Recipes From My Kitchen

  • Berry Chocolate Chia Pudding


    Author:Dr. Michael Greger & Robin Robertson from The How Not to Die Cookbook

    Avocado and almond butter add richness to this chocolaty pudding

    Prep Time 10 mins

    Course: Dessert Cuisine: American Difficulty: Easy Makes: 4 1/4 cup servings
    Daily Dozen Food(s): Berries, Nuts and Seeds, Other Fruits Servings:

    4 servings Calories: 165kcal

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  • Instapot Kidney Bean Curry (Rajma)


    Dry kidney beans, soaked for 2-3 hours 2 cups
    Extra virgin olive oil3 tablespoons
    Onion, chopped

    ½ large (Quick tip: mini food processor works great to chop these quickly!)

    Pomi crushed tomatoes1 cup
    Ginger, minced2 inches (2 tablespoons)
    Garlic, minced2 cloves
    Bay leaf1
    Cumin seeds1 ½ tsp
    Turmeric1 ½ tsp
    Ground coriander powder2 tsp
    Salt3-4 tsp, depending on your taste

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  • Healthy Low Carb Noodles

    Finally found the most amazing low carb noodles made by a Japanese company @kibunfoods. Made with konjac yam fiber and soybean flour, they have only 1 g net carbs per serving and 4g of fiber!

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  • Easy Cauliflower Rice

    Riced cauliflower is a great alternative to regular rice and grains, especially if you are watching your waistline.  Here is a simple, quick recipe that you can have on the table in 10-15 minutes. Serve with a side of protein of your choice and a salad, and you have a well-rounded meal.

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  • Creamy (Dairy-free!) Black-eyed Peas Curry

    Creamy (Dairy-free!) Black-eyed Peas Curry

    With the cold weather coming up, this black-eyed pea curry can be enjoyed by itself or garnished with avocados, cheese, or yogurt.  It is rich in fiber, iron and anti-inflammatory turmeric & ginger.  The almond meal in this version gives it extra creaminess along with added fiber, heart-healthy monounsaturated fat and protein.

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  • Coconut Curry Cauliflower

    Coconut Curry Cauliflower

    Packed with anti-inflammatory turmeric and Vitamin C and a punch of potassium (helps lower blood pressure), this sweet and savory cauliflower is a great option for a side dish, appetizer or even as a filler for a wrap or for vegetarian Indian-inspired tacos!

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  • Low Carb Crepes

    Low Carb Crepes

    A great way to eat these crepes could be to use them as a wrap with scrambled eggs, sautéed veggies, or of course as a sweet treat- add Nutella. Add peanut or almond butter for a healthier twist!

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