A healthy and delicious take on a perennial favorite. This is favorite for kids. Don’t forget to separate the egg whites – makes for fluffier waffles.
It seems like everyone loves egg salad. Eggs are one of the best and most nutritious foods you can eat. This recipe is a great twist on an old stand-by.
A great way to enjoy an old stand-by. The combination of olive oil and seasoning makes this absolutely delicious.
Knowing how to quickly put together a vinaigrette dressing is good to know – and delicious.
Every time this soup gets served, people are demanding the recipe – it’s fantastically delicious and easy to make, once you have all the ingredients. What makes this soup taste so delicious is the lime, cilantro, and avocado.
Who doesn’t love chicken soup? Such a great comfort food, as well as health-promoting (also known as ‘Jewish penicillin’).
Everyone loves good chili. Be creative with this recipe – it’s hard to mess this up. Add lots of vegetables. Add olives, raw cheddar cheese.
The Bonfire diet style is “plant-driven” (no, that doesn’t mean vegetarian – it means plant centric). This means regularly eating large vegetable salads – they are essential to eating and being healthy. They should be eaten with lunch AND dinner.
After moving to New England, I noticed that many Haddock recipes were made with bread crumbs, so we came up with a healthy alternative. Even kids love this fish dinner! Buy and make extra for lunch (just be careful at work – having fish at work will not make friends).
This is such a delicious nutritious snack. It can be served warm (really good fresh out of the oven), topped with almond milk, fresh peaches, strawberries, blueberries – use your imagination!