This is my all-time favorite chicken salad. There are SO many variations of chicken salad and many of them are very good. I’ve tried all different kinds of nuts- pecans, walnuts, slivered almonds- included fruit, both fresh and dried- apples, pears, peaches, cranberries, cherries, orange, mandarin, grapes- and tried a variety of herbs and dressing
Just like American chicken soup, Caldo de Pollo is a traditional family recipe (and thus has many variations), is a treasured comfort food and is definitely a nutrient-dense meal with healing properties. Unlike American chicken soup, however, this soup is a little spicy and packed with delicious vegetables. This is not tortilla soup, but a true chicken
This soup is a delicious and very nutrient-dense food. Healthy, savory homemade chicken stock is brightened with fresh lemon zest and juice, made silky smooth by the addition of pastured eggs and enriched with fragrant basmati rice and roasted chicken. Perfect for any day and very nourishing and uplifting when you are under the weather. Greek Chicken, Lemon
Perfect for cold nights (and days!), beef bourguignon (or French beef stew) is an incredibly savory way to warm you up! This version is gluten-free and is full of nourishing foods. Gluten-Free Beef Bourguignon by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health Ingredients: 1/2 lb uncured (nitrate-free) bacon Coconut oil or high-quality lard (non hydrogenated from pastured
These cookies are gluten free, grain free and contain only real food ingredients…and they ROCK! Grain Free, Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health 1 c organic butter (from grassfed cows preferred), softened 1/2 cup organic sucanat (or other natural sugar) 2 pasture-raised eggs, beaten 1 TBL organic high-quality vanilla
Eggnog is a nutrient-dense superfood that need not be relegated to holiday times only. It’s an ideal breakfast, snack or even a little sweet treat that’s not too sweet. Typically, I make mine with raw milk and cream, but this coconut milk version offers amazing taste and nutrition and it’s a dairy free option too!
This dish is a favorite at our house! It utilizes pastured chicken thighs, which are an economical choice for dinner and the dark meat is a fantastic nutrient-dense food. You can use breasts or other poultry as well- duck would be fantastic! Balsamic Orange Chicken with Rosemary by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health Ingredients: