Chickpea Curry Wraps – Lunch On-The-Go!

These Chickpea Curry Wraps are sooooo good. They are perfect to make ahead, pack for lunch and have ready to go for busy days. The combination of flavors is so delicious – a little sweet, spicy and salty. I use 100% sprouted whole grain tortillas from Food for Life brand to wrap up this homemade salad mixture. These tortillas are 100% organic, non-GMO, a great source of complete protein and a favorite staple around here. I also show you how to make chickpeas from scratch (not from a can – although you can still use canned, as long as the can is BPA-free) in a video below.

And for those of you who don’t like curry, I’d challenge you to try this recipe and see what happens. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. 


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Creamy Kale and Artichoke Dip With Homemade Chips

This is one of my favorite appetizers to make for a get together, take to a party or just have while watching something really great on TV. This creamy kale and artichoke dip is full of flavor and vegetables! The nutmeg and cayenne pepper really take it up a notch. I have 2 options below for semi-homemade chips that will be WAY BETTER than anything you can find at the store because they will come out of the oven fresh, hot and crispy (something you can’t get out of a bag!) and won’t have inflammatory oils like corn, soy and canola. 


Kale and Artichoke Dip

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Turkey Meatballs With Spaghetti Squash

Making these turkey meatballs with spaghetti squash is so EASY. It’s one of my husband’s all time favorites too! This meal is hearty without being too indulgent, and is also super healthy when made with organic ingredients. The best part? It can be on your table in less than an hour. My favorite time-saving trick is to use a really good jar of tomato sauce like Yellow Barn. It’s organic, biodynamic and tastes so good you could eat right out of the jar by the spoon! (Video is below to see how I do it! – I had so much fun making this live on NBC’s Charlotte Today)


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