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Recipe Roundup

September 1, 2018

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Check out these delicious and healthy recipes from our incredible IIN graduates! If you're hungry for more head over to our IIN Recipe Blog showcasing a variety of recipes that cater to diets of all types, from vegan to paleo to pescatarian and beyond!

Mashed Cauliflower
By Emily Nachazel, HCTP March 2014

Cauliflower is a versatile veggie that can be made to resemble many of our favorite table staples. From pizza to rice to mashed potatoes, this low-calorie food is a great option for upping the nutrients on your dish without taking in the typical, heavy carb load.

Blueberry Banana Cashew Baked Oatmeal
By Meredith Wadsworth, HCTP July 2017

Having baked oatmeal after years of only ever eating microwaved oatmeal is like having fine French cuisine after years of frozen dinners! Try it once; you’ll never want to go back.

Loaded Sweet Potato Nachos
By Shannon Craig and Elizabeth Finch of The Southern Well Being

Check out these classic loaded nachos turned healthy! You won’t be missing any of the delicious flavors you expect from this fan favorite – and you’ll even pack in some extra nutrients from the sweet potatoes. The nachos are completely vegan and can be personalized with your favorite toppings!

Waffle Ice-Cream Sandwich
By Elizabeth Stein, HCTP 2007, of Purely Elizabeth

These gluten-free and grain-free waffle ice-cream sandwiches are the perfect healthy spin on a childhood favorite. They’re low in sugar and simple to make, using just a few ingredients. Make a batch and keep them in the freezer for you and your kids to enjoy at any time!

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