IIN Recipe Blog Roundup

November 24, 2018

Beauty-Boosting Avocado Brownies
Featured on Clean Plates, founded by Jared Koch, HCTP 2004
Recipe developed by Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Clean Plates editor Beth Lipton.

These beauty-boosting brownies aren’t your average brownie. They skip gluten and refined sugar and are packed instead with healthy fats from avocado and eggs. The inclusion of collagen powder will have your skin glowing, your nails growing, and your hair shining. These chocolaty treats are a perfect way to start or end your day, leaving your sweet tooth satisfied and your stomach happy!

Homemade Cranberry Sauce
By Kim Nelson, HCTP September 2013

Looking to skip all the questionable canned stuff this year? This homemade cranberry sauce is made with real cranberries and just a few simple ingredients to make it sweet. It complements a variety of dishes and makes enough to enjoy even after your holiday dinner. This sauce is sure to become a holiday essential in your house!

Lentil and Mushroom Shepherd’s Pie
By Marla Hertzman, HCTP May 2017

This is the perfect re-creation of a classic dish with a healthy twist! Shepherd’s pie is typically made with rich decadent ingredients, like potatoes, butter, and meat, that can leave you feeling inflamed and overstuffed. Instead of anticipating the dreaded feelings that follow the feast, this lightened-up version uses lighter ingredients, like cauliflower, lentils, and greens, that will leave you with room for dessert!

Sweet Maple Pumpkin Pie Filling
By Denise Bullen, HCTP July 2017

This delicious pumpkin pie recipe has all the flavor and none of the guilt. Enjoy this dairy- and refined sugar–free dessert this season. From the beautiful aromas in the oven to a slice with your favorite hot drink, it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser! It can be served hot or cold and freezes well.

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