IIN Recipe Blog Roundup

December 22, 2018

The Institute for Integrative Nutrition recognizes that each person is unique and there is no one way of eating that works for everyone. This is something called bio-individuality, a core concept of the IIN Health Coach Training Program.

We’ve created the IIN Recipe Blog to show you the variety of diets that are out there— everything from veganism to the Paleo diet to the ketogenic diet. Experiment for yourself and see what works best for you with the help of our Health Coach Training Program Graduate’s recipes! Check out the latest recipes below and head over to the IIN Recipe Blog to see deliciousness!

Creamy Cashew Cheese
By Zina Turner, HCTP September 2014

This nut-based cheese is a wonderful alternative to dairy cheese. Organic raw cashews are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. These include essential micronutrients like vitamins E, K, and B6 along with minerals like copper, phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, iron, and selenium. Combining the power of cashews with superfoods like nutritional yeast, garlic, lemon, and sea salt makes this recipe a powerhouse of nutrition.

Protein French Toast
By Monica Baeza, HCTP January 2017

If you’ve got a big sweet tooth, this French toast recipe is one of the healthiest sweet breakfasts you can have! It’s filled with high-quality proteins, fiber, whole grain carbs, and lots of nutrients. It’s simply the best way to start your day energized and nourished with amazing flavors!

Healthy Quinoa Fried Rice
By Danielle Keith, HCTP July 2018

If you love Asian food but don’t want to eat unhealthy takeout filled with sodium, trans fat, and MSG, this recipe is perfect for you! It gives the satisfaction of fried rice without any of the guilt. It is gluten-free and plant-based and can be soy-free if you skip the edamame. This fried rice keeps really well in the fridge, so feel free to double the recipe during meal prep.

Gingerbread Pancakes
By Stefanie Kleinburd, HCTP 2013

These pancakes are just as much of a hit with kids as they are with adults. Not only are they delicious and nutritious – made with real ingredients – you can also make them ahead of time and simply reheat! That makes them perfect for a morning that’s better spent opening gifts than at the stove.

Are you an IIN grad with recipes worth sharing? Submit them to us here!

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