Paleo

emily's fresh kitchen, smoothie recipe, macaroni smoothie, hormone smoothie

Strawberry Maca Cacao Smoothie

Maca root powder is a supplement with many health benefits. It helps balance hormones, improve libido, increase energy, and boost the immune system.

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Prosciutto Wrapped Broccolini

Broccolini is similar to broccoli, but with smaller florets and longer, thin stalks. It is milder and more tender than regular broccoli. I like to roast it bundled and wrapped in prosciutto with garlic and lemon. It is so simple and makes a tasty side dish.

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Macadamia Nut Crusted Walleye

Walleye is a popular fish in the Great Lakes Region of North America. So much so that Minnesota designated walleye as the official state fish. Not only is it a fun fish to catch, it is delicious to eat. We are fortunate to have some good friends who are avid fishermen so we have been treated to walleye fresh from the lake.

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Tartar Sauce

Homemade tartar sauce is easy to make and tastes much better than the store bought versions. The dill and lemon juice make it fresh and bright. It is the perfect accompaniment for fish and seafood dishes.

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Kiwi Green Smoothie

This Kiwi Green Smoothie is clean and refreshing with a sweet and tart flavor. The kiwis are high in fiber and have a large dose of vitamin C as well as other immune-boosting nutrients. Kiwis are also known to aid in digestion.

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Lemon Garlic Tahini Sauce

Tahini is a traditional Middle Eastern sauce made from ground toasted sesame seeds. Adding a few flavorful ingredients to it creates a delicious and versatile condiment. This Lemon Garlic Tahini Sauce is tasty as a salad dressing or dip. It is also lovely drizzled over grilled meats, roasted vegetables, and grain bowls.

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Spicy Baked Yucatán Shrimp

When I was growing up, my family took a few vacations to the Gulf Coast of Florida. At restaurants there, we often ordered shrimp because it was so fresh. One of our favorite shrimp dishes was a spicy Yucatán peel-and-eat version.

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Green Chili and Sausage Egg Cups

These Green Chili and Sausage Egg Cups are the perfect thing to have on hand for a quick breakfast or snack. They can be eaten warmed up or cold. You would never know they are dairy free because the coconut milk gives them a creamy consistency.

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Emily's Fresh Kitchen, eat heal thrive, beef tenderloin recipe

Make Ahead Beef Tenderloin

Roast beef tenderloin is a special occasion dish that’s perfect to serve during the holidays. It is the most tender cut of beef and always a crowd pleaser. With this recipe you can roast the meat a few hours ahead of time and store it in a cooler until you are ready to serve it.

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Honey Almond Brittle

Growing up, peanut brittle was a treat we had during Christmastime. When I first learned to make it, I was amazed by how the addition of baking soda made the hot liquid sugar mixture puff up, causing the candy to be light and airy once it cooled.

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