• Alternative Mint Chip Ice Cream
    cocoa powdermaple syruphoneyvanillapeppermint extractsaltcoconut milkcashews
  • Asian Greens with Ginger Carrot Miso Dressing
    This salad is a great starter for a stir-fry dinner. It also works as an entree with the addition of teriyaki glazed tofu, grilled chicken or salmon. shiitake mushroomssesame oilsea saltsmoked paprikaginger rootgarliccarrotrice wine vinegarlimemiso pastehoneytoasted sesame oilsesame oilsea saltAsian mixed greensradishescarrots
  • Asparagus with Chana Dal
    I love asparagus, it cooks in just a few minutes and it’s the best source of Folate (one of the most important nutrients especially for women). I tried mixing it with some Chana Dal (my new favorite lentil) and I am addicted. Chana dal is simply a split chickpea without the skin and you can buy it at any Indian grocer. You only need to fry it for a short time and it becomes crunchy and edible. It’s now a staple in almost all my vegetable dishes. Don’t get hung up if you don’t have all the spices I’ve listed – add your own blend. coconut oilchana dalsplit urad dalmustard seedcumin seedasafetidaasparagussalt to taste
  • Banana Oatmeal Cookies - Low Iodine
    These cookies are a great thing to pre-make and eat for breakfast. If you are on a Low Iodine Diet for Thyroid Cancer, these cookies are life savers! bananapeanut butterhoneyvanillarolled oatsall-purpose flourcinnamonnon-iodized saltbaking sodaraisinsegg whites
  • BBQ Buckwheat & Chickpea Veggie Burger
    This veggie burger is so delicious and full of good-for-you ingredients. You'll want to set aside some time to enjoy preparations. It's not quick to put together, but they freeze well so you may even want to make a double batch for a quick meal later. After you try these you won't want to go back to the supermarket frozen variety. buckwheat groatsyellow onioncarrotred bell peppercelerygarlicsalt & pepperchili powdergarbanzo beansswiss chard leavessweet potatoBBQ saucechia “egg”