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Sautéed Garlic Kale

Kale is probably one of the top single most healthful foods on earth, maybe in the universe. That’s how healthy it is. And right now, it’s more hip than a hipster on a fixie. But just because it is super popular right now doesn’t mean you shouldn’t jump on that bandwagon. And this recipe, Sautéed…

38 Paleo Kale Recipes

Kale has been getting a lot of attention lately. And for good reasons! It’s a powerhouse of vitamins and nutrients, and a highly versatile ingredient. See for yourself—it’s kale all the time, baby.

Kale Caesar Salad with Almond-Crusted Chicken

There are three parts to preparing this salad. The first is to make the delicious almond-crusted chicken (if you prefer a vegetarian salad, skip down to step two). I decided to crust the chicken since there are no croutons in this salad, as would be present in a classic Caesar salad. Since I thought some…

Kale and Kiwi Superpowered Green Smoothie

Kale is definitely experiencing the spotlight right now, and has earned its superfood reputation. The more I researched its abundance of health benefits, the more impressed I became. There is a huge serving of kale in this smoothie, but it does not affect the taste. Kiwi, although often overlooked, adds a lot to the smoothie…

Stovetop Sweet Potato, Kale and Turkey Chili

Turkey adds protein to the dish, but it is not the main ingredient as with traditional chili. Instead, sweet potatoes make up the bulk of the soup, and kale is added at the end for added nutritional value. I have also been toying with the idea of adding chopped Portobello mushrooms as a hearty meat…

Sausage, Kale, and Spaghetti Squash Boats

Kale adds a nutritious boost to the otherwise hearty dish. As the squash is baking, prep the kale by cutting the leaves off the stem and either shredding or chopping them into smaller pieces. After the squash has been baking for about half an hour, I usually start preparing the onion and sausage. Then everything…

Sausage and Kale “Pasta” Casserole

The coconut milk lends a silky texture to the spaghetti squash casserole. There are other casserole recipes that turn out creamier, but this version is more similar to a pasta bake. I have previously provided a step-by-step photo tutorial on preparing spaghetti squash in another post, so feel free to refer to that for detailed…

Kale and Red Pepper Frittata

When I have a busy week coming up, I like to make a large batch of food at the beginning of the week so that I don’t have to worry about cooking when things get hectic later. For a meal on the go, especially a quick breakfast, frittatas are a great and healthy solution. Protein…

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