No cook meals

All recipes are high-fat, adequate protein, designed to minimize carbs to roughly 40% of overall calories in order to lower overall inflammation and prevent disease; with almost nothing processed, and no soy or gluten, and a dramatic reduction of sugar.  We recommend making the meals with organic ingredients whenever possible.  The recipes are designed to create an overall daily diet of 40% carbs, 30% fat, 30% protein with the precise ratio varied each meal.

Black Bean Bunless BurgersBlack bean patties, stacked with avocado, cucumber, tomato and drizzled with oil. One bowl and one tray required.
Cauliflower Rice With Peas, Carrots And Coconut AminosA vegan, low carb take on the classic Asian dish, fried rice. Coconut aminos are a near substitute for soy sauce, and can be found in most good supermarkets or health food stores. One frying pan or saute pan required.
Curried Kale And Apricot SlawA mixture of sweet and spicy, with a crunchy texture and an aromatic dressing. One small pan and one bowl required. No cooking required, except the toasting of spices.
Easy Parsnip SoupA simple soup of parsnips, garlic, onion and cauliflower. One pot required.
Fig, And Zucchini Tray BakeFresh figs, soft-roasted zucchinis and walnuts mingle to create a unique tray bake. Tossed with fresh leafy greens at the end, to create a warm salad. One tray required.
Fresh Orange And Greens SaladA zesty salad of fresh oranges, greens, seeds and a light dressing. Ideal for a fast, fresh Summer lunch or light dinner. No cooking required. One bowl required.
Low-Carb Nacho BowlsA mixture of beans, tomato, fresh veggies, avocado, cilantro and coconut yogurt. Nachos without the meat or chips. One pan needed.
Mushroom StewA Rich Stew Of Mushrooms, Sweet Potato, Garlic And Onions. A Vegan, Low-Carb Version Of A Traditional Beef Stew. One Pot Required.
Mushroom-Stuffed Bell PeppersStuffed red bell peppers with mushrooms, garlic and herbs. A simple, light dinner which can be served alone or with a side salad to increase the calories. Or, you could serve it with another recipe from this collection! One tray required.
Quinoa And Sunflower Seed Stuffed AvocadosA dish which looks classy but is actually super simple to make. All you need is one pot to cook the quinoa. The avocado skins are used as bowls. While quinoa is a high-carb food, it also contains lots of fiber, and we only use a small portion per serving to keep the net carbs down.
Roasted Broccoli, Almonds And Sweet Potato Tray Bake SaladA roasted salad of broccoli, sweet potato and almonds, with a coconut yogurt dressing. While sweet potatoes are not a conventionally low carb food, the serving size is only ¼ of a cup, which means the net carb count stays reasonably low, while still reaping the benefits of sweet potato. If the carb count is too high for you, you could remove the sweet potato and simply add more broccoli. One tray required.
Roasted Cauliflower SteaksSteaks of cauliflower, roasted with oils and spices, with kale and leek on the side. One tray required.
Simple Tomato And Zucchini SoupA light, flavorful and easy Summer soup of tomatoes and zucchini. Perfect for people who have veggie gardens and need a way to use up all of those ripe squash and tomatoes. One pot required.
Simple Veggie LaksaA simple, spicy, creamy laksa with shirataki noodles and veggies. One pot required.
Stuffed ZucchinisA one-pan, one chopping board dish which celebrates the versatility and low-carb nutrition of zucchini.
Vegan Lower-Carb TabboulehA vegan, lower carb tabbouleh made with amaranth (gluten free), fresh tomatoes, cucumber, scallions/green onion, lemon and herbs. One saucepan required.
Vegan, Low Carb Lasagna BakeA low-carb, vegan take on lasagna, packed with vegetables and tomatoes. A cheat’s version with no need to make sauces. One dish required.
Vegan, Low-Carb Sushi RollsEasy sushi rolls filled with avocado, sprouts, bell pepper, carrot and cucumber, no cooking required. A chopping board required.

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