Premium Recipes

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.

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.
Nut And Seed Cinnamon GranolaA fiber-rich granola of nuts, seeds and cinnamon, toasted with coconut oil. Granola can be served over coconut yogurt or berries, with a little almond or hemp milk.
Orange And Chia Seed Pancake Dry MixDry pancake mixes are very handy to have in the pantry. All you need is to mix the dry ingredients with water or nut milk, cook and eat. This recipe features chia seeds and orange zest.
Peanut Butter Low-Carb OatmealAn energy-dense oatmeal made from oats, chia seeds, hemp seeds and flaxseed. We add a dollop of natural peanut butter for flavor, fat and energy. Note: you can make this into a dry mix and store in a jar. Multiply the dry ingredients by 5 to create a dry mix containing 5 servings. Just add ¾ cup of nut milk and 2 tsp peanut butter and simmer in a saucepan until thick.
Pesto SoupA tasty, green soup of pesto, zucchini, cannellini beans and homemade stock
Pumpkin Spice MuffinsA Winter-themed muffin featuring pumpkin, spices and almonds. A great way to incorporate a little festivity into your morning without veering away from your vegan low-carb plan. A grab-and-go breakfast snack. Ideal for freezing. Note: next time you are incorporating roasted or steamed pumpkin into your dinner meal, leave a cup of it aside to make these muffis.
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.
Raspberry, Chia And Almond LoafA sweet loaf which can be eaten warm, with coconut yogurt, or simply cold, on the go or at your desk. This loaf freezes really well.
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.
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