Rainbow Vegetable Slaw

This Rainbow Vegetable Slaw is sure to not disappoint all my veggie and salad lovers out there, it’s loaded with raw crunchy veggies and topped with a creamy sauce made from all whole food ingredients (vegan friendly). I’ve always had a thing for salads, seriously, ever since I was a little girl I’ve loved fresh big bowls of salads. Anything where I can mix several flavors and textures from vegetables is always a win in my book. I especially love slaws nowadays and in the spring and summer months for a quick side dish or meal. Rainbow Vegetable Slaw is also perfect to bring with you to work, school, picnics or parties to serve all your lovely friends and family.

Rainbow Vegetable Slaw // nutritionstripped.com

I have fantastic memories of my mother cutting up fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, and squashes from our little garden and putting them into salads, it was always a rainbow of beautiful vegetables. One of those vegetables being red cabbage, which I particularly didn’t like growing up, but nowadays I can’t picture a salad bowl (especially slaw) without it! Slaws inheriting are a fantastic concept for a salad, crunchy julienned vegetables, mostly cabbage with a sauce combining it all together for a delicious crunchy salad.

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One Bowl Skillet Meal

I’m sure you all know this by now, especially following me on Instagram and Facebook, but I’ve just recently moved into a new home and have been incredibly busy juggling all my work + trying to decorate + spending hours pinning home decor inspirations + online shopping (which I ADORE doing… who else?). Although this is an amazing time in my life full of excitement, happiness, and pure joy, it’s also leaving me a bit low on time especially around dinner! Enter in, my go-to meal I routinely have when I’m feeling a little tight with my schedule… the One Bowl Skillet Meal.

One Bowl Skillet Meal // nutritionstripped.com

What is the One Bowl Skillet Meal? Similar to my popular recipe the Nourish Bowl, the idea behind the One Bowl Skillet Meal is to include all balanced meal components in one single bowl meal- no mess, no fuss, just deliciously simple healthy eating! I typically will take items/meal components from my Batch Cooking day such as quinoa, roasted veggies, baked sweet potatoes, lentils, tempeh, beans, eggs, etc. and pop them in a skillet for a quick heat through. I add fresh herbs, spices, any other dressings or condiments I may have on hand or finish with a drizzle of olive oil, sprinkle with nuts/seeds, or sliced avocado. Towards the end of the week my fridge runs a little light on veggies, so I always have a backup of frozen organic bell peppers, carrots, spinach, mixed veggies, etc. to pop in the skillet while reheating as well (you can never have too many veggies right? right!). 

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Carrot Orange & Ginger Soup

Carrot Orange & Ginger Soup is a delicious spring style soup for the warmer seasons approaching us. It’s incredibly light and refreshing with sweet carrots and hints of citrus and warming ginger. The official first day of spring is just around the corner and I’ve been in the mood for celebrating spring produce in any way I can with recipes- including springtime soups!

Carrot Orange & Ginger Soup  // nutritionstripped.com

Carrot Orange & Ginger Soup is loaded with heaps of vitamin A especially from the carrots, vitamin C from the oranges, and warming ginger which provides digestive aid amongst other health benefits. Not only is this soup nutrient dense, but it’s also low in calories, which may come at a perfect time for most who are trying to “slim” for spring and summer. Most of us don’t associate soup recipes for the spring and summer months of the year, I hope that with this recipe is can be a new favorite to enjoy!

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Tropical Superfood Smoothie Bowl

Let’s just take a moment away from reality and dream of white sand beaches, warm breezes, and cool ocean water, all while enjoying this Tropical Superfood Smoothie Bowl. Today I’m sharing with you all a variation of my Stripped Green Smoothie Bowl using delicious tropical sweet fruits with some of my favorite superfoods on top.

Tropical Superfood Smoothie Bowl // nutritionstripped.com

I don’t know about you and where you’re located, but here in Nashville it’s been cold, rainy, and a bit gloomy. Couple that with my admiration of spring and summer (what can I say, I’m a Cancer girl), this smoothie was the perfect way to bring me into a summer moment. As we’ve talked about before, smoothie bowls have been my favorite thing besides just drinking my smoothies. They’re super thick and creamy, filled with raw fruits and veggies, superfoods, healthy fats, and plant-protein. It’s designed to be a meal in a bowl- and a delicious one at that.

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Peanut Tempeh Stir-Fry with Soba Noodles

There’s a local thai restaurant here in Nashville that serves pad thai dish that I love; I was inspired by that delicious dish to recreate my own vegetarian and gluten free friendly version. Peanut Tempeh Stir-Fry with Soba Noodles is filled with sweet, spicy, and salty flavors with chewy and crunchy bits. It’s great to make ahead of time in large batches for leftovers but also quick enough to make for dinner- it’s deliciously simple. 

Peanut Tempeh Stir-Fry with Soba Noodles // nutritionstripped.com

This dish contains heaps of fibrous veggies, protein rich tempeh, healthy fats, and manganese rich soba noodles. Stir-frys are another one of my go-to dinners especially towards the end of the week when usually I’m running low on produce and groceries. I’ll simply use frozen veggies I have on hand like carrots, peas, red bell peppers, corn and broccoli, heat up the skillet with sesame oil, garlic and onions, and whip up a stir-fry on the fly (ha).

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