Kids love chicken nuggets and chicken tenders, but store-bought or restaurant chicken nuggets aren’t usually a healthy option. Some brands may be made with organic chicken, but are typically breaded with wheat breadcrumbs.
Diets that include whole foods will help you thrive — mentally and physically. That’s why we’ve put together recipes to help you stay on track with your health and enjoy your food at the same time.
This Caribbean-style chicken has a spicy kick to it, and is sure to impress your family and dinner guests alike. Because it’s made with common ingredients, this Caribbean chicken recipe is easy to make often. It’s hard to believe something so good is so easy!
You only need a few ingredients to make these simple — and delicious — gluten-free chocolate chip cookies! Instead of butter and flour, we use almond butter in this chocolate chip cookie recipe, making them an ideal choice for those with gluten sensitivities.
This is better than restaurant Thai food, because not only do YOU control the ingredients, but it takes about 30 minutes from start to finish to prepare. With this delicious red chicken curry, there’s no excuses that you cannot prepare a delicious healthy meal in a hurry.
These delicious Mexican-style beef enchiladas are both delicious and nutritious. Most enchilada sauces contain sugar, damaged fats, or additives. Satisfying and a little spicy, these MaxLiving approved enchiladas are sure to be a family hit!
This delicious, healthy smoothie is filled with all of your favorite berries. With the addition of protein powder, this berry smoothie is a great option to start your day, drink after a workout, or when you’re craving something sweet!
Chicken salad is a popular lunch option, but standard recipes usually aren’t very healthy. Try out our healthy spin on this hearty favorite — with only a few ingredients, it’s packed with flavor. Top chicken salad on a sandwich, or enjoy it on its own.