Lunch Recipes

plant-based protein bowl

Plant-Based Protein Bowl

Whether you participate in Meatless Monday, are watching your cholesterol, trying to eat a more plant-based diet, or just want to feel better…try this garden protein bowl! It’s full of nutrients, fiber, and nearly 60 grams of protein! This is great as a side for two people or the full meal for one!   Plant-Based […]


Fish n Chips Profile

Toaster Oven Fish ‘n’ Chips

St. Patrick’s Day isn’t the only thing putting is in the mood for recipes from the Emerald Isle this March. With sunshine starting to peak out from behind the clouds after the long winter we’re coming out of here in Chicago, people around the city are starting to gear up for more sunshine, warmth, and time […]


meet jaime parker

Jaime’s Kitchen: Superfood Garden Bowl

Earlier this week we introduced Jaime Parker, who we are sponsoring as she trains for the 2015 Boston Marathon. As part of her training, Dr. Jaime is making recipes each week, integrating Wholesome Goodness products into nutritious and delicious meals that fuel her preparations for the marathon. As a health and wellness coach, Jaime is always on […]


salmon rueben

Smoked Salmon Rueben Snackers

In the interest of giving equal time to both sides at your party, you’ll want to set out another snack-able sandwich for the Seattle fans in attendance to balance out the lobster rolls you no doubt made earlier. With that in mind, we’ve devised these delicious little open-faced takes on the more traditional rueben sandwich, […]


wholesome goodness corn chowder

Souper Bowl: Chowder Three Ways

Entertaining for any special event always presents its own special set of challenges. There are so many recipes to choose from and so many needs and requests from your guests to consider. Here at Wholesome Goodness, we like to try to take on a theme in our meals that narrows our thinking down to a manageable […]


endive salad

Salad Course: Endive and Apple Salad

Don’t be scared off by the ambiguously-pronounced name, Belgian Endives are a great bitter-leaf lettuce for making salads that merge savory and sweet. The small size of the lettuce heads also makes them fairly easy to handle relative to the size of larger-leafed type of lettuce and the bitterness of the leafs contrasts nicely with both […]


fall pear salad

Salad Course: Fall Pear Salad

The traditional “Waldorf Salad” was originally a combination of apples, celery, and walnuts on a bed of greens and dressed in mayonnaise. Over the years, though, people have modified and played with the traditional recipe to play up certain flavors or make the salad healthier. For our pear salad version, we subbed pear for apple […]


veggie tian stack

First Course: Veggie Tian Stacks

It’s still pretty hard to imagine a Thanksgiving dinner without a turkey for most people when they conjure up their image of the traditional meal. Heck, “Turkey Day” is a pretty common euphemism for the holiday. But with more and more people adhering to vegetarian or vegan diets, it’s important to have some heartier vegetarian […]



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