Whole30 Friendly Spaghetti Squash with Pesto and Charcutnuvo Chicken Sausage — INGREDIENTS
- 1 medium spaghetti squash
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 1 package of Charcutnuvo Spinach Chicken Sausage, cut into 1/4" thick half moons
- 1 cup chopped fresh baby spinach
- 1 cup yellow onion, diced
- 2 cloves of garlic, minced
- 1 1/2 cups dairy free pesto
- 1 tbsp nutritional yeast
- Salt and pepper to taste
- fresh basil and parsley for garnish
- Preheat your oven to 350F. Carefully slice the ends off of the spaghetti squash, then slice the spaghetti squash down the middle lengthwise.
- Scoop out the seeds in the middle of each spaghetti squash half, drizzle with a little olive oil, and season
This is your sign to spice up the most important meal of the day. Not to brag, but our Breakfast Sausage Bruschetta will tantalize your taste buds. Whether you're preparing the Avocado Toast Bruschetta or the French Toast Bruschetta, both pair deliciously well with our all natural, antibiotic and hormone free Organic Breakfast Links. So, if it hasn't been made clear, eating healthy doesn't have to be boring. Indulge honestly with this fun Breakfast Sausage Bruschetta recipe!
- 6-8 slices of toasted sourdough bread
- 1 package of Charcutnuvo Organic Breakfast Sausage Links
For The Avocado Toast Breakfast Sausage Bruschetta:Ingredients:
- 2 avocados
- 1 tsp lemon juice
- 1 tsp red pepper flakes
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Which means just one thing: Thanksgiving stuffing is soon to reach your plate. So, if you're the culinary master mind behind this year's feast, you're in the right place. With this Thanksgiving Stuffing with Andouille Sausage recipe on the menu, you can spice up this traditional dish in a delicious and guilt-free way. And while you might be thinking: Sausage? In stuffing? Really? Trust us now, thank us later. Adding this traditional French sausage into a brown and crispy stuffing will serve up an extra kick you didn't know you needed. Plus, the all natural ingredients will allow you to indulge honestly. Curious to see how it'll taste? You'll just have to try it out for yourself.
Oktoberfest is one of the world’s biggest public festivals, attracting nearly 6 million people a year. It runs from the second to last Sunday in September to the first Sunday in October. Nevertheless, Oktoberfest cuisine can be enjoyed year round. This is especially true for Fleischkaese -- a traditional baked loaf made from finely chopped beef, veal, and pork. It is also known as a Swiss Brand Loaf and Leberkaese. And while there are many ways you can prepare and serve this all natural delicacy, we recommend the cooking method below. One bite of this Fleischkaese recipe will transport you to Austria, Switzerland, or the South of Germany. Don't believe us? You'll just have to try it for yourself.
So you’ve probably heard of Oktoberfest, but haven’t had a chance to properly enjoy the festival. We get it. Traveling half-way across the world is not easy. And why bother when you can savor the flavors of Oktoberfest from your own home? But before you dive into the meat of this month-long celebration, take the time to understand the origins, traditions and culinary center pieces of Oktoberfest.
Oktoberfest OriginsOktoberfest is one of the world’s biggest public festivals, attracting nearly 6 million people a year. It runs from the second to last Sunday in September to the first Sunday in October. The first Oktoberfest dates all the way back to October 12th, 1810
Growing bodies are demanding. They require enough calories, protein and proper nutrients to fuel growth and development. This isn’t new news. In fact, if you are a parent of a quickly growing child, you are no stranger to these needs. So, what does it look like to provide your child with sufficient calories, protein and nutrients? All the while keeping the not so favorable fixings out of their diet? Well to start, you must know which ingredients have the greenlight for growth, and which ones are a no go. Parents, we are going to keep this simple and straight forward:
- Organic and all-natural is a bonus for the entire family.
- Protein is essential at every meal, but it must be
We are proud to be a provider to We Don’t Waste — an innovative provider of food for the hungry. We Don’t Waste collects unused food from venues, caterers, restaurants, and other food purveyors, and distributes the food to Denver’s underserved populations. Their efforts augment existing food and supplies needed by community-based non-profit agencies, with high quality protein, high quality produce along with wholesome, nutritional and varied “restaurant-grade” meals.