Crockpot Cabbage Roll Soup

In by Rachel Dreher

Make this soup entirely in your crockpot for a warming and nutritious supper. Cabbage (just one of the veggies in this soup) is a powerful immune boosting veggie that is low on calories but high in fiber to keep you full, combined with lean beef and you'll stay satisfied for hours.

One Pot Salmon & Veggies

In by Rachel Dreher

Try this recipe in your electric skillet or a skillet on the stove top and have a great meal put together in less than 30 minutes. This is a super nutritious dinner as well with healthy fats and protein from the salmon, fantastic fibers, antioxidants and polyphenols coming from the tomato and zucchini.

Crockpot or Instapot Hot Sauce Chicken

In by Rachel Dreher

Cook up this tasty chicken in 15 minutes in the instapot or 4 hours in the crockpot and pair with whatever you would like! Put into a wrap or lettuce wrap with shredded carrots, celery, and a creamy dressing.

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Garlicky Tofu & Shiitake Stir-fry

In by Rachel Dreher

This stir fry meal comes together in a couple of minutes! Did you know that cabbage contains polyphenols and fibers that are favorite foods of your good bacteria? Cabbage helps reduce inflammation, high blood pressure, and helps cholesterol levels to be balances. If you cannot find shiitake mushrooms use any kind available.

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Spinach & Cauliflower Rice Chicken Casserole

In by Rachel Dreher

This casserole has lean protein plus 4 different sources of fiber, including a heavy dose of the prebiotic fiber called inulin. Inulin comes from the garlic and artichokes and this inulin will help feed and increase the levels of good bacteria in your gut. Long-term, the good bacteria will improve your insulin sensitivity and calorie control!

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1 pot Italian chicken skillet

In by Rachel Dreher

You only need one pot for this meal! The zucchini is a great source of prebiotic fiber (the stuff that feeds your good bacteria) called polydextrol, while the onion and garlic contain prebiotic fiber called inulin. The plain yogurt in this recipe adds creaminess and beneficial bacteria called probiotics.

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Instapot lentil stew

In by Rachel Dreher

A quick meal to throw together and you only need a pressure cooker. Very filling and full of plant protein and fiber! Adapted from eating well.com

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Instapot shrimp Thai curry

In by Rachel Dreher

Tastes like its from a restaurant! Pick the curry paste according to your taste. Use whatever veggies you have on hand!

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Crockpot chicken green curry

In by Rachel Dreher

Minimal prep time required to make this creamy shrimp curry ready for your crockpot. Serve over rice or quinoa. Try with your choice of veggies such as broccoli, napa cabbage, bok choy, green beans, etc. Can also use yellow or red curry paste if you like those flavors more.