Phase 1, Phase 3, D-Burn: Tia Mowry’s Ginger Acorn Squash Soup | from Alicia Silverstone's The Kind Life. Wonderful for Phase 1 (saute in broth instead of oil), Phase 3, and D-Burn.
Phase 3 Seasoned Jicama Fries -- crisp jicama brings an entirely new texture to fries. Adjust the seasonings to your liking.
Phase 3: Oatmeal Pumpkin Cookies from our newsletter -- homemade baked goodies to enjoy on Phase 3.
Phase 3 Coconut Lime Raspberry Chia Pudding -- enjoy this yummy pudding as your healthy fat and fruit at Phase 3 breakfast or lunch! Use full-fat coconut milk, unsweetened coconut, and 1 cup berries per serving.
Phase 3: Almond Flour Muffins with lots of variations -- try Blueberry, Cinnamon, or Lemon-Poppyseed. Sub 3 tablespoons xylitol for the Truvia (this recipe makes 4 muffins, but you can easily multiply it).
Phase 3: These cute little Valentine's Day treats are perfect for the FMD! Use raw coconut oil and Phase 3 berries. This recipe makes about 16 healthy-fat servings (there's just a tiny bit of fruit in each serving, so it doesn't count as a fruit).
Phase 3: These FMD-friendly pecan shortbread cookies look and taste just like classic sandies, except they’re healthier and contain no butter or sugar. One thing is for certain: they’re just as irresistible. Get the recipe from our blog.
Phase 1, Phase 3: Easy Ginger-Carrot Pumpkin Soup in a blender - fast, delicious, nutritious, and cozy. Try adding a little stevia for sweetness, instead of the optional maple syrup.
Phase 1, Phase 3, D-Burn, I-Burn: French Lentil Soup -- so simple, so few ingredients, and this soup gets rave reviews on Epicurious.com. Ideal for Phase 3, I-Burn, and D-Burn -- and make this without oil for Phase 1, too.
Phase 3: Easy, 6-ingredient Almond Flour Pancakes - instead of the pomegranate syrup, just top these with your favorite Phase 3 berries. Makes about 4 servings.