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Bacon Zucchini Quiche

Chef Randee made these as single serving mini quiches for the class and they were fantastic! This recipe is for making the quiches in a traditional pie...

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Kimchi

Chef Randee’s recipe for home made kimchi. So much better than anything at the store! Fermented foods are full of healthy probiotics and great for digestive health. The amount of spice and adding seafood flavor are optional, so you can customize this recipe to your...

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Sauerkraut

Chef Randee’s recipe for a basic home made sauerkraut is super easy to make. I like to add a tablespoon of miso paste or two, to create an asian style fermented cabbage. You can also throw a few jalapenos in there if you want some spicy...

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Homemade Mayo

Chef Randee’s recipe for homemade mayo. This is so much tastier than store bought and no weird ingredients. Once you try making your own you will never want the stuff at the store again. Check out Randee’s recipe for chicken Waldorf salad using this...

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Breakfast Hash courtesy Randee Goodwin

This may have been my favorite recipe from Chef Randee’s Healthy Eating 102 class! It had never occurred to me that broccoli, Brussels sprouts, & sweet potato would be so good in a breakfast hash. What a way to start your day! The hash can be made ahead of time for the week and just throw an egg on top each...

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Breakfast Burritos

This is another make ahead recipe from Chef Randee’s healthy family meal prep class. These can be made ahead of time and wrapped in parchment paper and foil to be heated up on the go during the week. Serve them with salsa for added...

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Turkey Chili

This was the favorite of many at Chef Randee’s healthy family meal prep class. This chili had so much flavor and can be made in large batches for meals throughout the week or frozen for future...

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Shredded Chicken Stuffed Bell Peppers

This recipe is from Chef Randee Goodwin’s healthy family meal prep class. This is a recipe that can be made ahead of time and heated up in a flash. You can boil and shred larger amounts of chicken to use in recipes throughout the week and many items can be substituted in and out depending on what is on hand or dietary...

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