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Eat Like Margie

Margie Abrams’s dynamic personality is exhibited in her fun, allergy-friendly recipes. Her love for food that is both healthy and heavenly makes her the perfect kitchen companion!

Eat Like Margie

Garlic Miso Soup: The Cold Medicine You’ll Crave

Garlic is nature’s cold medicine. This recipe delivers garlic in a very tasty way—along with immune-boosting ginger, mushrooms and more. Mmmmmm…

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My New Favorites: Breakfast Quinoa & Maple-Mexican Hot Chocolate

The perfect way to start your day. Delicious, satisfying, healthy…and no gluten, dairy or cane sugar.

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Baked Blueberry Pancake: Tasty Time-Saver

Love pancakes but not the time it takes to make them? This baked blueberry pancake is free from gluten, dairy, eggs, cane sugar and 100% delicious.

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Pan-Cooked Herbed Chicken with Carrots and Mushrooms

A combination of fresh herbs and lemon give this easy chicken dish a plate-licking gravy. Enjoy!

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Peanut Butter Dipped Strawberries & Bananas

A fresh twist for all you peanut butter & jelly fans! This low-guilt indulgence takes only about 10 minutes to prepare.

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Grilled Vegetables Galore!

Rather than roast vegetables in the oven or sauté at the stove, it’s easier to grill. Then use the excess to create all kinds of meals afterwards.

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Pan-Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Tomatoes

The juiciness of the tomatoes is a playful contrast to the crunchiness of the sprouts. This tasty side dish will add such vibrant color to any meal.

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Vegetarian Poke Bowl

Sautéed dishes of kale, mushrooms and cabbage plus carrot salad, mango and spiced tofu combine deliciously over brown rice or other whole grain.

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Try Jackfruit: The New Meat Substitute

Go beyond boring beans or tofu. These veggie-and-jackfruit combinations include a curry, a chili and a farro bowl seasoned with “nooch.”

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Five Spice Baked Tofu

Even tofu haters will love this dish. The key ingredient—Chinese five spice powder—is simply magical.

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What to Do with Cabbage? Three Recipes You’ll Love

Don’t be afraid of cabbage! Here are three mouthwatering variations on this superfood featuring curry, tarragon and zaatar.

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Smoked Salmon & Vegetables with Lemon, Caper and Wine Sauce

The smoked salmon and capers really rule the day here, but get creative with your vegetables. Gluten free, dairy free, tasty and fast.

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Green Gobblin’ Salad: Fennel, Apple, Broccoli & Avocado

Love broccoli florets but toss the stems? With this flavorful salad, you’ll benefit from all of its nutrients without it tasting like, well, broccoli.

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Apple-Carrot Muffins for a Grab & Go Breakfast

This mouthwatering muffin is packed with nutrition for an all-in-one breakfast you can eat on the go. Gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free!

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Savory Beef Stew—Just 4 Ingredients!

Simple ingredients, but the flavor from the mushrooms and wine is so rich and savory. Plan ahead to make ahead—stew is always better the second day!

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Caraway Chicken Salad

A perfect lunch—works raw or cooked. Or leave out the chicken for a tantalizing salad from the rich flavor of caraway.

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Tri-Color Carrot Salad with Currants

The tri-color carrots and some creative prep make will wow your guests with this deliciously simple “confetti” salad. Make extra!

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Apricot Chicken Stir Fry

A beautiful meal that is quick to prep and cook on a busy night, with bok choy, peppers, onions and a tangy sauce that will make your mouth water.

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Grow Your Own Broccoli Sprouts…and Add Them to Everything!

Fresh sprouts will be ready to eat in five days. Delicious in salads (try Tuna Slaw with Dried Currants and Fennel), soups and more.

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Grilled Fruit Kebabs—Just Heavenly, and No Sugar Added!

Most grilled fruit recipes use sugar, but you don’t need it. The grilling process brings out a creamy lushness that is thrilling to the palette.