This Spicy Seafood Soup is always a hit in the dining room at the Pritikin Longevity Center. Cook up a big batch on the weekend and enjoy all week long. You can freeze this soup, too.
Thanksgiving is often about abundance, or shall we say, overabundance. This year, ditch the unhealthy, calorie-dense ingredients. And at the same time, add some new zip to your dinner table. Here’s a roasted turkey breast recipe that sings with brand new flavors! Fresh pineapple, fresh oranges, fresh rosemary, balsamic vinegar, molasses… oh my!
This Pineapple Hummus Dip is refreshing for not only your palate but your blood pressure. It has about 1/10 the sodium of many store-bought hummuses.
Our Cajun-Style Red Beans and Rice takes just a few minutes to assemble but delivers loads of hearty, snappy flavor.
Want the deep, slow-cooked flavors of rich, creamy beans and barley without spending a lot of time in the kitchen? Try our delicious crockpot Lentil and Barley Soup.
Ribollita is a great go-to meal for weeknights ahead because it tastes even better a day or two after it’s been made. Don’t let the long list of ingredients intimidate you. This is truly a chop-dump-stir recipe. If you can pick up a knife, you can do this!
Our Pritikin Chicken Veggie Burgers each has just a half-gram of saturated fat. That’s 1/14th the amount in typical fast food chicken sandwiches. And with our Pritikin patty plus a whole-wheat hamburger bun, your total calorie count is only about 330 calories. Most fast food chains’ chicken sandwiches have double the calories, and that’s not counting the side of fries.
If you want a snack or meal idea that’s both filling and slimming, you really can’t beat this Barley Vegetable Soup. Plus, research has found that barley helps lower cholesterol levels. And you’ll love barley’s slightly nutty, earthy flavor.