Four Kale Recipes We Love

We really enjoy kale. Its earthy, slightly bitter flavor adds a lot to a dish and, despite being a leafy green, it comes in a variety of colors that can brighten up your plate. High in minerals, and with two grams of protein, this is a veggie to find a place for in your diet! We recently spoke about kale in a blog about antinutrients. A fan on Facebook requested kale recipes. We love it when people reach out and are always happy to answer requests if we can!

It goes without saying that we are fans of kale chips, but the recipe is so easy, we wanted to look further afield. One note of caution, an overabundance of kale may interact with under-active thyroids. You have to eat a lot of the vegetable for it to have an impact. But, if you have any concerns, please speak to a doctor. Our guidelines were simple for our recipes this week: under seven grams of carbs and less than 300 calories per serving!


Creamed Kale with Bacon and Walnuts

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We’re not fans of turning our ovens on in the summer, but we love this side dish and think it would be a hit at any gathering this summer! It’s tasty and hearty and includes nuts that increase the protein level. With 200 calories, six net grams of carbs and six grams of protein, this recipe is worth heating up the kitchen for! Get the recipe.

Chicken Kale Soup

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There are few things worse than a summer cold. Being sick in the summer is awful because warming your kitchen making soup doesn’t give you the pleasant, homey feeling it does in the winter. However, this soup cooked in a pressure cooker or hot pot helps you stay out of a warm kitchen and still delivers delicious, warm, comforting soup. A bowl has 261 calories, two grams of carbs and 14 grams of protein. Get the recipe.


Cheesy Kale Spread

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Sometimes, in the evening, when it’s still hot and we’re tired, the idea of just eating veggies and dip for dinner can be very alluring. However, the sugar in many commercial dips is just way too high in sugar. That’s where this fantastic recipe comes in. It can be a sandwich filler, eaten with crackers or enjoyed with vegetables. It has four ingredients and could not be easier to make — and requires no heat at all. A two-tablespoon serving has 76 calories, less than a gram of carbs and four grams of protein. Get the recipe.

Cauliflower Confetti Kale Pecan Salad

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It’s easy to use kale is a salad just by using it in the place of your usual greens. However, this salad pops off the plate for both taste and the beautiful array of colors. We like the simple dressing and mix of flavors. Although, we would suggest adding fruit to this salad for an extra punch. We prefer pomegranates or strawberries. The latter is in season! A serving has 112 calories and under eight grams of carbs as well as more than two grams of carbs. Get the recipe.

We hope you enjoy these great recipes as much as we do. If you ever have a request, please don’t hesitate to let us know! You can reach us at socialmedia@neulivenhealth.com.
July 09, 2019
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