I am obsessed with this soup. Seriously. Not only is it dairy free, but it is oh-so-comforting. Even better, you can use this coconut curry broth as a base for what ever else you would like to add to it—noodles, shrimp, chicken, more veggies. It really does not matter what veggies or protein you add in!
I’ve made this with the bare minimum as listed below, and I have also added tons of stuff as pictured above. Use what you want and leave out what you don’t want! The real star of the show is the broth so do not skip on any of the base ingredients!
I made this soup wanting something hearty, but dairy-free, and mexican flavors are one of my favorite kind of meals! This is a new family favorite! And of course super easy. I would even think this would work fine in the Instapot to cook the meat and soup ingredients all at the same time.
Looking through these pictures you may be thinking, “I need to get on that plan” or “I need what they are taking.”
“That plan” is not something we give you. We actually help you build it for yourself. Ever heard the saying, “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime?” Well, that’s the concept here. We actually care that you learn these skills because it will serve you for a lifetime.
And what “they are taking” is nothing but good food and some good sleep habits. We do not want our clients to rely on supplements or gimmick plans. That is not what was intended for your body and health. The sooner you accept that the sooner you can really start to change for good.
What you see here are the results of a little more awareness of what is really going on, a little more effort in changing some lifestyle habits, and getting in an autopilot-groove of the habits. The action steps we coach are the foundation to what your health could become.
Lemon Chicken Soup is a subtle twist on just regular ole chicken noodle soup. It’s bright flavor is light, but comforting when you want to be warm and cozy! We use cauliflower rice to bulk it up, but if you prefer you could also substitute it out for rice. Enjoy!
I looooove sushi. But I would never go through the hassle of making my own, and let’s be honest, it can be expensive. That’s why I am obsessed with making this super simple, quick dish. It gives me the flavors I crave, but I don’t need to buy sushi grade fish to have it! Shrimp will do!
I definitely surprised myself with this one! I am not really sure what to call it because it’s a little “pad thai,” and a little peanut sauce-ish, and just basically a good Asian-Flavored dish if you are in the mood for “take out!” You could even do this with just veggies for a yummy side dish!
Instead of flour noodles, I subbed mine out for spaghetti squash, and in my opinion tasted even better than the regular noodles I used for my husband and son’s batch!
Inches, pounds, pants sizes— they all go down. But what builds up is even more important…confidence, self-esteem, knowledge, action, happiness, excitement, understanding, forgiveness… the list can go on.
Do you know what really happens in the Clean Kitchen 12 Week Challenge? It’s not a weight loss program. It’s a complete re-train of what you think you know, what you think you have to do, what you think you like, and what you think you want.
We do not tell you what to do—we show you what healthy habits are, what consistency really looks like on a day-to-day basis, coach you how to get there and stay consistent. You have a full 12 weeks of practice to get really good at these habits, and as a result, your body composition changes.
These habits are not just for people who want to “lose weight.” These are the habits our coaches use and people living a healthy life, free of yo-yo dieting, crash diets, counting or gimmicks.
Because these habits are not a gimmick. These habits are what healthy individuals do as their “normal.” Do you get that?
We are people who:
eat majorly whole foods;
drink water as our beverage of choice;
we are never on a “diet;”
we love eating lots of food;
we see food for what it can do for us, rather than the enemy.
CK is not a magical meal plan, or precise macro-calorie-counting, or special systematic timing of meals. CK is real life application. We don’t go around weighing every once of food or telling ourselves we “can’t eat because it’s not time.” No, we learned to eat they way our bodies were intended to be nourished so there is no need for that.
The CK Challenge is about becoming a “different” person than you are now in every way. Not just physically as you see in these photos below, but in the way you think about food, how you plan, how you measure progress, how you talk to yourself and forgive yourself. More importantly, how you learn to love a process that is foreign to some of you now. By the end of week 12 you will get it, it’s automatic…it’s a habit 😉
There is always someone out there who knows more than you. I could never learn everything I needed to know about nutrition or fitness even if it was my job…oh wait, it is….good thing there are smarter people out there than me!
The sooner you realize that, the better and more successful you will become. The most successful people have mentors and teachers—forever. Whether you personally know that teacher or you follow their work from behind a screen, you can learn from their wealth of knowledge to make you better in any area of your life.