Sample recipes from The Cancer Wellness Cookbook

Blueberry Breakfast Cake

Add something special to the breakfast table when you make this recipe for Blueberry Breakfast Cake! Easy to make, this cake recipe from scratch is one that every home cook should keep up his or her sleeves. This breakfast cake is a sweet way to end any breakfast or brunch with family and friends, and will be especially good when served with a hot cup of tea or coffee.

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Waldorf Salad

Enjoy the delightful combination of textures in this healthy update of the classic salad.

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Thai Chicken Soup

Easy to make and comforting as can be, this recipe for Thai Chicken Soup is one you'll want to include in your meal planning. The soup includes an assortment of vegetables, chicken, coconut milk, and plenty of garlic, resulting in a hearty dish that you can serve for lunch or dinner. You can likely get this soup on the table in under an hour, too, making it the ideal choice for anyone who wants to make a no-fuss soup from scratch. You'll love making this flavorful take on the traditional chicken soup recipe for family and friends.

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Golden Winter Squash Soup

Count on this colorful soup for a boost of important vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

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Chilled Avocado Soup

Rich, creamy, and lightly spiced, this soup makes a meal when paired with a generous salad of mixed organic greens.

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Curried Root Vegetables

From Ami Karnosh, CN, Cancer Lifeline Nutrition Educator Curries come in hundreds of varieties, in both powder and paste form. Pick your...

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Quinoa Pilaf with Toasted Sunflower Seeds

Quinoa is a nutty, sweet, quick-cooking grain that is high in protein. It comes from the Andes Mountains of South America and was one of...

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Pork Yakisoba

Adapted from a recipe by Mark Bittman, author and New York Times food journalist This skillet meal combines just the right flavors, color...

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Zucchini and Tomato Gratin

If your garden is overflowing with zucchini and tomatoes, then make the most of the abundance with this recipe for Zucchini and Tomato Gratin. The hearty vegetarian recipe can be served as a side dish or a main course, and is a great way to feed a crowd without much fuss. Featuring generous portions of garlic and topped with plenty of cheese, this recipe can be served at your next cookout with friends or at a potluck. It's such an easy recipe to prepare, and you'll be impressed that the gratin bakes only for about 30 minutes.

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Hearty Greens and Grains with Sesame Tofu Squares

Tofu, quinoa, amaranth, chard, spinach, and sesame seeds are all rich sources of calcium. The nutrients in this fun-to-assemble dish offe...

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