Wildly Organic's Natural, Clean-Eating Recipes & Blog

Whether you’re new to the healthy eating scene or just looking to craft new meals you and your family will love, Wildly Organic’s clean eating blog focuses on natural ingredients, delicious recipes, and organic DIY ideas that promote healthy nutrition from the inside out. From quick, kid-friendly treats to meal prepping and all-organic recipes, you’ll find a wealth of information right here.

To get started, simply browse around, and find a recipe that speaks to you. We link to the organic ingredients you’ll need, so it’s easy to pick up the essentials, as well as any other items that catch your eye. Dig in!

Everyone has to start their journey somewhere. Our goal at Wildly Organic is to enhance the lives of health-minded folks from all walks of life. Improving your diet can be a daunting process, but our natural-minded blog makes it easier for you. You’ll find that many of our recipes are surprisingly beginner-friendly, even though the results would make any chef smile.

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Easy Meal Plan: 8 Tips to Simplify Your Meal Planning

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It’s 5:00 PM and dinnertime stress starts to kick in. Your hungry children run around the kitchen asking what’s for dinner as you rummage through the fridge and pantry cabinets looking for ingredients to put something on the table. Overwhelmed and frustrated, you order Chinese takeout instead and then feel guilty for feeding your family greasy fast food.

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Baked Sweet Potato Fries {Gluten-Free}

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Baked sweet potato fries are the perfect any time snack or side dish, but we are especially excited about bringing this sweet potato fry recipe out for the summer! Over the years, I've tried countless times to create perfectly baked french fries at home. It took a while to finally nail it! Who knew it would be so hard? Now I'm sharing my tried and true baked sweet potato fry recipe with you!

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Mexican Cauliflower Rice {Gluten-Free}

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This Mexican Cauliflower Rice is hands down my favorite dish to make because it’s so versatile. I probably make it a few times a month. It’s perfect for burrito bowls! Which is a household staple. Think spring mix topped with beans, protein of choice, avocado, salsa, and Mexican cauliflower rice. This cauliflower rice recipe takes Taco Tuesday to the next level.  Plus, the whole family can personalize their “burrito bowl.”

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Are Nuts Good for Weight Loss?

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Nuts often get a bad rap for being a fattening food. Nuts are indeed calorie dense and have a high fat content. Many people avoid nuts in their low-fat and calorie diets so they can lose more weight. But this old-fashioned way of thinking and dieting can actually hurt your weight loss goals. Nuts are one of the healthiest foods that can help with your weight loss and management plan.

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Pecan Scones {Gluten-Free}

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Who doesn’t love scones? I sure do! While everyone was making banana bread in 2020, I was working on my gluten-free scone recipe game. Specifically my gluten-free pecan scones! I found a combo of gluten-free flours works best. I also determined that using gluten-free flour creates nice light and fluffy scone!

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Cacao vs. Cocoa: What is the Difference?

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Walking down the chocolate aisle at the supermarket, you’ve likely noticed cocoa or cacao labeled on different chocolate products. You’ve probably also seen cacao nibs and dark chocolate cocoa chips at a health food store and wondered how they differ. They’re all just chocolate, right? Well, not really. Although they are both derived from the same plant, there are many differences between cacao vs. cocoa products.

Cacao (pronounced ke-kow) and cocoa (pronounced kow-kow) are made using different processes and have distinct nutritional profiles. Many people are familiar with cocoa as it is commonly used in baking desserts and making hot chocolate. Cacao, on the other hand, is a raw chocolate product that is popular with health-conscious, vegan, and whole-food consumers.

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