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Mother's Day is right around the corner! What a perfect way to start out Mother's Day than a healthy breakfast option. Not only are these items nutirious but also delicious.

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This month's recipe of Grilled Salmon with Chipotle Vinaigrette is featured in Mindful Eating, Miraval's cookbook created by Executive Chef Justin Cline Macy.

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April 2014 Recipe of the Month

This month's recipe of Mushroom Bell Pepper Pizza is featured in Sweet & Savory Cooking,  Miraval's newest cookbook created by Executive Chef Justin Cline Macy and Pastry Chef Kim Macy.

The earthy flavors of this pizza really pop when you drizzle on the balsamic just before serving. Balsamic reduction is one of Executive Chef Justin Macy's "secret weapons". It’s so easy to make and will last in your refrigerator for months. A few drops of the sweet, tangy sauce can benefit all kind of dishes, from vegetables to grilled meats.

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Add more green to your St. Patrick's Days this year in a healthy way. This smoothie is packed full of vitamins, nutrients and flavor! This recipe is featured in Miraval's Mindful Eating cookbook

CLEAR, AGELESS SKIN SMOOTHIE

Note from Nutritionist Junelle Lupiani: “Smoothies are a great, quick energy option any time of day. Just remember that many have a similar calorie count to a plated meal when using them as a substitute.”

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March 2014 Recipe of the Month

This month's recipe of Coconut Lime Bars is featured in Sweet & Savory Cooking,  Miraval's newest cookbook created by Executive Chef Justin Cline Macy and Pastry Chef Kim Macy. These citrusy bars are the perfect way to welcome the warmer weather!

"Everybody loves this kind of slightly fancy bar cookie, especially my version with fresh lime juice and lime zest—although, the classic lemon version is pretty great, too. These are easy to make—just press the crust into the pan—but they’re delectable enough to serve as a dessert for guests or to bring to a cookie swap. I use coconut oil instead of butter in the crust, which has a wonderful flavor and no cholesterol. You can add toasted coconut to the top for garnish if desired." - Pastry Chef Kim Macy

 

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