Food & Recipes

Apples to Oranges
Whole Foods for Whole Bodies

With a diet of non-gmo and organic foods developing meal plans that do not bust the bank are a welcomed sight.

Here are a few of my favorites that I have created over the years for meals that not only taste great but are filling and nutritional.

Travel the world without leaving your home with recipes from Apples to Oranges: Whole Foods for Whole Bodies.

The Apples to Oranges cookbook and its recipes include: 

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American Classics
Just in time for dinner. Good thing this recipe only dirties up one dish.

 A new twist on a old favorite for those who have food allergies.

Baked Chicken with Brown Rice 
 A complete meal in one baking dish.

Bean Chili
A little of this, a little of that, goes a long way.

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Foreign Fare
Yeah, it's that good.  You will not miss going to the restaurant with this one.

Spiced Chicken with Lemon Juice
Really good and it will not disappoint.

Mediterranean Chicken/Potatoes 
Dress up meat or vegetables with this simple recipe.

Beef Stew
This Irish favorite that is also gluten-free.

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Side Dishes
An easy way to make this side dish.

Lemon Mashed Potatoes
Add flavor to the same old potatoes.

Pineapple Brown Rice 
Enjoy a fruit and peppery alternative.

Garlic Brown Rice Noodles
 Garlic and butter inspired noodles.

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Snacks
.Snack without the hassle.

Peppermint Chocolate 
Nice candy alternative.

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Desserts
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
Gluten-free too. That is always a plus.

Oatmeal Pumpkin Cookies
Gluten-free for autumn.

Ice Cream
Something fun without diary

Sorbet
 Dairy-free but tastes good.

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Drinks & Beverages
Refreshing Cranberry Blend 
Crème de La Crème
Cinnamon Hot Cocoa
Peppermint Hot Cocoa


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Critical Acclaim from Readers
"I am so glad you made these gluten and dairy free alternatives that taste good!" 
"Finally, I can eat my favorites without cheating on my medical diet." 
"Thank you."