This week the spotlight is shining on Amy Height of From the Ground Up Wellness!

Amy’s main focus is on how real food benefits our bodies. She believes that the there is always an opportunity to relearn how to eat and feel good, just by eating more plants. Her recipes focus on using real food, avoiding gluten, and using mindfulness to get the most out of our bodies and our life. Through the food she eats and the information she shares, she strives to help herself and others thrive both in and out of their relationship with food.

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1. Spaghetti Squash Pasta With Avocado Cream Sauce

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If you’re a fan of garlic sauce and pasta, this is the perfect recipe. This Spaghetti Squash Pasta With Avocado Cream Sauce is a gluten-free pasta alternative with a way-too-creamy garlicky vegan cream sauce.

2. Gluten-Free Scallion Pancakes 

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These Gluten-Free Scallion Pancakes are packed with protein, green goodness from scallions and a hint of asian flair thanks to the sesame oil. These make a wonderfully savory breakfast that’s perfect when want to mix up your pancake routine.

3. Maple Cashew Butter with Oats and Goji Berries

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This Maple Cashew Butter with Oats and Goji Berries is the simplest, creamiest cashew butter you can make, atop complex-carb rich gluten-free oats and antioxidant-packed goji berries. Low sugar, super delicious.

4. Carrot Cucumber Jicama Salad with Mint Tahini Dressing

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Crunchy, hydrating and coated in a creamy minty sauce, this Carrot Cucumber Jicama Salad with Mint Tahini Dressing is salad reimagined and so much more fun. Carrots, cucumber and jicama are actually some of the best veggies to consume raw, particularly when chewed thoroughly. They have high water content and pair well with other cooked or raw foods.

5. Toasted Quinoa Cereal with Pistachio and Figs

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Crunchy, toasty and oh-so-packed with protein, this perfectly spiced bowl of Toasted Quinoa Cereal with Pistachio and Figs makes a great topper for coconut yogurt, fruit and smoothies, or pair it with milk for a cereal alternative. It keeps for months in a sealed container (keep in the fridge for best results) which means you can be enjoying this for breakfast whenever you please!

6. Cacao Coconut Pistachio Bark

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This Cacao Coconut Pistachio Bark takes just a couple of minutes to make and is the perfect after-dinner cap, hostess gift, addition to granola or vegan yogurt, pre-workout fuel, breakfast, dinner…. Really, it’s so insanely good. It’s good all the time.

7. Curry Aioli

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This spiced Curry Aioli is often served in restaurants alongside breaded deep-fried things. Bonus about this aioli? You can pair it with good stuff, too, and it’ll still be yummy.

8. Raw Coconut-Pecan Cocoa Bites

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 These Raw Coconut-Pecan Cocoa Bites are packed with coconut, cocoa and a hint of pecans. Sugar-free goodness that’s surprisingly indulgent. They are delicious, quick, good for you and totally guilt-free. The coconut really helps hold these tasty bites together without using oats or another grain.

9. Baked Plantain Fritters

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Serve these Baked Plantain Fritters with a little sweet basil ponzu dipping sauce on the side for a savory treat, or have them plain as an energy-boosting, sugar-free snack. These are also awesome post-workout to refuel without tipping the blood sugar scale into crazy-land. They’re also just really decadent while being entirely guilt-free.

10. Ginger-Citrus Tofu Powerbowl with Bok Choy and Cashews

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This Ginger-Citrus Tofu Powerbowl with Bok Choy and Cashews is zippy and fresh with a hint of crunch, this perfectly balance plant-based meal is packed with protein and fiber. You’ll love it!

Be sure to check out Amy’s recipe page on our site, as well as her website! You can also find her recipes on our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!

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