Here at Cambiati, we LOVE to help you transform your (and our) comfort foods and favorite recipes into new CambiatiClean delights without sacrificing flavor and enjoyment.
We love to uncover healthful substitutes for maybe not-so-healthy foods we crave, like homemade baked sweet potato chips – you can even marinate them in apple cider vinegar if you like that briny “Salt and Vinegar” flavor!
Sweet potato chips or fries baked in the oven
- Preheat the oven to 200°.
Rinse and dry the sweet potato(es) and slice them as thin as you’d like with a good knife, mandolin, or in a food processor. Arrange slices on baking sheets without overlapping. Brush with a bit of olive oil and sprinkle of sea salt. Place in a single layer on baking sheets and bake for 1.5 – 2 hrs. Flip halfway through for even baking. Remove once crisp and slightly golden brown.
- For “Salt and Vinegar” chips, marinate the sliced potatoes with 2 cups apple cider vinegar in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours. Drain off most of the vinegar, leaving ¼ cup. Then sprinkle with sea salt and a bit of olive oil. Mix well and then arrange slices on a greased baking sheet.
- Add any other spices that tickle your fancy, like cinnamon (for a sweet treat), smoked paprika or onion powder.
Bunless burger with a lettuce wrap, or place burger over veggies or greens
- Struggling to find quality grass-fed meat and poultry products? Lorie and her family love US Wellness Meats! (plus, it’s delivered right to your door!)
Broccoli slaw pasta
- Steam it so it’s nice and soft, then smother with your favorite sauce
- Julia loves adding olives, capers and chicken. 1 package of broccoli slaw makes 2 servings, which is a really easy way to make lunches for work or school.
Pizza crust or tortillas made from cauliflower (but you’d never know it!)
Chicken tenders breaded with almond meal
Taco night! Place protein crumbles over greens or in lettuce taco shells (you can also use lettuce shells to dip in salsa and guacamole for a nice crisp crunch!)