Top 20 Pinterest Recipes of 2012

As a nutritionist, I’m a huge fan of Pinterest. I use it to compile recipes for my clients, but I also use it to expand my dietary horizons. I probably make 1-2 new recipes from Pinterest per week – some of them are atrocious, some are incredible and most are somewhere in the middle. 

I’ve compiled my absolute favorites from 2012 in this Pinterest board. These are the recipes that have found their way into our family rotation, the ones that my toddler requests (Parmesan Kale Salad) or that I turn to when we’re all starving and there’s almost nothing in the house to eat (Lee’s Lentil Veggie Soup).

What’s so Great about these Recipes?

I’ve made each of them at least 3 times, so I can confidently say that

1) They’re consistently delicious. Nothing worse than making a recipe once, loving it, and then finding that it’s mediocre after that.

2) They’re pretty easy to make. I rarely make 18-step recipes with complicated ingredients, and when I do I rarely make them again even if they’re delicious.

3) They’r “real food” based, aka unprocessed. Some may need slight modifications to be completely unprocessed, but they’re easy adjustments.

Wanna check it out?

Click on the picture below.

One nutritionist's top 20 Pinterest recipes from 2012

 

I hope you enjoy them as much as we have. Don’t forget to check out my top 20 recipes of 2013 while you’re at it :).


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Camille Freeman, LDN

Hi there! I'm a clinical herbalist and licensed nutritionist specializing in fertility and reproductive health. I mentor other practitioners who need help building and growing their practices, working with complicated clients and getting clinical hours. I'm also a professor in the Department of Nutrition at the Maryland University of Integrative Health, where I teach physiology, pathophysiology, and mindful eating. My pronouns are she/hers. 

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