Anti-Inflammatory Recipe Roundup Part 2 (2024)

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The first Anti-Inflammatory Recipe Roundup was such a success that I had to followup and post another. I need to thank all of the bloggers again that let me share their recipes. There are so many great recipes in this post, I hope that you are able to add some into your weekly rotation. I know I did!

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I don't know about you guys, but last week flew by super quick and then my weekend was full of shopping (groceries and palm trees) and landscaping (see pics below) and I blinked and then it was Tuesday again. Before I bombard you will what I've been up to I need to share with you all the recipes to the amazing dishes above.

Sweet Scallops and “Fried” Veggie Quinoa saladfrom Cotter Crunch

Tomato Onion, and Egg Buckwheat Pennefrom Cotter Crunch

Sweet Potato Lettuce Wrapsfrom Marathon Mom

Chickpea wild rice soup from Marathon Mom

Forbidden Black Rice Mango Saladfrom Healthy Helper

No Fail Cauliflower Pizza Crustfrom Healthy Helper

Butternut Squash Soupfrom Healthy Helper

Moroccan Stuffed Pepperfrom The Happy Health Freak

“Pasta” Primavera Meatless Mondayfrom The Happy Health Freak

Vegan, Gluten Free TVP “Faux” Bolognesefrom Suz Lyfe

Sweet and Sour Stir Fryfrom Plaid and Paleo

Easy Sweet Spinach Crepesfrom Diary of an Ex Sloth

Easy Butternut Squash Recipefrom The Healthy Fit Foodie

Low Carb Egg Cupsfrom The Healthy Fit Foodie

Tropical Quinoa Salad from The Healthy Fit Foodie

Kale and Quinoa Salad from The Healthy Fit Foodie

Now for some random pictures from last week

Stella is loving the back yard and helping us with the landscaping!

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Aaron went on a little bit of a spending spree and got a few of these Adonidia PalmsAnti-Inflammatory Recipe Roundup Part 2 (4)at home depot.

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And then while at SAMs we picked up 10 of these Majesty Palms because they were only $8.98 each!

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Flying dogggggggg

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Our grass-fed cow finally arrived......

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And we grilled out some sirloin steaks. We split a half of a cow with 4 friends so it was very affordable. Grass-fed beef for only$6.30/pound!

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While we were out shopping for palm trees, we stopped for a detour at Dick's Sporting Goods and picked up thisYeti ColsterAnti-Inflammatory Recipe Roundup Part 2 (10). He can't stop raving about it, he states the beer is "cold to the last drop," but at a $30 price point I was hesitant to let him get.

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I was finally able to start lifting weights again. I'm so excited! I did take it really easy and slow because I didn't want to hurt myself.

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I started back with my training. I'm doing a daily undulating training program (DUP training). It consists of back squats, deadlifts, over head press (OHP), and hip thrusts 3 days a week, 2 days of accessory lifts, and 2-3 15 minute high intensity interval training (HIIT) sessions. I love my Polar FT7 Heart Rate MonitorAnti-Inflammatory Recipe Roundup Part 2 (13)!

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And one last picture of Stella 🙂 This little munchkin has been giving us a terrible trouble with potty training.

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  1. Kaila at Healthy Helper Blog

    Thank you so much for featuring my recipes, Lara! Great round up!

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    • Lara

      No problem! Thank you for letting me share them. I can't wait to try them!

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  2. Natasha

    What a great list! I have to checkout part1!
    I'm not familiar with undulating training but sounds intense! Btw, I love the palms by the pool!
    -Natasha

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    • Lara

      Thanks! I hope you enjoy them both! You should try it out. I love DUP training. I have a cheap DUP workout for sale under ebooks if you are interested. And thanks! I love them too!

      Reply

  3. Tiffani

    Can I first say...your puppy, Stella, is adorable! I loved these recipes ideas. The egg cups are very popular in our home. I can't wait to try the Sweet Potato Lettuce Wraps...YUM! Great post! 🙂

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    • Lara

      Awww thank you! The egg cups are one of my go to recipes! I hope you enjoy them all!

      Reply

  4. lindsay

    great round up friend. love all this nourishment! thx for including me

    Reply

    • Lara

      No problem! Thank you for letting me share them!

      Reply

  5. Logan Can

    I'm definitely pinning this for future reference. BTW super cute puppy!!

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    • Lara

      Thank you! She stole our heart!

      Reply

    • Lara

      Thank you!

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  6. Kristen @ A Mind Full Mom

    Love this round-up. I have so many family members who suffer from inflammatory issues, so this is perfect. Cute dog by the way!

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    • Lara

      Thank you! She is a handful!

      Reply

  7. Shirley Wood

    Wow, lots of good recipes here! Thanks for putting this collection together. What an adorable fur baby you have! These weeks are flying by to quickly for me! I cannot believe it's spring time and we are busy getting things planted outside.

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    • Lara

      Thank you! It's her eyes. They draw you in. Or at least they did to me LOL.

      Reply

  8. Madaline

    These all look amazing! I find anti-inflammatory 'diets' great because they aren't super restrictive and the recipes aren't... well difficult or things my family won't eat! Thanks for sharing!!

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    • Lara

      I know right? I love promoting whole foods and easy recipes.

      Reply

  9. Yolanda Williams

    I love your dog. Goodness this site has so many delicious recipes. I'm glad I found you. I am making this one of my favorites. Love the grilled out sirloin steaks.

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  10. Brook Devis

    wao... great timing of post. i am looking in these days this kind of recipeis.these looks great and very nice i cnt wait to try themgood job.please continue sharing other recipes.thanx

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  11. Kimberly

    Oh my goodness your dog is the cutest whittle thing 🙂
    Those recipes look delicious and I'm curious to check them out. I have chronic pain so anything that helps tame inflammation is a bonus!
    And cow - hello BBQ - well it's snowing here still so....I know. Mother Nature is clearly drunk.

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  12. Christi from sexymoxiemama.com

    This is a great roundup. I really appreciate anti-inflammatory recipes and foods. While I do not have a medical condition that requires me to eat anti inflammatory foods and recipes, I feel that they really make me feel better and less bloated. Thank you for sharing this great list. I will be trying some of these soon.

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  13. Ashley

    This is the first roundup I have seen in awhile that I could not find one thing I wasn't excited to give a try. These all look incredible! I didn't catch your first post, but I'm definitely going to head there now and see what else I can pin. Awesome resource, thank you so much!

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  14. christina aliperti

    These recipes look great! I definitely need to see if these work for me. Your backyard looks great and Stella is just too cute. I have a boy puppy and he is so stubborn. Potty training is so hard with him, it is very frustrating but the cuteness does help lol.

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  15. Kim Propp

    Those foods looks really yummy and health, I think fitness is very important to you, I've seen it based on your pictures. You know I always told to myself that I need to eat healthy and exercise everyday but I didn't, I'm so glad to you, you're looks healthy person.

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  16. CourtneyLynne

    omg what delicious recipes!!!! Who would of ever thought about foods being anti inflammatory?! I guess it really is true what they say.... You really do learn something new everyday!

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  17. Rosey

    Oh my goodness look at the cute puppy. That's great that you're back to your routine. I've been back in the groove for awhile now too. Feels good, doesn't it? And I"m loving that creative looking quinoa salad up top!

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    • Lara

      Thanks! She's finally feeling comfortable with the cat and she's now chasing her around the house. The cat can hold it's own though, being raised by two boys treating it as if it were a dog LOL. Yes it feels so good being back in a routine! I love that salad! It's easily changed up by switching out recipes too!

  18. Sara-Jayne

    I just love the photo of that little pup! So cute! I was looking over the recipes and then I saw butternut squash. I just love that vegetable and I'd eat it every day if I could. I'm about to explore the other recipes too now, so yum!

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    • Lara

      Butternut squash is one of my favorite foods! I also made a dessert butternut squash recipe that I need to post sometime.

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  19. Danielle K

    All of those recipes look amazing - definitely want to try the butternut squash soup. I really need to split a cow with friends - so much cheaper that way than buying grass fed in the stores.

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    • Lara

      Yes way cheaper! We get to have grass-fed filet and sirloin for a little more than non-grass-fed ground beef! You can't beat it. You just need some freezer space.

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  20. Anna

    I just made the stuffed peppers the other day, love these recipes. I recently bought quinoa, never got to cook with it yet, but I read a lot of good stuff about it and super excited to see how the salad turns out.

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    • Lara

      I love quinoa! It is so versatile. You can make cold or hot dishes with it! I'm a huge fan of making vegetarian and vegan dishes with it! I hope you enjoy the recipes.

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  21. Nicole @ Fitful Focus

    Great roundup! And that pup - adorable!!

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    • Lara

      Thank you! I hope you enjoy the recipes! She's starting to get a little rambunctious LOL.

      Reply

  22. Diatta @ Femme Fitale Fit Club

    This is an awesome round up. I love the Cotter Crunch blog. She showcases some amazing dishes. The landscaping came out really nice too.

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    • Lara

      Thank you Diatta! I love her blog too! And thanks, the landscaping is getting there. We are planting the rest of the palms today and tomorrow. It's gonna be another outside workout LOL.

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  23. Sam @ PancakeWarriors

    Awesome round up! I can say how much better I feel after cleaning up my diet a bit! This will be a well used resource for me for ideas! Your pup is adorable, oh I love puppies!

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    • Lara

      Thank you! Yes! I can totally feel the difference when I stick to my macros than when I got overboard on the carbs and fat. When Ben & Jerri's is BOGOF at the supermarket I just have to stay clear of the freezer section LOL.

      Reply

  24. Tricia @ MissSippiPiddlin

    Oh, Wow I'm going to try the egg cups that would be perfect for me to eat on the go as I'm headed to work. I'm trying to incorporate more protein in real foods and less carbs. I so wish I had tips on potty training a puppy. I have a now 4month old feist and still not totally trained! Bad thing is he knows he is not supposed to do it. I think he gets to playing too hard and forgets then it's too late. Good luck!

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    • Lara

      I love the eggs cups. They are in my monthly rotation. They are so versatile, so many different variations to make that you never get bored! Stella is slowly getting there with the potty training. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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  25. Sue @ This Mama Runs for Cupcakes

    All of those recipes look amazing. I think I've actually tried a few..the forbidden black rice mango salad is amazing!

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  26. Marcia

    What a great recipe roundup! I'm in the process of freshening up the menu around here for spring and look forward to trying some of these. Stella is SO cute!

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    • Lara

      Thank you! I hope you are able to include some of these recipes in your new line up 🙂

      Reply

  27. Kelli

    Thanks for sharing - some great recipes in this list. Your yard looks great, love the pool.

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    • Lara

      Thank you! I hope you enjoy the recipes. The yard is slowly getting where we want it to be. We see many pool parties and BBQ's in our future!

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  28. Toni @runninglovingliving

    Thanks for sharing all these great recipes! I have no tips for puppy potty training but your puppy is soooo cute

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    • Lara

      No problem. And thanks, she is getting better day by day. Trial and error on our parts.

      Reply

  29. Wendy@Taking the Long Way Home

    It's ok. My ancient (12 year old) co*cker spaniel has forgotten all about potty training...

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    • Lara

      She's finally getting a little better, only 1 accident in the last 3 days.

      Reply

  30. Adrienne

    Great recipes, Lara! I'm a true believer that changing your diet can prevent certain illnesses and symptoms - inflammation being a great example of that. Thanks for sharing these meals. Oh, and your dog is adorable!! I would never miss a run if I had that little cutie to go with everyday.

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    • Lara

      Me too! Inflammation is the cause of so many chronic diseases. It is such a same that not many schools teach nutrition classes, since proper nutrition can prevent so many diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, etc. I can't wait until she is done with all her shots and we can go running 🙂

      Reply

  31. Stephanie of The TipToe Fairy

    What a beautiful little puppy! I just love her name! This is a great round up. I"m off to check out a few recipes to try. Thanks!!

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    • Lara

      Thanks! We wanted to choose a name around the Pint and Paws beer festival where we got her so we went with Stella short for Stella Artois LOL.

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  32. Jen

    oh my word, that puppy is so cute!! And you included some awesome recipes in this round up. Can't wait to try some of them!

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    • Lara

      Thank you! Stella stole our hearts! I hope you enjoy the recipes!

      Reply

  33. April Decheine

    I love this post. We are so into anti-inflammatory foods and remedies. My husbands skin cleaned up so well after switching his diet.

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    • Lara

      Yes it's crazy how the foods we eat affect our body. I notice in myself when I eat too much refined sugars that my skin breaks out, and I feel so much better when I don't over indulge in carbs and fat.

      Reply

  34. Leigh Powell Hines

    So glad to have found your blog. I will have to read some more and learn a little bit more about anti-inflammatory recipes. Not sure exactly what that means or why, but the recipes look great.

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  35. Kathryn @ Dancing to Running

    Looks like a great collection of recipes! I'll have to check some of them out!

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  36. GiselleR @ Diary of an ExSloth

    Thanks for all the awesome recipes. Loving these anti inflammatory roundups of yours!
    p.s. no tips for training the pup, but she's definitely a cutie 😀 Good luck with that!

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  37. Stephanie (@FitMomTraining)

    I'm droooooooooooooling!! And that dog...omg, so adorable!!!

    Reply

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