Join Certified Health Coach and popular food blogger Elizabeth Rider as she shares her favorite recipes that are guaranteed to change the way you think about healthy home cooking. Her simple recipes and easy-to-make swaps recreate some of your favorite comfort foods and introduce you to entirely new soon-to-be favorites. Watch as she walks you through making each delicious dish step-by-step. Easy to follow, fun to watch, and delightful to sample, this fresh series will leave you looking forward to cooking your way to a healthier, happier you. No tofu, cardboard, or deprivation required.
Elizabeth Eats is available worldwide on any internet-enabled device, including your smartphone (iPhone), tablet (iPad), computer, smart TV, Roku and AppleTV. Food Matters TV (FMTV) is the world's leading on-demand, streaming SVOD channel specializing in health and wellness documentaries, recipe videos, exercise & yoga classes, extended interviews and more. It is available worldwide and contains over 800 videos that empower people to live their lives to the fullest. It’s like the Netflix® for health.
Episode 1: No-Bake Chocolate Hazelnut Energy Bites
Tired of boring health food snacks? Try these easy addictive on-the-go energy bites; we’ve heard people call them a party-in-your-mouth. Using fiber- and mineral-rich dates as a base, this chocolatey snack satisfies your sweet tooth and provides extra energy for your busy lifestyle. | watch now on FMTV >
Episode 2: The Best Ever Vegan Mac & Cheese
Enjoy Elizabeth's favorite healthy comfort food recipe of all time. After exhaustive research, Elizabeth creates a whole food alternative to vegan cheeses, which are typically made with soy and full of processed ingredients. You've got to try this truly healthy and amazing way to make this traditional comfort food and relive some childhood memories! No guilt necessary. | watch now on FMTV >
Episode 3: Black Bean & Quinoa Superfood Salad
This easy, delicious dish will quickly become a family favorite; you don’t even have to tell them it’s healthy. Use it as a side dish for just about anything, or even serve it up as the main event. Elizabeth also shows you how to make perfectly cooked, great tasting quinoa every time. It's the perfect pasta replacement for gluten-conscious eaters.
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Episode 4: Easy Cashew Basil Pesto With Spaghetti Squash Noodles
Love noodles? This one’s for you. Kids and parents alike love this super tasty dish using spaghetti squash as an alternative to traditional pasta. The cashew pesto makes a wonderful sauce that adds a great cheesy, nutty flavor. This dish will quickly become a permanent addition to your family’s recipe rotation, no one has to know that it’s both gluten-free and dairy-free. | watch now on apple tv >
Episode 5: Chicken Quinoa Soup with Homemade Bone Broth
Canned and most restaurant chicken soups are filled with MSG, a chemical that you definitely don’t want to eat. Elizabeth starts off by showing you how to make your own bone broth at home, a food that’s been around for hundreds of years and really does heal you from the inside out. She then turns the broth into a to-die-for Chicken Quinoa Soup that’s easy to make and has a secret ingredient that will quickly turn this into your new favorite soup. You’ll also learn extra tips and tricks to perfecting and storing your broth at home. | watch now on FMTV >
Episode 6: Gluten-Free Almond Flour Bread With Easy Chia Seed Jam
If you’ve been looking to cut down on highly processed breads and starches, then you will love this episode. Elizabeth shows you how easy it is to whip up a delicious gluten-free, high protein almond flour bread, then shows you the secret trick to making a healthy and easy stove top jam that’s low in sugar but high in flavor. | watch now on FMTV >
Episode 7: Health Coach Black Bean Taquitos With Dairy-Free Queso Dip
The ultimate treat. Elizabeth takes a typically unhealthy dish and shows you how to easily make healthy taquitos at home. You'll also learn the secret to making her whole food-based "queso" dip at home. These baked treats are gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan, and packed full of protein, fiber and other plant nutrients. This will be a new family favorite! | watch now on FMTV >
Series 2 Episode 1: Homemade Pho Soup & Vietnamese Banh Mi Wraps
Once you've tried Pho there's no going back. In this episode, Elizabeth teaches you how to supercharge this delicious Vietnamese chicken soup by using the same principles of making overnight bone broth with Pho-inspired spices. The outcome? Incredibly collagen-rich Pho free of MSG and other unhealthy ingredients. As if that isn't enough, she also shows a much healthier spin on a Banh Mi sandwich - the popular Vietnamese sandwich taking over restaurant menus across the world. This episode will teach you how to bring Vietnamese flavors to your own kitchen. No takeout required. | watch now on FMTV >
Series 2 Episode 2:Easy Vegan Red Thai Curry & Homemade Coconut Milk Ice Cream
Grab a can of organic coconut milk and prepare to be amazing. Elizabeth will show you how to make decadent (yet healthy!) homemade Red Thai Curry loaded with veggies and chickpeas. The wonders of coconut milk continue as Elizabeth shows you how to make incredible homemade vegan ice cream that’s simple and delicious. If you want to learn dairy-free cooking without deprivation, then this episode is for you. | watch now on FMTV >
Elizabeth Rider is a leading nutrition & whole living expert teaching women around the world how to become the healthiest, most successful people they know. In a world flooded with diet information, Elizabeth’s healthy recipes and straight-forward nutrition advice draw millions of inspired readers to her popular blog. Best known for her fun and accessible approach to food & healthy living, she’s built an online wellness empire from scratch on her iPhone and laptop. The Psychology Of Eating named her website as a Top Health Coach Blog, and List Nutrition called her site a Top 20 Nutrition Blog. Thousands have had success using her online programs, which include Clean Up Your Diet™, Purpose To Profit™ and The Wellness Business Bootcamp™.
As host of Elizabeth Eats on Food Matters TV, Elizabeth is delightfully changing the way the world views healthy home cooking. She speaks on stages around the world and mentors scores of ambitious people each year to seek and live life on their own terms. As a Certified Holistic Health Coach (Integrative Nutrition) and accomplished online entrepreneur, cultivating a lifestyle of freedom and health is her religion. Elizabeth is a graduate of Cornell University’s Plant-Based Nutrition program, a TEDx speaker, and regular contributor to The Huffington Post. Her recipes have been featured on Shape.com, MSN, MindBodyGreen, Buzzfeed, Greatist and POPSUGAR among others.