Recipes

Old Fashioned Lentil Soup

Inspired by my mother’s lentil soup growing up, I decided to create a kidney-friendly version. This kidney-friendly, low-sodium lentil soup is super yummy and also filling. Perfect for a fall or winter night, this soup may just be added to your monthly meal rotation!

Low Sodium Roasted Cranberry Sauce

You will never use canned cranberry sauce again once you see how easy it is to make this delicious low sodium roasted cranberry sauce sauce. This sauce stores well so you can make it up to a week in advance. A great cranberry sauce for people watching their sodium intake.

Low Sodium Apple Cherry Chutney

Super simple, five ingredient chutney that goes great on chicken, salmon, pork, and sandwiches. Whip up this chutney in 20 minutes and store it for later, use as gifts or eat right away!

Low Sodium Vegetable Stock

Most store bought sauces are loaded with sodium to help them last on the shelf. Making your own low sodium vegetable stock is so simple, and versatile. Make sure to save all your vegetable scraps and peelings throughout the week. Having mirepoix scraps on hand makes it easy to quickly throw together a vegetable stock whenever you need a boost of flavor in a sauce or chili.

Low Sodium Blueberry Pancakes Mix Recipe

Breakfast can be challenging for us low sodium warriors. If you’re like me and love bagels and other bread items, then you also know that these items are normally very high in sodium. Most pancake mixes can also be high in sodium making this fan favorite breakfast item another hard one for us.

Not to fret!

These low sodium pancakes are fluffy, delicious and take only about 15 minutes to prepare! The problem with store bought pancake mix is that the preservatives, baking powder, and baking soda contain loads of sodium. By swapping out the leavening agents with sodium free versions, we are able to create a low sodium version of this yummy breakfast item.