Absolutely Amazing Roasted Broccoli And Cranberries

Absolutely Amazing Roasted Broccoli And Cranberries

Absolutely Amazing Roasted Broccoli And Cranberries 

Absolutely Amazing Roasted Broccoli And Cranberries

This Dish Is A Complete Winner  !

We literally make this for dinner on its own and it completely satisfies the whole family .

Broccoli when roasted takes on a completely different taste and this recipe proves that even the broccoli haters of the world  can be converted.

I have also served it to little picky people who ate it like it was candy


1 large broccoli chopped into bite size pieces

1/2 cup dried cranberries

2-3 tbls olive oil

1 tbs balsamic vinegar

4 garlic cloves chopped

1 tsp of rock salt

squeeze of fresh lemon


Place all ingredients in a bowl or bag and mix until coated

Place on baking dish in oven at 400

Bake until florets are tender enough to pierce with a fork and the edges are browning, about 20 – 25 minutes.



What’s New and Beneficial About Broccoli

Broccoli can provide you with some special cholesterol-lowering benefits if you will cook it by steaming. The fiber-related components in broccoli do a better job of binding together with bile acids in your digestive tract when they’ve been steamed. When this binding process takes place, it’s easier for bile acids to be excreted, and the result is a lowering of your cholesterol levels. Raw broccoli still has cholesterol-lowering ability—just not as much.

Broccoli has a strong, positive impact on our body’s detoxification system, and researchers have recently identified one of the key reasons for this detox benefit. Glucoraphanin, gluconasturtiin, and glucobrassicin are 3 glucosinolate phytonutrients found in a special combination in broccoli. This dynamic trio is able to support all steps in body’s detox process, including activation, neutralization, and elimination of unwanted contaminants. Isothiocyanates (ITCs) are the detox-regulating molecules made from broccoli’s glucosinolates, and they help control the detox process at a genetic level.

Broccoli may help us solve our vitamin D deficiency epidemic. When large supplemental doses of vitamin D are needed to offset deficiency, ample supplies of vitamin K and vitamin A help keep our vitamin D metabolism in balance. Broccoli has an unusually strong combination of both vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene) and vitamin K. For people faced with the need to rebuild vitamin D stores through vitamin D supplements, broccoli may be an ideal food to include in the diet.

Read more here @ whfoods

jennifer rice

Jennifer Rice is a lover of all things living and has dedicated her life to making a difference to all those who cross her path.
A passion for mind and body movement has led her into a long and successful career in pilates; teaching on a global scale, with clients in Canada, New Zealand, Dubai,LA and Jordan and more recently, Spain.
Her understanding of how the human body performs, combined with her extensive knowledge of nutrition and natural health therapies, allow Jennifer to be the complete wellness expert.
Not content to just help humans, Jennifer has a heart for animals and has been known to spend her time, when she isn’t working with clients or in her garden, at her local animal refuge centre, donating her time to our furry or feathered friends in need.
A wanderlust spirit keeps Jennifer on the move and her worldly outlook on life brings a refreshing point of view; always with a smile and an open heart

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