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Recipes from our Chef
“Nourishing, colorful and delicious food has always inspired my love for cooking and creating recipes. I’m so excited to share some of my favorites with you! ”
– Jess Cerra
Made in part with almond flour, these waffles are loaded with protein and a sweet, nutty flavor, plus a bit of texture from whole oats. They are sure to become a staple on your breakfast menu and will keep you going during a long training sesh. Try making them ahead of time, then store in the fridge, and toast to reheat and go.
Golden beets and chard are known to be some of the most nutrient powerful foods. Both provide anti-inflammatory and detoxification support, while chard contains mighty doses of vitamins A, , and K. Plus, they look beautiful together on a plate and compliment the unique use of fennel in this recipe.
Fresh Fry A mixture of fresh and stir-fried veggies makes this dish a standout. Robust red cabbage provides a heaping dose of vitamins C, K, and antioxidants and when stir-fried becomes soft and buttery. Fresh bok choy is juicy and sweet, the perfect counterbalance...
Farro is an ancient grain that is quickly becoming trendy. Originally from the Middle East, this grain is ideal for athletes because it is a carbohydrate that is also a great source of protein and fiber. You will probably see farro popping up on restaurant menus this spring, but here is an easy recipe, filled with colorful spring vegetables, that you can make at home.
Perfect soft boiled eggs catching your eye? They are handy for a quick protein fix when you don’t have poultry or meat available or time to make it. Start by sourcing farm-fresh eggs and then follow the guide in this recipe. Usually found at locally owned grocers, Farmer’s market, or by consulting with a farm-to-table restaurant on farms or locations to buy farm-fresh eggs. The robust flavors of fresh, local lettuce and veggies also make something simple taste like so much more.
Here’s a great way to use a rotisserie chicken to make a flavorful meal in less than 30 minutes. Customize the dish by adding the extra veggies from your CSA box or produce drawer and serve over rice, quinoa, or potatoes.
Breakfast, snack, or dessert, this coconut chia pudding delivers. Chia seeds create a smooth and creamy pudding, contain healthy amounts of fiber, and expand in the stomach, leaving you feeling full and satisfied for hours. Fun, tropical toppings brighten up this dish, and possibly a cold winter day.
Looking for a large batch recipe that will provide meals for the week? Loaded with veggies in a thick, rich broth, this chicken tortilla soup has you covered. Serve with rice, sweet potatoes, or tortillas to load up for or recover from a big training session.
Nicoise salad is spruced up in this recipe with a yummy herb vinaigrette. Serving it with simple grilled chicken is also an affordable and easy protein choice.
Looking for a quick dinner or lunch hookup? Look no further. This recipe is packed with all the nutrition you need to keep your appetite satisfied and energy high. Plus, it makes four large servings that can be made ahead of time, so you have meals ready to go during your busy week.