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This fall, enjoy the foliage with a drive to your local orchard. Not sure what to do with the bags of fresh-picked apples? Bake them into an apple almond galette offered by the Kidney Kitchen as a healthy alternative to the high fat, high-caloric supermarket apple pies.

Apple Almond Galette

6 servings

4 baking apples, peeled, cored and sliced thin 1 tablespoon butter 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon ground ginger 2...

This month's recipe from the Kidney Kitchen will satisfy your morning hunger and send a sweet smell permeating throughout the house- all in a kidney-friendly manner, of course! These breakfast sticky buns act as a good replacement to the often high-calorie, high-fat morning donut or strudel.




Breakfast Sticky Buns

16 servings Ingredients:

1 package active dry yeast ¼ cup warm water ¾ cup rice...

Summer is an ideal time to hit the beach, catch up with neighbors or take up a new sport. It's also a great time to reap the fruits (or veggies) of your labor. Use that garden you worked so hard on this spring or support your local farm stand, all the while keeping your kidneys in mind. The Kidney Kitchen has come up with a simple cucumber salad recipe that's fit for any summer occasion.

Szechwan Cucumber Salad

4 teaspoons diced...

Picture this: You are sitting outside on the patio, the sun is shining, the birds are chirping and all your neighbors are poking their noses over the fence to bask in the smell of your barbecue. What, you may say, is grilling? How about this kidney-friendly grilled low-salt flat bread.

"This is a great BBQ recipe for the summer. You can sprinkle your favorite salt-free seasonings on your flat bread for a variety of flavors or use...

On the fourth Thursday of every November, Americans around the country get together with family and friends and give thanks for all that’s good in their lives -- including health. Thanksgiving Day is also a day full of food. From stuffing to turkey to potatoes, the holiday fare can be full of sodium and off limits to kidney patients. In honor of Turkey Day, the Kidney Kitchen is offering recipes for the entire holiday party so that...

Whether it's wearing that tacky sweater that's been waiting in the closet all year, attempting to out-light the neighbors or bravely setting your alarm clock for 3 AM the day after Thanksgiving, the winter holiday season is replete with traditions. Baking holiday cookies is one custom that no one wants to miss and now no one has to. This kidney-friendly holiday cookie recipe will have your taste buds singing carols.

Cranberry Filled...

It's that time of year again when you feel the cool breeze in the morning and the sun begins to set earlier each day. An outing to your local farm stand or orchard is the perfect way to enjoy the foliage and the fall fruit. But don't just settle for the usual Macintosh apple--go for a nice Anjou or Bartlett pear and make a nice autumn snack--a pear and almond parfait that's kidney friendly.

Pear & Almond Parfait (4 servings)


This Spring you can whip up a kidney-friendly pound cake that won't have guests packing on the pounds. Low in sodium, sugar and phosphorous, this blueberry lemon delight is a guilt-free way to enjoy those long days with friends and family.

Blueberry Lemon Pound Cake

No fat cottage cheese

Trans fat free unsalted butter

Fresh eggs

Fat free lemon yogurt

Vanilla extract

Lemon Juice




Catching up on all your social obligations this summer and inviting friends and family over every weekend? The Kidney Kitchen has a light, easy and beautiful rum pear tart dessert to cap off any dinner with a flair.


Rum Pear Tarts - Makes 4 servings

Ingredients 1/2 packages 3 oz. vanilla pudding, cook and serve 1 cup rice milk, unfortified 1 1/2 teaspoons rum extract 1 Bartlett pear 1 package, mini phyllo cups (12...