1 8 gram yeast packet
1 8 gram yeast packet
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, because it sets up your digestive system to burn calories or store them. If you skip breakfast your body will think it needs to store calories for a famine, instead of burn what you consume throughout the entire day. Your body will function on LOW and you’re going to feel tired.
Smoothies take 5 minutes to make and you can take them to go. I find even when my belly doesn’t feel like eating breakfast, because it’s too early and I’m too tired. I can still drink a smoothie, maybe even in the car on my way to work, or at work.
When you make smoothies, the most important part is for it to contain protein, to increase your energy. I always aim for a minimum of 10g of protein per person.
CREATE YOUR OWN SMOOTHIE RECIPE
frozen strawberries frozen blueberries
frozen mixed berries celery
kale or any leafy green
unsweetened coconut milk
unsweetened almond milk cinnamon
Most Important Ingredients contain protein:
soft tofu (non GMO)
almond butter any nuts or nut butter
plant based protein powder
Strawberry Almond Smoothie
2 tablespoons unsalted almond butter
3/4 cup light unsweetened coconut milk
1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
1/2 cup frozen organic strawberries
2 tablespoon hemp hearts
2 tablespoon chia seeds
With a blender mix everything together until smooth. Enjoy!
Mixed Berry Green Smoothie
1 cup of Kale
1/2 cup of mixed berried
1/2 lime wedge (peeled)
1 cup almond milk
small hand full of walnuts
Mix everything together with a blender until smooth. Enjoy!
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This is the simplest fudge I’ve ever made. It’s very rich and you only need a little to satisfy your sweet tooth. You can feel good about the sugar content, it is just the dark chocolate chips. I just love it, and I think you will too!
Dark Chocolate Fudge
3 cups dark chocolate chips
3/4 cup full fat coconut milk
2 tbls coconut oil
Place chips in large bowl. Combine Coconut milk and coconut oil in microwave safe bowl and microwave until hot, about 1 1/2 minutes. Pour hot mixture over chips and let stand 2 minutes. Mix until totally smooth. Line mini muffin tin with mini liners. Fill each liner to the top. Freeze or refrigerate until set. Store in fridge or freezer. Sprinkle a little sea salt over each if desired. Enjoy!
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When I first decided to clean up my diet I knew I had to add more greens. Kale has built up a reputation of being a “super” green. So I knew I should start eating kale.
I was most intrigued by kale chips, which is now my favourite way to eat kale, but there are many ways to eat kale.
Boiled or Steamed
Wash it, tear it from the stem and throw it in a pot of boiling water. This is the simplest way to eat kale. I will do this with pasta or throw it in with rice as it’s boiling. The kale will take about 5 minutes to cook to be soft and edible. Don’t bother with the stems, they are extremely tough. It’s also good on its own as a side. Cover the bottom of a frying pan with water, bring it to a boil and fill the pan with kale, let it steam until soft, add salt and pepper or any desired seasoning.
You have probably noticed how tough kale is, and maybe you’ve tried to eat it raw and thought this doesn’t seem edible. The secret to eating raw kale is once you have rinsed it clean, torn it away from the stem into bite size pieces and put into a bowl, pour a table spoon or so of olive oil and squeeze half a lemon over it. Massage the oil in with your hands, this actually takes the toughness away. You can than add more salad ingredients to it or just eat it on its own.
This is my favourite, crispy kale chips. A great snack or side dish.
1 bunch of kale
1 table spoons of coconut oil
1 table spoon of sea salt
Preheat oven to 350. Spoon 1 table spoon of coconut oil on a baking sheet and put in oven to melt. Rinse kale and tear into chip size pieces avoiding the hard stem. Bake for 10 minutes, check chips and stir. Bake for 2-5 more minutes. It’s a very fine line between great crispy kale chips and burnt kale chips, watch carefully when returning to the oven.
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