Archives for April 2016

Blueberry Breakfast

  Did you know one serving of blueberries contains almost 25% of your daily requirement of vitamin C? Vitamin C is necessary for growth and development of tissues and promotes wound healing. Blueberries are also high in manganese. Manganese helps the body process cholesterol and nutrients such as carbohydrates and protein. They’re also a good source of dietary fiber. We all know what fiber does. 🙂 Now eat those blueberries!  

Black Bean Veggie Tacos

It doesn’t get more delicious than this! I’ve got your summertime veggie tacos right here. Ingredients: 2 cans of organic black beans (drained and rinsed) 1 can of white northern beans (drained and rinsed) 4 small organic english cucumbers sliced thin (can also dice 2 regular organic cucumbers) 1.5 cups of mango chopped 1.5 cups of organic corn 1.5 cups of cherry tomatoes chopped handful of fresh parsley chopped handful of fresh cilantro chopped sea salt and ground black pepper to taste organic lettuce chopped juice of one lime your favorite tortillas or taco shells (we tried out a mix

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Blueberry Smoothie Bowl

A smoothie bowl is a fun way to change up your traditional smoothie and make it feel more like a hearty meal. I like to make my smoothies a bit thicker for this. Ingredients: 2 frozen ripe bananas 1 cup of fresh blueberries 1 handful of spinach 1 scoop of my Sunwarrior vanilla protein powder 1 cup of filtered water Blend all ingredients together.  Add more water if you want the smoothie to be thinner.  If you add too much and it becomes too thin, just add 1/3 of an avocado and that will thicken it right up.  You can also

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Raw Raspberry Sorbet

  Ingredients: 2 medium frozen ripe bananas 1 cup of frozen berries of your choice 2 medjool dates Splash of rice milk or coconut milk Blend in the food processor And voila!  You have a homemade healthy delicious sorbet!

Nicecream Sundae

When you eat a plant based diet, you can enjoy ice cream for lunch! This couldn’t be easier. Bottom layer:  frozen ripe bananas Top layer=frozen blueberries Put in the food processor and blend! That’s it!  You can add a tablespoon of almond butter or peanut butter to the food processor when you are blending the frozen bananas if you want to change up the taste!  Add raw cacao powder to the frozen bananas for some chocolate nicecream.  

Smoothie Pops

Nothing like a healthy treat to cool off on a hot day! Make your own Popsicles from your favorite smoothies!   I poured a raspberry/strawberry smoothie into the Popsicle mold about half way, then set it in the freezer for about 35-45 minutes so it has time to freeze and set. Then make an orange banana smoothie and poured that into the Popsicle mold to fill it the rest of the way. Pop it back into the freezer for a few hours and you have yourself, colorful, healthy, delicious Popsicles that are perfect for a warm summer day!  

Vibrant Kale Salad

  Get in your greens with a beautiful kale salad.  Chop and toss these ingredients together: kale tomatoes green onion cucumber peppers Drizzle with a balsamic mixed with a high quality mustard for some tang!! We mixed up some guacamole and had carrots for dipping as well.  Check the recipe tab for my delicious guacamole recipe!