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They must be out of their gourd!
Blueberry Squash Breakfast
I made this nutrient dense breakfast Thanksgiving morning a few years ago and now has become a part of our morning breakfast rotation. It makes four servings and it keeps well in the fridge for a few days. This recipe has no added sugar and plenty of fiber and phyto-nutrients.Read More …
Aw yeah... The Mother Chip!
Easy Movie Night Kale Chips
Kale chips are easy to make. Raw food purists prefer to use a dehydrator. However, if you do not have a dehydrator, you can easily make them in your oven. Later in this post, we discuss another interesting reason why you may want to make these in the oven. ThisRead More …
Pie love with a protein punch.
A Cutie Pie: Protein Sweet Potato Pie
The combination of nutrients eaten in a meal is as important as the number of calories in the meal. Our “Cutie pie: Protein Sweet Potato Pie is an example of tasty treat that is also well-balanced. Sweet Potato without the extra sugar and butter is an excellent weight loss food.Read More …
What's a hummus fiend to do?
Any Bean Hummus!
I had some left over kidney beans from my favorite homemade bean recipe, so I thought I would make one of my favorite Middle Eastern foods: Hummus! Traditional hummus is made with garbanzo beans (chick peas) tahini (sesame seed paste) lemon, garlic, salt and olive oil. Once blended together, garnishedRead More …