If you’re a lover of trail mix, this’ll be one that you’ll want to incorporate in your life! Deliciously savory, crunchy, & subtly sweet to perfection! The best part? You don’t need much of it to nourish the body to satisfy your craving for a savory and sweet snack. Also, a perfect handful is an excellent pre-workout snack! Are you ready to slow down your aging process through food?
My first experience with lentils wasn’t the most magically delicious. It actually convoluted my opinion about them. Continue reading
Happy snacking 🙂
I love to have crunch in my salads, along with having a healthy snack ready and available for the adventure. No matter if its on its own, ready for dipping, or crumbled on a salad!
If you love the aroma of fresh herbs, then this will be a great crunchy treat for you!
This cracker loaded in protein, fiber, healthy fats, and powerful herbs that support the immune system!
Oat milk is one of the easiest and most economic milk alternatives to make at home 🙂 There’s various ways to make oat milk, and many ways to use it as well!
The greatest benefit of making your own oat milk is knowing exactly what’s in it. There’s no question or curiosity of potential preservatives, chemicals, or artificial flavors when you make your own “milk” at home. Continue reading
It took me years to really dive into the whole chia seed trend due to conflicting research I continued to come across regarding the fun gel coat that makes chia seeds so delicious! This fun superfood can be eaten in various recipes, completely raw, or soaked, providing the body with loads of nutritional energy!
So far, my favorite way to eat these little yummies are in pudding form, soaked in fresh oat milk! Perfect for those that are sensitive to dairy, and are looking for a fibrous, protein packed plant based snack. Or, even meal!
If you’re an oatmeal lover like I am, then I’m sure you’ll enjoy this easy superfood oatmeal for breakfast, lunch, or even dinner!
It’s quick and easy to make, and even makes a perfect “on the go” snack 🙂
If you happen to have blood sugar sensitivities, eating bananas for breakfast may be something you want be cautious of. So, you can definitely enjoy oatmeal with bananas as an afternoon snack.
Consuming higher sugar fruits in the later part of the day tends to support the blood sugar much more efficiently than earlier in the day. So, if you’re looking to have these oats for breakfast, you can switch the banana for lower glycemic fruits like berries. If you plan on having this later in the afternoon around 3pm -7pm, then using the bananas shouldn’t be a disruption to your blood sugar. Continue reading
Earlier this week I was lying wide awake in bed creating recipes in my head at 3:30 am. I laid in bed for another hour and a half until the gym opened at 5a, went to my workout, came back home, and setup in the kitchen! Was able to put the ideas to the blender, and was pleasantly surprised!
I’ve recently started a kick with making simple kale smoothies with spinach, blueberries, and Vietnamese cinnamon. I used to make them often in the past, but took a long vacation from them. The final product came out as a dark, rich, purple, similar to the color of acai. This instantly triggered my initial thought, “could I make a mock acai bowl out of this?” Continue reading