Growing up in South Africa, pancakes aka crumpets, were a teatime treat but over time Frank and I also got used to eating them at breakfast thanks to this healthy recipe.
For most people one of the things they miss the most when going grain-free or gluten-free is bread. They miss their toast in the morning or having a sandwich at lunchtime and gluten-free crackers or a collard wrap just doesn’t cut it.
When you are on a paleo diet, breakfast can seem a bit restrictive without most grain-based carbohydrates, but there are plenty of paleo breakfast recipes filled healthy fats to keep you feeling full and satisfied and well fueled until lunch.
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What if you could drink your way to glowing skin? When it comes to your body, especially your skin, you are what you eat. Eating a diet full of phytonutrients, vitamin C, and healthy fats can give you that glow. One of the most delicious and nutritious ways to do that is to whip up this Healthy Glow Smoothie.
When you are gluten-free and craving a sandwich, this collard greens wrap recipe could just be the next best thing since sliced bread. A Southern staple, collard greens are packed with Vitamin A and K as well as a healthy dose of folate, manganese and calcium. A combination of fresh vegetables, healthy fats, and a tasty spread, like hummus, will make this sandwich alternative a lunch
Spring has been unusually cold, and the chilly temps have us craving something sweet and nurturing. This thick, creamy, chocolatey smoothie bowl really hits the spot (without the guilt).
Like other smoothie bowl recipes, this requires a little bit of prep the night before to create a really thick base in the morning; from there, it’s as simple as making a standard (yet extra delicious) smoothie.
Seems like breakfast smoothie are all the rage these days, so it got me thinking, why not come up with a thick luscious creamy and, of course, healthy recipe that would make the perfect breakfast in bed treat to serve someone you love (or yourself).
The smoothie bowl requires a little bit of prep the night before so that you have a really thick base to start with in the morning; otherwise, it’s as simple as making a regular smoothie.
The weather has finally begun to warm up and all around us nature is waking up in full glory after its winter slumber. It’s the prettiest time of the year, however, if you are an allergy sufferer, it can also be a cruel time of year. So load up on foods rich in Quercetin, a mild natural antihistamine found in many foods including apples, blueberries and kale. To get the full impact, combine them in a fresh, delicious green smoothie.
The days are finally getting longer and the sun is definitely starting to have some warmth to it. If you look closely, daffodils are slowly starting to poke through the ground. Spring is on it’s way–and what better way to celebrate the new season than with a new smoothie recipe.