Just because Halloween is over, doesn’t mean I’ve stopped making healthier Halloween treats. These Chickpea Crunch bars are my new jam. They are super easy to make and the taste reminds me so much of classic ‘Crunch’ candy bars. You only need 5 ingredients to make this recipe and the ingredients I used are gluten free and dairy free.Continue reading “Chickpea Crunch Bars”
As I have previously mentioned, I experienced being on Food Stamps (SNAP) for 1 week for a project in my Community Nutrition class this past semester. To see my full one week food stamps experience, check out my post here. As a follow up to this experience, I wanted to be more mindful of more affordable food options and incorporate ‘budget-friendly recipes’ into my blog. I have since created a tab of budget recipes on my page. As a continuation, this post will discuss more affordable healthy groceries.Continue reading “Affordable Healthy Groceries”
I have another pantry staple recipe for you this week, using chickpeas: Chickpea Cookie Dough. If you missed my post last week, I posted a variety of Pantry Staple Recipes using popular pantry staple items.
I’ve seen a lot of sweet chickpea recipes- anything from chickpea cookies to chickpea blondies. I decided to put my can of chickpeas to use and make a sweet dessert. This chickpea cookie dough is made with 6 simple ingredients and is gluten free and vegan. The best part is it can be made in 5 minutes or less!Continue reading “Chickpea Cookie Dough”
As I said in my recent post, My One Week Food Stamps Experience Project, I am adding budget-friendly recipes to my page. This Sweet Potatoes, Black Beans, & Avocado recipe is my second budget-friendly recipe. You can find all of my budget-friendly recipes here. This meal is balanced with protein, healthy fat, and fiber. It is both nutrient-dense and satiating. I personally love this recipe because it’s super easy to make and tastes delicious!Continue reading “Sweet Potatoes, Black Beans, & Avocado”
As I said in my recent post, My One Week Food Stamps Experience Project, I am adding budget-friendly recipes to my page. This is my first budget-friendly recipe that is for breakfast. You can find all of my budget-friendly recipes here. This Banana Peanut Butter Oatmeal recipe can be made either hot or cold. The best part is it requires minimal kitchen gadgets to make!Continue reading “Banana Peanut Butter Oatmeal”
As I posted on my instagram , I experienced being on Food Stamps (SNAP) for 1 week for a project in my Community Nutrition class. SNAP budget is $40 per week for a single person and limited to only non-prepared foods. For example, you are able to purchase raw chicken; however, rotisserie chicken is not allowed under the SNAP program.Continue reading “My One Week Food Stamps Experience”