Is it me, or does this smoothie just look like a spa?! Celebrating this AMAZING weather in Brooklyn with a Raspberry Cucumber Smoothie Bowl! That’s right, cucumber. Cucumbers are one of my favorite summer smoothie ingredients because they are super hydrating and taste soo refreshing! See recipe details below.
When the weather gets warmer, I crave all of the hydrating, fresh foods. I love this gazpacho dish because it’s super hydrating and refreshing – perfect for summer! I paired it with Sakara Life chia tortillas to dip. This recipe is raw, vegan, and gluten free. All you need is a blender to make!
Easy, peasy lunch in less than 10 mins – Cauliflower Fried Rice! Best part is it’s made with mostly frozen ingredients so it’s really easy to have them on hand. This is my go to meal when I need I’m low on groceries. Frozen produce is great because it’s a cheaper alternative to fresh produce and frozen produce are picked at their peak ripeness aka they contain the max nutritional content. Fresh produce is often picked before it’s ripe do that it ripens on the store shelves. So I’d say it’s a win-win 🙌🏻
Cauliflower crust pizza that actually stays together? I got youu.
Made this cauliflower crust with riced cauliflower, cassava flour, 2 eggs, salt, avocado oil and topped with mozz, tomato sauce, fresh basil, and tomatoes. See the full recipe below! It serves about 2 people depending on how many toppings you put on it.
I made my Gluten Free, Added Sugar Free Pumpkin Bread a little bit differently this week. It is a very similar recipe, but has a liter spin on it. As usual, it is made with real food ingredients And let me tell you it is GOOD! This recipe makes 1 loaf, which I typically cut into 6 slices. The best part is, it is LESS THAN 200 CALORIES PER SLICE (1 slice = 1/6 loaf). That is correct! It is less calories than those bars most people are snacking on and waayyyy more delicious. Check out this easy recipe below and please comment if you give it a try!
Eating low sugar is BIG right now. When I was originally testing out this way of eating, I had no problem putting together low sugar meals, but really struggled to find low sugar snacks. Snack foods for me primarily looked like fruit and nut butter (which although contains natural sugar, still contains sugar) or some sort of healthy bar, which unfortunately typically contain added sugars.
If you’re experiencing similar struggles, you might like my egg muffin snack idea! They are super easy to make and full of proteins and healthy fats so that they actually keep you full. They are also great if you have some extra veggies in the fridge that you’re not sure what to do with. I’ll show the recipe that I used to make them, but the veggies can vary. See recipe below!