Here's a nice assortment of meals for a whole day of grubbing. 😋
Sippin' on tea ☕️ is my new THANG 🌱 which goes perfectly well w my meals + keeps me hydrated 💦
- Starting w my day w womankind from @pukkaherbsus which contains vitamin b6, b2 + b5 + tastes so unbelievably delish 😋
- Then toast w egg 🍳 + avocado 🥑 + popcorn 🍿 + a bed of greens 🌿w another egg 🍳 + avocado + grapes 🍇 n dinner is toast w various nuts 🥜 + olives + a cookie 🍪 w @pukkaherbsus love tea ☕️💕 which is lovely right before bed, relaxing me w chamomile + lavender 💜
Have a great day 🌿
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LOADED RAINBOW WARM SALAD 🥗 When you crave for salads in the heart but also want to handle the coldness in winter, warm salad is the way to go :) This gigantic salad bowl I made for lunch on Sunday consisted of chopped baby spinach, warm sprouted lentils, roasted balsamic beetroot, fresh blueberries, cherry tomatoes and lots toasted pumpkin seeds, walnuts and pine nuts. Topped with nutritional yeast @nutraorganics and hemp hearts @hempfoodsaustralia + Maple lemony dressing 😊 This combo is refreshing yet hearty, definitely filling too! SO GOOD 😍 .
P.s. If you haven’t sprouted lentils before you gotta try it! It’s a life changer! Lemme know if you wanna know how to make it, all you need is lentils, a clean glass jar and water 😂
✖️LOADED RAINBOW LOADED SALAD: roast the chopped beetroot with EVOO @redislandevoo and balsamic vinegar at 180oC for 20-25oC till softened. Meanwhile bring the sprouted lentils to boil so that they are nice and warm (if you don’t want a cold salad)
🌸 Maple lemony dressing inspired by @maddielymburner : juices from 1 small lemon + 1.5 tsp EVOO + 1 tsp maple syrup or to taste 💕
🥣 In a bowl of chopped baby spinach add in the roasted beetroot and warm lentils, toss with cherry tomato halves, fresh blueberries , toasted nuts and seeds of choice and the dressing 💕
EAT THE ONE YOU LIKE *as long as you do this in a smart way 🍫 Credits to @thefashionfitnessfoodie for developing this visual. Which one is your favourite?
When we look at the calories and macro's we see no big difference between those 3. The biggest difference between the three is the following. The darker the chocolate the more cocoa it has, whilst white chocolate has no cocoa at all. Cocoa contains polyphenols, which are antioxidants that provide small health benefits when it’s part of a healthy, varied and balanced diet. This is why people claim the dark chocolate as ‘healthy’ because they contain more cocoa and therefore more antioxidants and more potential benefit.
Do we find these antioxidants only in cocoa? Nope, we find these in fruit and vegetables for example as well so we don’t need to eat chocolate to enjoy those benefits.
If you like dark chocolate, great enjoy this in moderation but don’t take this as a free pass to gorge on large amounts because chocolate in general (white or dark) is high in fat, calories and sugar. My point comes back to the fact that no food or nutrient is healthy nor unhealthy. Balance, moderation and variety is key. It's more than okay to enjoy a little piece of chocolate every now and then, even if it's the white version. There's no fun in having to munch on dark chocolate, which you may not like, because it's supposed to be 'healthy'. So eat the chocolate you like, in moderation, along with a wide range, healthy and balanced diet.
BIG LOVE NUB 💛
So this is meal isn't winning any awards for most aesthetic food ever, but it was pretty tasty.
This is one of those "don't knock it till your try it" recipes that I randomly threw together, but it will definitely be in the rotation for a while now!
What you need:
- 150 grams cooked sweet potato - 2 tbsp PB2
- 1 slice cooked bacon
- Pure maple syrup
What to do:
Dice or mashed sweet potato and place in a bowl.
Pour bacon grease over the potato
Drizzle maple syrup, then pb2 over the sweet potato
Crumble bacon and sprinkle on top
Add a pinch of salt
Snack time made EASY. Throw some hummus in the botton of a small mason jar and add your favorite veggies. Grab for a quick, healthy snack at home or perfect for on the go. Mason jars are giving me LIFE this week! 🙌🏻
I use almond milk pretty much everyday - in smoothies, pasta sauces, creams, desserts and more - but many of the store bought brands contain additives that diminish its nutritional value. In addition, almond milk (and other milks) tend to be sold in plastic cartons that have a long life and rarely get recycled. To make sure I get the most nutrients out of my milk, and help reduce my impact on the planet, I started making my own milk. It’s super easy and all you need is almonds, water, salt and a nut milk bag! -
1 cup raw almonds, soaked overnight in water
4 cups filtered water
Pinch of sea salt
Process soaked almonds, water and salt in a high speed blender for 1-2 minutes. Strain using a nut milk bag (or a thin dish towel). Squeeze the liquid out and save the almond pulp to make granola or cookies later! Store milk in an airtight jar and refrigerate. This milk has lasted me a week though I tend to drink it very quickly. You can also sweeten and flavor your milk with dates, vanilla extract or cocoa powder. Shake before use as it will naturally separate.
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🥘 😋 🥘 delicious breakfast/lunch for Monday mood: need all the protein and energy to start the week: organic eggs, spinach, kale, arugula, ham, salami, tomatoes and a potato seasoned with black pepper, Himalayan pink salt and touch of milk 😋🥘😋 вкусный завтрак протеин и энергия для начало недели: яички, шпинат, листовая капуста, ветчина, помидор, картошка, сервелат, гималайская соль, перец и чуточку молока 🥘😋🥘
Eat yo veggies guys! Nutrition and fitness go hand in hand! Properly fueling your body so it has enough nutrients to repair and build new muscle is key! Protein, carbs, and fats are the primary macros you need to create energy and fuel your workouts, but quality is super important! We need those micronutrients for our overall health and well being! Make sure to add fresh produce and nutrient dense food to your plates! Salads are my favorite way to get some veggies in, and this one was so simple and delicious!👇
🥗 1-2 C Spinach
🥗 4 oz grilled chicken
🥗 Handful of carrots, chopped
🥗 1/4 avocado
🥗 Shredded cheese
🥗 2 Tbs. Bolthouse ranch dressing
💗 Happy Monday!
Flackers fans make the Best. Salads. Period. 📸 by @better_with_berries
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tasting the rainbow for lunch today.... sliced tomatoes, roasted carrots and parsnips, a fried egg with everything but the bagel seasoning, sautéed spinach using @fourthandheart ghee, micro greens, and @flackerscrackers
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BOLOGNESA VEGETARIANA Y PASTA
Ayer se me antojó hacer pasta, pero para la bolognesa utilicé arroz de coliflor y quedó delicioso
Arroz de coliflor
Puré de tomate natural
Tomate en trozos
Sazonados de vegetales
Sal de mar
Pasta penne y tortiglioni Barilla
Ok so I have a little bowl theme going on my page and I decided to do something savory to switch it up! Just got home from work and haven’t eaten yet, so I wanted a pretty well balanced meal! I used to make this for myself all the time idk why I stopped cus it’s so good and filling!!! 🌿spinach on the bottom
🌿brown rice 🌿pan fried tofu marinated in teriyaki & coconut aminos 🌿edamame beans 🌿black beans
So good and good for you! Good source of carbs, fat & protein. I added more beans and then some broccoli on top too after the pic was taken hehe. Yum yum ok enjoy!!!
Made these delicious Lamb Meatballs for the week, with a Side of Greek salad. These are super simple to make and also great to freeze for a later time! Recipe below for the meatballs:
- 2lbs of ground lamb. Ours is organic and grass fed from
- 2 tsp dried thyme
- 3 tsp dried oregano
- 2 stalks of fresh rosemary, finely cut
- Salt/pepper to taste
- 2 pinches of red pepper flakes
- Olive oil to grease the pan
- 2 tbs coconut flour
- 2 eggs. Ours are pasture raised also from •
Preheat oven to 350F and prepare a pan with some greased foil. In a large bowl combine all seasonings, ground lamb, cracked eggs, coconut flour and mix together. I like to this with my hands so everything really mixes well. You’ll then want to make the meatballs and put them into the pan. I like to use an ice cream scoop so they’re all the exact same size, I then form them with my hands and make sure they’re packed and formed. This will go into the oven for 25 minutes. Make sure you let it rest for 10 minuets before chowing down on them! You can freeze these cooked meatballs in a freezer bag and simply thaw them out and reheat.
No solemos hacer pasta, pero el otro día descubrimos esta integral de ajo y albahaca y ¡no pudimos resisitirnos! La preparamos con cebolla, puerro, zanahoria, los tallos de unos trigueros y un surtido de cherrys asados y ¡que riquísima estaba! 😋😋😋 ¿Cúal es vuestra receta favorita para cocinar pasta? #foodieliciosoathome#healthyrecipes#veggie#pasta
Queso de Almendras 🌸(Tipo Mozarella)
1 tz de almendras sin piel
1 1/2 tz de agua
4 cdas de harina de tapioca
3 cdas de fécula de maíz
1 cdita de sal
3 cdas de aceite vegetal
Ajo, cebolla y pimienta al gusto
1. Colocar todos los ingredientes en la licuadora o procesador de alimentos y licuar/procesar por lo menos 1 min
2. Vertir la mezcla en una cacerola a fuego medio y cocinar por unos minutos hasta que se comienze a espesar
3. Retirar cuando la mezcla ya esté muy pegajosa y colocar en un molde
4. Refrigerar por al menos 5 horas
La almendra es una excelente fuente de calcio, proteínas, hierro y vitamina A, tiene la capacidad de rejuvenecer los tejidos. El contenido de calcio de las almendras las transforma en un muy buen sustituto de los productos lácteos. El consumo de 10 almendras al día equivale a comer espinaca, ya que la almendra es una fuente considerable de hierro, que ayuda a subir la producción de glóbulos rojos. La almendra contiene 20 gr de proteínas por cada 100 gr, por lo tanto es una buena fuente de aminoácidos esenciales. La almendra supera la mayoría de frutos secos en cuanto a su contenido en fibra (10%), hecho que beneficia al tránsito intestinal. Esto contribuye a su vez a elevar los niveles de colecistoquinina, una hormona producida en el intestino delgado que inhibe el apetito. Es por ello que aún y su elevado aporte calórico se recomiendan dosis moderadas en dietas de adelgazamiento.