Ready for a super easy, light, ultra healthy entrée recipe? And one that tastes awesome to boot? 😉 This one is grain/gluten free, dairy free and sugar free. Its filling and loaded with flavor. I have discovered Quinoa to be the perfect base for a plethora of fun, healthy dishes. So, without further ado, here is another one for ya 😉
Who would have thought there was such a thing as 100% healthy, energy infusing, get-glowing-skin muffins? Packed with antioxidents, omega 3 fatty acids, protein and fiber, these guys offer a lot of bang for your nutritional buck. Dense, slightly crunchy and lightly sweet. And. Low in calories as well as filling.
Sound like a dream? Its not.
Here’s the recipe. And its an easy one at that, so get excited!
Recipe #11. This one is an oldie but a goodie. This photo was taken in my rookie period, during which I had ZERO experience with photographing food and was just beginning to get my toes wet. So please excuse that this food photo isn’t quite up to par with my other ones. That aside, this dish is simple but really manages to hit the spot.
Its gluten-free and sugar-free. It can be made lactose-free by omitting the cheese (though that would really change the nature of the dish). You could substitute in goat cheese which would probably taste pretty good.
Here we go with recipe #5. Banana bread is such a nostalgic dish isn’t it? I feel like most people, at one point or another during their childhood, were served banana bread by Mom. Its a simple dish but so incredibly yummy. This version is just as good as the one you remember, but its gluten-free, refined sugar-free and lactose-free.
This is it, folks. Recipe #1!!! Exciting stuff.
For the very first recipe of this soon-to-be-scrumptious blog, I thought in light of the darkness and chill that has been moving in swiftly with autumn, I would go with something colorful, warm, comforting and delightful. The zing from the red onions and starchy sweetness of the sweet potatoes balances surprisingly well with the pomegranate seeds. They add a surge of light, juicy pop to the dish with the most subtle spark of tart. Trust me. When you try it all together, the end combination of all flavors involved is a really tasty treat.