Meal Plan 02/04 – 02/10 2018

So last week I reaped the benefits of so much fiber in my diet. While I'll be having the same dinners as my husband this week, I have decided to keep the Green Morning Juice for breakfast and the Cleansing Veggie Soup in, but this time for lunch. It just made me feel good and... Continue Reading →

Creamy Sesame Salad Dressing (For 1)

This is a quick salad dressing I make for 1. If you want to make this for more, simply multiply the recipe. INGREDIENTS: 1/4 TSP Agave Nectar (I Use Agave Nectar for the Low Glycemic Index but if you don't have this on hand, feel free to substitute with regular white sugar) 1 TBS Rice... Continue Reading →

“Fried Rice” ‘d Cauliflower

For my lunches this week I made a large batch of fried riced cauliflower. Now just so you're warned, this is not fried rice so don't expect fried rice. It won't have the same texture, it won't have the same taste, it won't leave you stuffed like a plate of fried rice. HOWEVER, it WILL... Continue Reading →

Korean Pears

So obviously I didn't "make these" but this is my mid-morning snack this week and for those of you who have never had one, I thought I'd introduce you to the Korean Pear, aka. Shinko Pear. These fruits are one of my FAVORITES!!!!! They're super crisp like the crispiest apple yet watery and juicy, like... Continue Reading →

A Cleansing Veggie Soup

So I'm cleansing this week. What does that really mean? Well this week, that means I'm adding a ton of fiber to my diet, omitting excess oils, sugars, and salts, and really, just focusing on a simple and clean menu so I can help heal my gut and let my insides reset themselves. For dinner... Continue Reading →

Lemon Mint Salad Dressing

One of my favorite go to salad dressings is this lemon mint dressing. I LOVE LOVE LOVE mint so adding it to my lemony salad dressing was a no brainer.  You can make this and keep in the fridge for about 2 weeks. This works great as a marinade for tofu as well and for... Continue Reading →

Kale & Quinoa Salad

This salad is light and refreshing on a thousand degree day like it was today (I exaggerate - it was like 84, but in my defense, it IS still January). Anyway... it's light BUT it's packed with protein, healthy fats, and a BUNCH of fiber so you won't end your meal feeling hungry. I don't... Continue Reading →

Plain (Healthier) Hummus

Have you ever noticed that some recipes have a bunch of stuff in them that just really aren't necessary? Nothing could be truer for me than with hummus. The first time I made hummus, I looked up a recipe and followed it to the T. Chickpeas, check; tahini, check; olive oil, check. But as I... Continue Reading →

How to Rice your Cauliflower

When I was younger I (like many of you) could eat anything with no side effects. Unfortunately, as I've aged, I've noticed that my body doesn't process certain foods the way it did in my youth. Rice is one of those food that affects me differently these days, white rice especially. As soon as I... Continue Reading →

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