As far as I’m concerned, you can never have too many salad recipes! Here’s a quick and tasty one!
Until next time…namaste my friends.
YUMMMM!!!! This recipe looks amazing! I can’t wait to make it.
Forget the coleslaw! This simple salad is a fresh, crunchy delight: healthy, full of flavour, delicious, yet easy and quick to make. And there is no need for claggy mayonnaise either!
This salad combines the sweet tartness of green apple with fresh crunchy celery, carrots and sweet potato. (Yes you can eat it raw!). Walnuts and pumpkin seeds add extra crunch and nutritional value.
These ingredients are complimented with a gingery nutty tahini dressing. To make this dressing creamier and to boost its nutritional content you can add protein powder; plant-based ones work well (soy and pea), as does whey.
This salad is super as a main dish or as an accompaniment. It also keeps well in the refrigerator for about 3-4 days too.
Serves: 8 as a side dish, 4 as main dish
Preparation time: 15 mins
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Having diabetes and trying to eat healthy doesn’t mean you can never have dessert. Below, I have for you 5 desserts to enjoy, when you get a craving for something sweet. As always. These recipes aren’t just for diabetics. 🙂
Grilled Stone Fruit
Dark Chocolate Dipped Cherries
Stovetop Peach-Blackberry Crisp with
Crunchy Oatmeal-Coconut Topping
Berry Dessert Nachos
Dark Chocolate Soufflé
The first in my series: Ultimate Guide to Nutrients is just hours away! The first installment will be all about water. All recipes this week will be “water based”. I’m starting with this delightful, delicious and nutritious tea.
I would recommend using green tea, or rooibos tea instead of black tea. Green and Rooibos are very high in anti-oxidants. Mango is VERY high in vitamin C, as well as vitamin A, potassium and vitamin B-6.
Here is a wonderful infographic showing the many health benefits of Ginger!
So, onto the recipe! The recipe is from My Yellow Apron. ENJOY!!
Since it’s Meet N Greet weekend, I wanted to share one more fellow blogger posts. This one is a fruit smoothie from Happy Hanna Love…very tasty, and very healthy! One tip-I’d add a handful or 2 of spinach and a scoop of your favorite protein powder (unflavored or vanilla). It’ll bump up the protein , vitamin & mineral content (and turn it a bizzare color), but you won’t even taste the difference. The fruit is still the star of the show. For Hannah’s recipe, see the link below.
Christmas was veeeeeery kind to me this year- a brand new Cuisinart food processor/blender. I’m in my first apartment and it’s so nice to have a blender again…so get ready for lot…
for the recipe: Strawberry Banana Mango Smoothie – happyhannahlove