Here’s a delicious way to turn leftover brown rice into an exotic high-protein breakfast in 4 easy steps: 1. Wake up, yawn, turn the oven on. 2. Stir together coconut milk, sweetener, chai spices, and optional egg. 3. Pour over leftover rice, and bake while you get dressed. 4. Yummy! That’s all there is to it. Now if you’d like your breakfast even more dynamic, energy-filled, and a super nutrient-dense way to start your day, consider using sprouted brown rice. I was surprised to learn that a team of Japanese scientists recently discovered a vast nutritional superiority in sprouted brown rice. They found that germinating brown rice [...]
Heavenly flavor, indescribable bliss, like a Paleo dream bar, layered with luscious slices of peach. It’s a simple 3-part recipe – a nutty crust, blended cashew-peach filling, and sliced peaches on top. The combination is divine. It makes a gorgeous presentation, so easy to make, and 100% raw with no baking needed. My guests were moaning with pleasure.
Today’s smoothie turned out incredibly yummy! I was in the mood for something energizing, super-nourishing, rich, creamy, and anti-oxidant, with a bit of sweetness. Fresh strawberries were calling me, and a few minutes later I was enjoying my delicious shake! Strawberries are high in vitamin C,
When I need a hot breakfast, this easy Quinoa Bowl is my go-to favorite! Quinoa is tasty, high in protein, and satisfying. An ancient Incan superfood, Quinoa (KEE-no-ah) is 100% gluten-free, loaded with iron and B-vitamins. Even better, it’s a complete protein, a rare bonus in plants. The Incans call Quinoa
Quiz: When a delicious cupcake is made with REAL beets, apple, coconut butter, and eggs, does it count as a GOOD food, or is it BAD, BAD, BAD? This luscious deep red color is from beets, never food coloring. In fact, these cupcakes are made with nutritious low-carb, Paleo ingredients that taste fantastic, but won’t cause weight gain.