yippee! starting my day off with SO many VEGGIES!! woot woot! i feel like i’m ahead of the game! there is no secret trick to this veggie omelette ~ i just want to remind you of how easy and healthy it can be! first of all ~ USE COCONUT OIL. it’s the best flavor ever. it only takes a little in the pan to … Continue reading springy veggie omelette.
the farmers market is so enjoyable. it’s a date with such wonderful sights, smells, sounds and tastes. it is not as enjoyable for a 6’4″ bull in a china shop, like the hub. poor guy. very uncomfortable around all those people everywhere. but i loved every minute. i bought 2 zucchinis, dropped a 3rd one on the ground, picked it up and bought it, then … Continue reading a trip to the farmers market.
i’m not sure this can really be called french toast, but when i want a quick treat for breakfast, here’s what i make: i take two pieces of GRAINS GALORE bread, from Farm to Market here in Kansas City. It has lots of seeds and nuts and grains, etc. Really healthy and natural. i take egg whites, a little parmesan cheese and some salt and … Continue reading savory french toast.
as i write this, i am watching the special report on the attacks at the boston marathon. i am so frightened and so sad that we are back here, at this state of fear. my heart is so heavy that i literally MUST write stupid stuff about food and recipes, and simply distract myself. i’m just so disgusted and horrified that this world is such … Continue reading meatballs and mash.
tonight, the hub and i are both home by some crazy early time, like 4:00. i cannot WAIT. we have not had an evening off in AGES!!! our dining room table is covered with mail, tax info, recipes and music. tonight, we fix all of that. woot woot!!! so, last night, i asked the hub what he wanted for dinner. i mentioned i wanted to … Continue reading thursday night dinner.
they’re in the oven. i am so excited ~ they smell amazing!! i’m super proud of this recipe. gluten-free, only 2 tablespoons of butter, no sugar whatsoever, and lots of very important ingredients, like flax seed and almonds. yippee!!!! the ones i made last week, i froze in baggies of two. they’re so most, rich and filling. such a great way to eat breakfast on … Continue reading oatmeal breakfast bars…with pineapple.
operation salsa ~ activated. form of a… FOODIE. unfortunately, my cure for everything is food. this is my father’s fault. “dad, i’m tired.” “well, babes, did you eat something?” “dad, i’m so excited about my concert!” “great! let’s celebrate with a hot fudge cake at shoney’s!” hmmm…. i sent this e-mail a year or so ago, to my wonderful friend, sharon, who just sent it … Continue reading operation salsa.
i’ve been wanting to create a breakfast bar that can be pulled from the freezer and thrown in my bag. i usually forget to eat breakfast until i get in the car, and wanted a foolproof way to get my fiber and oatmeal in. and here it is! yippeee!!! here’s the recipe: blend the following… 2 T butter and 1/4 coconut oil, melted together … Continue reading oatmeal breakfast bars.
i tried the third dr. oz drink, and i think it’s my favorite. it’s by far the ugliest color, but it’s so delicious. i drank the entire thing immediately. here are the ingredients: 1/2 mango (use a whole mango) 1 cup blueberries 1 1/2 cups coconut water 1 cup kale 1 T lemon 1/4 avocado 1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper 1 T flax seeds so … Continue reading the dinner drink.
well, it was an amazing 3 days. i made a few discoveries with this detox. 1. the smoothies are incredible! the green drink is the lunch drink: celery, cucumber, kale, green apple, lime juice, coconut oil, almond milk and pineapple. it’s packed with nutrients and is really delicious. i added extra water to make it thinner. but i think it would make a great base … Continue reading the easter detox.