GRAINS, LEGUMES, NUTS AND SEEDS! Yes you can sprout them all BUT why sprout?
Don’t be discouraged by the color of these delicious pancakes before you try them! All of the flavors blend wonderfully and the pancakes have just the right amount of moistness. A great post work out meal that will feed your muscles as well as leaving you feeling energized!
Who said spaghetti & meatballs can’t be healthy and vegan! Who ever thought of zoodles is simple a genius! I don’t even know if Italian G-mas can compete with this delicious dish…actually I take that back, too bold of statement haha. In addition to this bomb meal, I got a new lens for my birthday thanks to Savva! Woo! So hopefully my photos are looking a little bit better. Well any who, I hope you enjoy these vegan meatballs as much as I did!
I think most people cringe when they think of brussels sprouts and I’m not going to lie, I use to too! Before you completely ban any vegetable from your diet I plead that you try them in a variety of different seasonings, preparations, as well as paired with other foods. Most of the time, you have just experienced them prepared in a way you aren’t a fan. Don’t miss out on miraculous & nutritious eats before giving them a run for their money!
Black eyed peas, bacon, New Year’s Day, and dollar bills come to mind when I think of these dark leafy greens, maybe because I am from the South, who knows? However, there is so much more to collard greens, they are extremely versatile, have a very mild, almost smokey flavor, are large in size, and are a thicker leaf that holds up well in heat. They can be chopped & sautéed with olive oil, onion and spices for a side dish, used as a wrap for hummus, avocado and tomatoes, or stuffed & baked like we did above!
If you don’t already know, I am greek and I loveeee me some greek food but it isn’t always the healthiest choice haha. Tzatziki is a greek sauce usually served with gyros, grilled meats, or pita bread, some make it with sour cream and others make it with greek yogurt. We are going to use organic greek yogurt, lemon, garlic, salt, pepper, cucumber & olive oil. This sauce is super simple to make, made from staple ingredients, and gives any meal a rich, fresh, hearty flavor. I use it as a dip for vegetables, as a spread on top of bean burgers, sandwiches and wraps, or the perfect pair to some stuffed collard greens!