Store-bought granola is often loaded with sugar, unlike this super-satisfying homemade version. Although the fat content might seem high, it’s coming from the almonds and coconut, which provide protein and fiber. Plus, since it’s low in sugar, you don’t have to worry about an energy crash an hour later! This recipe is for 8 servings, so it’s perfect for making ahead of time. Just store in an airtight container and scoop some out whenever you want to add a bit of crunch to your yogurt or oatmeal.
Enjoy these easy vegetarian wraps on your next Meatless Monday, or throw them together for a quick & protein-packed lunch. Recipes don’t always have to be complicated or time-consuming to pack a lot of flavors. Up your protein by throwing in some easy marinated tofu or serve your wraps with Asian Style Sweet Potato Noodles and check out our top 10 vegan foods for weight loss
Healthy Holiday Desserts is a free eBook I created as my holiday gift to you! It contains eight festive holiday recipes that you can enjoy guilt-free. These healthy holiday desserts are the perfect recipes to help spread holiday cheer without spreading diabetes. All of the recipes are free from refined sugar and most of them are gluten-free and dairy-free. Your family and friends will love them and will never guess they are healthy. It also contains easy and practical tips that will help you stay trim this holiday season. Healthy Holiday Desserts Recipes Chocolate Peppermint Cookies Spelt Sugar Cookies Chocolate Avocado Pudding Candy Cane Black Bean Brownies Black Forest Brownies Holiday Candy Cane Blondies Chocolate Hazelnut Truffles Candy Cane Carob Bark Recipes for […]
Tofu is probably the most popular meat substitute in vegan recipes, so, I decided to try it for the first time. I was so excited, but I didn’t like it at all. Fortunately and after so many tries, I finally fell in love with tofu and it’s actually one of my favorite ingredients at the moment.
Instead of following a fad diet or over-exercising in an attempt to lose weight, there’s a much healthier solution: Incorporate foods into your diet that facilitate a high metabolism, consistent energy, and prolonged satiation. And you don’t need to fill up on things like eggs, chicken, yogurt and other traditional “health” foods either. If you’re a vegan, or just enjoy eating plant based the majority of your meals, you can still get the benefits of fat-burning foods. Read below for our list of 15 of the best vegan foods for weight loss — and get hungry! Quinoa Naturally gluten-free and a complete protein (including of all of the essential amino acids), quinoa is also full of fiber, B vitamins and iron. One of the main keys […]
In Mexican cuisine, pico de gallo is a fresh, uncooked salad made from chopped tomato, onion, cilantro, fresh jalapeños or habaneros, salt, and lime juice. Other ingredients may also be added, such as shrimp or squid, avocado, or apple cider vinegar, cucumber, radish or firm fruit such as mango. Since Pico de gallo contains less liquid, it can also be used as a main ingredient in dishes such as tacos and fajitas.
This smoothie is so nutritiously green that it includes spinach, kale and mint which are a good source of chlorophyll and fiber. The plant based protein and good fat will keep your belly full for hours.
This recipe only has 5-7 ingredients and takes less than 5 minutes to make. Blend it up the night before serving. Chia seeds contains soluble fiber meaning that it is absorbent in water. This will create a “pudding” texture. Soluble fiber promotes a healthy digestive tract by feeding the good microbes in your gut (prebiotics).