I love tomatoes! The colors, the taste... nothing like fresh organic tomatoes. Eat well, be well.
I feel so good after eating a fresh bowl of salad. In this bowl I just grabbed whatever I had fresh in my fridge. Some...
I drizzled extra virgin olive oil (of a good quality), juice of a fresh lemon , salt and pepper.
One of this everyday will keep the doctor away. Eat well, be well.
Eat your colors!
Sometimes it is all I need, simple yet powerful. All there is in this bowl is simply:
A sort of a local organic flat leaf Lettuce,
Flat leaf Kale,
Some grated carrots and beets,
An amazing avocado,
Juice of one fresh squeezed lemon,
2 tbsp organic coconut oil,
salt & pepper.
Simple, refreshing, healthy, cleansing bowl of colors everyday. Eat well, be well.
4 ripe bananas, like the ones on the picture
1 3/4 cups of whole wheat flour,
1/2 cup of applesauce,
1/3 cup brown sugar,
1/2 cup peanuts or sunflower seeds,
1/2 cup dried cranberries,
1/2 cup of unsweetened shredded dried coconut,
1/2 cup of dark chocolate chips,
1 tsp of baking powder,
1 tsp of Kosher salt.
First I add the mashed bananas
Mix flour, baking powder and salt in a different bowl
So before throwing away your ripe bananas, think of Granola Bread!
This is one of my favorite breakfast. Delicious, healthy, light and can be prepared in minutes, will keep you full for hours. Not only that but each ingredient has important healthy benefits such as:
*2 slices of whole wheat bread (Good source of fiber and magnesium)
*1 sliced in big pieces good size of Porto Bella mushroom (has fiber, proteins, low calorie low sodium)
*2 cups of spinach leaves (Iron, fiber, vitamins K, vitamin A)
*1 cup halved cherry tomatoes (antioxidant lycopene, vitamins C, B6 and A)
*1 cup of parsley leaves (vitamins C, A, K powerful antioxidants)
*1 cup cut in cubes Zucchini ( B complex, zinc)
*Eggs (proteins, calcium, vitamin E)
* 2 tbsp natural Yogurt (Vitamin D which protects your bones, rich in protein, calcium)
*1 tsp Cayenne pepper (culinary and therapeutic purposes for centuries. it contains capsaicin which fights cancer cells also contains beta carotene, vitamins A,E,C and B complexes)
*1 tsp dried basil (contains vitamins A, K, C and omega 3)
1 tsp of Paprika (extremely high in vitamin C)
*1 small clove of garlic finely chopped (garlic is powerful, reduces cholesterol, antibiotic, antioxidant)
I first saute zucchinis and the portobello mushroom on a skillet with just a tbsp of olive oil
Then I add the cherry tomatoes and saute for about one minute or so.
I add spinach last for another minute for it cooks faster then the rest of the ingredients and season with Kosher salt, pepper, dried basil, paprika and cayenne pepper. Break two eggs and carefully place them over the mix, cover for couple minutes on low heat.