Buckwheat walnut-blueberry with almond milk. Did you know that Buckwheat is not at all related to wheat and is not even considered a grain but more like a seed? It is related more to Rhubarb and is very high in amino acids, especially Lysine, which supports your immune system.Â
Buckwheat Blueberry Walnut Breakfast- by Tanya Goyette
1/4 cup Bob’s Red Mill Organic Buckwheat
3/4 cup water
1/2 cup fresh or defrosted frozen blueberries
1/4 cup chopped walnuts
1/2 packet stevia, Â or preferred sweetener, to taste
Cinnamon to taste
Splash of unsweetened Almond Milk
Add water to buckwheat and heat on high 1 1/2 -2 minutes in microwave. Add stevia and cinnamon and mix well. top with blueberries and walnuts. Add Almond milk to your liking.
Enjoy your Real Food breakfast!
Today I wanted to make some hummus, but I noticed I still had an avocado to eat that was ripe. Â I decided to come up with a hummus recipe using both cannellini beans and avocado. Â The combination of avocado, mild beans, and green chilies made a very satisfying and filling snack! Give it a try, it is simple and easy to make and will give you a healthy real food snack packed with protein, fiber, and healthy fats along with vitamins and minerals from the veggies you eat with it! Â Please comment Â below and tell me what you think!
Avocado Hummus Recipe~ by Tanya Goyette
1 15 oz can cannelini beans or about 2 1/2 cups cooked beans
1 ripe avocado
1/4 cup chopped green chilies
1 tsp garlic or to taste
1/2 teaspoon sea salt or to taste
pepper to taste
parsley for garnish
* veggie slices such as: celery, carrots, tomato, zucchini, cucumber, peppersÂ
In a food processor add beans, avocado, green chilies, garlic, and spices. pulse until blended, and then blend on high until smooth. Â Taste and adjust your seasonings to your preference. Serve with veggies. Enjo
I made this recipe the other night for dinner as I was craving a spicy asian dish with coconut milk and peanut sauce. Â I found some Red Rice Noodles that come in very small serving sizes, which is perfect when you are watching your carbohydrates coming from grains. Â It was super simple to whip up and was ready in about 30 minute from start to the first bite. Â I simply chopped up the vegetables I had on hand, which happened to be zucchini, Â carrots, mushrooms, green onions, and parsley. Â I added some coconut milk, peanut butter, garlic, red pepper flakes, and Braggs liquid aminos. Â After cooking the noodles, I added them Â to the veggies and it was simply perfect, in fact, there were no leftovers of this one! Try the recipe below!
Spicy Asian vegetables with Red rice noodles- by Tanya Goyette
4 oz Red Rice noodles (or you can sub any type of Asian rice noodles)
1-2 Tbsp Extra virgin coconut oil
2 julienne zucchinis
1 large carrot, shaved with a peeler
3-4 chopped green onions,
2 cups sliced mushrooms
1 handful of parsley, chopped
1 Tbsp garlic, minced
Braggs liquid aminos
1 cup coconut milk ( I used full fat, canned, but you can use home made or light)
2 Tbsp plain, unsalted peanut butter
1 Tbsp sesame seeds
1/2 -1 tsp red pepper flakes, or to taste
Directions: Start water to boil noodles. Â While you wait, chop up the vegetables and add to a preheated skillet on medium high with coconut oil. Â add zucchinis first, then chop the mushrooms and add them, then add the remaining vegetables and garlic, saute vegetables until tender and put on low. Add coconut milk, peanut butter, and red pepper flakes until its blended through vegetables. While you are cooking the vegetables add the noodles to boiling water and set timer. Â after the noodles are done and you have mixed the coconut milk and peanut butter mixture to pan, add the cooked and strained noodles and mix well. I had to cut some of the noodles while in the pan to make it mix together better. Add Braggs liquid aminos to your preference after serving. Â Enjoy!