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Recipes I've Shared:
A delicious tapioca pudding-like breakfast, loaded with protein and omega 3's.
The xanthan and guar gums help make this into a smooth and creamy creamy protein treat. I used a Vitamix blender. I'm not sure how well a regular blender would break down the ice.
Crazy good! This makes for some chewy, thick textured hot cereal. Add more almond milk or some water if you like it thinner. Dairy milk would add more protein.
I love to cook up a big batch of these in my cast iron skillet for lunch, but my family hates the smell when I make them.
Fast, Easy and yummy!
First try, not bad, but might try buttermilk instead next time. A little crunchy.
Moist and soft. I usually double the batch because it's very hard to puree 1/2 c. of zucchini in my blender, and I prefer to use a whole egg. Nutrition calculated with craisins and no walnuts.
This one doesn't have quite as much peanut flavor as the original, but is a good compromise when you don't have calories to spare.
Add in flavors of your choice. Some combos I love: unsweetened apple sauce with cinnamon, nutmeg, and cardamom ir the same spices with pumpkin puree.
frozen blueberries zapped in the microwave and globbed on top with a few sliced almonds
mashed cooked banana and maple flavored syrup
I dare you not to lick the bowl!
A successful and nutritious cravings-buster! Healthy enough for breakfast, IMO, but you'd want to eat both servings.
Next time, drastically cut or omit rice vinegar, up chili paste, and thicken the sauce with cornstarch. One serving was approx 240 g. Serve with rice and top with chopped peanuts, which are not included in the nutrition analysis.
Delicious. I used a dehydrator, but others report success in a low oven. Beware that these will leave little bits of green all over your teeth. Not too date friendly, but delicious!
Food of the gods. Try not to eat the whole thing. Would definitely work as a frosting. Sweet potato is much easier to use than carrots. Entire batch was about 615 grams, ea serving 40 g.
Improvised as a way to clean up some leftovers and it turned out really yummy.
Adapted from Deceptively Delicious