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Recipes I've Shared:
Recipe uses ground rolled oats instead of flour and good-for-you coconut oil. Gluten free, and while hovering at 200 calories per muffin, the majority is from the coconut oil, which has great health benefits.
Recipe uses no flour.
This dish is a bit like Spanish rice and can be spicy or not, depending on the spices you use. Use soy/tofu crumbles or just leave the turkey out for a vegetarian dish.
A yummy and healthy substitute for meatballs. The texture in a fine bread crumb based "neat ball" may be a little closure to an actual meatball, but the nutrition benefits from using beans far outweighs the texture aspects, and they are still pretty close.
Kale based veggie stew with black-eyed peas and a bit of whole barley
Delicious peanut buttery oatmeal. Recipe calculator and nutrition info for 4 servings, but they are pretty generous servings and not everyone will want quite that much. What is shown in the photo is more like a half serving.
This was my attempt to have black bean sweet potato enchiladas without the hassle of rolling up the enchiladas, making a sauce and using the oven. These cakes are not like pancakes, but like hash browns, creamy in the center.
Wholesome, granola-like muffin that's low glycemic due to the coconut sugar. Also good without the blueberries.
Lots of veggies and a creamy bechamel sauce make this not your ordinary tuna casserole. Only the tuna is from a can.
These muffins are made with a mix of whole wheat and coconut flour and flax meal, sweetened with dates, bananas, honey and coconut sugar.
Great salad even for summer, I call this "Thanksgiving" salad because all of the ingredients remind me of elements of a Thanksgiving dinner.
Fluffly frittata. Six generous servings
Little cupcakes made with black beans. Gluten free! I use coconut sugar, found at health food stores, because it has a much lower glycemic index.