It’s been a while since I have done a post about smoothies. I recently did a hug smoothie using a large blender. I was able to make about 4-5 smoothies out of that batch. I froze them until I got ready to drink them.
Here’s what I used: kale, cantaloupe, pine apples, and blue berries, and 2-3 tablespoons of flaxseeds. I froze all of fruit before blending. I used apple juice to blend everything. This smoothie had a lighter taste because I didn’t add bananas to them. I could really taste the cantaloupe and pineapples. It was very tasty. I had this smoothie right before bed and when I had to stay up late doing school work for added energy and extra nourishment.
I have been pretty swamped in my research course. This means late nights, a lot research, and a lot of hours in front of the computer. The past two weeks have been challenging. So, I have to make sure I’m fueling my body. I have been guilty of skipping breakfast or lunch because of my schedule. I’m doing a lot better with that.
Here’s a tasty, nutritious smoothie I made with a cantaloupe, blueberries, kale, flaxseeds, and chia seeds. I made sure that my fruit were frozen. I used apple juice for blending.
I also eat a lot of apples because they are easy to prepare and are good for on the go. Here’s how remixed my apples. I sliced them and sprinkled a little sea salt and cinnamon. I also added organic peanut butter. It’s a great mix of sweet, salty, and crunchy with some spice. It’s super delicious and filling.
Hello everyone! I have not posted any food post lately. I wanted share a very delicious vegetarian pasta dish I made last week. Here’s what I used:
Gluten-free rotini pasta, mushrooms, alfredo sause, 3 garlic cloves, and half a bell pepper sliced into thin pieces. I used cajun and creole spices.
I cooked the pasta, drained it, and put in in a casserole pan. I added the sliced mushrooms, alfredo sauce, the bell pepper slices, and minced garlic. I added the spices last. I mixed everything and added some soy milk to make the dish creamier.
I baked for about 30 minutes at 300 degrees. I made sure that the bell peppers were tender.
Here’s the finally product.
Since I have been cooking and experimenting in the kitchen, I ran into a few dry food items that have expired…tea and oatmeal. I didn’t want them to go to waste. So, I did some research. I will sharing what I have been doing over the past few weeks.
I made some more changes incorporating natural products to my beauty and cleaning regimens. I am excited to be sharing with you as well. Be on the lookout!
Talk to you soon!
So, I was going through what I had in my refrigerator to make a smoothie. I used cranberries, carrots, kale, bananas, blackberries, and oatmeal. I also used some grape juice as well. I have a recipe book that suggested using oatmeal in smoothies. The smoothie actually tasted pretty good, but consistency was like apple sauce. I’m not sure why, but maybe next time I can blend it longer.