Smoothie bowls are easy, delicious and nutritious. I will let you know what is in mine and the possibilities for a smoothie bowl are unlimited and you can use what you have in the house and create your own versions. I do not have exact measurements because I always just through them together and eat, but here's an outline/estimation of my bowl
6 oz coconut water
2 oz aloe vera juice
1 oz homemade pineapple juice
1/2 frozen banana
5-6 frozen strawberries
Maca boost powder
1 scoop grass fed protein powder from True Recovery
Chocolate Chia Paleo Granola from Forager
Bring a pot of water with it filled about 1 1/2 inches filled up to a boil.
Turn the heat to a medium boil (not a roaring boil).
Put a splash of apple cider vinegar (or lemon juice) into the water.
Crack the egg into the boiling water and do not touch for 3-4 mins.
The egg should look more of a solid white color. With a slotted spoon gently scoop the egg and let it drain over the pot.
Transfer to a plate with a paper towl and let dry for a minute.
Repeat this process with however many eggs you want, you can also crack the eggs side by side, up to three in a medium pot.
You may want to add another splash of ACV into the water if making another round.
1 head of roasted cauliflower
1/4 cup ghee
1-2 tbsp curry powder
1-2 tbsp salt and pepper
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Cut the cauliflower head in half carefully, then cut into quarters. Carefully cut off the green stem without cutting the cauliflower quarter.
Place the cauliflower quarters on a cookie sheet and with a brush, brush the ghee over the cauliflower, making sure to cover all of the front sides.
Sprinkle curry powder, salt and pepper over each cauliflower quarter.
Bake for 25-30 minutes or until your preference of softness. I like to finish mine at 475 for 5-10 mins to make them crispy on the bottom. You can use a lower heat and longer time for a less crispy and softer finish.
Serve with a lime slice.
So I always crave desserts and baking.
This is not always the healthiest option when baking things.
I decided to look up some good recipes that don't include sugar!
And yes I know it is possible because I have made a few recipes without sugar.
With the banana in this recipe it makes it sweet!
Yes there is natural sugars in this recipe but that is totally okay with me so that I don't have all that refined sugar in my foods :)
Enjoy this nice little treat and try not to eat them all at once!
1/4 cup coconut flour
1 Tbsp coconut oil
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
Coconut flakes for topping
-Preheat oven to 350.
-Smash banana and coconut oil together.
-Add egg and vanilla extract and mix well.
-Add coconut flour and mix well until dough forms.
-Pinch off some to make a small ball and put on a cookie sheet with parchment paper or greased pan. (Makes about 12 smallish balls, you can press down to make more of a cookie shape also, they don't change shape much).
-Top with shredded coconut.
-Bake at 350 for about 15 minutes (mine took about 17 though).
-Cool and enjoy!
I got this recipe idea from this amazing website HERE
Healthy Homemade is inspired by myself and other amazing chefs. This is a place for people to find healthy homemade and semi-homemade recipes.