There’s been a lot of recipe experimentation going on over here lately, so my meals have been a bit more sporadic than usual. I don’t want to tease you all with a bunch of recipes that I can’t share yet, so here’s a peek at some quick and easy meals that I rely on when my experiments don’t turn out as planned!
It’s pretty difficult to mess up a juice, as long as you stick to ingredients you know you like. (Glass straws help if you don’t like the flavor, too!) Austin’s been joining me in this morning ritual, so we’re grateful that Costco carries so much organic produce– we go through it fast! The juices above included a couple hearts of romaine, celery, kale, cucumber, carrots, lemon and green apple.
This shake is my new favorite drink on the planet– Kelly’s “Coffee Milkshake” recipe! It features chia seeds, Caramel Nut Dandelion tea, dates, and grass-fed gelatin (this cold version doesn’t clump in smoothies!). I use regular ice cubes instead of the coconut milk ones, and add more chia seeds for an extra-thick drink. It’s better than a frappuccino, and filling, too!
Eggs are always a go-to in our house when we need a comforting and filling meal, fast. These are scrambled in grass-fed butter with spinach, and topped with an experimental creamy “hollandaise” sauce.
This Quick Noodle Bowl makes a quick and easy gluten-free lunch, and is a fun change from typical salads.
I’ve been serving experimental recipes nearly every night for dinner, but when all else fails, I always have curry sauce, quinoa and frozen vegetables on hand for a dinner ready in less than 20 minutes!
We almost always have these vegan and Paleo-friendly Chocolate Chip Cookies stashed in our freezer, too, which are guaranteed to satisfy a sweet tooth.
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