Make 16 bars in just 16 minutes: sweet! They’re perfect for budding athletes, full of whole grains and fruit with no cholesterol or added fat.
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Posts Tagged ‘Quick & Easy’
This spinach answers the call. It has the velvety texture of old-school creamed spinach, yet is low fat, plant based, and gluten free. Better yet, you can make it in under 20 minutes!
This recipe is one of my favorites because it has a ton of leeway. No red peppers? Use green peppers or toss in the leftover cooked veggies from last night. No quinoa? Leftover millet or even brown rice would do the job just fine. Just imagine cleaning out the fridge one a week on taco night!
1/2 lb tomatoes seeded and chopped
1 1/2 tbl tomato paste…
Lassi is an Indian yogurt drink that can be either sweet or salty. I like mine sweet with mango, mint and just a hint of lemon verbena.
This carob pudding is so silky and smooth you would never guess it is low fat! –healthyvic
1 C TVP (texturized vegetable protein)
7/8 C boiling water…
Just in time for the warm weather – a healthy frozen treat that doesn’t cost a fortune!
This delicious sauce may be used as a topping for grains, potatoes or vegetables.
Featured Blog Post: This easy Spanish rice makes a delicious burrito filling or side dish.
- 3-Minute Chickpea SaladA quick search of this blog will prove that I adore chickpea salad. As of today, I’ve posted six of them. I love being able to take a can of chickpeas, mash it up and have a quick sandwich filling or salad topping. And as my days get more and more hectic, my chickpea salads […]
- Spring SoupaladOf all the wonderful plant-based doctors we can learn from on the internet and in books, I confess that Dr. Fuhrman’s work is the one I am least familiar with. An incurable bookworm, for some mysterious reason I have yet to even read Eat to Live. However, I do believe that sometimes such lapses are […]