1tbl Chia Seeds
1 Banana chopped
1 Apple chopped
Handful of Blueberries
3 Oranges Squeezed for juice
Place everything in a bowl in the order listed. Let your breakfast sit for about 5 minutes or so for the chia seeds to soak up the juice.
So cool! I had so many bananas so I’ve been making all sorts of goodies. These are so simple. I got this recipe from my Vitamix cookbook! I had a great little helper too.
Remember the riper the bananas the sweeter the cookies will be. The bananas & raisins serve as the only sweetener in the recipe.
If you can’t read the recipe from the photo, let me know and I will type it in.
ENJOY! KID & ADULT APPROVED!
I didn’t have any raisins but I did have organic dried cranberries. They tasted great!
This looks like a great resource for Kale from Daily Bites:
Here are a few of the recipes:
For the smoothie lover…
Peaches n’ Green Smoothie from Choosing Raw
Chocolate Sweet Potato Smoothie from The Daily Dietribe
Brilliantly Beet Smoothie from The Balanced Platter
Apple Pie Smoothie from Diet, Dessert, and Dogs
Green Smoothie from Lexie’s Kitchen
Vitamin C Plus Green Smoothie from She Let Them Eat Cake
Apple Ginger Kale Juice from Whole Family Fare
Sweet & Green Juice from Healthful Pursuit
Salads & Vegetable Sides
Endive, Kale, & Smoked Salmon Salad from Healthy Green Kitchen
Dairy-Free Creamed Kale from The Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen
Cucumber Dill Kale Salad from Healthful Pursuit
Sauteed Kale with Tahini Sauce from Simply Recipes
Kale with Seaweed, Sesame, & Ginger from Simply Recipes
Rainbow Kale Slaw from Go Dairy Free
Raw Kale Grapefruit Salad from Tasty Eats at Home
Chipotle Kale Chips from Naturally Ella
Kale & Carrot Salad with Ginger-Peanut Dressing from Daily Bites
Individual Stacked Salads from The Whole Gang
Red Kale, Pear, & Celeriac Salad from Cannelle et Vanille (omit cheese for dairy-free)
Kale Chips from Whole New Mom
Healthy No-Mayo Slaw from Gluten-Free by Nature
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