Part 2 of what I did with my “rice cake” (check out 2 posts back). I made rice muffins by combining a cup of rice with one egg and some leftover diced pork loin. I didn’t have any on hand this time but I usually add fresh herbs like sage, basil, cilantro or green onions. And also option is grated cheese. And of course some salt.
Bake for 30 minutes at 350 and you have some low FODMAP snacks/meals that are easy to grab on the go.
Keep in the fridge and heat up by cutting them in half or thirds and popping them in the toaster. You can slather with coconut oil or butter if you’re into your healthy fats.
These particular rice muffins are full of bone broth because that’s what I used to make the rice. So they’re healing, easy and convenient.
The other muffins pictured here are my take on the 2 ingredient biscuit recipe by @lilsipper and deserve a post of their own, so that’s coming.
When I took this photo there was a batch of quiche muffins baking in the oven. They turned out amazing because I substituted ricotta cheese for my usual cottage cheese (which they don’t sell here). #
This resulted in insanely fluffy muffins. Definitely going to make another batch and post it. Happy muffin Monday everyone!
This salad took under 10 min to make, no joke! It’s also a great option for those of you who love creamy dressings but want to stay away from all of those yucky ingredients that make up that bottled stuff! -----------------------------------------
•Shredded brussel sprouts
•Dressing (blend all together): tahini, water, apple cider vinegar, garlic, lemon juice, honey, salt & pepper
*toss dressing into bowl and massage through, let sit for at least 5 minutes to make it more tender -----------------------------------------
🥗 TIP: this can be great as a side salad or even the main entree (I added hard boiled eggs, avocado, and arugula to this for lunch this week)!
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Meal ideas planned for a healthy body .
*Go for small meals in a short interval of time,
Distribute your food intake in atleast 6 sections .
*Start your day with a healthy
Breakfast - a bowl of breakfast cereal
Try not to eat packed cereals but prepare them at home along with atleast one or two fruit (banana,orange,apple,berries). .🍎🍏🍊🍇🍓🥚🥐 .
Mid morning - go for any healthy home made soup
As we know soup is very healthy start to any meal and it should be light so that you can have your lunch later.🍜🍲
Lunch - you lunch should have variety of items
Add rice with pulses or legumes
Chapati or parantha with one vegetable or you can also add light pakoras (moong dal,spinach). .🍱 .
Snack - make your snack time interesting and healthy too
With experimenting home Made sandwiches with colourful toppings(capsicum,carrot,peas,onions,tomatoes)
Or biscuits with a cut of milk.🥯🍞🥒🥦🥑🥝🥪🥙🌮🌯 .
Dinner - cook your dinner as light as possible
Easily digestible dal with chapati (without ghee). With some healthy leafy salad.🍛🥗 .
Bed time - A best bed time snack is a half cup of milk with flax seeds.🥛🥜
*Finish your meals atleast 30 minutes before going for bed
Also,do not drink water just before you lie down to sleep at night,
Give your body atleast 20-30 minutes to go on a resting mechanism at night. 🍽
Sprouted spelt pancakes with organic berries that taste so good you'd think they were in season.
Looking forward to tomorrow and being back to routine. Also looking forward to the snow that we're suppose to be getting. Anyone else?
👂🏼I heard that beets are a nutritional powerhouse for exercising! ✍🏼 So I put it to the test yesterday. I legit JUST started my work out regime on 🎅🏻Dec 24th, so I’m a little slow especially when it comes to cardio🚲...
🍴I cut up one large beet in the morning before work and steamed it (steamed beet slices make an excellent snack!)😜, and then an hour before I left work to start my workout, I ate about 3/4 of it... and🤩👇🏼
🚲My cardio was amazing! I ended up pedaling for 25 minutes! 😀 but WHY are beets so great?🤔👇🏼
For 1️⃣, they are a rich source of antioxidants and nitrates. Not to be confused with carcinogenic cured meats... these nitrates convert into nitrix oxide in the body. Research shows that nitric oxide can 🙌🏽increase blood flow, 💨improve lung function, and 💪🏼strengthen muscle contraction.
😎To sum it up ~ beets improve cardiorespiratory endurance and performance! So eat more beets!!!
Need to work on my smoothie bowl game. 🙄 This was meant to be a smoothie bowl so I could top it off with delicious Hudson and Henry granola...guess I'll just have to drink my smoothie and eat granola by the spoonful(s) now. No shame! 😉