My friend Kelly (cupcakekelbel on Instagram) shared this AH-MAH-ZING salad with me to pass along to you. And let me tell you, it’s a beauty! Super hearty and filling without making you feel heavy. You could totally make a meal out of this on it’s own, or serve alongside a lean meat, fish, or pasta dish.
It takes a bit of time to prep because you are roasting the veggies, but hey, that glass of Chardonnay isn’t going to drink itself.
*For vegetarians and vegans, just leave out the bacon altogether.
Adapted from: Kim’s Cravings
(2 servings; approximately 780 calories per serving with regular bacon, 600 with turkey bacon, 475 with no bacon) ;x
My friend Mikey swears by this recipe for a go-to, super easy breakfast fix. It’s the Coco-Nutty Grain Free Porridge from the book Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo.
It looks super simple and I have pretty much all of the ingredients on hand in my pantry at any given time, so I’m stoked to give this a try for a weekday breakfast that’s hearty enough to get me through a busy morning without making me late.
I think I can push myself past the word “porridge” to give it a try! 😉
I’m always on the lookout for easy, tasty meals that are low-cal but still flavorful & filling. This one is awesome to make ahead and take to work or school for your lunch the next day.
There are loads of versions of this Kale & Quinoa salad, so feel free to personalize it and make it your own. 🙂
This one is loaded with protein, iron, & calcium from the quinoa plus Vitamins C, A, and K from the kale, plus the benefits of antioxidants & vitamins from the blueberries and super healthy omega-3 fatty acids from the hemp seed oil. AND IT TASTES AMAZING!
Always use the freshest, cleanest, non-GMO produce you can get your hands on. Here’s the recipe:
Here’s a tasty and simple salad that’s light and quick. Just the ticket to keep you on track after a holiday feast. The dark leaf lettuce and lean turkey are pleasantly filling without the bloat and food coma. Dressed simply with hemp seed oil and freshly ground Kampot pepper for nutty, earthy flavor balance. So good!
Shredded chunks of turkey breast
About a tbsp of cold pressed organic hemp seed oil (I like the one from Nutiva)
Freshly ground Kampot pepper
I like to get my pepper from my pals Cris and Tom at Pepper Project, because each purchase supports native farmers in Cambodia. And it tastes great!
Approximately 300 calories 😘