These green smoothies are a great way to get some of your RDA’s (Recommended Daily Allowances) of fruits, vegetables, and (non) dairy.
Here is the starting point on how to build a green smoothie:
I wouldn’t even add a sweetener. The smoothie tastes great as is.
For the smoothie I made in the pictures shown I used:
1 1/2 cups Vanilla Almond Milk
1 big handful of spinach
2 fresh bananas
1 cup fresh strawberries
2 tbsp. of Peanut Butter Powder
It tasted just like a peanut butter and banana’s! You could not even tell there was spinach!
Eating right never tasted so good!
Who doesn’t love pancakes? The problem with pancakes is that we as Americans eat them entirely too often. We load them with butter and fake maple syrup, eat them with bacon, sausage, and a couple eggs. Classic, right?
These pancakes could easily take over in the classic breakfast department. While the cake itself is not the healthiest (I really haven’t made whole wheat cakes that often…hello future post!!), the fresh blueberries and banana make it a great alternative to a box mix and cheap syrup. We used Organic Wildflower Honey (available at Aldi’s) on these cakes and they are so delicious!
I love breakfast. I always have found it to be my favorite meal of the day. From English muffins, to oatmeal, and even vegan biscuits and gravy, breakfast rocks. It is the most important meal of the day. If I eat a big ol’ breakfast, then I eat less at meals the rest of the day. It also pumps me up to power through my day. Continue reading