Recipes

Recipes that are close to my heart and some that the family has found and modified to our pallet. We are a family that loves to make new foods and tries different ways to prepare them; I hope that you enjoy some of my families favorites!

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    How to Make Oatmeal Energy Balls with Pumpkin and Spice

    Energy Balls These little morsels, often called power balls because they are full of fuel for your body, are also known as energy bites. The two-bite treats are filled with powerful ingredients like oats, peanut butter and usually protein powders — and don’t need any baking. These little gifts are great to help boost your energy the right way, with ingredients that are great for your body! [What You Need] 2 cups rolled oats (gluten-free if necessary) Two tablespoon chia seeds 1/4 cup pumpkin purée 1 1/2 tsp pumpkin spice (I used my DIY version) 1/4 cup brown rice syrup (do NOT try to substitute the brown rice syrup) pinch of sea…

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    Recipes: Food – Berry and Cinnamon Quinoa

    Oh My Goodness, why hadn't I tried quinoa before this year, I don't know! I have a few recipes to share with you over the next few weeks... it's become one of my favorite meals/snacks! It's packed with body goodness, I can't even express the delicious flavor. It makes me feel great, doesn't weigh me down and it makes me super happy!

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    Vegetarian Burrito Bowl – Recipe

    Who doesn't love to eat fresh veggies, beans and avocado? I can tell you I do sure love it, here is a super simple burrito bowl recipe I found recently on The Live-In Kitchen! Lindsey has so many amazing and tasty looking recipes, this will be my goto site for a while I think!

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    Potato and Roasted Zucchini

    Zucchini is one of the very low-calorie vegetables; give only 17 calories per 100 g. It has no saturated fats or cholesterol; the peel is an excellent source of dietary fiber that helps reduce constipation and offers some protection against colon cancers. The pods are one of the standard vegetables included in weight reduction and cholesterol control programs by the dietitians. It is an excellent source of potassium. Potassium is a heart-friendly electrolyte and helps bring the reduction in blood pressure and heart rates by countering pressure-effects of sodium. Also, they contain moderate levels of a B-complex group of vitamins like thiamine, pyridoxine, riboflavin, and minerals like iron, manganese, phosphorus,…