A simple and delicious way to detox Berry and Beet Detox Smoothie 1 ½ cups raw kale ½ frozen banana ¼ ripe avocado ½ cup frozen strawberries One small beet peeled and roughly chopped ½ cup dairy free milk ½ cup pure water 2 or three ice cubes Blend well until smoothie is uniformly smooth. Enjoy while fresh and cold. #coldbreakfast #dairyfree #antiinflamitory #Glutenfree #beets #recipe #Ottawa #easytomake #blender #antioxidants #avocado #smoothie #detoxifying #holisticnutritio
Spiced Millet Pudding is a wonderful variation on traditional Rice Pudding. It can be eaten as a breakfast or as a desert.
It is easy to make, keeps for a week in the fridge and can be eaten hot or cold.
For nutritional information and benefits of millet check out All About Millet Spiced Millet Pudding Ingredients 2 cups cooked millet (for cooking instructions go to Stovetop Millet)
1 cup dairy or non dairy milk (coconut milk adds a wonderful flavour!)
1/4 tsp ground card
If you want to know why you should try this powerhouse breakfast food read my post on Muesli – What is it? Why eat it? Muesli is fast and easy to make and stores well. Best Ever Muesli
Ingredients 2 cups rolled oats
1 cup walnut halves or pieces
1 cup dried cranberries
1 cup dried blueberries
1 cup dried unsweetened coconut flakes
1 cup gluten-free breakfast cereal flakes Directions Stir thoroughly and store in an airtight container To eat – pour 1 cup muesli mix into a
Maximilian Bircher-Benner Muesli is a breakfast food made of uncooked rolled oats, fruit and nuts. It was first introduced by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner who is famous for discovering the benefits of a diet of raw vegetables and fruit. Here is the Original Bircher-Benner Recipe. One serving consists approximately of: 1 tablespoon rolled oats, soaked in 2–3 tablespoons water 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 tablespoon cream 200 grams apple (about one large, preferably