The favorite recipes of my house are the simplest, those basic recipes that can be made in ten minutes. This one is fruits with cucumber. Super easy.
Dried figs are tasty in a salad. Three dried figs provides 63 calories, 16 grams of carbohydrates, 2.5 grams of dietary fiber, 41 milligrams of calcium, 171 milligrams of potassium.
Source: USDA Nutrition Database.
Roasted chiles, all cleaned and ready to use for a Sunday meal. Which one is your favorite recipe?:
- Vegetarian tamales
- Chiles with cheese
- Green chile
- Cornbread with chile
This dip is made with Greek yogurt! The taste and calories are lighter using Greek yogurt than using a mayonnaise or cream based dip. Plus, you will get a quick protein boost because Greek yogurt has more protein than regular yogurt. What better way to enjoy a dip without feeling the guilt. The flavor of the chipotle sauce gives you the right kick to start your party anytime. It is an easy recipe of three ingredients. All you need is cut up vegetables to serve.
In a blender add a cup of Chobani non-fat plain Greek Yogurt with half can of chipotle chile sauce and ½ cup of any salsa. Blend and serve with fresh veggies.
Recipe adapted from: http://www.chobani.com/culture/recipes/chipotle-dip/.
Nutrition info for 6 servings: 35 calories, 0g total fat, saturated fat 0g, trans fat 0g, 0 mg of cholesterol, 330 mg sodium, 4 grams of carbohydrates, 0 g dietary fiber, 3 g sugars, 4 g protein.
Beet salad. Clean, wrap, bake for 1 or 2 hrs. Peel with your hands & cut.
Clean and discard the husk of tomatillos, boil them gently in water with the jalapeños. Blend with a garlic clove and a piece of onion if you like, and add salt. In the west of the United States, tomatillos grow well.
This salad has avocado, 1 ounce of cheese, slices of turkey, hummus, mandarine, red pepper, lettuce, almonds and red onion. It also has the homemade dressing of olive oil, red wine vinegar, sea salt, and black pepper.
I love making granola to add in yogurt and this is about the same recipe. I have made it with wheat germ or golden raisins. It can make 10 bars.
2 ½ cups of oats
½ cup shredded coconut flakes, unsweetened
¼ c brown sugar
1 tsp ground cinnamon
¼ cup nuts in pieces (almonds, walnuts or pistachios)
¼ cup dried fruit (cranberries or raisins)
¼ cup sunflower seeds
¼ cup semi sweet chocolate chips of any flavor
¼ cup oil (vegetable)
¼ cup maple syrup or honey
½ tsp salt
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Butter an 8×8 inch baking dish. If you have parchment paper, cut to fit the pan with overhangs to make it easier to lift and spread butter evenly. Combine oats, coconut flakes, brown sugar, cinnamon, nuts, dried fruit, sunflower seeds, and chocolate chips in a large bowl. In another bowl whisk the oil, honey or maple syrup, salt, and vanilla extract. Add the oil mixture into the oats bowl and mix well. Place in the baking dish, and press the mixture into the pan with a hard spatula and bake for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown. Let cool completely for a few hours and then cut into bars.
You can cut them smaller for snack bite size pieces. If you cut into 10 bars it contains: 290 calories, 15 g total fat, 4.5 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat, 0 mg dietary cholesterol, 36 g carbohydrates, 4 g fiber, 19 g sugar, 5 g protein, 120mg sodium.
I make popsicles on my day off and then I freeze it to have it ready later for dessert. Let me know if you like it.
It has the following: 1 peach, ½ cup coconut milk, some honey, blend and freeze.
To refresh your spirits. Juice with pear, peach, spinach, 1/2 of fresh lime juice and cilantro leaves. Usually I don’t count the amounts of each ingredient, just steal the idea to make yourself a homemade natural juice to fit your style.