This is one of my favorite quick snacks or breakfasts! You don’t need to measure out ingredients, I just pour it into a bowl and flavor it to taste, but I will put amounts so you have an idea of what you are going for. You can mix up everything except the optional ingredients (such as the fruit and nuts) so … Read more
It doesn’t get any easier than this!
Chia gel is whole chia seeds soaked in a liquid, usually purified water. Chia gel is even more easily digested and absorbed by the body than just eating dry chia seeds. It helps the body to capitalize on chia’s amazingly balanced ratios of macronutrients and creates a rapid transport of nutrients to the tissues for use by the cells. Making … Read more
Ch-ch-ch-chia! Yes, these are the same little seeds we fell in love with years ago that grew ”green hair” on the various clay animals. Remember Chia Pets? Who knew they were one of the most powerful, versatile, and nutritious superfoods in the world? Chia seeds are one of my most favorite superfoods! They don’t have much of a taste, but … Read more
If you’re a fan of cream-of-wheat or grits you’re going to love amaranth! Cream-of-wheat brings me back to fond childhood memories of a steaming, hot bowl of buttery, sweet goodness that warmed my bones during those chilly fall mornings. This amaranth version tastes just like the real deal, except sugar-free, gluten-free and power packed with nutrition and sustainability… to start … Read more
I love amaranth! I most often use it as a hot cereal for breakfast. When I want a sweet breakfast I do it up just like cream of wheat. And if I’m in the mood for savory it doubles as grits, delicious! Not only does amaranth taste great, it’s chockfull of nutrition. First of all it’s a complete protein, which … Read more