This is my super yummy answer to some popular seed and nut bars. Sweet and nutty and lots of flavor! Great as a quick breakfast, an afternoon snack, a post workout kick, and pretty much anytime you need a little something! I added raw Maca powder because of its stress reducing, stamina and (libido) busting, and fatigue fighting powers. Chia seed is great for its ability to energize, not to mention its rich in omega fatty acids AND a great source of fiber in general.
Simple yummy scramble made with sunflower seeds - takes only minutes to make and oh so tasty!
This recipe was one that I modified from Ani Phyo. While Ani suggests that it can serve four I found that it was just enough for one hungry Michal!!
At a consultation with a naturopath about my need to gain weight, eat more and improve my relationship with food, she advised me to have a treat as an afternoon snack. What I really wanted to make was a raw chocolate bar but didn't have enough ingredients to make lots, or any trays to set it in, so I made these crunchy things as a kind of experiment. I haven't tasted the finished product yet as they're still freezing but the bits I tasted whilst making it were yum! The photo doesn't really do them justice, they look a lot more decadent in real life!
Submitted by bronwyn on September 14, 2008 - 9:46am
This smoothie is so filling and delicious! Full of omegas and proteins!
I made it for the first time today and it was a great start to my morning.
It’s kind of a more substantial version of my Fortifying Banana Milk, see my recipes.
Submitted by bronwyn on September 12, 2008 - 6:47pm
This is a great smoothie to start off your day. I’m not a huge fan of green smoothies, but I really enjoy this one! Two of the few non vegan things I like to indulge in are raw honey and bee pollen. Bee pollen only for its incredible protein and vitamin content.
When I add it to a smoothie (it goes really well with this one in particular) I usually throw in a tablespoon.