Oh, well, so I don’t get an A+ for photo taking and plating. 😂
I had to post it though since my family liked it so much! This is moo goo gai pan and the recipe is from @thedefineddish. My family ate it all! Which makes me think that I may have to make this often. When the whole family agrees on a dish, there’s no questioning. Just repeat it!
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Anyone else guilty of sticking to only salads for lunch when trying to eat healthy? 🙋♀️ It’s so easy to get into a routine and eat the same (even if it’s healthy!) food every day. Not only does it often end up being a bit boring, but that means your body is getting the exact same nutrients every day rather than switching it up so you get EVERYTHING you need!
So how do you switch it up and still eat healthy? Lots of answers to this but really, the answer to this (& to any other big life question, in my opinion) is tacos 😜 These were made with corn tortillas, sautéed mushrooms, slow-cooked beef, lettuce, & topped with seaweed for an Asian twist 😍 they were so good & still incorporated veggies! So if you’re reading this & dreading your normal healthy routine, this is your permission: Go eat tacos! 💃
🙄🤣😎The best of jet lag is that you wake us so early that you have time to prepare a super yummy breakfast. Here are my frittatas 😋.
Recipe for 4 people:
Watch the video number 28 on my channel (link in bio🔝🎬) or mix 5 eggs, 250 g ricotta, 150 g shredded cheese and 100 g parmesan; finally add your toppings (🇮🇹🇮🇹we chose Italian sausage previously cooked on a pan until crunchy) and bake it at 180 C for 50 minutes ⏰.
1 76 minutes ago
Getting healthy: exception vs. reality (Swipe) 🤪
With so many tips and advice out there, getting healthy can definitely seem overwhelming! As health and fitness bloggers, it’s our job to equip you with new ideas and tips, but what’s the best way of incorporating new tips into your routine? Here’s a great way to approach setting up new habits because we all know darn well it’s not that easy.
1 - Pick one or two areas at a time: In order to get a new habit to truly stick, it’s easier to focus on that for a little bit before adding in a new habit.
2 - Value progress over perfection: It’s all about baby steps in the right direction. Don’t compare yourself to someone who’s been meal prepping and eating clean for 5 years. Instead compare yourself to your habits last week. Are you eating less processed foods? Are you making more meals at home? Those are all wins!
3 - Be kind & forgiving to yourself: You wouldn’t talk to a friend in a cruel or belittling way, so why do that to yourself? Life’s a cha-cha. You may take one step back to take three steps forward and that’s what matters.
Remember, if you see people with all these great habits, they didn’t add them overnight. Also not every tip/health habit etc will resonate with you. Maybe meditation isn’t your thing but you find a gratitude practice grounding. Maybe you hate the sauna but hot yoga is where it’s at for you. Try out things and find what fits with your schedule 😄
Hope you found this helpful
This is one of the first roller bottle recipes I made for myself. 💕My sweet friend Jen with @oiltapscollectivegenius shared it one time and I thought she was this oily genius (which btw, she is) 🤗and so I made it up. It has since become my favorite #purefume personal fragrance, mama pick me up, reminder that I am a powerful being, divinely created. 🌿🌿 Balance- any mamas magic oil 🙇♀️
Elevation- seriously my favorite inspiring, uplifting oil 💃
Citrus bliss- happiness in a bottle 🌞
Bergamot- grounding ✌️
Wild orange- quiets busy minds 🤫
5-7 drops of each oil in a roller 🙌
Or 1-2 drops of each oil in a diffuser 👌
What is your favorite blend of oils, that sets you in a space where you get things done and feel good about yourself?
The best thing about low carb and high fat is that salads don’t have to be boring and tasteless... this is a simple salad but because I’m not worried about it being low fat, it means I don’t have to hold off on the avocado, or a little cheese or some full fat mayo 👌🏼🥑🥬🍅
”Pikkulauantai-illan herkku” 💥HAASTAN SUT:
KERROHAN; Löytyisikö sun arjesta joku pieni rutiini, jonka karsimisella/muuttamisella voisit aloittaa terveellisemmän elämän? KOMMENTOI🔽🔽 Niinkuin oman yritykseni tunnuslause kuuluukin; pienillä muutoksilla, suuriin saavutuksiin; haluan todellakin korostaa miten ne merkittävimmät muutokset saadaan aikaan niillä pienillä, astettaisilla arjen ja rutiinien uusilla malleilla.
Ootko miettinyt, miksi haluat tehdä painonhallinnasta itsellesi mahdollisimman ikävää, kun sen ei sitä tarvitsisi olla.
Muista, että painonpudotus ei ole mikään pikajuoksukilpailu vaan kärsivällisen ja asiat fiksusti tekevän kaulaan kilahtaa lopulta se kultainen mitali. On ihan sama kuinka nopeasti pudotat järjettömällä dieetilläsi painoa; painonpudotus on helppoa, mutta pysyvä painonhallinta on monelle haaste. Se, millä on merkitystä on se, että sinun olisi löydettävä sopiva, sinulle optimaali ja riittävän rento suhde ravintoon ja syömiseen. Juhli pieniä voittoja, mutta osaa katsoa myös kokonaiskuvaa; voisinko kuvitella syöväni näin puolen vuoden, vuoden päästä? Jos vastaus on ei, luultavasti myöskään kyseinen dieetti ei ole oikea valinta sinulle!
An Asian inspired meal to tantalize your tastebuds - today we're sharing our delicious spin on Pad Thai using High-Vibe Bone Broth. Need we say more? Tap the link in bio to get all over this. 🙌🏽 Don't miss us at @farmersmakersmarket at cSPACE tomorrow! Stop by to learn more about our broth and how to incorporate it into your favourite recipes 😄 #highvibehealth | image @teganjaydutton
1 2016 minutes ago
If your diet is stressing you out, you’re doing it all wrong. Your food should NOURISH you, not upset you.
Just because some way of eating works for someone else, doesn’t mean it’s right for you.
They may do it because it’s fun or enjoyable or brings them some kind of results.
You might do it because you’re trying to control something, you resent your body or are tying to avoid some feeling. That is NOT the goal of a healthy diet, REGARDLESS of the results. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Food serves both physical and spiritual/emotional purpose. What’s important is that you know HOW it serves YOU. Find a way of eating that brings you joy and makes you feel your best.
I talked about EMOTIONAL EATING at length in my recent workshop and in the newsletter I sent out today.
Didn’t receive it? Sign up through the link in my bio!
Tonight for dinner I made @nocrumbsleft succulent chicken stew and my goodness was it delicious! I’ve never had chicken so tender and flavorful! I’m not usually a recipe person but we always get a ton of chicken thighs from @butcher_box and I needed a change from just roasting them so when I saw this recipe I knew I had to try it! Teri killed it with this one, 10/10 would recommend this to everyone!! #whole30#januarywhole30#nocrumbsleft#whole30compliant#paleo
Pan de Yuca. Cheese breads made out of Yuca flour and fresh cheese. This is a typical snack or dinner from Ecuador. Specially from Guayaquil. They are combined with a fresh drinkable fruit flavored Yogurt. They are entirely GF. These are fantastic. I can guarantee that if you make them you will love them. The Yuca flour can be found as Tapioca flour in USA. Try it. I am sure you will not regret it. Thanks to @pilarwoloszyn for posting this. Full recipe in her web page.
1 423 minutes ago
@getfreshly BBQ Shredded Beef w/ Cornbread for tonight’s dinna🍴
I know I come from a nutrition based background but let’s talk fitness real quick! This has been on my mind a lot lately. I think a lot of us struggle with our relationship with exercise. Have you ever asked yourself why you’re working out? If it’s soley to lose weight, because you’re comparing yourself to others, or to work off food you’ve consumed, you are limiting yourself entirely. We should want to exercise because our bodies are made to move. Because it promotes optimal health. Because it makes us FEEL good. Exercise should never be dreaded or miserable. I used to push myself extremely hard. I would workout at least 6x per week & sometimes twice a day. I suffered a TON of health issues because of this - including Ammenhorrea. It wasn’t until I realized that listening to my body, & fixing my relationship with exercise, that I found balance. For me personally, rest days were non existent. I would allow myself one. But sometimes, our bodies need a damn break. & if you’re plateauing, it could definitely be because your not allowing your body optimal recovery time. Sunday is usually always my rest day. But yesterday, I just wasn’t feeling it. I ended up not working out in any way. Guess what? This morning I woke up & I LOOK THE SAME. I’m the same Dani. So please Appreciate your body & realize that missing 1 workout, or 5 isn’t going to make or break your progress. 💕
Now on to these amazing slices of heaven 🙃 raw vegan strawberries & cream lemonade cheesecake! I recently went to a local vegan restaurant & had the yummiest raw cheesecake. It completely inspired me to try & make my own & im so so happy how it turned out. And to follow my recent trends, I curated it specifically to include nourishing ingredients that are specifically beneficial! These will be included in my little sneaky project coming so soon!
Happy Wednesday! The multiple photo feature wasn’t working for me earlier so sharing a closer look at my breakfast this morning!
Soft scramble made with pasture raised eggs + turmeric ghee, arugula topped with olive oil, lemon, red pepper, sliced avocado, sea salt, dill, plus a side of sumo oranges and a lime sparkling water which I’m absolutely obsessed with right now!
Hope your week has been going amazing! Sharing my Whole30 experience so far on IG Stories tonight - so stay tuned!
82 24827 hours ago
Pumkin Ravioli w/Spinach Cream-Cheeze Filling by @vegaliciously 💛 Recipe:⠀
240 g flour⠀
200 g pumkin⠀
1 dl water⠀
1 tsp salt⠀
300 g spinach leaves⠀
150 g cashew (soaked for 4 hours)⠀
1 1/2 tbsp nutritional yeast⠀
a splash of water⠀
salt and pepper⠀
1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees. Cut the pumpkin into large pieces, place over a baking tray covered with baking sheet and bake for 20 minutes.⠀
2. place the pumpkin in a food processor and process until creamy. Add in flour, salt and (little by little) water and process until the dough sticks together. ⠀
3. Cover the dough and let rest for 30 minutes.⠀
4. for the filling, Heat a saucepan and sauté the spinach until for 5-10 minutes. Adjust salt and pepper and set aside.⠀
5. Place cashew, nutritional yeast, water and salt and pepper in a food-processor and process until perfectly cremy. cover and set aside.⠀
6. Using a pasta machine roll out the dough until it’s about 2-3 Millimeters thick. ⠀
7. Press a glass into the ravioli sheet and set the ravioli circles over a floured surface.⠀
8. Each raviolo is made of 2 circles; put 1 tsp of cashew cream and of spinach in the middle of a circle, moisten the edges of the dough with a pastry brush and cover with another circle. ⠀
9. Press the edges with a fork so that it wont open while boiling.⠀
10. Boil for 5 minutes and serve with a dash of olive oil and some vegan cheeze. Enjoy! #veganfoodspace#vegandinner#dinnerideas
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17 5329 hours ago
Fresh BLT Skillet 🍅💪😜 This makes a complete meal with protein + grains + veggies.
It comes together SUPER QUICK, so add it to you meal plan for the week! }
📌Pin it! https://cleanfoodcrush.com/healthy-blt-skillet-fresh-clean-eating/
makes 4-5 servings
6 slices nitrate-free bacon, cut into small pieces
4 (about 1.5 lbs.) boneless chicken breasts
3 fresh garlic cloves, minced
2.5 cups cooked quinoa, or brown rice
sea salt and pepper to taste
3 cups fresh baby spinach
2 cups fresh cherry tomatoes, sliced in half
1 ripe avocado, sliced
2 green onions, sliced
1 red chili, finely sliced (optional)
fresh parsley, or basil for garnish
Heat a large skillet over medium high heat.
Add in the bacon and cook for about 5 minutes or until the bacon is crispy.
Remove and place on a paper towel to drain. Set aside.
Add chicken into the skillet and cook for 5-6 minutes per side or until cooked through. Season with sea salt and pepper to taste. Transfer chicken to a plate and cover with foil to keep warm.
In the same skillet, add in the garlic and cook for 1 minute, until fragrant. Add in the cooked quinoa, OR rice, fresh spinach, tomatoes, and bacon. Stir to combine, wilting the spinach just a bit. Return the chicken to the skillet and nestle in the rice.
Garnish with fresh avocado sliced, chili peppers and green onion.
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Keto creamy garlic mushrooms & bacon
Do Keto With a Plan , Do Keto RIGHT (Link in the bio 👆)
8 ounces (250 g) bacon, cut into strips
2 tablespoons butter
26 ounces (750 g) brown mushrooms, washed (pat dry with paper towle)
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/4 cup chicken broth
6 cloves garlic finely chopped
1 1/2 cups (400 ml) heavy cream, (thickened cream or evaporated milk)
1 tablespoon fresh chopped parsley
1 teaspoon fresh chopped thyme
Salt and pepper to season
1/2 cup fresh shredded or grated mozzarella
1/4 cup fresh shredded or grated parmesan cheese
Fry the bacon in a large oven-safe skillet over medium heat until crispy. Use a slotted spoon to transfer to a paper towel lined plate to soak up some of the oil. Set aside.
In the same pan, melt the butter. Add the mushrooms, drizzle with oil and mix through, scraping up any browned bits from the bottom of the pan. Fry for 2-3 minutes to lightly brown mushrooms and release their juices (if any). Pour in the broth and let reduce for 2 minutes, while occasionally stirring. (Preheat broiler or oven grill.) Add in the garlic and stir it through for a minute, until fragrant. Pour in the cream and herbs. Reduce heat down to low. Gently simmer until tender (about 4-5 minutes) and sauce is slightly thickened. Season with salt and pepper.
Add the bacon back in and give everything a good mix to combine all of the flavours together. Top the mushrooms with the mozzarella and parmesan cheese.
Broil until cheese is melted and bubbly and mushrooms are done to your liking (about 3-5 minutes). Serve warm.