Larabars are amazingly healthy and vegan! Who knew huh? They are made out of fruit and nuts with the occasional grain.
What you need:
1 Cup Dates
1/2 Cup dried fruit (bananas, apples, cherries, raisins, etc)
1/2-3/4 Cup Nuts
What you do:
Put all ingredients into the food processor
Process until everything in chopped and sticking together
Pour onto wax paper
Push down really hard and form bars
Put in Freezer for one hour
Take out, cut into individual bars
Wrap in saran wrap or wax paper
I keep mine in the fridge or freezer!
I posted a recipe for this a long time ago, there are all different types for this, but this is my favorite:
Whole Rolled Oats (old fashioned)
1/2 Cup Walnuts
1/2 Cup Pecans
1/2 Cup Almonds
*organic wheat chex cereal
What to do:
1-Take 3 Cups of whole oats, pecans, almonds, and walnuts and put it in the food processor, blend on high for a about 30 seconds.
2- In a sauce pan put 1/3 Cup of honey and 1/2 Cup of molasses, and vanilla bring to a foaming boil
3- Add 1 Cup of whole oats to the mix from the food processor
4- Mix the wet and dry ingredients really well
5- Preheat Oven to 275
6- Line a 9 x 13 cake pan with parchment paper
7- Put the mixture onto the paper and press down hard to be sure everything is stuck together well.
8- Cook for about 60 minutes
9- Let cool
10- Once cool, crumble for granola cereal and cut in bars for granola bars.
enjoy with almond milk :)
1 spaghetti squash
1 jar of organic pasta sauce (5 ingredients or less)
1 can of tomatoes (I use home canned)
what to do:
cut your spaghetti squash in half
take out the gook and seeds
put some water in the half squash
cook each half for 10 minutes
preheat oven to 350
pour sauce, tomatoes, and spaghetti squash into pan
bake for 20 minutes
-if you want to add cheese - it is no longer a vegan recipe!
If you really like pancakes but want to eat something healthier here is a really yummy recipe for oatmeal pancakes!
This makes one pancake- you can adjust the ingredients to however many you want to make.
1/2 Cup Whole Oats (old-fashioned)
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp nutmeg
What to do:
- mix all of the ingredients together
- heat your pan
- put some spray on the pan or oil
- put the pancake in and let it cook about 2 minutes each side
- serve with 1 tbsp of peanut butter on top and 2 tbsp of pure maple syrup or whatever else you like to eat on your pancakes
This will give you lots of energy and is packet with protein and fiber that is awesome for you!
It isn't always easy. Sometimes being positive is something that you have to remind yourself to do. I have been told that there are times in life when you want to yell and scream at people, but the best thing to do is walk away- easier said than done right? I am one of those people where, I am only able to argue with certain people. There are some people who are very difficult to argue with because that person might really be good at it.
There comes a time when not arguing is the hardest thing to do. Kind of like when attitudes or little "things" build up day after day until one day you just blow up. Sometimes that person really deserves to be "blown up" on, but sometimes the damage that is done to the relationship and yourself isn't worth it. I have learned that over time.
I won't lie, I blow up on people and let things get to me. I do my very best to just believe in myself and try to overcome those feelings of hate, dissatisfaction, etc. Everyday you have to remind yourself. That is what I am doing- day by day, minute by minute, second by second....
There is my bit for today :)
Who am I?
My name is Jessica Kellaway! I am the earth loving, natural parenting, Jesus loving weirdo your mama might have warned you about!