Today I want to share with you one of my favorite blog sites, Heather Eats Almond Butter (HEAB). I have been following HEAB for about three years and her eats are clean, simple and delicious!
She is a busy mom (with 3 kids) who takes nutrition seriously for herself and her family but not so serious that she doesn’t enjoy the occasional splurge (fro-yo lovin during pregnancy!). Check out her recipes and follow her story at HEAB. She is predominately sugar-free and gluten-free with an emphasis on veggies and clean animal protein.
Some of my favorite HEAB recipes include:
My Recipe Modifications: added garlic powder and cayenne pepper; substituted olive oil for butter; squeezed with wedge of lemon up serving
My Recipe Modifications: Used Trader Joe’s Sunflower Seed Butter in lieu of nut butter; used 1/4 cup honey instead of 1/2 cup maple syrup; used pumpkin seeds instead of chopped nuts
Try out some of the recipes and let Heather and I know how much you love them!
I have the cookie dough overnight oats for breakfast when I just don’t feel like a smoothie. It’s very comforting, filling, nutritious and delicious! I pack it in my bag in the morning and eat it at my desk. The ingredients are simple and easily accessible.
The salmon cakes are awesome. When I stumbled across this recipe last year, I discovered Food Should Taste Good olive chips. Since then, these are my go-to brand of tortilla chips. When they are on sale at the coop I stock up! Both the salmon cakes and olive chips are delicious on a big bed of finely chopped romaine!
This weekend I’ll be making a batch of HEAB’s peanut sauce as a dip for my homemade rice paper wrap egg rolls! They are gluten and dairy-free and absolutely divine! Recipe to follow in a blog post so please stay tuned!
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