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Tag Archive: whole grain

Jan 25

Tuna Melt Sandwich

Yes, you can have an old-fashioned tuna melt if you are living a dairy-free, gluten-free and whole-foods lifestyle!  Here’s how!  Caution…lip smacking and moaning may ensue! Tuna Melt Sandwich Ingredients: 1 can low-mercury tuna (I like Wild Planet brand) 2 – 3 Tbsp. Vegenaise 1 tsp. onion powder 1 tsp. garlic powder 1 – 2 pinches …

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Aug 20

Silky Cinnamon Roll Oatmeal

Not a fan of traditional oatmeal?  Perfect, then this recipe is just for you!  Oats can typically be bland, blah and boring…unless you’ve come to know my little secrets in the kitchen. Silky Cinnamon Roll Oatmeal Ingredients: 2 cups filtered water 1 cup gluten-free old fashioned oats 2 Tbsp. coconut oil 2 tsp. pure maple extract …

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Jun 03

Chinese Cashew Chicken

Looking for a better way to indulge your Chinese food cravings?  Look no further because I have the perfect Chinese Cashew Chicken recipe that is sure to please you and your loved ones! You know how sometimes after eating at a greasy Chinese restaurant you have a “hangover” of sorts?  Well my Chinese Cashew Chicken …

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Apr 04

3 Week Intelligent Detoxing

Looking for a beginner’s way to do some detoxing?  I have just the plan for you to jump start into a healthier lifestyle.  Try this three week detox based on Whole Body Cleansing by Gaetano Morello, ND.  There are seven elements to this plan which are designed to remove toxins, eliminate cravings and replace bad …

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Oct 30

Chocolate Chip Coconut Cookies

OMG!  These cookies are so amazing…you won’t believe they are actually made with healthy, whole food ingredients!  They are gluten-free, dairy-free and Paleo friendly.  They freeze well which is a great method for portion control…just take a few out of the freezer to thaw before dinner and everyone will have their sweet treat straight away! Chocolate Chip …

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Jul 21

Chinese Fried Rice

We love to use this Chinese fried rice to make a quick stir fry entrée here at the Bro house.  Most of it can be prepped ahead of time which makes putting together a meal really quick during the week. The seasonings can be adjusted to account for your family’s personal tastes (we like ours really …

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Jul 17

Why Superfoods are Super

superfoods

Hi there!  So you’re probably hearing the buzzword SUPERFOOD everywhere now, eh?  Well here at ExEv we’ve been digging superfoods for a decade and enjoy many of them every single day. So what exactly is a superfood, why should you be consuming them on a daily basis and where do you buy them?  Check out …

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Apr 20

Coconut Flour Donuts

Wowza!  I never thought I’d be able to have a donuts again after going gluten-free, dairy-free and processed foods-free.  But guess what…we can have our donuts and eat them too! Donuts were a big deal when I was growing up, especially on the weekends.  Mom or dad would go to the local grocer where they …

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Apr 07

Coconut Flour Bread with Coconut Honey Butter

I recently made this coconut flour bread and brought it to a women’s retreat and Easter and it was a hit!  You will love it regardless whether you are Paleo, vegetarian or omnivore! Coconut Flour Bread with Coconut Honey Butter Ingredients: 6 eggs 1/2 cup coconut oil 2 Tbsp. raw local honey 1 Tbsp. molasses 1/2 tsp. …

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Feb 15

Chocolate Oatmeal Smoothie

Wow, I love this on-the-go oatmeal and it is packed with some good protein, fat and carbs to fuel the body.  Most days my smoothies are packed with greens but occasionally it just doesn’t sound interesting to me. If you’re not a big fan of traditional oatmeal then try this concoction.  The texture and taste are …

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