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Working dinners are significantly better with a big bowl of my famous kale Caesar salad. This is ridiculously easy and your picky eating family will love it. I promise. I came up with this recipe when I was on my ‘dairy free’ binge. I’m a Caesar salad lover but probably haven’t had a true Caesar salad in five years. For one, I never have romain in my fridge, I’m a spinach gal, and two, Renee’s dressing in God right awful for you! Get cooking: 1. The key is to massage your kale for 3 minutes with olive oil before dressing it. 2. Roast chickpeas – Rinse, drain, and dry a tin of chickpeas and spread onto a cooking sheet. Drizzle with olive oil, hot sauce, s&p, paprika, and a touch of cumin. Bake at 400F for 40min. Until crunchy. 3. Make dressing – combine 2 smashed cloves of garlic, 1/3C EVOO, 1 avocado, 3tbsp of Dijon mustard, pepper, 3 tbsp lemon juice, 1/3C grated Parmesan cheese, 3 tbsp white wine vinegar. 4. Add dressing and …
Myth #1: Granola is too difficult to make at home, so I try to pick out the best at the grocery store. Granola is as easy as you want to make it! It’s versatile enough that you can gather ingredients you already have in your pantry. (ie. oats, seeds, dried fruit, coconut etc.). Then, add in a little sweetener (honey, maple syrup, blended medjool dates, brown sugar etc.) and watch it crisp up in the oven for an hour. We’re not harvesting our own oats here!
Starting the week on a healthy note..after I discovered how sinfully good black olive, extra cheese pizza was over the weekend. These slices are on a date brownie base, filled with vanilla cashew coconut cream, topped with fresh strawberries. Yes, and they’re gluten-free, refined sugar free, and dairy-free!