[i realized, first thing in the morning, that my camera battery had died. ...and then i kept forgetting to charge it. so goes the life of a busy mom.]
- filled a bowl with diced chilled avocado, tomato and lettuce. topped with a dash of apple cider vinegar and sea salt
- roasted almonds and mixed frozen berries
- steamed broccoli, cauliflower and carrots with pesto
[FINALLY! i had a charged battery]
- pork sausage with shredded zucchini, sweet potatoes, green pepper and onion hash. i put mine over lettuce leaves (mainly to add more greens to my dish)
- 2 fried eggs and 1/2 a grapefruit
- plate of raw carrots and celery with almond butter to dip. and half an avocado and some cherry tomatoes with sea salt
- i roasted veggies that i needed to finish up (sugar snap peas and brussel sprouts) and added in some carrots and asparagus. roast brussel sprouts and carrots at 400F for about 10-15 minutes and throw in asparagus and peas for only about 2-5 minutes at the end (you don’t want them over-cooked and mushy)
- turkey tenderloin cooked with coconut oil, balsamic and a bit of that fig vinegar i showed you a few days back
i saw this recipe on pinterest and it peeked my curiosity. i had all the ingredients on hand, so i thought i’d give it a try.
all you do is add the ingredients in a small bowl. whisk. pour batter onto parchment/baking paper already placed on your cookie sheet, and top with additional sheet of parchment paper. use a rolling pin to roll the batter out thinly. then score the batter with either a knife or pizza roller. bake at 350F for about 12-13 minutes.
allow the crackers to cool on a wire cooling rack.
i added chili powder and crushed red pepper to mine. i think they are delicious. i’m glad to have a cracker to go with guacamole or salsa. next batch i’ll be using 3-5 eggs and make a good portion of these little babies. kid tested, mother approved.
- 1 egg
- 3 tsp chia seeds
- 3 tsp almond meal
- 1 Tbs coconut flour
- spices to taste
- Preheat oven to 350F
- add all ingredients in bowl
- place parchment paper on cookie sheet
- pour batter onto parchment paper
- place parchment paper over poured batter and roll thin with rolling pin
- score batter to make cracker shake desired