Breakfast. It can be so boring ~ so unhealthy ~ and so expensive. Are you stuck in a rut? Are you tired of paying an arm and a leg for boxed cereal that has little staying power and often little true nutrition? I am going to start a series on make-ahead breakfast recipes to take the ho-hum out of mornings. You’ll find yourself looking forward to breakfast! You might even want to take a look at some of your current recipes and rethink the possibility of using them for a morning meal. Of course, I always add some fresh fruit to the meal to round it out nutritionally.
Whether you have to eat gluten-free, or not, this breakfast cake will please you! It was so exciting to put the first forkful into my mouth and taste how delicious it was. The texture is moist and heavy like some decadent muffin that you might buy. Mmmm. In fact, Continue reading →
Here is a simple way to get a vegan milkshake without the expensive containers of vegan ice cream getting involved.
Coconut Milkshake (and variations)
1 frozen peeled banana, broken into pieces
Silk vanilla coconut milk
a sprinkle of pure powdered stevia extract
Place the banana and stevia in a blender. Add just enough coconut milk to allow the blender to work properly. This will depend on the strength of your blender, honestly. That is why there is no measurement given for the milk. Add extra coconut milk to determine how thick or thin you prefer your shake. Pour into a glass and serve.
Use almond or soy vanilla flavored milk in place of the coconut. Add 1-2 T. of peanut butter and a sprinkle of stevia. You could also add a spoonful of cocoa powder and a little more sweetener ~ or just use chocolate milk!
Use a plain flavored milk and add a drop or two of peppermint oil or extract. If you want it to be green, add a few baby spinach leaves.
Toss in some blueberries.
Add some frozen pineapple chunks for a pina colada shake