Posts Tagged "chia"

Healthy Morning Glory Muffins 00

Healthy Morning Glory Muffins

Healthy Morning Glory Muffins

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After juicing a whole bag of carrots last week I wanted to find a use for the left over pulp. Naturally, I went on an online search for a healthy morning glory muffin and low and behold came across a fantastic recipe by Angela from Oh She Glows! I had to make a few changes of my own to the recipe based on what was available in my kitchen this morning, but nevertheless the muffins turned out...

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Buying Bulk Foods

Buying Bulk Foods

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As you all know, I am obsessed with the bulk bins at any grocery store. Buying in bulk reduced unnecessary packaging, ensures that you pay for what you get, saves resources, and gives you the choice of buying as little or as much as you want! Here is a quick peak of the items in my pantry that I buy in bulk:   Oatmeal, Granola (this is my new local Milk & Honey Granola), and Rice...

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Chocolate Chia Energy Bars

Chocolate Chia Energy Bars

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I came across this recipe for Raw Chocolate Chia Energy Bars in the January issue of Vegetarian Times magazine. It sounded very similar to Larabars, which are one of my favorite on-the-go snacks! Chocolate Chia Energy Bars vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, dairy-free, peanut-free, sugar-free, shellfish-oil, fish-free, nightshade-free, bean & legume-free Ingredients 1...

5 Foods to Make Your Skin Glow 00

5 Foods to Make Your Skin Glow

5 Foods to Make Your Skin Glow

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How your skin looks on the outside is a reflection of what you put inside your body. The foods you eat can actually increase skin health and enhance the appearance of your skin. However, you have to choose the right foods. Therefore, Eat Chic has composed a list of foods for healthier and better looking skin! Try to incorporate any of these nutritious foods into your daily diet and see if you...

Chi Chi Chi Chia! 00

Chi Chi Chi Chia!

Chi Chi Chi Chia!

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Chia is back! But not in the form of a sprouting green clay animal. Believe it or not, the seeds used to grow such plants are a great dietary supplement! Chia seeds are extremely high in omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, protein, antioxidants, calcium, and a number of vitamin and minerals! The Chia plant is native to Mexico and is grown commerically for its seeds. Chia seeds are a nutty-tasting,...