Showing posts from April, 2018

spring detox cauliflower salad

Hello Healthnuts! An herby, fresh vegan power salad featuring cauliflower, apples, shallots, roasted spiced chickpeas, and a quick grainy mustard dressing. This is so easy to make. Below I even have a video to show you the ease. If you do not have a processor you can buy riced cauliflower these days at the grocer. Enjoy! ~Tiffany INGREDIENTSCauli Salad: 1 14-ounce can chickpeas, drained and rinsedchili powder, salt, and pepper1 head cauliflower, cut into florets1 apple, sliced thin1 shallot, sliced thina handful of parsley and mint, chopped2 firm avocados, cut into chunksJar Dressing: 2 tablespoons grainy mustard2 tablespoons honey1/4 cup olive oil1/4 cup waterjuice and zest of one limesalt and pepper, to taste INSTRUCTIONSChickpeas: Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Place chickpeas on a baking sheet lined with parchment. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with chili powder, salt, and pepper to taste. Roast for 20-30 minutes until crispy and browned.Cauliflower Prep: Working in batches, ru…

20 Cozy Bone Broth Mix-Ins by PaleoHacks & 2 Recipes of Mine

Savory & Creamy Recipe by:Jennafer Ashley If it's a rich or cheesy broth you're after, try one of these savory mix-ins. Ingredients
Easy Cheesy 6 cups bone broth1 T nutritional yeast Milky Way 6 cups bone broth1 cup full-fat coconut milk Tomato Tomato 6 cups bone broth2 T tomato paste Superboost

Crockpot Paleo Chili

Crockpot Paleo Chili Serves 8 Ingredients2 lbschuck roast, cut into 1 inch pieces1 tbspolive oilsalt and pepper1 lbground beef1large onion or 2 medium, diced2bell peppers, diced2-3cups zucchini, diced1 cupmushrooms, roughly chopped5cloves garlic, minced1large can tomato sauce113.5 oz can diced fire roasted tomatoes14 oz can mild green chilies2 cupsbeef stock2bayleaves1 tbspgranulated garlic1/3 cupchili powder2 tbspcuminavocadocilantrojalape├▒osgreen onions Method

Benefits of Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus tea is an herbal tea with many health benefits. The hibiscus flower contains the calyx, which protects and supports the hibiscus plant and is responsible for those health benefits. Hibiscus tea consists of dried calyces, which are steeped to make both hot and cold beverages.

The most scientifically studied claim is the use of hibiscus tea to positively affect blood pressures and cholesterol and prevent cardiovascular disease. Some of the other less-researched health benefits of hibiscus tea include assisting in digestion, strengthening immunity, working as an anti-inflammatory agent, and reducing the risk of cancer.

Hibiscus tea as a natural diuretic.
Hibiscus tea has also been shown to work as a natural diuretic, increasing both urination and bowel movements. As the water leaves the body, it pulls the sodium with it, which is one mechanism by which blood pressure is reduced.
Hibiscus tea for immune support.
Hibiscus tea is thought to be excellent for immune support, as it is ex…

Sauteed Greens

Ingredients 1 tablespoon Primal Kitchen® Avocado Oil (or other oil) (15 ml)1 bunch dark, leafy greens (try kale or collards), leaves torn from stems and cut into thin strips*4 scallions, thinly sliced2 garlic cloves, thinly sliced1 teaspoon fish sauce (5 ml)squeeze of lemonVariations: Use coconut oil instead of avocado oilAdd ¼ cup/60 ml coconut milk at the same time as the fish sauceAdd red pepper flakes, or a sliced hot chili when garlic is addedAdd chopped ginger when garlic is addedTry different types of greens: kale, collards, Swiss Chard, mizuna, bok choyInstructions *The easiest way to chiffonade, or thinly slice, the leaves of greens is to tear or cut the leaves from the stems, stack a few leaves into a pile, then roll the pile into a tight cigar and slice Heat a wide skillet over medium-high heat. Add oil. When the oil is hot and shimmering, add green onions. Cook until lightly browned, 3 minutes. Add garlic, then quickly add greens in handfuls, stirring and adding more as the …