Sunday, January 6, 2013

Coconut Pumpkin noatmeal

I have been waiting to try this recipe for some time.  I copied this from the blogs out there, not even sure who to give credit to..

- 1/3 cup eggwhites
- 2 tablespoons coconut flour
- couple of spoonfuls pumpkin
- 1/4 cup coconut milk (unsweetened)
- lots of cinnamon
- dash of salt

Mix all together, microwave, and eat!

Cabbage Wraps


My new favorite new thing is savoy cabbage wraps...  I use the leaves as replacement for bread... 

Some examples:
- turkey with shredded cabbage, carrots and mustard
- scrambled egg and mustard


This one I added guacamole spread: 


Friday, January 4, 2013

Roasted Veggies

Roasted Veggies is my number one preferred method for cooking veggies: Here are two of my faves:

Roasted Cauliflower:  Wash, lay flat on pan and roast at 450 until tips are brown.  Easy. 


My two faves (topped with cinnamon and almond butter!) are roasted kabocha and butternut squash:

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Eggs, Eggs.... and More Eggs :)

My new obsession as of late has been eggs.  They are quick, easy to make (can't burn eggs!) and delicious.  They are low in calories (about 70-80 each, loaded with fats and protein, and no carbs!)

Packed in an omelet with tons of veggies (cheeseless):  I ordered this veggie omelet (egg beaters) from a restaurant (Deb's Diner in Salem, MA.  I highly recommend you try this place, the waitresses and owner are so nice!)


I made a spinach omelet at home that wasn't as delicious (more like scrambled eggs cooked with spinach).


Eggs with almond or other nut butters (I know I eat some pretty "weird" stuff, but I love this combo:
 

I also like making "egg pancakes."  I basically cook three whole eggs on a EVOO sprayed pan....  Cook on one side for a few minutes... once the eggs get hard, I flip it and then cook for another few minutes.  I keep them refrigerated and grab them on the go.