Hope you had a nice Labor Day weekend! Do you have Back-to-School blues or are you excited for the Autumn hues?
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A Morselicious lifestyle includes:
• Indulging in all life offers you:
• Getting on your glow, preferably at least 20 minutes of exercise every day, and yes, walking counts.
• Giving yourself at least 20 minutes a day JUST FOR YOU • Choosing tasty/real/whole foods
• Eating mindfully and graciously
• Reading nutritional labels • Cutting back on sugar and sodium from processed foods • Adding color (a rainbow of veggies) to your meals/plates/bowls • Experimenting with new tastes, foods, experiences
• Spending time with loved ones, daily
• Expressing gratitude
• Knowing we all have choices and deciding to choose
• And when we make mistakes, because we will, stay open and learn from them, then
Give the gift of Morselicious recipes to yourself or your loved ones. All of my cookbooks include low-to-no sugar, gluten and grain-free, low-sodium, clean, real food recipes and every one is loaded with Morselicious love and flavor!
Here’s one of my latest recipes posted in Vitacost’s The Upside: Cashew Fro Yo Bites
- 2 cups unsweetened cashew yogurt coconut yogurt, or 2% Greek yogurt (for non-vegans)
- 1/2 cup cashew butter or nut butter of choice
- Pinch sea salt
- Pinch stevia, if extra sweetness is desired
- ½ cup unsweetened coconut flakes
- Coconut oil cooking spray
- ½ cup dark chocolate chips, optional & oh, sooooo good
In a mixing bowl, combine yogurt, salt, stevia, coconut flakes, and chocolate chips, if using.
Into a glass brownie pan lightly sprayed with coconut oil, pour the yogurt mixture.
Using a spoon, drizzle nut butter over yogurt, making the design of choice.
Place in the freezer for about 45 minutes.
Let sit briefly prior to slicing into squares. Return unused portion to freezer immediately. (Note: Squares will defrost quickly. Add to small ramekins, if desired, and eat with a spoon.)
I’m not a vegan but want to eat more plant-forward based on your suggestions. I’m getting better at eating a rainbow weekly, not there on a daily basis, yet but I am making progress. Any simple suggestions to incorporate more veggies into my diet?
W.I.P. (Work in progress from Michigan)
Congratulations on your progress! It sounds like you’re on a great start! I like to encourage my health coaching clients to choose at least three veggies each month that begin with the letter of the month to experiment with. Since it’s the beginning of September, how about incorporating more Spinach, Scallions, and Sauerkraut into your diet? Or find the three “S” veggies that strike your fancy and start there. Please keep me posted on your progress, and thanks for reading my posts and for your question.
Looking forward to hearing from and working with all of you. Morselicious thanks! 🙂