Looking for nutritious, delicious recipes to get your year off to the right start? Frustrated with the bevvy of recipes posing as healthy, but actually full of protein powders, food additive laced ‘diet’ food products and anything but real food? Do you have a life outside the kitchen and grocery store? Ha!
Here are 28 nutritious, delicious recipes made with real ingredients for people who have a life and appreciate real food. It’s really that simple. Simple is good. Enjoy!
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To be honest, there are a lot of gluten free baked goods out there that are awful. Straight up horrible. At some point along the way in this gluten free craze, manufacturers decided that it doesn’t matter if gluten free food products weigh 10 pounds, cause horrible gastric distress and taste like eating a heavily used cardboard box. The worst offender: gluten free bagels.
Gluten free bagels have a texture that feels an awful lot like trying to chew through a fleece blanket. Even if you toast them (why the frack wouldn’t you toast them), the texture issue is not resolved or even slightly better.
Once you choke down this faux-bagel wad, you now have 18 hours of gastric misery to look forward to. It will sit dead center of your intestinal track stirring up a gassy ruckus on both sides of its obstructiveness and make you feel like eating the wheat you’re allergic to was a better choice.
This all translates into the saddest loss to the gluten and wheat sensitive/allergic peeps of the world: the everything bagel is nothing now. Toss one in the bin for your homies. It’s a tragic loss.
That’s where the inspiration for this recipe came from. Named after my dear friend who truly feels the deep pain of the nothing bagel conundrum abyss. I created this very recipe so she, and everyone else, could enjoy a gluten free everything bagel morning.
Continuing to celebrate National Nutrition Month and NutritionSheila.com's one year anniversary with recipes around the world with a traditional Persian dish and another celebration.
Today is the Persian New Year. To me differences in culture have always been fascinating and something to enjoy. Rather than letting differences divide, they can unite and build relationships… especially when delicious food gets involved. I've found the eating delicious food is the best way to learn about another culture.
Growing up I had two very different cultural influences in my life with an all American mother from Iowa and a father from Iran. Yes. Iowa and Iran. Those are starkly different worlds! And I cherish that. Tell you what for, this lady can husk corn like nobody’s business and knows that no recipe is complete without at least 6 to 20 different spices in it.
All Anti Inflammatory Anti-Inflammatory Breakfast Buddha Bowl Chai Spices Chai Tea Latte Chickpea Salad Chili Coffee Enchiladas Entree Español Focaccia Bread Game Day Dip Game Day Recipe Gluten Free Green Bean Casserole Headache/Migraine Prevention Healthy Dessert Healthy Skin Healthy Spaghetti Protein Protein Cremes Pumpkin Ratatouille Salsa Sauce Side Dish Soup Spice Blend Tacos Tea Vegan Vegetarian