gluten free - dairy free - soy free - vegan - kid friendly
OH MY SWEET GOODNESS.
This smoothie. It's like a decadent Sunday brunch in a glass. It tastes so much like a Cinnamon Roll that even my toddler said "mmmmm dessert!" when he tasted it.
It contains no refined white sugar, dairy, gluten or soy. Only sweetened with maple syrup and banana, its filling, contains oats for fiber and satisfies a sweet tooth if you need a sweet breakfast treat without all of the guilt.
Today is Valentine's Day. It's a gloomy, rainy day this year so we are playing indoors, sippin' on these and working on projects until daddy gets home. Our big romantic plans tonight? Grilling some chicken, hanging with our Grey and watching the Valentine's Day episode of The Goldbergs. #GetLit #HuluandHangWithToddler
What are your Valentine's Plans?
Also, make this smoothie this weekend. The recipe is for two smoothies, so if you've got little sweet tooths and hungry tummies in your home - double up.
Cinnamon Roll Smoothie
Put it all in a powerful blender and voila!
Serve cold with a sprinkle of cinnamon.
What did you do for Valentine's Day? And what's your favorite sweet breakfast hack? Share in the comments below!
Lots of love to you guys today and always!
Smoothies and watermelon go hand in hand for summer as well as a beach day and a good book.
This refreshing smoothie is PACKED with protein that it gets from the plant based protein and the nutter butter.
Creamy and hydrating, my kiddo requests this one on repeat.
1 12 oz. bottle WTRMLN WTR
1 scoop plant-based protein
1 tablespoon of almond butter (or other nut butter of choice)
1 teaspoon fresh grated ginger
½ cup ice
Add all ingredients to blender and blend until smooth.
Top with your favorite granola or fruit and enjoy with a friend.
Sharing my recipe for my Sparkling Strawberry Peach Lemonade on the West Valley Moms Blog today, click here to get this cool 4-ingredient refresher in time for the 4th.
For Mother's Day this year, along with a trip to a cabin in Flagstaff, my husband bought me my first juicer. I've wanted one for so, so long and just never brought myself to spend the money on one. That and I heard they were a P A I N to clean and ain't no mama got time for that.
He however, found me an AMAZING one that is the easiest EVER to clean. This is the one he got me and it's fairy inexpensive when it comes to kitchen appliances that work really well. For the recipe below, YOU DO NOT NEED A JUICER. Just a good blender. So you can keep reading if you have yet to snag yourself a good juicer.
The first juice I made at the cabin was a bust because I put a banana in it. NEWBIE ALERT. Don't do that. Bananas are not meant for juicers haha. If you want to add banana, put your juice in a blender with a banana and blend to finish.
When we returned home, however, I was SUPER excited to hit the farmers market for all the goodies to whip up a morning juice for me and my boys. I made a Carrot Beet juice full of iron and goodies along with some fruits and I'll be posting that shortly.
In addition to my new juices I've been in the mood to whip up a ton of new smoothies and I actually make this one every other morning now to accompany some granola, eggs or oatmeal.
The recipe is SUPER easy and I'm excited to roll out more smoothie and juicing recipes this summer as the temps heat up.
1 C. Silk Soy Milk Vanilla Yogurt Alternative
1 C. Organic Spinach (washed)
1/2 of an Avocado
1/2 Frozen or Chilled Banana
1 C. Frozen Mango
1 C. Soy Milk
1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
Blend all ingredients in a blender or food processor until smooth. (I use my Ninja Blender)
Serve immediately in chilled glass, top with additional fruit (optional) and enjoy!
Nosh & Nurture was born of this journey I am on to better the health of myself, my family and those around me. What started as a simple compilation of recipes has grown to a all-around lifestyle journal with ways to incorporate organic products into your home, pantry and beauty cabinet. I also include stories on pregnancy, new motherhood, travel, Proverbs 31 marriage, and spiritual health, as I am a Christian who couldn't do any of this without my Lord & Savior Jesus Christ. For more of my story you can click here.
All recipes are gluten-free and dairy-free with a lot of soy-free, grain-free, sugar-free options.
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