I love sweets, and have had to find ways to satisfy my sweet tooth, without the processed sugars and flour. ONE of my favorite desserts growing up was cookie dough, but with my gluten allergies, I
haven’t had chocolate cookie dough in over 4 years….UNTIL the other day when I came across a recipe on Dr. Jungers Clean Eats website. I made a few adjustments, like removing the Agave and replacing it wit Coconut nectar, which is much lower on the glycemic index, and taste just as sweet and rich. As well as adding a small amount of organic dried unsulfered fruit. YUMMMM!
1 CAN CHICKPEAS DRAINED AND RINSED
1/4 CUP ALMOND BUTTER OR WHITE CHOCOLATE CAKE BATTER COCO-NUT BUTTER
3T COCONUT NECTAR
3T ROLLED OR WHOLE OATS
2tsp PURE VANILLA EXTRACT
1/4 tsp BAKING SODA
1/4 tsp SEA SALT
1/3 CUP GLUTEN FREE MINI CHOCOLATE CHIPS
I USE MY VITAMIX ON LOW TO MIX ALL THE INGREDIENTS ADDING THE CHOCOLATE CHIPS AFTER I HAVE THE PERFECT CONSISTENCY. REFRIGERATE FOR A FEW HOURS AND ENJOY!
I absolutely love chineese food, but hate the bloat due to all the extra sodium, not to mention the hidden ingredients that are found in these foods.
So I took a classic version and turned it into a nutrient dense super meal, that will leave your stomach satisfied and your taste buds screaming for more!
STIR FRY BLACK RICE with sauteed spinach and artichokes
- cup of cooked black rice(follow directions on package)
- 2 eggs
- 2tsp seasome oil
- 2tsp coconut aminos
- garlic powder
- 1 tsp rice wine vinegar
- 2 cups fresh or frozen spinach
- 5 artichoke hearts
- optional 4 oz cooked chicken breast COOKING DIRECTIONS
In frying pan add 1 tsp. of sesame oil over medium heat. Add 2 whole scrambled eggs ,once cooked add rice. Cook for another 3 minutes then add 1tsp coconut aminos, garlic powder and if desired cooked chicken breast For spinach , add 1tsp sesame oil in frying pan spinach, artichokes,garlic and rice wine vinegar over low to medium heat for 3-5 min. If you like it spicy add some tapatio.