I know, Monday’s aren’t exactly known for rainbows, butterflies and happy times, but I have a brand new recipe for you… that has to count for something, right?
I’m really focusing on quick, easy and nourishing entrees this week. I’ve come up with 5 gluten-free meal recipes that will make you a believer in all-things cleansing. For serious, I’ve been eating like a queen over here! Starting with this recipe today. It’s been my go-to meal for the past couple of days. It’s easy, inexpensive, and so… perfect.
Oh, and did I mention that it’s like, ridiculously good?
Don’t let the funny green stuff on the plate throw you off.
Have I ever steered you in the wrong direction before?
Let’s do this.
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I’ve added chopped kale to this mixture and it’s just as good!
Also, if you’re vegan you could leave out the egg and top the greens with protein boost nut and seed mix.
I was a bit skeptical of eating beet greens at first, too. They’re not bitter at all and actually hold the flavor of the onion and garlic really, really well. I chose to remove the stems because I didn’t like them… but I think it’s a preference thing.
Okay, so now that you have an awesome new recipe to try out this week, how was your weekend? What did you get up to?
Kevin and I ended up taking Friday off and going on a little adventure to the Montreal Biodome (we also visited Anthropologie and Jugo Juice on the way for some retail therapy and sustenance). It was a great day! Out of all the animals we saw, the beaver was my favorite. He was on a mission to build his dam. I’ve never seen an animal so focused on the task at hand. That, and we watched him eat which was pretty darn cool too.
Here are a couple of the pictures Kevin took…
Also, did you know that porcupines hang out in trees?