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Save this for next weekend’s indulgent brekki that also happens to be vegan and clean 🌱 🤗

This feast starts Friday night by soaking these ingredients for the Grain pancakes:

  • 1/4 cup brown rice
  • 1/4 cup quinoa (I used red)
  • 2/3 cup filtered water

If you want to make the cashew cream as well, soak 1 cup of cashews in 2 cups of water (or any 1:2 ratio that works for you) overnight.

Saturday Morning, add grains with their soaking water into a blender together with 1/4 of a 🍐 or 1/2 a 🍌, 2 TBSP shredded 🥥 and a pinch of salt. Blend and start frying them up in your favorite non toxic pan with some coconut oil.

For the cashew cream, you just throw the rinsed cashews in a blender and add water until your desired “cream” thickness.

And now for the easiest apple sauce in the world: cut and core a couple of apples and stew them with a cinnamon stick and some water in a small pot. Leave chunky or blend smooth if you like.
Who’s making this next weekend?🙋🏻‍♀️🥞

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You’re going to need:

  • 1 🍊
  • 1 🍌
  • 1 🍋
  • 1 🥝
  • 1 🥕
  • tsp of both turmeric and ginger
  • 1 tbsp of hemp seeds
  • 1/2 cup of coconut water
    Peel and chop it all up and blend in your high speed blender!
    This smoothie is a bit high carb (but not the point of this smoothie – it’s all about getting that good boost of vitamin c).
    Originally you’d have 71% carbs (70g), 18% fat (8g), 10% protein (10g).
    If you’d like to boost your protein more, just add a scoop of protein powder. I added @genuinehealth vegan fermented vanilla protein powder which got me to 58% carbs (72g), still 18% fat (10g) and now 24% protein (30g).
    I first came across this great recipe through the @121tribe wellness camp – they have another one starting March 13, I just booked it for myself, I highly recommend you check it out to learn more functional recipes like this.
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PB & J protein oats

Being someone who only discovered what a “PB & J” sandwich is in 2014 thanks to my Canadian friends, I now can’t get enough of it.

So here goes one popular version of it in this household:
– make your favorite oats (for me it was the Bob’s red mill quick steel cut oats)
– mix in a scoop of protein powder towards the end, when the oats are still a little more liquid than you want them to be so it absorbs it.
Top with:
– homemade jam (I heated a clam of organic raspberries with 2tsps of chia seeds)
– organic, unsweetened peanut butter.
You can replace the peanut butter with any other seed or nut butter as well. Enjoy!