Several months ago… more like a year… I purchased a small container of wheat berries. Not entirely sure what I was going to do with them, I figured eventually I would come across an amazing recipe to try. Finally, that day has come. If you weren’t aware, wheat berries are whole and unprocessed kernels of… Continue reading Wheat Berry Salad
When I was little I used to love brussel sprouts. I called them “little cabbages” and I popped one by one in my mouth. Then I went through a phase where the sight of them made me gag and run the other way. However, with time, I learned to love my “little cabbages” again.… Continue reading Hello from Brussels!
I have never eaten Tofurkey. But it is definitely on my bucket list! I don’t think there is ever enough inspiration when it comes to Holiday dishes and recipes. Whether you are feeding a small family or an entire houseful, food should be cooked with love and enjoyed by all. I receive many emails this… Continue reading ToFurkey Day 1
Since parsnips and carrots are related it only makes sense to combine them into a simple yet delightful side dish. Ingredients 2 large carrots 2 medium parsnips 1/4 of a red or yellow onion 1-3 cloves garlic, depending on how much you like 2 tablespoons EVOO S & P to taste Pre heat oven… Continue reading Roasted Root Vegetables
Several months ago… more like a year… I purchased a small container of wheat berries. Not entirely sure what I was going to do with them I figured eventually I would come across an amazing recipe to try. Finally, that day has come. If you weren't aware, wheat berries are whole and unprocessed kernels of… Continue reading Wheat berry Salad
Did you know that the traditional English Breakfast has beans on the menu? Compared to sausage, bacon and fried eggs, beans are a healthy, protein packed side that are low in fat. Inspired by Tina’s post, I was suddenly craving beans at 8:30 in the morning. Serve with a side of whole wheat of sprouted… Continue reading Garlicky Beans
Hey all! Tiffany from The Gracious Pantry contacted me a few days ago asking if she could write a guest post and to create a recipe for my readers. I am a huge fan of her blog so of course I was honored to have her be a guest on The Clean Eating Mama. Enjoy!… Continue reading Guest Post – Rosemary polenta from TheGraciousPantry.com
I made this dip/spread on Mother’s Day and it was a big hit! Rich in basil and lemon flavor, this spread works well on bread, crackers and vegetables. It is both vegan and raw. [Recipe Source]Ingredients:1 1/2 cup raw cashews, soaked for 4 hours in plain water1 teaspoon crushed garlic2 tablespoons lemon juicesalt and pepper… Continue reading Basil and Herb Cashew “Cheese” Spread
We all know how healthy brown rice is for our bodies, but rice can be a bit boring and flavorless. I precooked my brown rice in low sodium, organic vegetable broth first to give a very flavorful, yet soft flavor. Then I added healthy olive oil, herbs, beans and topped it with creamy avocado. For… Continue reading Olive Oil and Basil Brown Rice
Remember this guy? It has taken almost a month before anything happened, aka the root. But look at what I spotted today! Every day I have been impatiently checking on the status of my little seed and there has been no progress. I almost threw it out a few weeks ago but then I read… Continue reading It has hatched!