Yes, it can!
- Cut banana in less than ½ inch thick circles in a regular bowl.
- Sprinkle the Chia and Hemp on top of the banana.
This is a closer picture than I normally would take but the kids and I ate some before it dawned on me to take the picture.
Zucchini bake has been a faithful staple in our family’s food rotation. It has given us a lot of comfort on the hard days in this whole food journey. Depending on our family’s current IGg test results or if my husband or I decided to do a detox with our health care providers help. This recipe has been able to be adjusted to meet all those heavy requirements. For example, we just recently added tomatoes back in because they had been on my IGg test result before.
We tried canned tomatoes at first but they made my mouth feel weird. I am not an expert or a scientist but for some reason, I feel that the citric acid they use in canned foods in combination with the tomatoes chemistry does not agree with me. But fresh tomatoes I don’t have that problem with.
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I will update the picture as soon as I get this new nutritional yeast. ( I wanted an ooey-gooey noodle picture, but this one does show how versatile it is.) On this particular day I had a craving for a cheeseburger, you know the kind of cheeseburger that has so much melted cheese on it that it oozes all over your hand and plate.
The above picture was my gluten-free, dairy free, soy free, corn free, egg free no bun version.
Cheeseburger Soup ( Coming Soon)
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This recipe has a funny story. Every time we make it we usually change something about the recipe. This particular time we didn’t have enough ingredients to make a whole batch, and most of the ingredients were… let’s say sketchy at best. They still turned out. The kids ate them. I call that a win.
The original recipe, which I can’t find at the moment but will update this post once I do, had a really nice description of why she weighed out the ingredients instead of measuring them. So convincing that I weigh them out every time I do this recipe. Except for the salt. I can’t bring myself to put that much salt in it. That is why it is in teaspoons instead of weight. See the recipe below for more information. From what I can remember of the post it is more exact to weigh the ingredients out than to measure them.
This is what the dough should look like. If it does not, it will be hard to work with.
Kids approved. This is another reason I love homeschooling. I get to teach my kids real life skills that they will use every day. Ps. The outfits were Christmas gifts. Don’t they look so cute?
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