RECETA: CROQUETAS DE PAICHE
estas maravillas tienen un sabor increíble a base de coco y jengibre
☑️200g de paiche (pescado)
☑️3/4 de taza de harina de coco
☑️1 cda de jengibre molido
☑️1/2 cda de cúrcuma
☑️1/2 cda de ajo molido
☑️Zumo de medio limón
☑️Sal rosada al gusto
1️⃣En la licuadora mezcla el pescado con los huevos y todos los ingredientes menos la harina de coco
2️⃣En un bowl revuelve la mezcla con la harina de coco hasta formar una masa
3️⃣Con las manos forma unos discos pequeños delgados y colócalos sobre papel encerado
4️⃣Colócalos en el air fryer por 8 minutos (puedes hornearlos también)
Para la salsa utilicé vinagre de cacao♥️
0 13 minutes ago
No grains, no problem!
Dinner is served😎
On my plate:
🍤Freshly caught gulf shrimp
🍜Sweet potato noodles
Been watching and loving The Victorian way and @townsends_official on YouTube a lot lately. So of course when the weather decided to get cold I took the opportunity to cook dinner on our antique woodstove. Made a big pot of venison stew, and even baked a loaf of paleo bread, using a Legit bread mix. My first time ever doing bread in the wood stove and the crust got burnt, but the inside was perfect, so I just cut the crust off! Next time hopefully I can regulate the heat better! @legitbreadcompany#woodstove#paleo
🍤🍖 SHRIMP AND SAUSAGE PALEO SKILLET MEAL 🍖🍤
1 lb of medium or large shrimp (peeled and deveined)
6 oz of pre-cooked smoked sausage, chopped (choose your favorite)
3/4 cup diced red bell pepper
3/4 cup diced green bell pepper
1/2 of a medium yellow onion, diced
1/4 cup chicken stock
1 zucchini, chopped
2 garlic cloves, diced
Salt & pepper to taste
Pinch of red pepper flakes
2 tsp Old Bay Seasoning
Olive oil or coconut oil
Optional garnish: chopped parsley
1. Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat with some olive oil or coconut oil
2. Season shrimp with Old Bay Seasoning
3. Cook shrimp about 3-4 minutes until opaque – remove and set aside
4. Cook onions and bell peppers in skillet with 2 Tbsp of olive oil or coconut oil for about 2 minutes
5. Add sausage and zucchini to the skillet, cook another 2 minutes
6. Put cooked shrimp back into skillet along with the garlic, and cook everything for about 1 minute
7. Pour chicken stock into pan and mix through to moisten everything
8. Add salt, ground pepper, and red pepper flakes to taste
9. Remove from heat, garnish with parsley and serve hot
PureWow recipe link: http://www.paleonewbie.com/20-minute-shrimp-sausage-paleo-skillet-meal/
0 246 minutes ago
GUILT FREE TIKKA MASALA! Sunday scaries no more with spoonfuls of creamy tikka masala. 🥘 #ad My version tastes just like restaurant style tikka masala but the sauce is dairy free and uses organic and gluten free spices from @pureindianfoods like turmeric, garam masala, fenugreek leaves, and more. Use grassfed paneer, chicken, jackfruit or whatever other healthy protein you have on hand. I ate mine with cauli rice for a complete and balanced meal. I use this same recipe for my tikka masala enchiladas - so feel free to repurpose leftovers! Cheers to a Sunday with happy hearts and bellies. 🧡 #raodyrecipes
Reposted from @densanutricao (@get_regrann) - Já escutei vários médicos e até nutricionistas falando Isso! Mas não entra na minha cabeça 🥺. Fico imaginando uma pessoa, por exemplo, que tenha #resistenciaainsulina , #diabetestipo2 , #obesidade e comendo de tudo um pouco.
Um pouco de pão... pouco de arroz.... pouco de brigadeiro... pouco de tapioca... de pouco em pouco seria um CAOS. E o que dizer de pessoas com compulsão alimentar? Em? Em!? Um pouquinho de doce de leite não 🥺atrapalha?👁
Sei que muita gente da saúde não vai gostar muito dessa publicação... mas...sim, vão me perguntar a fonte: nenhuma, só o que eu acho mesmo e o que eu observo nas pessoas ao meu redor. #densanutricao#drsouto#keto#paleo#comidadeverdade - #regrann
Doing my weekly journaling for new healthy/paleo/vegan recipes. I was feeling something that was dessert-ish so I blended up this chocolate shake. Surprisingly, it’s not too bad. 1 cup of soy vanilla milk, 3 tbsp of unsweetened cocoa powder, 2 bananas (because I love extra bananas but the sugars going to ruin my dinner) 1/2 tbsp of vanilla. Ice and blend. I got my 21 day plan in action. We all gave to start somewhere. If you fall off that horse, get back on. Practice makes perfect. I have a goal to lose 50 pounds. I’ll be happy with 35, but I’d love to knock 50 out of the park. •
If there’s goat cheese on top I’m always in 🙌🏽 this bowl is a combination of mixed greens, cucumbers, red peppers, sautéed mushrooms, chopped egg, cilantro, walnuts, grilled chicken, and alllll the goat cheese. Best way to end the weekend 🤩
@nutpods were the first brand of nut milk creamer I ever tried that I actually enjoyed. The consistency is thick like half & half and there is indeed a nutty flavor (to be expected) which I really love. This is a regular product in my life-after Whole30 along with other nut milk creamers. I’m saying goodbye to my last container of the beloved limited edition holiday Peppermint Mocha flavor and going back to the tried and true French Vanilla (along with hazelnut & original which I also love!) This was not a readily available option during the first @Whole30 I ever did years ago but I think that was honestly for the best, because drinking my coffee black definitely helped me cut back on the overall amount of coffee I was consuming - and realized how much I actually relied on creamer. The last Whole30 I completed I used nutpods but over the years I’ve been able to sustain a moderate amount of coffee consumption and don’t feel like I NEED creamer; mostly I use it because sometimes black coffee can be too harsh on my sensitive stomach. So if you’re currently in your January Whole30 or thinking about doing one, while these are Whole30 approved I encourage you to try your coffee black and then slowly incorporate these into your regimen so you don’t find yourself just replacing half & half with a compliant creamer and overindulging when maybe cutting back could be a good thing for you. Just some food for thought!!
you asked, and I delivered: put together a list of my favorite recipes using almond flour! ❤️👆🏼 from sweet cakes and muffins to savory crackers and chicken tenders — there’s something for everyone! grab the recipe on the blog — link in bio.
Homemade #paleo sandwich bread for the win! 💫
I’ve been super bloated lately and it may be from gluten or lectins. Everyone knows what gluten is however lectins not so much (or at-least I was unfamiliar). It’s a type of protein found in most foods especially grains and legumes and can be toxic if consumed in excess causing gut issues and autoimmune diseases. Good enough reason for me to make my own bread without all the bad stuff! No preservatives, gluten-free and grain free! 🙌🏻
0 920 minutes ago
One of my most favorite treats at Disney, The Incredi-Cookie! It’s just delicious, it’s my go to treat, yes it has sugar (it is gluten free) but it’s still “not keto”
While I do think it’s easy to stay keto at Disneyland, I also believe in everyone doing what works for them.
I personally don’t like to indulge in non-keto foods for more than a meal or 2 (at the MOST), I won’t take a week off for vacation or just for shits & giggles 😅.
I say one meal, and back at it.
For me: One week leads to two weeks and before you know it you’re 10lbs up and losing motivation...
A few Disney Keto tips:
-Ask for double veggies in place of the starch option
-Ask for zoodles instead of pasta
(Lamplight Lounge has zoodles!)
-Pickles & Cheese at Bengal Snacks
(they also have chicken skewers & bacon wrapped asparagus!)
-Order nachos minus the chips (or carne asada without the fries at Award Weiner’s
-Ala carte eggs and protein at Carnation Cafe
-Bring emergency keto snacks (in case you wanna grab a big fat pretzel)😅
-TURKEY LEGS 🍗
-Refill your water bottles at any drink machine, need that water!
-SHARE! We always have bigger eyes than stomach do we split our meals
Also, relax! Enjoy your favorite Disney treat. You’re walking THOUSANDS of steps a day. We also don’t worry about the marinades on our food while we’re here, it may have a little sugar...but again sometimes you just have to live.
I’m sure I am missing some so if you have any drop em’!
4 10820 minutes ago
Shrimp fried cauliflower rice (with coconut aminos) it's SO good. I used to hate cauliflower rice until hubby made it like this.
Chicken/black beans/tomatoes in crock pot with chicken "enchiladas" - made with zucchini instead of tortillas and vegan cheese and homemade enchilada sauce 🙌 #paleo#whole30#arbonne30daystohealthyliving
Non diet related resolutions: Read at least one new book per month 📚. There’s a time and place for all the self help and spirituality books in the world, but there’s something about getting lost in fiction that truly allows me to escape, fantasize, and be completely captivated. Reading, to me, is a pure form of meditation in which my mind practices being focused and attentive. I’ll be sharing my favorite books each month. Comment below any and all suggestions ♥️
Justin is begging me to make this Whole30 Salisbury steak casserole again this week and with the weather, I’m on board for some comfy, cozy meals 😍❄️
While it may not be the most beautiful, it’s everything you love about classic salisbury steak, but it’s made with only the good stuff! Healthy, hearty and cozy, this salisbury steak casserole is loaded with ground beef, vegetables, a thick gravy, and then baked together. Perfect for dinner or meal prep, and the reviews on this recipe are already raves!! 🙌🏻
You can find the recipe on wholekitchensink.com, on the home page or search “casserole”!
31 7027 hours ago
I got into the strongest, best shape of my life... when I started eating more. Funny how that works, huh?
Sure I was eating healthy foods. But id place “rules” on myself; not eating a meal until a certain time, not allowing myself a snack, trying to be as active as possible while consuming very little. Wanna know what happened? I screwed up my metabolism, I felt like SH*T, I had very little muscle definition, no energy to move, was consumed by thoughts of food, & would end up binging at night, like I’d never see food again.
When I finally decided to FUEL myself, everything changed. My relationship with food & exercise was better than ever. Id kill my workouts, started seeing strength gains, & my metabolism was finally healing. Trust me, it’s a process, but I kept at it & was kind of shocked by the results. The concept of eating more, to look better? It’s hard to believe.
Now, I know the “listening to your body & eating intuitively” thing is so saturated these days.. but for good reason. I started tuning into my hunger cues & honoring them. I’d build my plate around a healthy fat, source of protein, & FIBER. Focusing on fiber-rich foods will ensure you’re choosing a good carbohydrate source, keep you satiated, & aid in digestion.
So let’s all vow in 2020, to stop starving ourselves. To stop demonizing food. To start fueling ourselves, so we get out of these food obsessed thoughts. It may be uncomfortable at first, but I promise it’s worth the journey in the end! & I’ll never complain about putting down some dessert for ab definition, am I right 😂🙋🏼♀️
But now onto what you’re here for.. sorry, gotta test these babies once more because ya girl has this habit of throwing stuff in a bowl & just going with it (I don’t write any measurements down 🤦🏼♀️) but I’ll share this week! They’re Cinnamon Tahini Caramel Pistachio Bars & theyre INSANE.
Have you got 15 minutes for these sweet potato egg nests with greens on the side 🍳
Whilst the calories for myself are pretty low. It’s a pretty satisfying meal. You could add some bacon / chorizo or even double up the recipe to reach your needs.
I invested in a decent table top spiraliser several years ago and has been one of the best investments in my kitchen apart from my kitchen knife, non toxic cooking pans and cutting boards.
Eggs are a true superfood. Loaded with every nutrient apart from vitamin C. But, the benefits of being an omnivore allows for food combining = more nutrient density and synergies which allow overall better nutrient absorption potential and hopefully better health ❤️
2 medium free range organic eggs
1 medium sweet potato - spiralised
1 tsp ghee
Handful of Russian / black kale (calvo nero)
1. Heat a oven proof pan on medium high heat. Preheat grill to medium.
2. Add 3/4 of the ghee.
3. Sauté the sweet potato noodles for 3-4 minutes until softened. Divide into 2 equal amounts. Then form nests make sure the noodles are tightly packed.
4. Add the remaining 1/4 ghee into the middle of the hole.
6. Crack an egg in each nest.
7. Add the kale to the side of the nests. Cook for 4 minutes.
8. Transfer the pan under the grill. Cook for 1-3 minutes until your desired yolk consistency.
9. Remove from oven, sprinkle with sea salt and tuck in.
Super easy super simple.
Share with someone who needs this in their life 🔥
Have a great week ahead. Ryan ✌🏽❤️ .
26 1,3251 hour ago
NEW!! This Chicken Cobb Salad is amazing and you’ll love the dressing. That’s all. 😋 (Click ➡️ @natashaskitchen for recipe link in bio)
On My Blog: https://natashaskitchen.com/cobb-salad/
New on the blog - these spicy and sweet chili lime chicken wings are packed with flavor and perfect for parties, appetizers or a fun dinner! They’re paleo with a Whole30 option to sweeten the sauce, family friendly and a total crowd pleaser - they disappeared in record time in my house! Link to the recipe is in my bio 🍗😄🎉 https://www.paleorunningmomma.com/chili-lime-chicken-wings-paleo/ #whole30recipes#chickenwings
Which one would you choose?!? 1️⃣, 2️⃣, or 3️⃣? I’ll take them ALL! .
DA GOODS: @whole30 sweet potato toasts (slice sweet potato, rub with olive or coconut oil, bake at 400 for 20 mins, flip halfway):
1️⃣ blueberries and @crazyrichardspb almond butter
2️⃣ avocado, radishes, and hemp hearts
3️⃣ banana, pomegranate seeds, and freeze dried raspberries