1. Blueberries, kasha, almond milk, brown sugar
Combine kasha, blueberries, and almond milk in a bowl. Sprinkle lightly with brown sugar.
2. Pineapple beet juice, avocado, egg, Sriracha
For the juice, combine 3 medium beets and half a pineapple in a blender. Puree and strain through a flour sack cloth.
3. Overnight Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Oats
I know overnight oats are so last year, but that doesn’t stop them from being delicious. Combine 1/3 cup of oats, 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk, pinch of cinnamon, 1/4 tsp vanilla, 5 chopped dates, and 1 tbsp chia. Allow to sit in the fridge overnight. In the morning, add in a banana and a small handful of chocolate chips. Enjoy.
3. Raspberry Kale Mini Smoothie
Combine 3/4 cup frozen raspberries, handful of kale, 1/2 cup almond milk, and honey to taste in a blender. You can make it heartier by adding a banana or peanut butter, but it tastes really wonderful and refreshing as is.
5. Popped amaranth, strawberries, honey
Tips for popping amaranth:
1.No matter how much amaranth you’re popping, it will go all over the stove. Save yourself the cleanup time by using a large pot with a glass lid. 2. Don’t use any lubricants such as oil or non stick spray. 3. Instead of stirring, shake the pot back and forth vigorously….just like if you were making popcorn 4. Amaranth can be finicky. Start of by testing a spoonful in the pot. If it doesn’t burn, you’re good. 5. Let the pot get really hot before you put the amaranth in 6. Let a little over half of the amaranth pop, remove from heat, and continue to shake. It will continue to pop and you won’t get as many burned bits.