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Healthy 3 Ingredient Chocolate Banana Ice Cream
Chocolate Banana Ice Cream tastes EXACTLY like chocolate ice cream and is made with only 3 ingredients and they're all healthy. My favorite way to eat it is as soft serve right out of the blender but you can also freeze so it's firm enough to scoop into ice cream cones.
This Chocolate Banana Ice Cream recipe has been on serious repeat here for weeks. Like, every other day kind of repeat. I must have made it four times before I realized that I had to share the recipe with you. It's seriously the easiest healthy ice cream recipe there is and you would NEVER know it's good for you.
The first time I made it I threw the three ingredients in my Vitamix without measuring. My handsome man, who's super skeptical about healthy treats, rolled his eyes and told me I was making mashed up bananas, not ice cream. He changed his tune when he tried it and asked me to make more when his bowl was empty.
And honestly, how could he not?
Just look at that scoop!
Peach Caprese Skewers
Servings: Makes 16 servings
4 peaches pitted, sliced & quartered
16 small fresh mozzarella balls
16 fresh basil leaves
16 cherry tomatoes
4 slices of prosciutto, cut into quarters
Balsamic glaze to drizzle
Coarse salt & freshly ground pepper to taste
Directions: Thread peaches, mozzarella, basil, tomatoes and prosciutto alternately on small skewers.
Just before serving, sprinkle with sea salt and pepper, drizzle with the best olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
Blueberry Broccoli Spinach Salad
Channeling the flavors of some of some of my favorite restaurant salads, this tasty Blueberry Broccoli Spinach Salad with Poppyseed Ranch is the perfect blend of savory sweetness!
PREP TIME 10 MINUTES
SERVINGS 2 SERVINGS
CALORIES 265 KCAL
EASY TO MAKE HUMMUS
With added Protein
Hummus already contains some protein from chickpeas (garbanzo beans), but it often doesn’t add up to a lot of protein per serving. Adding some shelled hemp seeds to the mixture can enhance protein content and increase healthful fatty acids, too.
WHAT IS FUNCTIONAL NUTRITION?
The Institute for Functional Medicine
Functional Nutrition emphasizes the importance of high quality foods and phytonutrient diversity to addresss clinical imbalances and move individuals toward the highest expression of health.
FUNCTIONAL NUTRITION fundamentals
Eating your way to better health
Functional Nutrition is about finding the right way for each of us as individuals to eat—using food to maximize the potential for health and reverse dysfunction or disease.There is no single “right diet” that applies to all of us.We have different genetic backgrounds, different preferences, and different lives.We all want to be healthy, but most of us haven’t figured out just how to make food and dietary patterns serve that goal. Functional Nutrition offers the concepts, strategies, and tools to make that happen!
Cooked: a natural history of transformation
Explored through the lenses of the four natural elements – fire, water, air and earth – Cooked is an enlightening and compelling look at the evolution of what food means to us through the history of food preparation and its universal ability to connect us. Highlighting our primal human need to cook, the series urges a return to the kitchen to reclaim our lost traditions and to forge a deeper, more meaningful connection to the ingredients and cooking techniques that we use to nourish ourselves. The four part docuseries is available on Netflix.