Oatmeal is one of those super foods when you want to slim down the belly fat.
So on Sunday I made three servings of organic slow rolled oats, which I cooked in water with half a teaspoon of turmeric and salt.
I added a psyllium husk and flax seed mixture to this, about 1 tablespoon. I also added 1 teaspoon of cinnamon and one ripe banana while it cooked.
No sugar. No milk. I cooked about a cup of oats in 2 cups of water for about 10 minutes under medium heat.
I have to say it tasted pretty great. To the first warm bowl I added 1 tablespoon of natural peanut butter.
I used the rest of the cooked oatmeal to prepare breakfast for work in advance.
Added one nectarine:
Preparing the rolled oats this way allowed me to keep my breakfast clean with no added sugar.
I’ll warm these batches up in the microwave and the natural sugars from the fruit will be good enough for me!
I finally made a dressing that I wanted to try for a while, it’s featured on http://www.theveganroad.com and it’s called is their zesty tahini oil free dressing.
Here’s the recipe:
I added more green onions then called for and I also added more garlic, but I think it’s best to stick to the recipe! Even though I had a lot of garlic onion flavor this dressing was awesome.
My plan is to go buy a big bag of super greens and just enjoy this dressing with it. Also, this dressing goes along way. Use a little and it’ll coat your food well.
It blended well in my Nutri bullet:
Today I added it to three diced boiled red potatoes, one can of colorful chickpeas and one diced pan fried (no oil) zucchini:
It was so good. This week my goal is to cut out added sugar.
I’ve been making sushi. No bamboo roll mat needed, no fish, just fresh rice, avocado, sesame seeds, wasabi, seaweed sheets and a lot of love!
These maki rolls are delicious, healthy, affordable, cruelty free and fun to make.
I bought a package of 10 roasted sushi sheets at my supermarket for about two bucks. I bought a bag of my favorite rice, some rice wine vinegar, wasabi, some sesame seeds and the rest is just your fillings.
Don’t put hot rice on your seaweed sheets, wait for it to be room temperature and then spread it on the seaweed sheet with a plastic spoon.
I added some rice wine vinegar to my rice and stirred it in. You leave the top inch with no rice so you can spread some water on it with fingers as you roll up.
You put your fillings in the middle and roll. I got it on my first try but they say it takes practice. So easy, delicious and super healthy!
I discovered how to do this by watching YouTube videos by High Carb Hannah and Cheap Lazy Vegan. Love both those channels!
It’s a great vegan lunch or dinner, and so fun to make! I’ve made these sushi rolls twice now and they were delicious until the last piece! I drink a cold homemade elderflower Italian soda with my vegan sushi.