Happy Thursday, all!
If any of you have seen Julia and Julia, which if you’re foodies, you probably have, then that’s exactly what I’ve been doing recently. Well, along with rigorous classes, work, health issues, and much more.
Who, you may ask, may I be doing all this cooking from?
You guessed it- Ashley from Edible Perspective!
She’s done a guest post on my blog, but I also feature quite a bit of her recipes, and make my own variations on them. I can’t tell you how much I love all of her creative, nutritious, and whole recipes. They’re so spot on with what I love food- wise!
Ashley’s peanut butter puffmaranth with banana; green juice.
This was amazing- I love not only the popped amaranth, but blending milk with nut butter! It gives the best taste to the bland amaranth grain, without adding any excess sugar. I used coconut milk- it was delicious! Good call, Ashley
Filled me up and energized me for hours! Definitely a wonderful, nutrient- dense, yet fulfilling breakfast
As much as I love her breakfast ideas, I’ve also made quite a bit of her savory- type dishes, as well. Just as good as the sweet/ breakfast- type creations!
Tomato- coconut curry alongside coconut amaranth- millet.
I served this a few nights ago- in the mood for something spicy and warming. It most definitely did the trick and was wonderful. Better yet, my non- vegan friendly parents loved it as well. I make curries all the time, but this was unique and distinct.
And of course, it makes a perfect salad topper the next day!
And of course, as noted in my last post, I’ve had many on- the go- meals as well.
Don’t always have time to make her amazing creations.
Simple. Sweet. Nourishing.
And more crazy, random salad beasts have been on the menu….
As you can see, much of my eats have been revolved around Ashley’s amazing, to die for, creations. Julia can cook french-type foods, but I’m sticking to Ashley’s amazing recipes.
Gotta go make her kale pesto- it’s pizza night tonight!
Happy Thursday! XO