All posts tagged: meal prep

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Lemony Roasted Cauliflower Recipe

Lemony Herb Roasted Cauliflower-🍋 This is one of my favorite weekly meal preps and it’s so simple to make Did you know, Cruciferous Vegetables are so good for you 😊  Cruciferous vegetables include arugula, bok choy, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collards, kale, kohlrabi, radish, and turnips. They are rich in fiber, low in calories and will keep you feeling full longer. They contain so many incredible phytochemicals which help metabolize and balance hormones such as estrogen. They are researched in cancer prevention. Cruciferous vegetables are great for metabolic detoxification, liver support and so much more. Click to learn more.  Cruciferous vegetables are so incredible for our bodies that they made it on the Daily Dozen List created by Dr. Michael Greger author of  How Not to Die and Nutritionfacts.org. He suggests at least a 1/2 Cup serving per day.    Amazing Roasted Cauliflower Recipe-Now…Let’s get Cooking 🧑‍🍳  If you have a big family you can double this recipe. 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit 2. Simply take a head of (preferable organic) cauliflower, …

Nourish bowls as my go to meal for health + a little herb love

Nourish bowls…Buddha bowls 🥣…super amazing  bowls filled with nutritious and health filled goodies, with a rainbow of colors, tastes and more ☀️   Your body really is a temple and what we eat matters   I love making nourish bowls, these because they’re easy and help me meal prep. I typically cook a big batch of everything and then put into smaller pyrex containers for the first 3 days of the week. That way I only have a few finishing touches to make sure the meal is aligned with what I my body needs that day.      They’re as simple as… 🍚 base of grains/ seeds, I use organic quinoa like 95% of the time, it’s easy, my body likes it and it tastes great. I usually eat 1/3-1/2 cup. You can bulk prep this on Sunday or Monday to make your life even sweeter.   🥬 greens and beans, I like to cook a batch of beans (kidney, black, black eyed peas, chickpeas, I call this my “bean of the week” with onion and …