All tagged Whole 30

Classic Green Smoothie

Ok I know there are approximately a bazillion “Green Smoothie” recipes on the internet and in no way am I bashing them BUT sometimes you just need a few simple ingredients to make you feel great and satisfy your hunger. So here is an uncomplicated solution to that!

Chai Smoothie

Another smoothie for the Winnow Smoothie Series. This one is more like a dessert and actually tastes more like a milkshake than anything! It’s pretty decadent but not nearly as bad for you as a real milkshake.

Blackened Salmon With Mango Salsa

The mango salsa is a nice balance to the spicy blackened seasoning. If you don’t like spice- feel free to make a mild version with less cayenne or skip the serrano peppers in the salsa. And if you REALLY don’t like spice skip the blackening seasoning all together and simplify it by simply sprinkling generously with salt and pepper. Either way, I hope you enjoy!

Deviled Eggs

A truly balanced Deviled Egg. These aren’t overly mayo-y and pack a lot of flavor into one bite. A little acid from lemon makes them more balanced and adds a little extra moisture. Finished with a little crunch from pickled mustard seeds, the combo is so tasty!

Watermelon Mint Slushy

Just because the recipe is for a mocktail doesn’t mean it has to be alcohol free. Feel free to add your liquor of choice. I personally think a gin would taste great for those who aren’t sensitive to those grains.

Pickled Mustard Seeds

Pickled Mustard Seeds can be used in so many ways- as a garnish for a salad or deviled eggs or sushi, on a burger or sandwich, or as an elevated version of regular mustard. They’re perfect for pulling out at your next barbecue.

They are more mild than mustard and don’t have that pungent mustardy smell. They add a great texture to a dish as a garnish as they just pop in your mouth. These Pickled Mustard Seeds will last  for about 3-4 months in an airtight jar stored in the fridge.

Almond Milk

Almond Milk can seem complicated and like too much work until you actually make it and realize how simple it is to make. Or is that just me?

This recipe is so versatile whether you want it unsweetened, a tad sweet with maple syrup or a date, or you want to flavor it with vanilla. You choose!