No need to make both breakfast and dessert for your Mother’s Day Brunch (Wait, is this like when mom’s make their own birthday cake???). I’ve got a two in one solution for you!
Category: Breakfast Recipes
Let’s look forward to a leisurely Mother’s Day brunch, one with as little guilt as possible! Pick your treat. Make it high quality and worth the splurge!
Although I don’t want to be working too hard for Mother’s Day brunch, I do want to put in the effort and try this whole carrot lox phenomena (Don’t worry…I’ll give my fish-eating guests the real thing!). I may even go the extra mile and make a healthier vegan cream cheese. I’ll provide you with a recipe in case you decide to make the effort.
What is that crazy woman saying? That we can’t change? Of course not! What I mean is…
Happy Mother’s Day!
Sometimes it seems a little crazy that as a grown-up, we often make our own birthday cakes and Mother’s Day Brunch.
Well…Get happy! For this year anyway, I’ve done the work for you. Here’s your simple, healthy Mother’s Day Menu for this coming Sunday.
Tool 1. Here are your nice thoughts:
Most of the people who read the Healthy Family, Healthy You blog are NOT vegan, or maybe even vegetarian. That’s cool with me. I’m not here to force anyone to agree with me. I just want us all to be healthy together, as a community, and support one another while we’re trying.
So, during Passover, let’s try do that. Support one another. Eat healthfully. Use the week as an excuse to find as many ways to eat as many vegetables humanly possible. (You know, except for the ones that are kitniyot).
Check out my 3 new oatmeal recipes on www.joyofkosher.com. Stay tuned as The Healthy Family, Healthy You Cookbook will be their featured cookbook on December 21, 2015. I’ll post as soon as it is up. At that time you can also enter to win a free copy!
Watching those Chia Head commercials growing up, did you ever imagine it would become the next Super Food? Per your request, here is the basic recipe (and some fun options) for the chia pudding I tricked my kids into eating.
Inspired by a recipe in Dr. Neil Barnard’s, “Get Healthy, Go Vegan,” cookbook, I went to town preparing for Mother’s Day Brunch. This vegan Spanish Frittata, non-vegan eater approved, is the result!