Although it’s served warm, this easy quinoa dish is meant to be enjoyed as you’d eat a cold breakfast cereal—pour on the milk, top with fresh fruit and perhaps a little sweetener, and dig in. You can add flavors to the quinoa, such as orange zest, sliced fresh ginger, vanilla extract, cacao powder, nut butter, or dried fruits, such as currants, raisins, or chopped dried apple. You can also sprinkle in toppings such as chopped toasted nuts, toasted seeds, coconut flakes, or cacao nibs Whatever add-ins you use, this recipe is simple, satisfying, and devoid of all those sugars, additives, and preservatives.
Who doesn’t love crispy chicken tenders or crunchy fish fingers? Sadly, breading and frying usually isn’t the healthiest option. But, that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice that crispy, crunchy texture. With a bit of creativity, you can find a breading substitute that’s just as satisfying. Here are three to try.
Snacking can be a healthy part of most dietary lifestyles, but it’s not always easy finding snacks that fit into your personalized nutrition plan. Craving something crunchy and clean? Trader Joe’s can help. Their in-house brand offers a slew of options that are free of GMOs and trans fats, and low on sugar and salt. Here are the five Trader Joe’s snacks we’re stocking up on right now.