When I started eating gluten free in 2008, there were not many options for gluten free food that were tolerable. Since then, I have discovered many delicious products that accommodate a gluten free diet, and that includes pizza. Admittedly, gluten free pizza is not as fluffy as traditional pizza, but we no longer have to avoid this favorite comfort food and there are infinite options for creating amazing flavors. For the Thai flavors, we start with a tangy peanut butter sauce, top with a sweet pineapple tofu cream, add shredded broccoli, carrots, bean sprouts, roasted garlic and sliced pineapple. Finally, a drizzle of cashew cilantro dressing, and it is on. Thai Pan Pizza, gluten free, vegan, dairy free with no sacrifices. More
Starting the day out with matcha chai made with coconut milk and cinnamon. Going to be a great day!
I frequently stalk the local Goodwill store and thrift shops for things to reuse and repurpose, including glasses or dishes for my food and drink creations. I found this set of glasses at Goodwill, and had to make a healthy, alcohol free, drink to highlight their beauty.
I am now loving bowls. Breakfast bowls, lunch bowls, dinner bowls, dessert bowls. All the bowls. It is a neat way to combine many healthy foods into a delicious and nutritious (which are both essential…must be delicious and good for you) meal. For breakfast, I whipped up this chocolate chia pudding bowl, which starts with the amazing goodness of chia and adds a little decadent chocolate. Hey, adding decadent does not take away any of the nutritional value of the bowl. I add a little yogurt for protein, some favorite fruits and toppings, and this beauty emerged.