Make Your Own Healthy Indian Rice Pudding in a Few Simple Steps

By Morgan Potts Kheer is an Indian style rice pudding that is simple, sweet and delicious. It is one of my favorite desserts, and it’s also something I love to eat for breakfast. And it really only takes about 5 minutes to make! Traditionally Kheer is made with cow’s milk, but we are going to use coconut milk. So this kheer is suitable for vegans, and doesn’t have any of the undesirable impurities most available sources of dairy have. My recipe also includes brown Basmati rice, instead of the usual white Basmati rice,…

Eating for a Higher Vibration: MORE Foods to Expand Your Consciousness (Yummy ‘Wild Flower’ Smoothie Recipe Included!)

By Morgan Potts Everything in this world has its own unique vibration, depending on its content, quality and characteristics. This includes our bodies, and the food we eat. So today, let’s consider what we eat in terms of energy, not just nutrients. Continuing on from my previous article Eating for a Higher Vibration: Foods to Expand your Consciousness, here are more high vibration, naturally nutrient-packed and delicious foods to enjoy for expanded awareness and a beautiful, functioning body. 1. Raw Local Honey I absolutely LOVE raw honey and the energy it carries. Eating honey…

Mock Salmon Pate

2 Cups Walnuts 1 large scallion (green onion) 1 red bell pepper 1 t sea salt 2 stalks celery Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth. Should be a nice salmon color.Serving suggestions: This can be served on a plate as is, over a salad, rolled up in a green leaf, or on crackers. (Credit: Alissa Cohen)

Carob Turtles

1/2 C raw local organic honey 1/4-1/2 C carob powder 2 C raw walnuts Optional: add 1 T tahini (to cut sweetness)   Add carob powder to honey (& tahini) and stir until thoroughly mix. It should look like melted chocolate but smell even more amazing! Add walnuts and mix coating all areas. Use a spoon or ice cream scooper to help form a ball shape. Scoop carob turtles (right into your mouth) or onto a tray or dish and place in fridge or freezer for 30 min to an hour. The longer…

Banana Ice Cream

Freeze 4 ripe bananas (peel, put in freezer bag & freeze overnight) Pour enough water/milk/nut/rice or soy milk (choose whatever liquid you prefer) to cover the blade of blender then add frozen banana & blend. You may need to break the frozen bananas into pieces in order to get it to blend smoothly. For a thicker ice cream start with less liquid. If you are going for a smoothie or milkshake add more liquid to desired consistency. Optional: Add 1-2 tsp vanilla extract (alcohol-free) or 1-2 T of carob or cacao. Feel free…

Tahini Balls

1 C thick rolled oats 1/4 walnuts (optional) 1/2 C tahini (preferably raw) 1/3-1/4 C honey (start w/ less & add to desired sweetness.) 1 t vanilla powder or (alcohol free) vanilla extract 1 1/2 t cinnamon 1/4 t sea salt Optional 3 T shredded coconut flakes 3 T sesame seeds Add oats to food processor & process until the oats turn into flour. Then add cinnamon, vanilla, salt and walnuts and process for a sec. Next add the honey and tahini and process until a dough like consistency is formed. Use a…

Digest Aid Juice

3 celery stalks 1/2 fennel 2 apples 1/2 cucumber 2 sprigs of mint (optional)

Green Goddess Juice

3-5 kale leaves 2 granny smith apple(s) 1/2 cucumber 1/2-1 lime (depending on how tart you like your juice)

Cold War Juice

3 oranges 5 carrots 1/2" - 1" fresh ginger 1/2" - 1" garlic clove
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