【 crumble de fruits express 】
je vous présente ici une alternative sans sucre ajouté et sans gluten (pour les intolérants). très simple à réaliser! il vous faudra juste:
🍎 des fruits au choix (de saison)
🌰 de la purée de noisettes 🥥 de la farine de coco
un peu de cannelle et c’est tout. (en plus de choisir les fruits qui vous plaisent vous pouvez également remplacer le type de purée et farine. la recette reste la même dans le fond!). ❶ préchauffer le four à 200°c.
❷ placer les fruits (ici des quetsches) dans un plat légèrement huilé (j’ai opté pour l’huile de coco). ❸ saupoudrer les fruits de cannelle (si les fruits sont de saison, pas besoin de sucre!). ❹ dans un saladier, mettre la purée de noisettes (si vous ne connaissez pas celle de jean hervé, filez la découvrir en magasins bio!), et la farine de coco. malaxer le tout du bout des doigts jusqu’à obtenir une pâte sableuse.
❺ émietter cette pâte sur le dessus des fruits et enfourner pour 15 minutes.
à déguster chaud 🤤
Another version of my pumpkin carrot oatmeal, this time i added a bit of mango
1 carrot (80g) -> dice both, cover halfway with water in a pot, close the lid and cook on low heat for 20 min. then blend everything and while constantly stirring add other ingredients
Craving something sweet 1/3 cup of cashews with a little bit of dark chocolate never hurt!
shoutout to @stephaniemironnutrition for this healthy treat idea, give her a follow for some great healthy treats.
What's not on this list? protein. "what about reaaally high intakes of protein rebecca?!!" i hear you ask? let me tell you... unless you have kidney disease, high protein diets (or any forms of protein) are not bad for your kidneys. kidney stones you say? most kidney stones are a result of not drinking enough water. if you think eating protein bars is going to give you a kidney stone you are really not in a place to be advising people on what to eat, and i would strongly recommend picking up a nutritional biology book so you learn about how digestion works
what is a high protein diet? what we classify as 'high protein' is around 2g of protein per kg of body weight for people who workout. for general population not exercising that number is different. so for example if you weigh 70kg that would be 140g protein. do you know how much protein that is? how hard it is to eat that much? if you've never tracked your protein intake you won't know, but it's difficult. it's a lot of protein. multiple studies have been done and have found this range to be optimal for people who exercise. so to start with you're not going to accidentally eat 'too much' protein.. and if you did it would actually be good:increases health parameters, muscle, improves recovery etc. but for arguments sake, let's imagine you go even higher... would that be unhealthy? a study done by j. antonio (legend) showed that eating 2.5-3g per kg for one year had absolutely no harmful effects. the conclusion "there were no harmful effects on measures of blood lipids as well as liver and kidney function"
Well that turned out better than expected! homemade coconut, mango, banana ice cream. when it comes to any meal, balance is key. that is why there is added protein powder and fiber. you can do this with any smoothie. these also help coagulate the smoothie into more an of ice cream feel.
1 cup mango
4 peices dried coconut
3/4 cup of unsweetened almond milk....add to desired consistancy
4 scoops protein powder = 20g
1 scoop fiber
3 berries on top to make the picture look better.
So grateful for #ashapops to be picked as one of @allyholt ‘s top vegan snacks! try pairing ashapops with your favorite fruit for a sweet and crunchy snack! thank you ally for highlighting our #waterlilyseeds and for the snack inspiration!
ally: 8 vegan snack brands your body (and tastebuds) will love on overpackedlife.com! they’re crunchy, salty, sweet and taste like junk food... but they’re not!