Sweet potatoes and roasted red peppers meld in sweet harmony while paprika and chili powder thoroughly spice the spread. Tahini, or sesame seed butter, joins lemon juice to provide familiar hummus flavor. Enjoy this with veggies, spread on a sandwich or even pair with apple slices—the slightly sweet hummus works well with fruit. Get the recipe here: http://paleo.co/SWPhummus
Meal Prep Monday. For a week of lunch, grill a package of chicken, tilapia, and asparagus- and sautéed mushroom and brown rice with only brags and ground pepper for a 0 cal seasoning. Yogurt and fruit in mason jars for dessert. Fruit and raw veggies for snacks. Pack quick oats to add hot water and have oatmeal for breakfast on the go or at the office. Eat better, feel better.
Quaker's® Gluten-Free Rice Cakes are the perfect vehicle for your favorite fruits, veggies or spreads. Top them with avocado and a sprinkle of crushed red pepper, if you're feeling a little spicy. No time to make sushi? Throw some seaweed, avocado, cucumber and shrimp on a Lightly Salted rice cake. When in doubt, hummus, salami, tomato, and a little basil always makes an irresistible snack time combo.
There really is a certain way to store each veggie or fruit to make sure they last the longest. I am so sick of throwing away good fruit and veggies. Some of these tips were really surprising to me, so be sure to check them out!