So… what do we eat?

Easy. We eat high quality, low calorie density, high nutrient food.

How’s that for a mouthful?

Throughout the next few days, I’ll post pics of our latest culinary adventures… starting today. 🙂

Here’s our first FUN dish:

First, gather the wet ingredients.

Now you gather the dry ingredients.

Don't forget the blueberries!

This is how it all turns out. Yummy! 🙂

More tomorrow. 🙂

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  • Barb Johnson

    Beth, where’s the recipe for this one? Did I miss it? Sounds wonderful.

  • Here ya go, Barb!

    Blueberry Banana Bread

    3 large, ripe bananas mashed
    2 Tbsp lemon juice
    1/4 cup apple juice
    1/2 cup apple sauce
    1 tsp vanilla

    Mix “wet” ingredients thoroughly. In a separate bowl, mix together:

    1/2 cup sugar
    2 cups whole wheat flour
    2 tsp baking powder
    2 tsp baking soda

    Now… add 1 cup frozen blueberries to the wet mixture. (I tend to add a little more than this because we LOVE blueberries).

    Once the wet ingredients are mixed thoroughly, make sure to mix the dry ingredients thoroughly as well (if you haven’t already done so).

    Next step: mix the wet ingredients and dry ingredients together ONLY until everything is moistened. If you over mix this, you’ll end up with rubber balls. Mix it only until it’s moistened and you’ll get FAB bread. Place the dough in a loaf pan.

    Ok. Place the bread/muffins in a pre-heated 350 oven and bake the loaf for an hour. If you can wait, cool it before slicing because it WILL be ooey gooey. It’s even better the next day because it really firms up nice. (We eat it hot and gooey. Just an FYI.) 🙂

  • Susan Case

    The banana blueberry bread was fantastic. Very moist. I added a little cinnamon and nutmeg. I found places to order the silicon baking pans on the web, unless there is a source you recommend. The “cheese” yeast sauce was good too. Great meals! Today I’m buying the Spring Roll Rice papers at the Cupboard, a health store in our area. Not sure how much weight I’ll lose since that bread was so good I could keep eating it. Yum.

    • Awesome! You can add a tablespoon of tahini to the cheeze sauce to make it a little more rich. I don’t usually do that because it raises the calorie density so much. But it is tasty. I got my silicone pans at Walmart. Love ’em. And yes, the muffins are FAB! Let me know how the spring rolls turn out. They are YUMMY.