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This recipe makes it so easy to start your day off right! I like to make this the night before and grab it on my way out the door. The key is to chop the kale super fine so it blends in with the fruit.
1/3 cup oats (not instant)
1/3 cup fat free milk
1/3 cup fat free greek yogurt
1 Tablespoon chia
1 Tablespoon ground flaxseeds
1 large kale leaf, chopped
1 cup mixed berries
1 Tablespoon honey
1 Tablespoon sliced almonds
Mix oats, yogurt, milk, chia and flaxmeal together. The mixture will be a little watery, but the oats will soak up all the liquid at they sit overnight.
Heat the berries and kale in a saucepan on the stove, cook until the berries burst. I usually mash them up a bit to mix in the kale.
In a mason jar layer half the fruit and a tablespoon of honey.
Next, fill with the oat mixture and top with sliced almonds. Place the rest of the fruit on top and you are done! Let this set overnight and enjoy it in the morning.
My family generally isn’t superstitious, however every New Year’s Day we enjoy black eyed peas and some greens with our first dinner of the New Year. Generations have correlated eating black eyed peas and greens with monetary gains in the coming year- and it’s one that my family always practices! Boiled peas and limp greens are hardly appetizing and each year it has been harder and harder to get my family to sit and eat the dish. This year I decided to try something different and blended the black eyed peas into a hummus-like dip with some chives on the top. It was a huge success and so easy!
1 can black eyed peas (do not get the flavored kind, just regular unseasoned peas for this recipe)
1 Tablespoon minced garlic
2 Tablespoons olive oil
1 Tablespoon rice wine vinegar
Cilantro for garnish (optional)
Place black eyed peas, garlic, olive oil and vinegar in your blender or food processor. Blend until smooth and serve chilled.
I served mine with freshly cut vegetables and crackers, but it would also taste great on pita bread.
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