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10 Incredible Corn Recipes to Make This Summer
Fresh grilled veggie tacos: 2 Avocados, 2 Large Red Bell Peppers, 3 Medium Zucchini [~7” long] 1, 8oz package Baby Portabello Mushrooms, 1 Pint Cherry Tomatoes, 3 Ears of Corn, 2 medium/large Red Onions, 12-15 Soft Corn Tortillas, 2-3 limes, sunflower/safflower/olive oil salt + pepper chili powder + cumin + garlic + cayenne.
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Strawberry-Lemon Detox Drink ~works well, makes you feel less bloated, and rids your body of any toxins you may have taken in: 1 cup of fresh or frozen strawberries 1/4 of a lemon or 2 tbsp of lemon juice if you don’t have a lemon 1/2 cup cold water 5 ice cubes 1 tbsp Honey/Agave Syrup/Maple Syrup or any other liquid sweetener Blend all ingredients together until smooth, and enjoy!
Quinoa Fried "Rice" - Cooking for Keeps
Quinoa fried rice - delicious! I added some rotisserie chicken and didn't use peas and I added zucchini. I really enjoyed this one. The flavors are good. I didn't get the egg quite right, but it didn't mess it up. Made the quinoa the night before to cut down on my cook time after work. Definitely a keeper.
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Thx Dr. Oz: "Peanut Butter & Chocolate--This tasty duo will satisfy even the most voracious sweet tooth. Melt a bar of dark chocolate and mix it into a jar of organic peanut butter. Leave it in the fridge so that it cools and the flavors blend. When a sugar craving strikes, have a spoon. One spoonful has 4.5 grams of sugar. Compare this to your average brownie with a whopping 30 grams of sugar, & you’re well on your way to shaking your sugar habit in healthy ways you never thought possible!"
Low-Carb Snack Recipes
Zero points: Cauliflower popcorn (Break a head of cauliflower into popcornlike, bite-size florets, then spread them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Spray the cauliflower lightly with butter-flavor cooking spray, then sprinkle lightly with turmeric, freshly ground pepper, and sea salt. Bake 20 to 30 minutes at 425 degrees F or until the cauliflower is slightly browned.) (1 cup = 29 cal., 5 g carb., 0 g fat, 2 g pro.)