Foodie Friday | PB & J Breakfast Tacos Recipe

Happy 4th of July! Today’s recipe is somewhat patriotic looking with the red & blue berries and if you add some coconut flakes we’ve got the entire US of A  color scheme accounted for. The other day I had nothing in the fridge and didn’t think this week was worth grocery shopping since I’d being going home for the holiday. I woke up starving for breakfast and wanted to eat rather than drink my smoothie so I took my smoothie ingredients and made these tacos instead. This is so simple, refreshing, and light. It requires no equipment and very few ingredients.

Ingredients:
-Romain Leaves or Collard Greens 
-Berries (organic frozen of fresh) 
-Nut Butter of Choice (May Favorites are Pumpkin Seed or Hemp Seed) 
-Optional Add-ins: coconut flakes, sea salt, cinnamon etc. 

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Foodie Friday | Raw Thai Wraps & Kale Chips

1888477_10103866273164449_572437189_nHello Wellness Wonderland Enthusiasts! I am Allie McFee, Raw Food Chef at the Humble Tummy. My mission is to help balance the body-mind-spirit connection, first starting with the physical self in regards to what we put into our bodies for fuel. When the physical body is nourished with nutrient dense foods, there is more energy available to apply to getting to know our inner self, so we may achieve our soul’s purpose for being here, on this planet, at this time.

My colorful Thai Pate Wraps are a part of my first Ebook “Un”Cookbook that was recently launched. Imagine a sweet Pad Thai sauce mixed with almonds, crunchy jicama, carrots, and sprouts, rolled up in a gluten free collard leaf wrap. This is the perfect meal to take on-the-go as it is portable for your lunchbox and stores well in your fridge for a couple of days. The almonds give you a good source of protein and healthy fat, giving you sustainable fuel to keep up with your ambitious schedule!

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Thai Pate Wraps

Tools Needed: Food Processor

Prep Time: 20-25 minutes

Makes: about 6-8 Collard Wraps

Pate:

1 ½ cups shredded carrot or finely chopped

½ cup almonds (soaked)

1 cup sunflower seeds (soaked)

4 Tablespoons raisins

½ Teaspoon coconut nectar (or other sweetener such as raw honey or maple syrup)

1 ½ Teaspoons Bragg’s Liquid Aminos or Coconut Aminos

3 Tablespoon ginger root, chopped

1 garlic cloves

½ lemon, squeezed (about 1-2 teaspoons)

For the filling:

1 jicama, peeled and julienned

2 large carrots, shredded

1 package of red clover sprouts, or sprouts of choice

1 bunch of collard leaves (note: pick out collards that are not ripped. It will make it easier to wrap)

*Wash collards & prep your veggies and place veggies in bowls around your work station. Lay out a cutting board to roll the collard wraps. Take a collard wrap and using a small knife, cut horizontally near the bottom of the leaf to cut off stem. You will see that the stem is pretty thick towards the end of your collard wrap. Using a small knife, vertically slice the top half of the thick collard stem. Make sure not to cut the leaf; you are only removing the top layer of the stem (this will make it easier to wrap.)

*Once you have removed part of the thick stem, now it is time to fill your wrap. Using a spoon or dull knife, spread the Thai Pate around the wrap. Spread most of the Thai Pate along the base of the wrap, horizontally. Spread the rest, (less thick) around the edges. Add your layer of shredded carrot, julienned jicama, and sprouts. Now wrap the collard up like a burrito, by pinching each side in first and rolling it over, continuing to pinch and tuck the sides in until you have create a stable wrap. Serve as is or cut in half.

These would be great with a side of kale chips, check her recipe for these out too!

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Last Meanderings of 2013, it’s been real

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I’ve missed you! How was your holiday? Above is an Instagram glimpse into mine. Hopefully you’re taking some time wherever you are at the tail end of this year to relax, reflect, and feel renewed for 2013.

I’m so excited for the new year & can feel that good stuff is brewing. I’ve got a festive new year post for you tomorrow, but until then meander my favorite inspiring new year posts from around the internet as well as a collection of my favorite posts of 2013 from here in Wonderland.

Favorite inspiring & timely New Years Posts from around the web:

Gabby’s 14 Ways To Make ’14 Miraculous.

Jenny’s Drop Kick your Comfort Zone in 2014.

Carly’s Instead of Making ‘Get Healthier Resolutions…’

Kris Carr’s Forget New Year’s Resolutions & Find Your Ease In 2014

Best of 2013 in Wonderland:

First of all here are last year’s last Meanderings of 2012… always fun to be nostolgic.

My healthy marshmallow recipe from last week.

This interview with Isabel Foxen Duke on how to not be crazy around food (also from last week, ending the year with a bang).

The WWDiet!

My 2013 gift guides.

19 Ways to Start & End your Day!

The one where I learned a lesson.

The epic Last Dance Challenge Check in No. 12.

…and last but not least all my WWRadio Episodes (Thank you so much to all my amazing guests, I respect you all so much and I’m so grateful for your unique perspectives and inspiration.)

FOODIE FRIDAY | SICK? GETTING SICK? NO PROB I GOT YOU, DRINK THIS…

It’s that time of year. There’s lots of icky stuff going around, so heal or protect yourself whatever the case may be with this powerful yet healing tonic. This drink is super simple and will heal the flu or prevent you from getting it altogether! Or just have it everyday to warm up!

Tell me what you think & what kinds of videos you want to see more of. Subscribe to me on YouTube here!

& if you haven’t already, it would be oh so cool if you could toss me a thumbs up on Facebook! right below for your convenience!

Also, something I’ve been doing to really boost my immunity and promote both liver and skin health is working in MSM (great for joint health as well as skin health, pull heavy metals out) and Camu Camu (super duper high in vitamin C which is amazing for skin health) everyday. Since they don’t taste the best I like to just take them as a shot, and I’ve been adding them to my liver cleansing shot of lemon and olive oil. I instagrammed it this week and people loved it. Here’s what you do:

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Glowing Skin, Liver Supporting, Flu Preventing Super Shot of the Week Recipe:

-1/4 tsp MSM

-1/2 tsp camu camu

-1 tbsp olive oil

– half a lemon

-1 tbsp water

It will be strong so take as shot then follow with warm water with lemon or drink in the video above! Good luck! Bottoms up y’all!

Foodie Friday | Skin Healing Super-food, tastes like a snicker-doodle Smoothie!

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Welcome to Foodie Friday! I hope you’ve been enjoying Skin Healing Week, here in wonderland. We kicked things off with this recipe for what I’m doing typically on my skin to heal it naturally, then on WWRadio we had natural skin healing guru of The Love Vitamin and today as promise I’m sharing a super food, skin healing tonic smoothie recipe.

I thought about this smoothie all week, researching and crafting the perfect combination of ingredients for glowing, healthy, vibrant skin. Who doesn’t want to drink their way to healthy skin? Especially when the smoothie tastes this good! It has so many healing ingredients in here that I honestly wasn’t sure how it would taste. However, as you’ll see in the video I was presently surprised that it not only was delicious but tasted like a snicker doodle.

I can’t wait for you to try it. Feel free to make it your own, if you don’t have all the ingredients I’m using here, work with what you do. All that  matters when you’re creating a premeditated tonic to heal something, is that you truly believe in  each ingredient, and you’re not just adding them because you heard or read they are healthy, but because you know their healing properties & they work for your unique body. For example, don’t eat kale because of the buzz & how nutrient packed it is eat kale because it makes you feel vibrant. For me, adding raw kale to my smoothies really does work anymore, it’s difficult to digest for my weak digestion and after adding it daily for years, I’m finally listening to my body and taking a break from it.

BOTTOM-LINE: give your body what it wants & what it needs to heal, nothing more nothing less and know it is different for every single body. A trendy super food may not be so super for you, so listen to that! 

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Ingredients: 1/2 cup raspberries (or berries of your choice)

1 apple

Greens of choice: I use a little celery & a cup of spinach

Wheatgrass

Fresh Aloe (insides)

Chia Seeds (about 2 tablespoons, allow to gel in liquid for about 15 minutes)

1/2 cup spring water

1/2 cup coconut water keifer (extra probiotics, but if you don’t have can just replace with more water)

1 tablespoon ground flaxseed

1/2 tablespoon MSM powder

1 tablespoon Green powder I used Green Vibrance

1/2 teaspoon raw wildcrafted vanilla bean powder

2 whole fresh figs (or sweetener of your choice perhaps raw honey or green stevia)

Cinnamon to taste

Method: Blend, dance, enjoy, heal! 

Let me know how it goes in comments!