💥"HEALTHY" FOODS LOW IN CALORIES💥
@syattfitness 🏓The other day I wrote about "healthy" foods that are high in calories because if you're struggling to get rid of stubborn body fat even though you eat healthy...you're probably eating more than you suspect. The other option is Dolores Umbridge hexed you with a nasty little curse that makes fat stick to your bones like a bowtruckle to the whomping willow. But, odds are you're just eating more calories than you think.
🌵Anyway. People told me they liked that post and they wanted another one on "healthy" foods that are low in calories. Foods that are nutrient dense and fill you up so you can stay full without blowing past your calorie allotment for the day.
🍕So, here we are. A diverse list of 15 "heathy" foods that are packed with nutrients, health benefits, and you can eat A LOT of without breaking the calorie "bank."
Finally saw Black Panther and I was well worth the hype!!! Awesome characters, fight scenes and sweet tech! Highly recommend 👍🏻 Chili Soy Roasted Veggie Bowl with Fried Egg. A mix of roasted, steamed and raw vegetables over romaine lettuce tossed with a chili soy dressing and topped with a fried egg. Hope you all had a great Monday! ❤️
Rainbow pizza! I mean, look at it! So pretty! So full of goodness and so delicious. And on a quinoa crust, filling and healthy! Served with a spinach side salad (mostly with the extra veggies that didn't fit on the pizza!) .
Chop up your veggies- all of the veggies! Put basil sauce on your favorite pre-cooked pizza crust (we used a quinoa crust). Top with the veggies and some vegan parmesan. Bake up for another few minutes to cook the veggies. Top with more vegan parmesan and fresh basil. .
Basil Sauce: for every tablespoon of tomato paste, add a tablespoon of chopped basil, a dash of olive oil, and a bit of chopped garlic, salt and pepper. Mix together to make a paste. You can also add a tablespoon of tomato sauce if you prefer it saucier. .
Quinoa Crust: let 1 cup of quinoa soak overnight in water. Drain excess water and put quinoa in food processor with 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 2 tsp italian seasoning, sprinkle of red pepper flakes, and salt. I also added 3 tbsp of ground flax. Mix until a paste forms. Spread on to a greased baking sheet and bake at 425 for 15-20 minutes. (Recipe adapted from @deliciouslyella) .
"Grãomelete" com recheio de milho, tomate e cebola. Essa é a nossa versão vegana da omelete, deixando as galinhas e os seus ovos na deles. rs Fiquei orgulhoso dessa adaptação que fiz, principalmente porque mamãe ajudou no preparo e acabou virando a janta dessa segunda sem carne. 😀 #meatfreemonday#segundasemcarne