These muffins are moist and delicious. Eat them anytime for breakfast, lunch or a snack. Pumpkin is rich in beta-carotene which converts in the body to vitamin A. Chia seeds and coconut flour make this recipe very abundant in fiber.
This is a hearty, very moist muffin that you can enjoy for breakfast or a snack. It is loaded with fiber from the almond flour and coconut. The muffins are best eaten warm with a little bit of honey drizzled over the top.
This paleo bar is so moist and with the hint of chocolate it is decadent. I have even made this recipe as muffins. If you want a shortcut, add 2 1/2 t. of pumpkin spice and forget the cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves. My recipes are always dairy and gluten free.
Treat yourself to a ridiculously good smoothie. I purchase organic frozen cherries at Costco, but cherries can be found at most grocery stores in the frozen section. This smoothie provides protein for detoxification, omega-3 fatty acids from flax oil, fiber for healthy digestion and elimination, and antioxidants and phytonutrients from fruit. It is considered a “super fruit” because it contains beta carotene, vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, iron, folate, and fiber. Anthocyanins are the antioxidants which give it the red color and have anti-inflammatory properties. Smoothies like this help can also help balance your blood sugar, and control your appetite throughout the day. Try other nuts such as macadamia or pecans and feel free to use any milk such as coconut, almond, or a combo between the two.
This is a quick and easy breakfast. Feel free to sub any vegetable or meat, just check out your fridge to see what you have on hand. I like to serve it with a side of dijon mustard or chipotle hot sauce if you can tolerate nightshades.