Tag: Brown Rice

  • Foodie Friday

    Healthy Recipe of the Week Hummus and Vegetable Rice Bowl Simple, quick to prep and plant-based! Ingredients 1 cup Cooked Brown Rice (cook according to package instructions) (*may substitute with quinoa, farro, or grain of choice) 1 Red Bell Pepper (diced) ½ cup Cucumber (diced) ¼ cup Red Onion (diced) 1 tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 tablespoon […]

  • Foodie Friday

    Healthy Recipe of the Week Zesty Black Bean Burrito Bowls with Chipotle Crema Ingredients 1 cup Plain, Non-Fat Greek Yogurt 1 Chipotle Pepper in Adobo Sauce (chopped) 1 Lime (zested and juiced) 1 cup Frozen Corn (thawed) (1) 15-ounce can Black Beans (rinsed and drained) ½ teaspoon Cumin ½ teaspoon Chili Powder Black Pepper and Salt, […]

  • Foodie Friday

    Healthy Recipe of the Week Thai Basil Eggplant Stir Fry Ingredients 1 tablespoon Coconut Oil ½ teaspoon Red Pepper Flakes (crushed) 4 Baby Eggplants (cubed) 1 Sweet Onion (chopped)  1 Red Bell Pepper (chopped) 6 Garlic Cloves (minced) 2 tablespoons Rice Vinegar 3 tablespoons Tamari or Soy Sauce (may substitute for Coconut Aminos) 2 tablespoons […]

  • Foodie Friday

    Healthy Recipe of the Week Black-Eyed Pea, Corn, and Rice Salad Spring into April with some Fresh Leafy Greens! Ingredients 31 ounce can Black-Eyed Peas (drained, rinsed, no-salt added) 25 ounce can Whole Kernel Corn (no-salt added) 8 ounce Cooked Brown Rice (may substitute with Quinoa) 2 stalk Celery (chopped) 1 Bell Pepper (seeded, chopped) […]

  • Thursday Nugget

    Healthy Recipe of the Week A Touch of Spice. A Touch of Sweet. This Dish Cannot Be Beat! Thai Pineapple and Chicken Ingredients  2 Tablespoons Peanut or Canola Oil (may substitute for a different oil of choice) 1 Pound Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast (cut into 1-inch cubes) 2 Cloves Garlic (minced) 1 Red Bell Pepper (seeded […]

  • Combat Stress by Eating Right

    INFLAMMATION What is it? A natural process that occurs when chemicals are released in the body, which can be helpful for healing injury and fighting infection. However, when inflammation becomes chronic, there is an elevated risk of major diseases, such as: Arthritis Depression Diabetes Cancer Heart Disease Does your regular diet include these foods? Chamomile Tea […]