WHOLE FOODS RECIPES

WHOLE FOODS RECIPES

There are lots of whole foods recipes out there. It is no secret that whole foods are far healthier than processed foods, but at the same time some people have trouble with a lack of variety once they give up processed foods. This should not be an issue at all. If you are bored with your diet, here are 3 recipes that will help make things more interesting.

Tomato Mango appetizers

This combination is excellent if not surprising! All you need is to quarter some tomatoes. To that base, add in diced mango and shredded apples. Then top everything off with mint. These are excellent if you are having guests over.

Stuffed tomato cups

First, you will need big, round cherry tomatoes. Cut them in half using a sharp knife. From there, empty out the insides of the tomatos and place pineapple balls inside (use a melon baller to make balls from a ripe pineapple.) The other option is to stuff the tomatos with mango balls or mango pudding, which is simply blended mango. You could also top with a tiny leaf of cilantro.

Banana cereal

If you are into mono fruit meals, this one is ideal. Some raw foodists eat up to 8-10 bananas in a single sitting. If you find yourself getting bored with eating one banana after another, use banana cereal to make things more interesting.

For this, simply chop up 3 bananas and put them in a bowl. Then blend 1-2 bananas and pour that mixture on top. The end result will look just like regular cereal. This is a very healthy, low fat filling meal.

Conclusion

If you have given up processed foods and are bored with your lack of options, you are not alone. Use these 3 whole foods recipes, and you will add variety to your diet and will realize how great whole foods can taste.

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