Preparing baby puree is as easy as eating pie, or at least as preparing a smoothie. All you need is a good blender or food processor and ice cube trays for storage. You can replace any veggies, fruit, protein or grains for the ones listed and will still get a great puree. And don’t be afraid to add herbs and spices – they enhance the food’s flavor! The sky’s the limit.
These cranberry almost-cookie dough bites are simple and fast to prepare, better for you than cookies, and so delicious, you have to be careful not to overeat. Make a batch in 10 minutes.
with Horseradish Flax Seed Crisps
Sounds sophisticated, doesn’t it? Well, it’s not that tricky to prepare but you need a bit of time to pull it off. You can even prepare a few things in advance if your schedule doesn’t allow to prepare everything at once.
When you’re hungry but you really need to get work done in the afternoon, you might want to try this light lunch – you can eat this raw as a salad or heated. Prep the veggies a night ahead, so you’re good to go when the stomach starts rumbling.
When I am in need of a quick, healthy snack I love to make fruit, nut and seed bars. I batch prepare and keep them in the fridge – in theory, you can store them up to a month but I always eat them within a few days. Check out this one made with dried apricots, raw pistachios, coconut and almond butter.