Ahhh, one of my favorite recipes! I love berries! You can get some great variety here, too!
- 2 bananas, mashed
- 4 whole eggs
- 1 cup of any berry of your choice!
Not a comprehensive list, but some of my top summer foods!
Got any favorites from this list? Any you love that are not on here?
No better reason to celebrate than the birth of your country’s independence, huh? 🙂
Happy early 4th of July – one of my favorite holidays!
Here is a very tasty way to get your red, white and blue in – you can also sub Vanilla Shakeology and put fresh strawberries in, if you would like!
What are your plans for the holiday?
Berries, berries, and more berries! 🙂
If you are a berry lover like me, this is the recipe for you!
All berries are great sources of fiber, a nutrient important for a healthy digestive system. Berries are sweet, but not the kind of sweet that should send people with Diabetes running. They are packed with fiber, so they can use that in a diabetic diet as a serving of fruit.
I’m personally thrilled that I can enjoy my berries without guilt, because seriously, DO I LOVE BERRIES.
I learned this from a friend a few years ago and have done this every single time, since, because it really DOES make a huge difference in the life of your berries (and also helps minimize bad stuff being digested by you!).
I could eat my weight in berries daily, but because that’s not healthy, I try to be more reasonable about it… but I also HATE throwing away spoiled food, and for some berries, it seems you are barely in your driveway on the way home from the store and they are spoiling! This trick helps extend their life.
I personally use Apple Cider Vinegar because it’s what we always have in the house, but any vinegar will work. The pH of Vinegar helps kill any spores, which is what makes them go bad, the spores (and time, but the spores rapidly speed the rottening process up!).
I use a 1:8 ACV to Water ratio, but honestly, people have all sorts of ratio’s – I guess find what works for you? Gently swirl the berries around to help dislodge any dirt, and this lets the vinegar do its job of killing the spores (and also any bacteria!).
I soak mine for 10-20 minutes, and then I drain them. Then I rinse them VERY thoroughly (to get rid of any lingering vinegar). (No, your berries will not take on the vinegar flavor, I promise.) Then pat them dry gently with a papertowel. Store in a container lined with papertowels, and enjoy for several more days!
What’s in your fridge?
I have organic lemonade, some Peach tea Snapple, Greek Yogurt, Honest Kids juice pouch, coconut water, hummus, berries, apples, pears, chicken, chocolate avocado bark, and some grapes.