Recipe time – healthy inspiration

I was looking through old blog posts of mine (this used to be a strictly recipes blog), and thought maybe I’d share/remind you guys of a few of my favorite recipes. I think most people started reading after I posted them.

Banana dessert

  • banana, yogurt, whipped cream, cinnamon

banana pudding

Kale and Seaweed Salad

  • kale, seaweed, vinegar, soy sauce, honey, sesame seeds

kale seaweed

Vegan Strawberry Lassi

  • strawberries, almond milk, silken tofu, agave, salt

strawberry lassi

Strawberry Salad

strawberry salad

Edamame Lemon Tofu Salad

edamame lemon salad

Hope these give you inspiration on this lovely weekend – for more inspiring foods, remember to check out Healthy Yum – inspiration every 30 minutes!

15 Replies to “Recipe time – healthy inspiration”

  1. Oooh, the banana dessert sounds really delicious.
    If we want to submit something to Healthy Yum but it was a recipe from a magazine or something, how does that work? Should we put that in the title? Or should we only be submitting original creations? 😉
    Hope you’re having a great weekend!

  2. I adore your recipes 🙂

    The faux cheesecake is still my fave go-to dessert when I’m feeling a little too lazy to whip out the baking pans 😉


  3. That banana dessert sounds delicious and so simple–I might experiment with that a bit (maybe freeze the banana first or add some PB in there).

    I mentioned Healthy Yum on my blog!

  4. Yummm!!!! All those pictures look gorgeous, Maggie–I want to try them all 😀 Loooove seaweed and that strawberry Lassi sounds especially tasty right now since it’s so hot outside.

    Hope you are enjoying your weekend!!!

  5. Hi! I just came across your blog when I saw your review of Bethenny Frankel’s book, “Naturally Thin.” I left quite a long review on that page for you to read! lol

    I’ll be adding you to my blogroll, and I hope you do the same. I also run a food blog and update throughout the day. I hope you check it out sometime.

    Take care!

  6. the kale and seaweed salad sounds delicious. so simple, and so green! i think i’ll make that sometime! (but with agave instead of honey.) your food looks wonderful! i really like your blog.

  7. Hi, I was reading your article and I just wanted to thank you for putting out such excellent content. There is so much junk on the internet these days its difficult to find anything worthwhile. I actually have cooked this recipe before, I got this book last month on recommendation from a friend and it turned out very nice! I’m very eager to try your variation of it though, it looks excellent. I think you might enjoy those recipes, they’re very good. Thanks for the article and great ideas.

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