Sometimes, a smoothie can solve all problems.
For instance, when you are sweaty in the morning because you spent the night under your winter sheets, a smoothie really can perk you right up.
Or, when you ate an inordinate amount of pizza for dinner, and you really need to fill your taste buds (and body) with normal whole foods, a smoothie can jump-start your road to good eating the next day.
This is my go-to all-around-great summer smoothie. And, it’s SCD approved!
- 1 cup frozen blueberries
- 2 handfuls of organic spinach
- 2 tbsp honey, adjust to taste
- 1/2 cup unsweetened coconut milk
- Add all ingredients into blender until you are left with a magnificent and refreshing smoothie.
I added natural peanut butter and almonds. Next time, I’ll use more drippy peanut butter, but the flavor was all there. The almonds add the perfect crunch while giving you all the antioxidant goodness.
What’s in your summer smoothie?
Obviously, I love bread. I bake it and have eaten more than my fair share. But, nothing – and I mean nothing, makes bread so satisfying as using it for a sandwich. Did I mention I’m a fan of sandwiches?
My favorite sandwich breads are sourdough, rye, potato (being one of my absolute favorites), and wheat. When the Atkins fad came, I saw a proliferation of wraps to replace breads. I tried to jump on the wrap wagon, but I missed the bus. Something about it doesn’t cut it for me. I missed the soft and pillowy texture of bread. Moreover, wraps necessarily are not more healthy than bread. (Check your labels!)
Then, I noticed these little suckers popping up everywhere:
Seemingly harmless. Surprisingly DELICIOUS. Surprisingly because I was expecting to hate it. Delicious because it really is soft and filling (5 grams of fiber and 5 grams of protein).
It went perfectly with my PB&J breakfast.
It even withstood the hard-to-spread PB that Binks likes to use.
Lunch was a Boca burger, light on the sides (unlike here) – just spinach, cheese, mustard and some dollops of hot sauce – I’ve been in a mood.
This bread really proves that you do not need a thick piece of bread to make your sandwich satisfying. Nor do you need a thin wrap to make the sandwich any more healthy.
*Just like the milk, my reviews are my own. Nature’s Own has no idea who I am. I’m just happy with the product and wanted to share!
Are you a sandwich fan? What’s your favorite sandwich? Are you a bread fiend? Have you tried sandwich thins? Do you like it?