Homemade Kale Chips: An excellent substitute for potato chips!

Homemade Kale Chips: An excellent substitute for potato chips!

Ever heard of kale chips? Believe it or not, they're actually quite delicious and can satisfy a craving for crunchy potato chips like a champ. When I was first experimenting with my diet, I didn't believe they were good until I tried them, but now I love them! I provided a recipe for you below. It only takes 15 minutes and is very easy so now's your chance to stop thinking about eliminating junk food snacks (like potato chips) from your diet and to really do it.

Homemade Muesli (old fashioned oatmeal)

I used to be an instant oatmeal eater. It was convenient: rip it open, pour it into a bowl, add some liquid, microwave and ta-da! breakfast is ready all under 2 minutes. Then I learned how to make swiss muesli using old fashioned oats and my life was changed. It's just as fast and easy, but it tastes 100 times better! It keeps me full longer so I'm not starving before lunch and I can add a large amount of super foods to it to boost my health and body. I'm telling you, it's the bomb.

Homemade Muesli
*This can be made ahead of time in mass quantity and stored in your fridge for up to 5 days. Talk about an instant breakfast!

Basic Muesli Recipe
Soak a desired amount of whole old fashioned oats in water, almond milk, brown rice milk or organic whole milk for at least 5 minutes or overnight. ½ cup per person usually works well.

After soaking, add toppings, such as...
½ squeezed lime juice
Scoop of organic yogurt
½ to 1 cup of chopped fruit, any kind
½ to 1 cup of berries, any kind
A few shakes of spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, fennel
A few handfuls of seeds like chia, flax, sesame, sunflower or hemp
A handful of nuts of any kind
A tbsp or so of brown rice or hemp protein powder
coconut milk, oil or flakes
bee pollen or other super foods, green powders or phyto-food powders.

Mix it all together and eat immediately, or let it sit for 20 minutes and allow the flavors to blend together. The longer it sits, the creamier it gets. YUM!

Here is one of my favorite muesli combos:
1/2 cups whole old fashioned oats
Almond milk or rice milk to cover
1 tsp of flax.
1/2 lime squeezed on top,
1/3 apple, chopped,.
1/2 peach, chopped.
1/2 banana, sliced.
1 scoop organic whole yogurt (optional)
sprinkle of pecans or walnuts.
Sprinkle of dates (my favorite) or raisins or cranberries (make sure they're non-sweetened or apple juice sweetened).