The Breakfast Salad

I find the "Breakfast Salad" to be the quickest and most versitile healthy meals to prepare. There is no better way to combine fresh ingredients with leftovers. This simple salad is assembled per plate, nothing to measure! Here are some variations that we enjoy!


"Leftover Chuck Salad"

- Fresh spinach, washed

- Leftover beef chuck roast, cool or re-warmed

- Cubed ripe avocado half

- Drizzle with olive oil if desired

- Sprinkle "real" salt, to taste


"Leftover Rotisserie Chicken & Red Grape Salad"

- Fresh spinach, washed

- Shredded leftover rotisserie chicken, cool or re-warmed

- Whole red grapes

- Chopped avocado 

- Drizzle with olive oil

- Sprinkle with sea salt


"Leftover Baked Cod"

- Fresh spinach, washed

- Leftover baked cod or salmon, cool or re-warmed

- Drizzle with melted butter

- Sprinkle with dill

- Serve with a chunk of fresh lemon


"Roasted Veggie Salad" 

>>EASY and GREAT for KIDS!!<<

- Baby carrots, whole

- Fresh Cauliflower, chopped into flowerettes

- Baby Red Potatoes, 1/4 in slices with skin

- Toss with Olive Oil (I use classic olive oil)

- 400 degrees for 30 minutes

- Salt and pepper to taste!

(Also pictured with Alexia brand Yukon God Crinkle Cut Fries.)




The Smoothie

What is better than a sweet, frosty smoothie!  I eat these ANYTIME of day, but find them particluarly convenient for mornings because you can make ahead and freeze in pint size canning jars.  The base of our smoothies are coconut milk and spinach, providing healthy fat, vitamins & minerals to support heart health, brain balance and vibrant skin!  Flavor variations are limited only by your imagination. Here are some of our faves!


The Smoothie Base

- 2 cups of crushed ice  

- 1/2 - 3/4 can of full fat coconut milk

- 1 cup of spinach

- Honey -or- Stevia to taste


Depending on your blender, you might be able to add all your ingredients at once. I have to do it seperately.  In my Ninja I have to crush the ice by itself, then add the rest of the ingredients together.  If it comes out to thick, just add some water to reach your desired consistency.  It might require a little experimenting!


CHOOSE from these yummy flavors to +ADD+ to the Smoothie Base!



3 T Peanut Butter

3 T Cocoa Powder

1 Banana



1-2 cups of frozen strawberries

1/2 cup pineapple

2-3 T chia seed (a great protein option!)



1-2 cups of frozen fruit of choice

2-3 T chia seed



1/2 - 3/4 can of 100% pure pumpkin puree

1-2 egg yolks

2 t pure vanilla extract

2t pumpkin pie spice (or seperately; cinnamon, nutmet, cloves, ginger, to taste)


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Many Blessings of His Bounty ~

Moongarden Mama