How was your first week on the 30 Day's to Healthy Living & Beyond? I know by now you are finding your favourite Arbonne products and a routine where to fit them in. I've featured a workout list in every weekly plan to help encourage movement along with this program. I love the Ballet Beautiful workouts I featured last week, they are always my go to, but recently I have been doing this new yoga workout with Adriene when I can't make it to my local classes, and really like her energy and flow. I hope you'll check it out and let me know what you think!
Menu for Week Two
Here are 21 new recipes to help you on your way! Scroll through the recipes and see if anything catches your eye. I encourage you to bookmark this post and give some of these a try this week. Leave me a comment below on what your fav's are and be sure to strike up a convo on our facebook wall.
They'll think they're skipping out on a meal with a lunch this sweet! Serve alongside a chilled soup and you've got the summer heat, beat!
you'll need: lots of fresh fruit, cooked quinoa, lime, mint...
for complete recipe, click here
Can't even argue with that name, this is the ultimate sandwich and I dare you to make it this week!
For the full recipe and amazing pic demoing the process, click here!
I will feature this recipe anywhere I can! I LOVE it, its power-packed with nutrients to keep you strong or return you back to health in no time. If you kids are the kind that won't eat 'trees' or pick food out, BLEND this soup, it's great dipped in garlic toast!
for recipe and review, click here.
These healthy lettuce wraps are so delish! I'm a sucker for anything with a chickpea and on my superhero vegan days, I make this without the tuna and sub the feta for some of these yummy vegan options.
for the recipe, click on over to Becky's Best Bites.
Do you see a theme? Kids LOVE fun shaped food they can eat with their fingers! Mexican is always a big hit in our house and I like to have fresh guac and salsa around along with my fav, tofutti sour cream for the tops of these bad boys.
for recipe, click here
Nothing I like better than a chickpea. NOTHING. Wait until I show you the cookie dough I make with it next week. But until then, this street falafel recipe will knock your meat loving socks off!
Sometimes the simple things are just right. This simple light lunch I come back to again and again on those busy days when I don't have much time. I doubt you'll need a recipe, but check it out over here if you are curious!
This dish is incredible and I am giving all the credit to the enchilada sauce. I make a big batch and put it on everything I can think of! So good! This is a must if you love Mexican cuisine! Check out the recipe on Skinnytaste here.
These could almost make it into the dinner category for this week, because what kid wouldn't want to try these little Steak Rolls? I've been trying to recreate these with eggplants strips to make them vegan, I'll post the recipe when I've mastered one ;)
for recipe, click here.
Here is a great way to use up the season's tomatoes and herbs. This roasted veg and fish is an easy weeknight meal you can't mess up!
Check out the recipe over here.
A little twist on regular lasagne, keep them guessing, right? I like to get my kids to help with this one because they love rolling up the dough!
for complete recipe, click here
I love dinners that get thrown together at the last steps and this is just that. Cook salmon on grill while getting vinegrette and salad fixing's ready. An awesome weeknight meal! Recipe found here.
Nothing beats a caesar salad and I love the addition of avocado to this skinny take on a classic. You've got to try this one this week, bookmark the recipe here.
Get your healthy fats with avocado in this dish. Let your older kids help you in the kitchen with this meal, prepping the salsa and keeping an eye on the chicken. Full recipe found here.
Have you heard of Erin Ireland? I'd like to think we are BFF's, she just doesn't know it yet. Sure we've tweeted and she's a gal after my own heart here on the WestCoast, but it's her TO DIE FOR Vegan recipes that really have my heart. These cookie balls are better than anything you've ever tasted. I PROMISE. You will think these are the real deal.
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Kick your mornings into gear with these power packed muffins! With just four main ingredients, these Sweet Potato Banana Bites are gluten-free, easy to make and they make a great snack for both kids and adults!
you will need: ripe bananas, sweet potato mash, eggs & nut butter.
For recipe Click Here
Super yum. Don't forget about dessert's too! This one is filled with wholesome ingredients and even boosts a hidden kale element to up the antioxidant levels.
What human of any age doesn't love this simple and yummy dessert? Make it vegan by using coconut oil in the batter and a coconut milk whipped cream. It's soooooooo good!
you will need: bean flour mix, strawberries, & chilled coconut milk to make vegan
For recipe, click here
These are the best! I am not a huge peanut fan so I sub in roasted almonds or pistachios. These are sweetened with dates and are a great snack to have little hands help you with!
Check out the recipe here.
This recipe is great for muffins too, just cut down your cook time. I use Bette Hagman's Four Flour Blend here, but an all purpose gluten free works well too.
Recipe can be found here
I have a real sweet tooth for fudge, and this recipe is one that I can get behind. With just THREE ingredients and no refined sugar, this is a total winner.
For recipe, visit Arman's website here.