Kale, Chicken, Avacado, Mango, Green Onion Salad

Want something quick and easy that uses up some leftovers. Here’s a great salad you can make using left over protein from last night’s dinner.

I am not a great cook, I’m good when I want to be, but honestly my mind is usually somewhere else and following recipes is really, really hard for me. Any distraction – 3 kids, the dog, a friend, a flower – and boom, we are having “blackened” food again … usually without the Cajan part. So I started making my food simple. Really simple. I wanted healthy and easy.

Ingredients:

  • Kale – Torn
  • Chicken – I cooked an extra breast for dinner the night before
  • Mango – Chopped
  • Green Onions – Sliced
  • Avacado – Sliced or diced
  • Olive Oil – to dress
  • Salt and Pepper to taste

The Cooking Part …

Put all the pieces together in a bowl or on a plate and mix up. Voliá it’s ready to serve and eat.

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What to serve with …

As you can see I ate mine with some sparkling water. It also goes well as a side dish or without the chicken. I have put it alongside another protein source and eliminated the chicken to make it into a fresh-tasting side.

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Easy Breakfast Salad – Whole and Hearty

If you are like me – you like breakfast. And you like it to be full of protein, fat, and nutrients to start your day off well. Here’s an easy breakfast salad that will fill you up and and get you through your morning with lots of energy.

I am not a great cook, I’m good when I want to be, but honestly my mind is usually somewhere else and following recipes is really, really hard for me. Any distraction – 3 kids, the dog, a friend, a flower – and boom, we are having “blackened” food again … usually without the Cajan part. So I started making my food simple. Really simple. I wanted healthy and easy.

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“Maintaining a healthy weight has always been touted as an issue of calories in and calories out. But it’s clear that 100 calories of candy is not the same as 100 calories of vegetables; it’s just not that simple. One of the many ways mindfulness can help our relationship to food is through conscious and empowered decision making”. – Dr Mark Hyman

I eat eggs everyday. I have most of my life. If you are like me, you don’t like to get bored and I’ve lived long enough to need some extra creativity when eating eggs for breakfast daily.

Breakfast Salad!

  • Rip up some kale, enough to fill your plate or bowl.
  • Fry 2 eggs in the fat of your choice – I like real butter or bacon grease. I also like to salt and pepper in the pan – I think it tastes better when they are hot.
  • Drizzle olive oil on your kale. I also like to salt and pepper my kale.
  • Place eggs on top.
  • Done.

*Extras: sometimes I like to add sliced tomatoes or avocados on top of my eggs. If I’m in a hurry I scramble the eggs and lop some salsa on top. You can also add a breakfast meat or sunflower seeds for a little crunch.

If you don’t have kale, use whatever greens you have. Sometimes I add cabbage, because I like it the contrast.