Today we’re going to take the traditional recipe for a healthy lunch and turn it into a meal you can eat all day long.
That means no processed foods or high-fructose corn syrup.
We’re going back to basics and creating a meal that you can enjoy for a meal or a snack.
It’s time to break out the measuring cups, the measuring spoons, and the thermometers.
Let’s start with a recipe that’s not as healthy as it sounds.
This recipe is for a quick, healthy lunch.
You can eat it as a meal for lunch, or as a snack and have a hearty breakfast.
The recipe is a little on the sweet side, but if you can handle the sweet taste, it’s not bad at all.
For starters, it has a low fat and a moderate calorie count.
If you want to be healthy, you need to make healthy meals that are rich in nutrients.
In this recipe, the only sugar is honey, which is very healthy.
We don’t want to overdo it.
If honey isn’t a healthy option, you can use maple syrup or brown sugar instead.
If it’s more of a health food, you could substitute applesauce or corn syrup for honey.
For those of you who are trying to stay on track with your weight loss goals, this recipe is the perfect way to go.
The nutritional value of this meal is excellent, so it will add up over time.
We’ll start with the simple ingredients: 3 cups of ground flaxseeds, 2 cups of chopped fresh spinach, and 1 cup of water (about a half cup of honey, if you’d like).
I like to soak my flaxseed and spinach in a bit of water to break them down, and I’m using my flakier, but it makes it easy to remove the skins when I do.
Add the spinach and cook until the spinach is tender, about 10 minutes.
Now, if I want to make it more nutritious, I would add in a tablespoon of raw almonds, but you could use other nuts, seeds, or seeds of your choice.
Add in some brown rice, which adds more protein to the meal, and a little olive oil to make your meal more flavorful.
Add a few chopped tomatoes and add in the chicken broth, which makes it extra healthy.
Now it’s time for the meat: Chop your chicken breasts in half, and cook them until they’re very tender.
Remove the skin, and place the breasts in a bowl of water.
Add your flax seed, spinach, ground flak, honey, and water.
Let them sit for at least an hour to soften up.
While the meat is cooking, add in your chicken broth.
Let it cook for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
You want your broth to be very rich and creamy.
Now add in all of the ingredients that you’ve added to your broth, including the chicken, and your water.
Once the meat has cooked for about 20 minutes, you’ll want to stir it in, but don’t overdo the stirring.
Stir it in gently and the broth will come together and your meal should be delicious.
It will take about 10-15 minutes to cook, so you want it to be ready in just a few minutes.
Remove from the heat and let the broth cool for at most 15 minutes.
If the broth is too hot, you might want to add a little water, but do not overdo this.
If your broth is really too hot for you, you may want to leave it out for an hour.
Serve the meal warm with the honey or brown rice.
For a healthier meal, you will want to combine some raw carrots, some fresh herbs, and some chopped tomatoes.
Add them to your meal with the chicken and some sliced red bell pepper.
I like my salad greens with a little fresh garlic and chopped green onion.
Nutrition Facts Healthy lunch with flax and spinach recipe, easy and delicious.
Amount Per Serving Calories 120 Calories from Fat 36 % Daily Value* Total Fat 7g 11% Sodium 45mg 6% Potassium 1mg 0% Total Carbohydrates 4g 1% Dietary Fiber 0g 0% Sugars 2g Protein 8g 16% Vitamin A 13.4% Vitamin C 1.9% Calcium 0.9* Iron 2.9*** * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.