Easy pace run on the treadmill to start the day. I thought it would be harder to wake up than it was. Tomorrow might be a different story though. Ha.
My legs were tired, but the cute movie helped.
Seriously cute movie. Stuck in Love. Steve Carell. Love him. Loved the movie.
I went with a morning smoothie afterwards to simplify breakfast a bit.
It went great with my ginormous purple sweet potato with coconut oil and cinnamon and a slice of No Grain Seedy STUFT Silk Bread topped with goat cheese cream cheese and red pepper jam.
Speaking of bread, there’s a new bread in town. It’s gluten and grain free and made with eggs, plantains and Silk Almondmilk.
I’m sure there’s no surprise that I have another bread recipe, right? Ha.
I’m also sure there’s no surprise when I say that I have a serious obsession with Silk Almondmilk. I’ve said it before, but I buy it in bulk from Costco. They carry my favorite kind (Unsweetened Vanilla). I use it in place of milk for just about everything and am still waiting for Starbucks to start using it in their beverages.
Until then though, I just make my own healthy almondmilk mochas in the Starbucks cups. It’s pretty much the same thing, only healthier and cheaper. Ha.
Pretty impressive foam, right?
I was experimenting over the weekend with a new bread recipe since I had a few ripe plantains and am always in need of bread to freeze for easy, healthy snacking.
I came up with a new variation.
It’s grain free, dairy free and even has a little protein and fiber. Not to mention it can be served up a bazillion different ways, is super easy to throw together and freezes well.
Here you go friends.
Plantain STUFT Silk Bread
Makes one loaf.
1 cup of egg whites or 3 whole eggs
1/2 cup Silk Almondmilk
2 tablespoons coconut flour
2 tablespoons psyllium husk
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1-3 teaspoons coconut oil
Blend all ingredients together.
Pour in greased loaf pan or a loaf pan lined with parchment paper.
Bake at 375 for 50 minutes.
Here’s a little picture tutorial for you.
My favorite way to eat it is slightly toasty with chocolate NuttZo.
Actually any nut butter will do.
There you go. Just another STUFT bread recipe.
See you soon!
Do you have a favorite homemade bread recipe?
Do you drink or use almondmilk? If so, what is your favorite way to use it? Drinks, baking, homemade ice cream, etc.
This conversation is sponsored by Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.