Thursday, November 20, 2014

Wow! I can't believe how exciting this past month has been. 

The launch of Super Seeds has been filled with joyful moments. I am thrilled that my friends have shared my recipes with their readers, and I want to be sure that you get a full sampling of all that Super Seeds has to offer! 

I wrote Super Seeds so everyone would have the ability to easily up the nutrition in delicious foods just by incorporating these little power-packed ingredients. Flax, chia, hemp, quinoa and amaranth are seeds that add flavor, texture, protein, fiber and a host of vitamins and minerals to everything from soup to dessert! Want to get started? Check out these recipes from Super Seeds

Want to cook more up at home? Enter below to win your own copy of Super Seeds plus a four pound package of Gerbs Raw Super 5 Seed Mix (chia, flax, hemp, pumpkin and sunflower seeds). Gerbs is a fabulous resource for anyone who is looking for healthy seeds, but especially for food allergic customers, because everything they sell is free of the top-8 allergens.

Golden Corn Soup - Super Seeds
Go Dairy Free featured Golden Corn Soup

Pesto Veggie Burgers - Super Seeds
Cooking Quinoa Featured Pesto Veggie Burgers

Blueberry Coffee Cake - Super Seeds

Lemon Basil Quinoa - Super Seeds
Healthy Blender Recipes Featured Lemon Basil Quinoa

Mama Balance Featured Massaged Kale Salad

Hemp Seed Hummus - Super Seeds
Recipe Renovator Featured Hemp Seed Hummus

Granola Cookies - Super Seeds
Go Dairy Free Featured Granola Cookies

Quinoa Lentil Soup - Super Seeds
Photo by Ricki Heller

Enter to win a copy of Super Seeds plus a 4-pound package of Gerbs Super 5 Seed Mix.  (Open to US residents only, sorry!)

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Happy Cooking!

My new book,  Super Seeds, is available now! You can also find tasty recipes in Welcoming Kitchen: 200 Delicious Allergen & Gluten-Free Vegan Recipes.

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  1. Avoid the junk. Limit calories. Eat vegan.

  2. I try to remind myself how many calories it will take to work off the food. and that if i really want it, it will be there tomorrow..tomorrow.. tomorrow

  3. ummmm, I don't :( It is my time to eat what I want. I am good after the holidays but the holidays is my time to eat what others have made.

  4. Eat vegan and avoid most oil, sugar, and processed foods.

  5. I avoid the crazy sugary foods and stick to my plant-based diet.. I love it! No issues for the past 2yrs of being vegan. Yay!

  6. If I have a big meal, I try to get back on track immediately afterwards! Lots of walking too!!

  7. I try to add lots of fresh veggies to my meals and walk daily.

  8. Well I try to limit sweets but that doesn't always happen. But I do eat more veggies.

  9. I try to eat healthy and am exploring Gluten free and vegan trying recipes .Made Ricki Heller soup. i guess it takes time to get use to thing that taste different than what you are use to having.i found i had to add more water to the soup recipe than what it called for ,but i did like they taste

  10. I try to eat light before parties or family dinners. Also, lots of veggies, fruit, etc.

  11. I'd like to win this giveaway - more seeds seeds seeds! I started soaking chia seedsin a canning jar overnight, and add them to cereal and smoothies for breakfast. My toddler loves to shake the seeds in the jar too!

  12. I make sure to eat healthy breakfast, and lunch, and before going to a party, I eat some fruit to stay satisfied. That way I don't overeat during parties. I also walk at least 30 minutes every day.

  13. We focus on veggies during the holidays, so it is easy to stay healthy.

  14. I try not to change what I eat and how I prepare food very much over the holidays.

  15. I try to fill up on veggies and enjoy just a small bit of everything else.