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High Vibrations with The Barefoot Bohemian || Chapter 4

High Vibrations with The Barefoot Bohemian || Chapter 4

Getting Figgy With It

Move over avos, there's a new toast in town and it's sooooo easy to make! This recipe will also soothe that little sweet tooth you might have without eating empty calories.
What You'll Need:
2 pieces fresh local toast (For all the babes in San Diego, check out Prager Bros)
1 cup Kite Hill vegan vanilla yogurt
2-3 fresh figs, sliced
handful of pistachios
drizzle of honey (agave for vegan)
Slice toast and spread vanilla yogurt evenly on top
Place sliced figs, pistachios on top and drizzle with honey and enjoy!
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High Vibrations with The Barefoot Bohemian || Chapter 3

High Vibrations with The Barefoot Bohemian || Chapter 3

Floral Summer Salad Rolls

Fresh rice papers rolls are one of my favorite things right now!  They are a simply delicious (and visually stimulating) combination of fresh vegetables, herbs & rice paper.  We are having a heat wave here in Southern California and all I can think about consuming is cooling, light and refreshing foods so these have been the perfect food!  They have to be one of the easiest ways to eat “salad” and are perfectly portable for the busy momma's or professionals on the go!  While I knew that I loved veggie spring rolls, I was surprised to see my best friends daughter (that's 2!) devouring them with such enthusiasm. Pair these crunchy delights with my perfect peanut sauce and serve!
1 package rice paper spring roll wrappers (available at any Asian market or Trader Joes)
1 package sunflower sprouts 
1 red & yellow bell pepper, cut into strips
1 hothouse cucumber, sliced
1 avocado, peeled and sliced 
1 cup shredded carrots
1 cup thinly sliced purple cabbage
Any local edible flowers (I used pansies)
Fresh mint and/or basil (Thai basil recommended, that's what I used)
Jenny's Perfect Peanut Sauce- Recipe below (or you can buy Whole Foods Market Peanut Coconut Sauce thats delicious)
Jenny's Perfect Peanut Sauce 
4 oz ginger juice
5 oz olive oil
3 oz apple cider vinegar
4 oz tamari
5 oz agave
8 oz unsweetened peanut butter
1/2 tbsp sesame opil
cayenne to taste
Fill a wide bowl with at least an inch of warm water.
Dip two rice paper wraps (to prevent breakage, trust me) in the water and let soften 5 to 10 seconds. Remove from the water and lay on your work surface.
Place a handful of the greens toward one end of the soaked wrap. Top with the other veggies and herbs. 
Pick up the end of the rice paper closest to your mound of veggies and tightly wrap it over the veggies. Grab each end and fold over like a burrito, or you can leave "open ended". The paper will stick to itself. Continue wrapping the roll until sealed. Continue making the rolls this way until you’ve made all you want or are out of ingredients. Store the rolls covered in the refrigerator until ready to eat. Enjoy with peanut sauce.
These spring rolls are naturally vegan and gluten-free.
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High Vibrations with The Barefoot Bohemian || Chapter 2

High Vibrations with The Barefoot Bohemian || Chapter 2

The Perfect Summer Mezze

This 5 minute Mezze is plant based and the perfect platter for your next summer gathering-
If you're not familiar with mezze, it is basically a bunch of small plates for sharing, often like an appetizer portion.  It's the perfect (and easy) way to create a fun platter for 2-20!
Designed for grazing, long visits, laughter and loved ones, this communal shared platter will please your girlfriends for that next wine Wednesday, goddess gathering or just a Friday night in.  You really can mix and match any items you wish.  For this one, I chose a few of my faves that are easy to source and so yummy.  
sliced cucumbers
cherry tomatoes
baba ganoush
marinated artichokes
and... olives
You can never have enough olives.  Put a little pita and crackers on the side and you have the perfect mezze!  
The best thing about it is you can source everything from the store.  I love making things from scratch, but it is not always realistic.  I have included a super easy homemade hummus recipe.  Other than that, no cooking, no prep.  Just source, style, serve and enjoy!
5 minute home made hummus
1 15-ounce can chickpeas, rinsed 
1 clove garlic 
1⁄4 cup olive oil, plus more for serving 
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 
2 tablespoons tahini 
1 teaspoon ground cumin 
kosher salt 
1/4 teaspoon paprika
In a food processor, puree the chickpeas and garlic with the olive oil, lemon juice, tahini, cumin, and ¾ teaspoon salt until smooth and creamy. Add 1 to 2 tablespoons water as necessary to achieve the desired consistency.
Transfer to a bowl. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with the paprika before serving.
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High Vibrations with The Barefoot Bohemian || Chapter 1

High Vibrations with The Barefoot Bohemian || Chapter 1

This recipe was created after an afternoon of craving something sweet and a bit savory and on the healthy side!  Believe it or not, when using pure raw cacao and maple you are actually consuming a healthy snack! This super simple and easy to make recipe is so divine & rich and you can feel good (kind of like a goddess) eating it... what?  Yes, you can even devour for breakfast.
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Kid-Friendly Healthy Summer Snacks

Kid-Friendly Healthy Summer Snacks

Since our littles are on the move even more during summer months, snacking is necessary to hold them over until their next meal. When we think of summer, we may have typical snack foods in mind – candy, chips, ice cream, and soda – all loaded with salt, sugar, and who knows what. Making your own treats puts you in control of what goes inside, giving you the opportunity to get creative and, most importantly, serve the kids something with nutritional value. Read on for 8 better-for-you alternatives to help kick unhealthy summer snacking habits and kick off the summer!

Frozen Banana Smoothies

Instead of throwing away bananas that are too brown to eat, throw them in the freezer to use later as a smoothie base. For a chocolate banana smoothie, blend together 1 frozen banana, ½ cup milk, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, and 2 teaspoons of chocolate syrup. For a peanut butter banana smoothie, blend together 1 frozen banana, ½ cup milk, 2 teaspoons of peanut butter, and 2 teaspoons of honey. For a berry-banana smoothie, blend 1 frozen banana, ½ cup milk, ½ cup frozen berries, and 2 teaspoons of honey. Process until smooth and don’t forget to add ice!


Frozen Fruit Bars

Fruits are known as nature’s best snacks. Despite how magical that sounds, it might take a bit of creativity to get kids to eat them. So turn them into refreshing fat-free treats that the littles will love on a hot summer’s day. When comparing to dairy-based frozen desserts, fruit bars are generally lower in calories. Make your own fruit bars by using a frozen popsicle mold. Pour 100 percent fruit juice or fruit purees and add chunks of fruit inside before stowing away in a freezer. Some fruits that taste great frozen include pineapples, grapes, and berries.


Pizza Kabobs

Easy to make and easy to eat, these pizza kabobs give parents their kids something to nibble on while enjoying the great outdoors. Use toothpicks as mini skewers. A slice of pepperoni, an olive, small piece of cheese, and a square of whole wheat pita bread on both ends of the skewer are the ideal for a bite-sized pizza. The convenience of this snack lets you enjoy it at the beach or park.


Skinny Strawberry Rhubarb Parfait

The natural sweetness of the strawberries in this parfait make it good for either breakfast or dessert! To make it, you’ll need 1 cup of yogurt of your choice, fresh strawberries sliced thinly, and rhubarb compote. As for the rhubarb compote, you’ll need to bring 4 cups of chopped rhubarb stalks, 1/3 cup of water, and 1/4 cup of maple syrup to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for 15-20 minutes before storing in the refrigerator. When constructing the parfaits, you can use Mason jars to look cute! You can either mix the yogurt with honey or maple syrup or leave it on its own. Add layers of rhubarb compote and freshly sliced strawberries before garnishing with a drizzle of honey or a curl of rhubarb. Chill or serve immediately for a sweet treat that won’t disappoint!

Recipe via Flavour and Savour


Yogurt Melts

Delicious and easy to make, these yogurt melts are the perfect treat for all ages – from adults to babies starting on solids. Using your favorite yogurt and fruits pureed in a food processor or blender, you can make these for your next picnic. All you do is mix 2 cups of yogurt per 1 cup of fruits. Add drops of the mixture on parchment paper and set them in the freezer for a couple hours. Get creative with the flavors by trying different fruit and yogurt combos. You can also add raw honey, cinnamon, vanilla extract, spinach, kale, carrots, beets, or cucumbers.

Recipe via Creative Healthy Family


Ants on a Log

Here’s one way to get the littles to eat celery. Named in the 1950s, Ants on a Log is a snack made by spreading cream cheese, peanut butter, ricotta cheese, or any number of spreads on celery and placing raisins on top. For those who have peanut allergies or can’t handle other nut butters, such as almond or cashew butters, you can substitute the peanut butter for sunflower seed butter or coconut butter. Try golden raisins and honey for a twist on the classic that kids love!


No-Bake Fruit Pizza

If your littles love Lunchables, they’ll love this healthier alternative! This snack resembles the popular mini snack pizzas without the preservatives and additives you can’t pronounce. Wholesome ingredients and a familiar yet appealing presentation make these no-bake fruit pizzas a fun and tasty summer bite. Use a whole-wheat tortilla, pita, or flatbread as the crust and natural nut butters or Greek yogurt as the sauce. Toppings could include fresh fruit, dried fruit, nuts, coconut, and granola. You can even portion each ingredient and put them in cupcake papers or cups and lay them out as part of a “topping bar.”  Your kids can will have fun customizing and assembling their own pizza, an awesome idea for play dates!

Recipe via Two Healthy Kitchens


All Veggie Nachos

Swap out salty tortilla chips for crispy bell peppers triangles! Add dollops of low-fat sour cream and a sprinkle of light shredded cheese of your choice. You can even dip these colorful “chips” in guacamole, hummus, or a homemade salsa. Top with corn, diced tomatoes, avocadoes, cucumbers, and cilantro. This snack is easily adaptable and looks great on the picnic table.


Images via, Flavour and Savour, Creative Healthy Family, Food 52, Two Healthy Kitchens, Super Healthy Kids

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