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    • Oh My Gooey Goodness Banana Bread

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    •  7/21/2014 9:28:35 PM
    •  If you have ever wanted to attempt banana bread this is the recipe for you. It is a no-fail super delish and gooey banana bread. The ingredients are simple and easy to find at most grocery stores, you might have to make a trip to a specialty health food store for the sugar (if desired). My 11 year daughter loves to bake up a loaf every time we have a few extra ripe bananas that I haven't had the chance to freeze for smoothies. 

      Gooey Banana Bread




      4 Very Ripe Bananas

      1 1/2 Cups Whole Wheat Pastry Flour

      1/2 Cup Coconut Sugar (sucanat, or other sugar substitute) 

      2/3 Cup Coconut Oil

      1 tsp. Vanilla

      1 1/2 tsp Baking Powder

      1 1/2 tsp Baking Soda

      2 tsp Cinnamon

      1 tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice

      Optional add ins:

      1/4 cup Chocolate Chips

      1/4 cup crushed walnuts


      Preheat oven to 350 degrees, grease loaf pan with coconut oil or line with parchment paper.

      In a large bowl mash together the bananas, vanilla, sugar, and coconut oil. In a separate bowl combine flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, and pumpkin pie spice. Mix well, then stir flour mixture into banana mixture until evenly combined. Add in optional ingredients. Pour into loaf pan. Bake in over for 40 minutes or until you can poke with a toothpick and it comes out clean. 


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    • 5 Minute Fruit & Oatmeal Breakfast (Soaked)

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    •  7/17/2014 1:52:17 PM
    • My overall health and well-being always seems to be a little better when I eat a RAW breakfast.

      Starting off the day with easily digestible food makes my belly happy!

      And most of the time my kids love eating this way!  Here is my 2 year old trying to steal a strawberry!


      But to be honest, sometimes fruit just doesn't cut it, especially when I work-out in the mornings.

      And when my children eat, for example, a bowl of strawberries for breakfast they are usually hungry again before lunch.

      These are the reasons why I love homemade MUESLI cereal (overnight soaked grains nuts & seeds).

      Recipe found HERE.


      But what happens when you forget the night before to soak the cereal?




      Or when you want something quicker?

      This recipe below is the answer!  In 5 minutes you'll have a raw breakfast that will sure to please everyone!



      5 Minute Fruit & Oatmeal Breakfast (Soaked)

      About 5 servings


      2 cups Rolled Oats

      3 TBS Sunflower Seeds

      2 TBS Flax Seed

      1 TBS Chia Seed

      3 TBS Wheat Bran

      3 TBS Hemp Seeds

      1 tsp Salt

      3 tsp Cinnamon

      3 TBS Coconut Sugar (optional*)

      Dried Fruit (to be added at the end)

      Options: Dried Blueberries, Cranberries, Strawberries, etc.  And/or Raisins


      Place all the ingredients (except dried fruit)  together in a high-powered blender, and pulse a few times to just begin chopping up the oats.  BUT don't chop too much, you still want to see the oat flakes.

      *A sweetener is optional.  This cereal can become the most sweet with a sliced banana on top.  But my kids will eat this more when I add the sugar.


      Place all together in an airtight container and store in your refrigerator OR you can make single servings (I use small glass jars) that make it super easy for your children to make their own soaked cereal.  They can eat it right out of the jar!

      When you are ready to eat:

      Pour 1/2 cup non-dairy milk on top of 1 cup cereal and let soak for about 5 minutes.


      Top your cereal with FRESH FRUIT like sliced bananas, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, apples, peaches, mangos, grapes...etc.  What ever your children love.  This cereal is an excellent way to consume not only whole grains, but raw seeds which provide essential fatty acids.  Those nutrients that help your childrens BRAINS the most!

      Hope you enjoy!

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    • Watermelon Green Juice

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    •  7/14/2014 10:37:30 AM


      Watermelon GREEN Juice

      This is such a fun recipe to make and is beneficial for multiple reasons:


      • 1.  It's super easy to make.

        2.  It has HUGE amounts of Spinach, which is one of the 

        3.  It is a great transition drink for those people who have trouble drinking those thick green smoothies.

        4.  Babies, kids and teenagers love this sweet and refreshing drink.

        5.  You will never waste any watermelon is a great way to use any watermelon that might be too soft for some people's liking.  And also a great way to use spinach that might be going bad soon.

        BUT...if you choose to strain the pulp (you DEFINITELY DON'T HAVE TO), the amount of fiber is decreased.  I still prepare this for my family when we are in the mood for a cool, refreshing drink (and I have a lot of watermelon).


        **You can also substitute APPLES when watermelon is not in season.


      • most nutrient dense foods on the planet.


        Watermelon GREEN Juice



        2 cups watermelon

        1 slice lime or lemon, 1/4 of an inch thick

        2 large handfuls of spinach


        Fill your blender with your watermelon and slice of lime.  Pulse until smooth.  Begin adding your spinach and blend until smooth.  I have added up to a pound of spinach to really make this a power GREEN DRINK.



        If you want to STRAIN some of the pulp:

        Using a food grade CHEESE CLOTH, pour your drink into the cloth and strain the juice into a bowl.  You can strain as much as you want with as little or as much pulp as you like.


        Serve over ice and enjoy!





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    • Healthy & Simple Banana Muffins

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    •  7/11/2014 9:27:58 AM

    • Healthy & Simple Banana Muffins

      These are basic muffins, but surprisingly super delicious and moist.  We love making these in our home.  My kids especially love when I add chocolate chips to the recipe.  You can store these in your freezer for later use, but they tend to not last that long!  Hope you enjoy!


      1 1/2 cups Whole Wheat Pastry Flour (or gluten-free flour)

      1 1/2 teaspoons Baking Soda

      1/2 teaspoon Salt

      3 Very Ripe Bananas

      1/2 cup Coconut Sugar (brown sugar works as well)

      2 Tablespoons Vegan Butter, melted

      3 Flax Eggs for Vegan muffins Or just 1 real Egg for non-vegan

      1 1/2 teaspoons Vanilla Extract

      Chocolate Chips or Walnuts, optional


      Prepare Flax Eggs by combining 1 1/2 TBS ground Flaxseed and 3 TBS Water, and set aside.

      In a large bowl, mash the banana, leaving some texture.  Add sugar, baking soda, salt and mix together well.  Stir in flax eggs, vanilla, melted butter and stir.  Add flour and stir until combined.  Then mix in chocolate chips or walnuts, optional.  Divide batter evenly into a regular muffin pan - about 1/2 full.  Bake at 375 for about 20 minutes or until tops are golden brown and a toothpick or knife comes out clean.  Let cool for a few minutes, remove from pan and serve warm is best.


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    • Getting kids in the Kitchen

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    •  7/7/2014 8:03:22 PM
    •  I had the chance to be out of town for a few days with some girlfriends while my wonderful husband stayed home with my four daughters. It is so great for them to spend time together and always great for mom to take a few days to rejuvenate!

      To my wonderful surprise my five year took over the kitchen and created her, as she calls it, "Famous Secret Recipe" which has recently been changed to "Special Recipe" because she loves telling everyone how to make it! This dish has become quite famous in the last month at our house. Now all four of my kiddos make it on a daily basis and even share with friends! It is so simple, yet so delish. Emily has converted many friends and even a few new neighbors have had the delightful chance to taste her special recipe!

      Emily's "Special Recipe" Chick Peas




      1 can chick peas, drained and rinsed



      Onion Powder

      Garlic Powder



      Combine all ingredients in a small bowl, add seasonings to taste. Each of my kids make it slightly different based on their taste buds and they munch on these while reading, watching a movie, or playing.

      We also use these new recipe to top salads and they make a great center for lunches!





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    • Summer Recipe Ideas

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    •  7/2/2014 5:29:37 PM

    • Here is an update on a few AMAZING recipes we have been sharing on Instagram!



      Vegan Cheesy Pesto Melts



      Sun-Dried Cashew Cheese*

      Sauted Mushrooms & Onions

      Thin Whole Wheat Buns

      Cherry Tomatoes

       *Found in Pizza Download



      Breakfast Almond Butter Oats


      Rolled Oats

      Chia Seeds


      Topped with:  Almond Butter, Walnuts and Vanilla Almond Milk.
      Combine all the ingredients and let soak for 10 minutes.



      Loaded VEGGIE Hummus Burrito

      A great way to get your RAW Veggies in for the day!


      Fresh Green Beans, cut

      Red Cabbage, Chopped

      Bell Pepper, sliced


      Whole Wheat Tortilla Wrap

      Spread your favorite hummus generously on your tortilla shell (we love Trader Joe's Cilantro Jalapeno!).  Stuff as many veggies as you can and roll up!  May need toothpicks to hold everything in place.


      Strawberries and CREAM

      Slice strawberries and top with Coconut Cream, Mini Chocolate Chips and HEMP Seeds


      Irish Tacos with Corn Salsa

      I love that I can freeze my Irish Taco recipe and use it for a quick lunch!


      Red Cabbage, chopped

      Irish Tacos

      Trader Joe's Corn Tomato-Less Salsa


      Corn Tortilla Shell

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    • Favorite BERRY Recipes

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    •  7/2/2014 4:57:36 PM
    • It's that time of year...BERRIES are in season!

      My family can't get enough of these wonderful fruits!

      We love this time of year for the amazing fruits it provides!  We wanted to share with you just a few kid-friendly recipes that utilize these wonderful BERRIES this time of year.  This are simple recipes that your whole family will love.  And don't forget, just eating the berries by themselves is never a bad thing!

      Also- if you live in Utah...Harmons Grocery is the best place to buy BERRIES this time of year.  I have never purchased a bad container of berries from them.  Don't you hate it when you buy a container, and they are already mushy!  This doesn't happen at Harmons and that is why I am so grateful I have one just down the street!  Harmons is currently running their BERRY MANIA sale.  You buy 5 containers of berries for only $10.  You can't beat that!




      Whipped Pineapple Berry Smoothie

      (Serves 2)

      Combine the following Ingredients in your blender, and blend until smooth:

      2 cups whipped pineapple slush (recipe here)

      1 cup Berries (frozen or fresh) Strawberries, Blueberries, Raspberries, etc.

      1/2 Fresh squeezed Orange Juice (or any non-dairy milk would work)

      Coconut Berry Pops

      (Makes approx. 12 popsicles)

      Combine the following Ingredients in your blender, and blend until smooth:

      1 can Coconut Milk (lite is a healthy option)

      1 cup Berries (Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, etc....fresh or frozen)

      2 Bananas (fresh or frozen)

      4 Dates, chopped OR 3 TBS Maple Syrup

      Pour into popsicle molds and freeze overnight

      Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Sugar Chips

      Use Berries for the fruit salsa...blueberries and raspberries are the perfect size!

      Recipe found HERE.

      WFM Blender Waffle Recipe

      Berries work great for delicious toppings, along with whipped coconut cream!

      Recipe found HERE.

      Quinoa & Berries

      For a great breakfast try cooked and cooled quinoa, non-dairy milk and BERRIES!



      Strawberry Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

      Add any berry to your leafy greens & vegetables and with the addition of this amazing salad dressing, and you got yourself an amazing meal!  Dressing Recipe HERE.



      BERRIES all by themselves

      ...need I say more?  One of my families favorite breakfasts!




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    • Peanut Butter Chocolate Mousse (Vegan)

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    •  6/19/2014 12:50:54 PM

      Here is another version of the ever popular 3 Ingredient


      We thought...why not add PEANUT BUTTER!



      Peanut Butter Chocolate Mousse

      (dairy-free & vegan)


      1 package Silken Tofu

      1 cup Chocolate Chips (vegan)

      1 cup Non-Dairy Milk (Coconut Milk, Coconut Cream, Almond Milk or Soy Milk)

      4 TBS PB2 Powder*
      --For a sweeter version, try adding 2 TBS maple syrup...SO GOOD!




      PB2 Powder- is a powdered peanut butter, made by squeezing natural oils out of the peanut and then dehydrating what’s left, yielding a powder in which 90% of the fat is removed from the peanut.  I personally don't consider this a WHOLE FOOD and believe WHOLE is always better.  But wanted to try it out for fun- and with this type of a recipe, I think it works AMAZING!


      Optional Toppings:

      PB2 Flavored Whipped Coconut Cream & Peanut Butter Cups

      (Details on how to make whipped coconut cream below)




      Directions for the MOUSSE:

      Combine Chocolate Chips and Milk in a small sauce pan over medium heat.

      Stirring constantly until combined and completely melted.

      Let chocolate mixture sit for a few minutes to cool (this will help with the mousse setting up).

      Then combine chocolate mixture with Tofu and PB2 Powder (optional) in a high-powdered blender or food processor.

      Blend until smooth.

      Place in refrigerator for an hour (until thickened)...OR if desired place in your freezer until frozen!

      If it is frozen, let sit on your counter to thaw before consuming, very quickly...because you won't be able to help yourself.






      To make whipped coconut cream, basically place a high quality can of coconut cream in your refrigerator over night (the better quality the thicker the cream).  Then after you open the can, scoop out the cream that has settled on top.  Place this cream in a bowl (you can add a sweetener if you would like and vanilla) and whip it up for a good 2-3 minutes.  It should become somewhat thicker.  Than place back in your refrigerator to thicken.  This can be used as a wonderful and super yummy alternative to dairy whipped cream.

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    • Whipped Pineapple Slush

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    •  6/18/2014 9:48:46 PM


      Hello all your WHOLE FOOD MOMMIES out there!  Both Newbie Mommy and I (Veteran Mommy) have been on vacation/yoga retreats and happy to be back!  We still stayed somewhat present on Instagram (if your not following us- check us at @wholefoodmommies) and facebook!  But again, we are happy to be back home with our families and our own kitchens!


      We wanted to share a fun SUMMER Smoothie recipe that our kids love!


      Whipped Pineapple Slushy!

      This recipe turns a normal smoothie into a slushy smoothie!

      Great for the summer months!


      Of course we prefer fresh juice for smoothies- but this is a fun alternative that makes your smoothies tropical


      Step 1 - Pour pineapple juice (not from concentrate) into bowl.

      Step 2 - Place in freezer until a quarter frozen (about 4-6 hours). The top portion will have started freezing.

      Step 3 - Using a hand mixer WHIP the juice for a good 2 minutes until really frothy. Then place back in the freezer.

      Step 4 - Freeze over night or until completely frozen. Scoop out the slush easily and use in all your fruity recipes!



      Strawberry Blueberry Pineapple Slushy

      Blend the following ingredients together until smooth:

      4 Big scoops Whipped Pineapple Slushy (about 1 cup)*

      3 Large Frozen Strawberries

      1/2 cup Frozen Blueberries

      1 Banana (fresh or frozen)

      *add more whipped pineapple slushy if too thick


      Much ♥, wfm

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    • WFM Family Challenge FRIDAY- Something ORANGE

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    •  6/6/2014 1:37:54 PM

      WE are SO SUPER excited to share our next



      Today's Challenge:  SOMETHING ORANGE*


      (*** This link will only work for 3 DAYS!  So make sure to download quick!)

      Who doesn't love eating a fresh juicy orange?  Or biting into a garden fresh carrot?

      Have you tried fresh carrot juice?  Super sweet and refreshing!

      Use this challenge for the next 2 WEEKS to help you and your family eat healthy and be happy!


      much love,




      Details of our CHALLENGES:

      Many Friday's during the year, we will share with you one of our popular FAMILY CHALLENGES!


      Eating healthy can be hard...especially for our children who are bombarded with disease-promoting foods at every turn.  We have found that our children eat far healthier when they know the reason "WHY" they should, and just as important, they participate in a CHALLENGE (complete with check boxes!) 




      They get the "WHY"

      AND the fun and motivating CHECK BOXES!

      (Bonus:  They also give you recipes to help you achieve success)


      These have been life-changing in our families!  We have had children who gag when we ask them to eat a piece of celery to seeing the same child eat a whole english cucumber with not a single complaint.

      You can also create special rewards for the children who complete the works wonders!


      Just picture it, your whole family...


      working together to eat MORE PLANTS and GET HEALTHIER!


         We can't wait for you to try this!

      much love,

      Whole Food Mommies

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