Showing posts from July, 2014

Egg in a mug

My grandmother used to make this for me almost every morning when I woke up. This was one of my favorite light snacks or breakfast foods. Its so simple to make, but its so creamy and delicious leaving you to want more. When it was done I would be looking in the cup all sad because its finished kkkkkk..... really yummy try it for yourself or for your kids. A really good source of protein.


1 egg
1/2 tsp butter
pinch salt
pinch ground black pepper

Boil your whole egg for about 20 minutes or until the shell starts to crack. Remove the shel once boiled and put the entire egg into a mug and add in your butter, salt and pepper, with a spoon mash it up.

Your done, delicious, quick and easy
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From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Healthy Meal Replacement Shake

This shake is delicious and is great for those days that you are in a rush and don't have time to make something to eat for breakfast or are on the run during the day and don't have time to stop and get something. It's extremely filling, super healthy it gives you 4 portions of your recommended daily fruits and vegetables intake.

Ingredients 1 whole banana 1/2 avocado 1 apple about 3 full kale leaves 1 cup milk 1 tbsp sugar ( optional)
Wash everything first, then If you have a juicer you can go ahead and juice the kale and the apples together as pictured below
If you do not have a juicer no problem just put it all into the blender and then at the end use a strainer when pouring out the juice so that it can be smooth and creamy.
after juicing the apple and kale in a blender put the rest of your ingredients and blend until very smooth. If you feel the mixture is too thick add a little more milk. I suggest you do not add sugar at first and try it and see if it is sweet enough…

Salt Crusted Chicken

This recipe is amazing and leaves the chicken to bake inside of a hidden crust made of salt and comes out tasting amazing. Follow the simple recipe:


1 whole chicken
2 full jars of Rock salt
1 lemon zest
1 bunch parsley chopped up
3 garlic cloves crushed
2 tbsp oil

Preheat oven to 350F or 170 C. Take your whole chicken and clean it well. But do not season it, or poke holes in the skin. It will grab the flavor from the salt crust. Once your whole chicken is cleaned (Make sure you leave the skin on and do not puncture it at all. You must leave the skin fully on as this will be what protects the chicken from being over salted  - the salt cannot touch the chicken itself; only the skin)

Once cleaned, set your chicken aside and make your salt crust by pouring into a big bowl all of your salt, your lemon zest ( which is the skin of the lemon shredded into very tiny pieces) oil and your garlic, parsley pieces mix it all in with your hands until well incorporated;add in a few drops …