Are you ready for this?
I can't even prepare you for what's about to go down right now.
If you love nachos, read on. If not, you're just about to change your mind, and maybe your entire life.
We love nachos. They're crunchy, you get to eat with your hands and they're always loaded with a ton of deliciousness.
I thought to myself one morning, "Why can't I eat these every day?" and "Will I ever get sick of nachos?" All very important questions.
So, we came up with 5 different ways to eat your nachos you'll never get bored of. These babies are gluten-free and can easily be modified for vegetarians. Yes, this is real life.
For our chips, we used brown rice tortillas that we sliced into triangles and baked until crispy. They're so easy to make, taking only 6 minutes in the oven at 415oF.
You can also add a flavourful twist by using sweet potato chips or any other baked/dehydrated veggie slices (zucchini! beets!). Here's how to make your own sweet potato chips at home.
1. Breakfast Nachos with Tex Mex Turkey
If this looks familiar to you, that's because we repurposed our Taco Breakfast Bowl recipe into nachos! Because c' mon, sometimes we just wanna eat nachos for breakfast.
Simply load up your brown rice tortilla chips with seasoned ground turkey, green pepper, tomato, avocado and that always beautiful and delicious, fried runny egg.
Add Taco Breakfast Bowl to your client’s meal plan here.
2. Bruschetta & Kale Pesto Nachos
Chips. Dollops of kale pesto. Bruschetta. Feta. Always and forever a classic.
Add Bruschetta & Kale Pesto Chips to your client’s meal plan here.
3. Stuffed Mini Peppers with Vegan Cheese Sauce
How about a corn-free, vegan option? We used cute mini peppers instead of tortilla chips, stuffed with refried beans and placed under the broiler for 5 minutes. Then topped with green pepper, red onion, black olives, avocado and a drizzle of our brand new vegan cheese sauce recipe. Oh yes.
Add Stuffed Mini Peppers with Vegan Cheese Sauce to your client’s meal plan here.
4. Sweet Potato Nachos with Chicken and Pineapple Guacamole
Sweet potatoes and avocados are among several ingredients that help fight symptoms of depression. Not only will the flavorful combo of sweet potato chips, shredded chicken and pineapple guac brighten up your day, but their mood-boosting properties can also help improve your mental health. Win-win.
Add Sweet Potato Nachos to your client’s meal plan here.
5. Sweet Potato Nachos with Creamed Corn and Bacon
We firmly believe nachos aren't just snacks or appetizers. They deserve to be enjoyed as entrees too. With a good serving of chickpeas and quinoa in our dairy-free creamed corn, these tasty nachos make a complete meal. Simply make these nachos vegan-friendly by leaving out the bacon.
Add Sweet Potato Nachos with Creamed Corn and Bacon to your client’s meal plan here.
Nothing beats a warm gooey bowl of oatmeal with your favorite toppings on a chilly morning. Here's how your clients can spruce up breakfast time so everyone can dig in and customize their own oatmeal bowls. From toasted shredded coconut to dollops of creamy almond butter, we've got over 20 oatmeal topping ideas for your clients to surprise their kids or oatmeal-loving besties with.
This idea was inspired by one of our members who truly impressed her little girls with a make-your-own oatmeal setup one morning. So we got the kids on board but really, this fun DIY oatmeal station will get anyone excited.
What You Need:
- A large batch of oatmeal*
- Your choice of toppings (see below)
- Serving tray or cutting board
- Small bowls for ingredients
- Bowls or large mugs for serving
- Hungry friends or family members
*Steel cut oats or overnight oats also work. For larger parties, try oatmeal in the crockpot.
- Fresh fruit: banana, apple, pear, peaches, assorted berries, etc.
- Dried fruit: raisins, dried cranberries, chopped dates, dried figs, banana chips.
- To sprinkle/drizzle: hemp hearts, toasted shredded coconut, coconut chips, quinoa, flax, honey, maple syrup, cocoa powder, cinnamon, date syrup.
- Nuts and seeds: almonds, pecans, walnuts, pistachios, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, etc.
- Other: chocolate chips, any nut or seed butter, candied ginger slices, strawberry chia jam.
Our Favourite Oatmeal Combos:
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