Dinner time

Low Carb, Savy Naturalista, Naturalista
Today I ate more fruit leather then I can bare I hope I do not burn myself out of fruit leather but it is just so good. I had a dying cauliflower that needed to be use so I made a meaty sauce (no meat) that was to die for. The thing I love about cauliflower is how versatile the vegetable can be it can adapt to any taste so I am excited what I will be able to do. This low carb dish is perfect because I had a craving for an Italian without all the pounds.


Sweet Potato Breakfast Pudding

Since I ate all my low carb bread yesterday I had to figure out what I wanted to eat this morning. I know meals should be plan ahead of time especially when you are on a diet and a low carb diet should defiantly be plan weeks in advance. This will help from making impulsive decisions that are not healthy and you will regret later (I always do). I like to work on a limb and that is what I did this morning besides I had filled up on water from my workout so I could hold out a little longer. This breakfast is pretty quick and requires that you have left over smash sweet potato in the fridge just sitting there waiting for you to figure out what to do with it; and when you finally do you come up with a delicious and healthy breakfast that will keep you full for a couple of hours.

Sweet Potato Breakfast Pudding, Savy Naturalista, Naturalista

Sweet Potato Breakfast Pudding: 1 cup leftover sweet potato, 2 tbsp. chia seeds, and 1 cup milk I used almond. In a bowl add sweet potato and warm it in the microwave for 3 minutes add chia seeds, milk, and stir stir together very well. Let it sit until it thickens up add any sweetener you like I added ½ banana and cinnamon for sweetener.

I hope you enjoy I will have leftovers for lunch, and I will see you at dinner. What are your favorite low carb sweeteners? I am obsessed with coconut sugar they make a wonderful candy that is so good. What about you? Comment below I love comments 🙂