Instead of talking about breakfast and lunch first today, I have to tell you about this snack. This Go Raw Carrot Cake Cookies is EVERYTHING. Okay, I let my non-CLEAN coworkers try them and they thought “It’s pretty good, if you’re on a cleanse.” So if you’re on a cleanse, these cookies are EVERYTHING!
Obviously, let’s face the facts. This is NOT gonna taste like carrot cake. You can’t really have your cake and eat it too. The Go Raw Carrot Cake Cookies are made with 5 simple ingredients, mixed together raw and then dehydrated for a few days to make perfect little bites. They also makes other flavors like Lemon Cookies and Ginger Snaps which also uses ingredients that are Elimination Diet approved.
They really make the perfect snack/dessert substitute. While this seems to work against my “trying to get rid of my sweet tooth” objective a little bit, better that I’m “cheating” on raw carrot cake cookies and not salted chocolate chip cookies right? 😉
Breakfast & Lunch
CLEAN Sesame Kelp Noodles
Soak kelp noodles in water for 2 hours and drain. Mix tahini, liquid amino, chili flakes, agave, garlic, ginger, lime juice, extra virgin olive oil together in a sauce, toss with drained kelp. Top with scallions, cilantro, and sesame seeds.
My First BBG Workout!
Keeping in line with my liquid dinners, tonight I decided to use the last of my CSA squash to make a soup. I roasted the squash with some olive oil in my toaster oven for 45 minutes. Removed the flesh and dumped it into my Vitamix. Added just enough cold chicken broth from the fridge to cover the majority of the squash. Turned it on my soup setting and let it do its job. I love that the Vitamix has enough power to whip air into the soup to make it nice and creamy, while also blending fast enough to heat up the soup. Lifesaver in this cleanse I tell ya.
I topped it off with another of my Instagram finds: FlavorGod spicy seasoning. It is low salt, no preservatives, all freshly made seasonings by the Flavor God himself, I’ve been using it on everything! I didn’t even need to add salt to this soup, this seasoning really helped give it that extra flava.