Green Tart Smoothie

Green Tart Smoothie | Nutrition Stripped, green smoothie, low sugar green smoothie

First and foremost, Happy Halloween! Today I’m sharing the polar opposite recipe that you may expect from a food blog on Halloween, a Green Tart Smoothie. I’m doing this for a couple reasons, 1) Nutrition Stripped just isn’t a “food” blog it’s all about that whole food lifestyle I’m always talking about!; 2) I think we’ll encounter enough sugar today so need for me to put out a high sugar recipe; and 3) this smoothie is just awesome and my new favorite- ladies this one is especially for you. The Green Tart Smoothie is loaded with mineralizing greens, low sugar fruits, and plant-based proteins coming from spirulina or chlorella, and even amino acid and B vitamin rich bee pollen. I promise, after drinking this smoothie you won’t have a sugar crash like most do when eating handfuls of candies and your skin and digestion will thank you so much for it.

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Blondie Fig Fudge Squares

Blondie Fig Fudge Squares

I’m going to start out by saying, these are amazing. Blondie Fig Fudge Squares may very well become your new go-to recipe when you’re craving something sweet, yet don’t want to fuss with baking something- these require absolutely no cooking if you choose! These blondies can be made two ways, no-bake or baked, both options are equally delicious and should leave you feeling amazing. They’re sweetened naturally with whole food ingredients like the obvious being figs and the less obvious being cashew butter and chickpeas. I hope you give these a try this Halloween for a healthier spin on candy and treats, and of course can be enjoyed year round.

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Over the Weekend | Supper Club with Avo

Nutrition Stripped Supper Club collaboration with Avo, McKel Hill, plant based supper clubs, Nashville

It’s Saturday morning, I’m writing this while sipping on a homemade cashew milk latte (I needed the coffee for a boost), after a fun filled evening at the Nutrition Stripped Supper Club collaboration with Avo. It was amazing. We sold out and then some for this event in about a week and a half, we had about 55 guests native to Nashville, some flew in from Virginia, some from Boston, Chattanooga, Memphis, and Maryland- I still can’t believe it, you’re all so amazing to come and show your support! Not only was the guest list great, but the location was breathtaking, Susannah (owner of Avo as well as Jess), allowed us to use her rooftop space overlooking downtown Nashville for the event- it looked like something out of a movie and you know I had to take a couple of shots in that moment soaking in the sun.

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Curry Pea-Guacamole

Curry Pea-Guacamole | Nutrition Stripped

Today I’m going to show you how to make a classic dip into a healthier alternative- have an open mind with me on this one, because it’s unique and so delicious! Curry Pea Guacamole is my new favorite guacamole recipe, I was inspired by warming spices like cinnamon, ginger, and curry blend spices, that I often gravitate towards this time of year when it gets chilly. The combination of warmth from the spices and the natural sweetness from the green peas are a phenomenal balance, yet the texture is probably my favorite- smooth, rich, yet light at the same time. Green peas have an amazing ability to transform something like guacamole into a starchy version of itself as well as boosting the fiber and protein content slightly, which is great when you’re looking to add volume or revisit the dip bowl time and time again without over-indulging.

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Massaged Kale Salad, three ways

Massaged Kale Salad, three ways | Nutrition Stripped, cobb kale salad, vegan cesar kale salad, superfood kale salad

I love kale. I eat it, take pictures with it, and wear kale shirts, but today I’m sharing a trio of my classic massaged kale salad using simple variations in the toppings and salad ingredients to take this one basic kale salad, three ways. These are perfect to make ahead of time for dinner or for a light lunch on the go, bring to a picnic, or enjoy at home. All of these simple salads are nutrient dense, loaded with natural fiber from vegetables and fruits, protein, and healthy fats- all key ingredients to make a filling meal to hold you over and keep your energy up for the day ahead.

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