Archive for the ‘recipes’ Category

Simple Free Recipe Frozen Treats

July 24, 2008

SHELENE’S SIMPLE SUMMER TREATS *****

Shelene writes: “On a hot summer afternoon, for a sweet
treat and a nice boost in energy I like to eat some grapes
that I have frozen, or some chilled melon cubes.” (EDITOR:
Frozen blueberries are also a nice treat.) ENJOY

*ORGANIC INGREDIENTS ARE ALWAYS RECOMMENDED.

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Recipe: Whole Grain Cereal

July 4, 2008

2 heaping teaspoons organic steel cut oats (cook until
thick in
3/4 cup distilled water, OR soak until soft and drain)

ADD:
1 cup almond milk
1 teaspoon ground millet
1 teaspoon ground quinoa
1 teaspoon ground flax seed
1 rounded teaspoon wheat germ
1 teaspoon sunflower seeds
1/2 teaspoon sesame seeds
1/2 cup raisins
1 sliced banana
1/2 cup berries of your choice (blueberry, raspberry,
strawberry, etc.)

ADD more almond milk to obtain desired consistency
Sprinkle top with cinnamon
Drizzle Agave Nectar or raw honey on top for desired
sweetness – ENJOY”

*ORGANIC INGREDIENTS ARE ALWAYS RECOMMENDED.

Raw Holiday Fudge

June 30, 2008

1 cup rolled oats
3/4 cup carob powder
1/4 cup sesame seeds, ground (optional)
1/4 cup sunflower seeds, ground
1/2 cup raw almond butter
6 Medjool dates, pitted, soaked 2 hours, and drained
1/2 to 1 cup walnuts OR pecans, chopped

Place all ingredients in a food processor with S blade, and mix well. Press into a lightly oiled 8″ square pan.

Chill, cut, and serve. Keeps in refrigerator covered for several days. ENJOY!

Blending Vegetables Makes for a Healthy Meal

June 14, 2008

The following information comes from Dr. Russell Blaylock, and was taken from his May, 2008 Blaylock Report publication: “The most important health changes you can
make in life are through your diet . . . . Critical is a high intake of vegetables . . . . Vegetables contain vitamins, minerals, enzymes, fiber, and hundreds of special
disease-fighting chemicals called flavonoids. . . .

“Just eating raw vegetables is healthy, but to release these healthy chemicals for maximum absorption you have to break into the plant cells, since we do not have the
enzymes necessary to do that. Blenderizing the vegetables. . . . releases these chemicals in high concentrations so they can easily be absorbed. . . .”

*ORGANIC INGREDIENTS ARE ALWAYS RECOMMENDED.

Delicious Healthy BRAIN POWER SMOOTHIE Recipe

June 8, 2008

The following recipe is a great and extremely healthy
alternative, especially for children, who like something
tasty and sweet to drink.

2 tablespoons freshly ground flax seed OR Hallelujah Acres
B-Flax-D(TM)
1 rounded tablespoon Nutritional Essentials Vanilla flavor
from Hallelujah Acres
6 ounces of organic apple juice OR almond milk OR rice milk
1/2 cup frozen organic blueberries OR other frozen organic
fruit
1 Pharmax DHA capsule (contents of), available from
Hallelujah Acres
1 ripe banana

Blend above ingredients and enjoy for the both the
behavioral and emotional health of children (and even
yourself). May be consumed twice daily.

*ORGANIC INGREDIENTS ARE ALWAYS RECOMMENDED.

Strawberry Parfait Dessert

May 20, 2008

4 cups quartered strawberries (set aside in a bowl)
The Cream
2 cups strawberries
6 Medjool dates, pitted and soaked 4-6 hours (save soaking
water)
1/2 cup pecans OR almonds (preferably soaked over night and
drained)
Agave Nectar OR Maple Syrup OR Date Sugar OR Stevia to
taste (Pick one)
1 teaspoon pure vanilla

Place all of “The Cream” ingredients in a blender and
process until creamy, adding date soaking water if needed.
Taste and add sweetener if needed. Fill parfait glasses
with alternating layers of “cream” and quartered
strawberries. Chill, serve, & ENJOY!

*ORGANIC INGREDIENTS ARE ALWAYS RECOMMENDED.

Stuffed Cucumbers

May 5, 2008

Wash thoroughly or peel cucumbers, cut in half lengthwise and carefully remove the seeds. On a plate make a nice bed of greens, place cucumber on top.
Chop the cucumber hearts together with any of the following:
1 – 2 Tablespoons celery, chopped fine
1 – 2 Tablespoons carrot, grated
2 Tablespoons tomato, chopped into small pieces
1 – 2 Tablespoons raw almond butter
Mix in enough nut butter to hold it together and fill the cucumber halves. Note: You may change the “stuffing” by simply adding your favorite veggies or by adding herbs such as 1 Tablespoon minced parsley.

Laquita’s Raw Butternut Squash Soup

April 25, 2008

This week’s recipe was sent in by Laquita, who lives in
Lenoir City, Tennessee. She writes: “A delicious raw soup
recipe.”

4 cups fresh orange juice
1 fresh mango peeled and chopped
4 cups peeled, chopped, butternut squash
8 dates pitted and chopped
1/2 teaspoon curry

Blend 1/2 of each ingredient till smooth. Blend remaining
half till smooth. Stir batches together, place in
individual serving bowls, garnish with raw slices of banana
and mint. Serve & ENJOY!

*ORGANIC INGREDIENTS ARE ALWAYS RECOMMENDED.

RHONDA’S RAW CARROT SOUP

April 21, 2008

This recipe can be found on page 200 of Rhonda Malkmus’
358-page, spiral bound, best selling book “Recipes for Life
…from God’s Garden,” published by Hallelujah Acres. (This
book contains over 400 recipes that fit The Hallelujah
Diet, and is available on our website at
https://commerce.hacres.com/product.aspx?id=203&uofm=EACH
or by calling 1.800.915.9355.)

2 cups carrots (finely grated)
1/4 cup red pepper (finely chopped)
1/2 cup celery (finely chopped)
1/4 cup red onion (finely chopped)
1/4 cup broccoli florets (finely chopped)
1 cup freshly extracted carrot juice
1/2 teaspoon thyme
1/4 teaspoon paprika
Celtic Sea Salt to taste (optional)

Clean and grate carrots. Finely chop vegetables and mix
together. Add carrot juice and seasonings (You can vary
amounts of juice to produce a thicker or thinner soup).
Stir to blend. Serve with a nice garden salad. ENJOY!

*ORGANIC INGREDIENTS ARE ALWAYS RECOMMENDED.

RECIPES FOR LIFE: JULIE’S COCONUT DATES – A KID’S TREAT

April 14, 2008

This recipe comes from Julie Wandling’s book “Hallelujah
Kids”, published by Hallelujah Acres. It is filled with all
kinds of recipes for “kids,” as well as lots of helpful
hints for helping children eat a healthy diet. Following is
one of the very simple recipes to prepare that children
really enjoy as a snack.

Cut dates in half lengthwise, remove pits, and then press
sticky side into unsweetened, shredded coconut. ENJOY!

*ORGANIC INGREDIENTS ARE ALWAYS RECOMMENDED.