Warm and Healthy Breakfast Grain Bowls


Recipe: Morning Grain Bowl

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Healthy Warm & Cozy Breakfast Bowls

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Easy & Healthy CHICKEN QUINOA Grain Bowl �� DAY 4 | HONEYSUCKLE

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Video taken from the channel: Honeysuckle


Protein-Packed Buddha Bowl

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QUINOA BREAKFAST BOWLS ‣‣ 2 make-ahead recipes

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Video taken from the channel: Simply Quinoa

The suggestions below are for a single breakfast bowl, but you can scale them for a crowd with the simple quantities mentioned: Coconut + Goji + Date + Rose: Stir 1/2 tablespoon coconut oil or coconut butter into grains. Sprinkle a couple of Pear + Cardamom + Raisin: Stir 1 tablespoon almond. Up to6%cash back · Delicious Grain Bowl Combos Simple, savory breakfast bowl: Brown rice + poached egg + steamed greens + sesame seeds + soy sauce Sweet berry coconut bowl: Amaranth + Greek yogurt + blueberries + sunflower seeds and toasted, shredded coconut + honey Spicy salsa bowl: Quinoa + cooked black beans +. A no-cook trick has breakfast and lunch ready when you roll out of bed.

Combine 1 cup uncooked bulgur and 1½ cups 1% low-fat milk in a bowl. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Fluff grains; then top and toss with one of our two tasty combos, ready in a snap. There’s no excuse to skip breakfast or have a sad lunch.

This easy formula for grain bowls packs in fiber, protein, and flavor. And you get a full meal for less than 400 calories. Read on to get the basic formula plus ideas for building delicious homemade grain bowls. Tandoori Chicken and Cauliflower Rice Bowl. Curry, ginger and garlic are the aromatics in this quick and easy recipe.

Pantry Grain Bowl. This is the most versatile grain bowl recipe in this round-up because you’ve got the freedom to Goddess Brown Rice Bowl. Photo by Julia Gartland 1. CHOOSE YOUR GRAIN. Just use leftover grains/beans/legumes from last night’s dinner, or make a big batch on the weekend to feed off of all week long. Top the ALMOND JOY BOWL with warm almond milk and a little honey – delicious and energizing.

The next morning bowl is a Maple Pumpkin Pecan Morning Bowl, perfect for fall. Whole grains are topped with roasted pumpkin, cinnamon, flax. This Fruit and Grain Breakfast Bowl recipe is a healthy and hearty way to start your morning. Quinoa is topped with berries and figs with a dash of sea salt.

Fruit and Grain Breakfast Bowl Ingredients To make this morning grain bowl, you will need the following ingredients (see the recipe below for exact quantities. How to cook Copycat Panera Warm Grain Bowl – Baja Marinate chicken breasts in your favorite citrus/garlic marinade overnight. Bake chicken breasts for 20 minutes at 350 until cooked to 165 degrees. During last ten minutes of baking, microwave frozen.

18. Savory Breakfast Bowl: You can get the majority of the prep work for this recipe out of the way if you make a big batch of barley, broiled tomatoes and sautéed greens.You’ll be glad you did as you start off every day of the week with a nutrient-packed bowl of grains and veggies, topped with an egg and a dollop of creamy yogurt.

List of related literature:

The bowls are primarily nutrient-dense soups, a world away from the carbohydrate-packed sweet breakfast bowls.

“The Feed Zone Cookbook: Fast and Flavorful Food for Athletes” by Biju K. Thomas, Allen Lim, PhD
from The Feed Zone Cookbook: Fast and Flavorful Food for Athletes
by Biju K. Thomas, Allen Lim, PhD
VeloPress, 2011

Many kinds of hot cooked cereals can be found on menus in health care facilities.

“Foodservice Manual for Health Care Institutions” by Ruby Parker Puckett
from Foodservice Manual for Health Care Institutions
by Ruby Parker Puckett
Wiley, 2012

• A traditional breakfast includes hot cereal such as oatmeal, cornmeal, or rice and wheat cereal cooked with vanilla, cinnamon, sugar, salt, and milk.

“Handbook for Culturally Competent Care” by Larry D. Purnell, Eric A. Fenkl
from Handbook for Culturally Competent Care
by Larry D. Purnell, Eric A. Fenkl
Springer International Publishing, 2019

On the following pages are descriptions of and cooking instructions for a variety of hot whole-grain cereals: oatmeal, quinoa, brown rice, millet, amaranth, and buckwheat (no glutenous grains, such as wheat, rye, or barley, have been included).

“Straight Up Food: Delicious and Easy Plant-based Cooking without Salt, Oil or Sugar” by Cathy Fisher
from Straight Up Food: Delicious and Easy Plant-based Cooking without Salt, Oil or Sugar
by Cathy Fisher
Green Bite Publishing, 2016

Dry Cereals Carbohydrates are generally best to ingest when they’re fresh, cooked, warm, and somewhat moist.

“The Warrior Diet: Switch on Your Biological Powerhouse for High Energy, Explosive Strength, and a Leaner, Harder Body” by Ori Hofmekler
from The Warrior Diet: Switch on Your Biological Powerhouse for High Energy, Explosive Strength, and a Leaner, Harder Body
by Ori Hofmekler
North Atlantic Books, 2007

If you are like most Americans, you are used to a breakfast that is a high-carbohydrate meal including some sort of cereal (oatmeal, boxed cereal with milk, bagel, sweet roll, buttered toast, pancakes, waffles.), with coffee and fruit juice.

“The Paleo Diet Cookbook: More Than 150 Recipes for Paleo Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners, Snacks, and Beverages” by Nell Stephenson, Loren Cordain
from The Paleo Diet Cookbook: More Than 150 Recipes for Paleo Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners, Snacks, and Beverages
by Nell Stephenson, Loren Cordain
HMH Books, 2010

It is both convenient and logical to categorize breakfast cereals as (1) those products such as oatmeal, which are served hot and therefore are expected to be cooked before they are served, and (2) fully cooked ready-toeat cereals such as corn flakes which are rarely, if ever, heated before serving.

“Chemistry and Technology of Cereals as Food and Feed” by Samuel A. Matz
from Chemistry and Technology of Cereals as Food and Feed
by Samuel A. Matz
Springer US, 1991

breakfast cereal A food prepared from grains, WHEAT, CORN, RICE, and OATS that is served hot or cold at breakfast.

“The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health” by Robert A. Ronzio
from The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health
by Robert A. Ronzio
Facts On File, 2003

The instant hot cereals have undergone gelatinization prior to being dehydrated and packaged; hence, these need only to be rehydrated with boiling water before being served.

“Nutrition and Dietetics' 2007 Ed.2007 Edition” by Mcwilliams, Margaret
from Nutrition and Dietetics’ 2007 Ed.2007 Edition
by Mcwilliams, Margaret
Rex Bookstore, Inc.,

Wheat berries Unprocessed whole wheat kernels with a chewy texture; used for salads, pilafs, breakfast porridge, or baking.

“Good Housekeeping Step-by-step Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Recipes, 1,800 Photographs, 500 Techniques” by Susan Westmoreland
from Good Housekeeping Step-by-step Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Recipes, 1,800 Photographs, 500 Techniques
by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2008

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  • From what I can see to make a great quinoa bowl you just need to add some vegetable, a source of protein and a dressing or sauce:)

  • whenever I use tumeric everything turns annoyingly yellow, the cutting board, the knife, the fingers… any tricks to avoid? thanks!

  • I made this and it was gross. I’m a vegetarian, the tofu was bland and rubbery. The quinoa was completely tasteless and the only good think were the chickpeas and veggies.

  • I gave birth a month ago and have changed my diet to something healthier and your videos help so much! The dishes always come out so delicious I look forward to eating and feel so good and guilt free in the end thank you! ❤️

  • First of all, YAAAASSSSSS!

    Second of all, in the the cookbook, it says 2 tbsp of almond butter and two cups of water. Why change the recipe?

  • I really don’t want to come off as a know it all whatsoever. I actually just started learning about quinoa. I felt like you missed out on explaining a few things. You’re supoused to wash quinoa to get rid of the saponin it contains which is a toxic substance used to make soap. That’s why when you wash it, it makes bubbles. You need to wash until water comes out clear. A lot of commercialized quinoa that comes packaged will already be washed but you can never be too sure. It also has a bitter taste to it, that goes away when you wash it. Also you kept saying to add xyz to it to add protein. Quinoa is a substitute protein itself. For every 100g of quinoa you get 16+ of protein. So thats also good to know. Other than that great ideas for bowls.

  • Hi alyssa! Ive been eating quinoa but now,ill be enjoying eating this more cuz you gave me a brilliant idea…simply but irresistible recipe!
    Thank you! ����

  • These all look amazing. When I cook my quina though I always use some type of stock and I toss a bay leaf in there too �� a little extra but it gives it so much flavor.

  • Thank you so much for the great recipes! For the Mediterranean I think can be good some olives and feta cheeses. I don’t know what you think about some tats ili sause

  • Definitely nutritious, but I would be so bloated if I ate that! Fat with grains with beans with fruit? That’s a bloat bomb for me, but everyone’s digestion is different.

  • I LOVE your videos!! Could you do a pasta meal some time within these next 26 days?? I get sick of making the same red sauce or Alfredo pasta meal and I need some ideas.

  • Hey! Just an idea here, could you make a video about how to make smooth peanut butter? Maybe like different versions, and different nuts too?:3
    I would love that because we dont have that delicious smooth american peanut butter in Norway:(

  • omg i tried these recipes tonight and it was DELICIOUS! i will get pictures next time, We were so hungry we ate everything before we realized we needed to take the pics first….oops. It was very easy to make everything vegetarian. our favorite was the roasted vegetable bowl. Thank you for such amazing recipe ideas!

  • All the olive oil is killing me:P no hate X! Hopefully you can do a video sometimes on bowls without using oil? Get pure healthy bowls

  • I just made the bowl and wondered if it wouldn’t be too dry and flavourless without any dressing but it turned out so gooooooooood ��

  • I know im probably going to get heat for this, but Im like 95% vegan. I don’t buy meat, eggs, cows milk, traditional butter at the grocery store nor do I cook with them at home. I eat strictly plant based at home.
    However, im a foodie at heart and there are some things you just can’t recreate vegan. Also im in a ‘food desert’ where most of the restaurants are fast food and country spots ��. But I think making more plant based meals just in general, is a wonderful thing! If every person ate one more plant based meal a week, itd make such a difference! So I think people who are making the effort, even though they may not be absolutely 100% vegan all the time, are still helping the cause!

  • Vegan food with Ingredients such as garlic, onions, scallions, shallots, parsley & coriander, leeks……

    Cannot be called as “Buddha Bowls” please check “the forbidden pungent vegetables”

    Just sharing ��

  • I JUST MADE THIS and NO I am NOT vegan or vegetarian. First, let me start by saying that this was incredibly easy to make. For someone who isn’t a cook by any means, anyone on and level can make this. I love that it’s so simple. SIDE NOTE: This makes a LOT of food so be prepared for storing most of it unless you plan on making it for a group or party. There was so much left over, I used FOUR CONTAINERS (meal prep containers) and plan on eating the rest of this for lunch/dinner until it’s gone. The last thing I’ll say is this. For someone who’s never eaten tofu before, I’m officially hooked on it. It was so much better than I thought it would be. However, I didn’t use just any kind of hot sauce for the marinade. I used Cajun hot sauce by Zatarains. I was expecting to hate it or not eat it at all. I cannot express how pleasantly surprised I was when I ate it. I highly recommend it. Do not knock this till you try it.

  • Alrighty I cooked this and…
    865 calories (note that I didn’t track any of the oils or the marinade bc that’s always a bit inaccurate) composed of 47.5gr protein, 28.8gr fat and 93.9gr carbs. Definitely not for ppl on 1200 calorie diets.
    Took me almost an hr to make bc the sweet potato definitely wasn’t done in 25min

  • This is a great recipe for massive GAS! Please don’t combine foods like this or we’ll have more and more people LEAVING veganism…

  • Looks good. I have been looking for recipes with quinoa. I don’t care for it plan but have been adding it to homemade soup. Thanks for the interesting recipes and will be trying both of them.

  • I want a Jesus Bowl Next. Fish,Bread,Some VERGINE Olive Oil and Red WINE Vinaigrette topped with WHIPPED butter:-):-):-). This is why we cant have nice things lol.

  • Most people nowadays know what a Buddha bowl is, but for those of you that haven’t heard of it before, it’s a bowl of whatever you like! Well, let me break that down for you.

    Typically you start off with a grain, add some vegetables, some form of protein, and a dressing of your choice. I typically add some seeds, fermented or pickled vegetables, and some sprouts if I have them in the fridge.
    Essentially, it’s a colorful bowl of goodness using whatever you have in the kitchen. It’s a great way to use up produce and to have a healthy meal.

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  • I’m surprised people are angrier at the the name of the bowl and not the fact that they used “vegetable oil” as the first ingredient. Vegetable oil is terrible for your insides ����

  • Happy New Year Dzung! I am happily following along with all your healthy recipes!:) I was wondering if maybe you could add European measurements alongside American ones in your recipes? You don’t necessarily have to mention them in the video, but if at all possible, could you add them to the subscription box? I’ve been making so many of your recipes this past year, I just love them all! But I fear I’ll never actually know how much a cup is by heart, haha. No worries if you don’t want to do the conversion, just thought I’d ask. Thanks for all the hard work you put in!

  • Love it.. it’s so cheap, easy and natural.. My day doesn’t start until I spike my blood sugar and insulin through the roof and this recipe will certainly do the job.
    Smiley faces and ridiculous amounts of exclamation marks..

  • Chopping vegetables to be eaten at a later date lose their nutrition. All vegetable should be eaten right after cooking, or right after cutting, if eaten raw.

  • Thank you for the Buddha Bowl, can´t wait to try it tomorrow. The Fasting season has started:) and I have to cut out the oils too but it looks good:D

  • All their “healthy” recipes just seem like they tossed a bunch of random ingredients in together hoping it would taste nice. This combo doesn’t look appealing at all.

  • I do with with eggs over easy, 2 strips of bacon, roasted veggies, and jous on top, seasoned with chili peppers, salt and black pepper.

  • I love how you can make such an intricate and delicious looking bowl in your own home. I’m grateful for your channel because I would have never bought garbanzo beans or tofu (well not too often anyway). Especially working in speciality cafes I started getting introduced to cherry tomatoes and feta cheese. It’s crazy how new people and new places can broaden your horizons and tastebuds. Speaking of: I’m going to make a healthy soup tonight because you inspired me

  • I confused about cooking procedure of Quinoa I see a lot of vlog of this they said wash first before you cook it.why some other blog don’t wash they cook straight to cooking pot.as a watcher like the real truth.

  • Steel cut oats, chopped vegetables, couple mushrooms, Instant Pot, viola. Have a little fruit if you want or spices after cooking. You don’t need beans or nuts.

  • I thought you were promoting a vegan diet. Showing in YouTube with that many YouTubers that is “fine” to eat eggs implies so much pain and cruelty to animals. This is not a diet. This is about lifes that are taken away because of our taste buds. With love.

  • I’ve made 2of3 of these recipes…. I’m still looking for sumac. Pleeeeeaaase more videos like this. So delicious!!!! Thank you so much for your channel ������

  • Hi Just curious.. by chance, do you have a recipe for canned red salmon? I once made salmon loaf, my son & husband liked it, but I didn’t.. so I would like to try maybe another recipe for salmon loaf or perhaps make them into salmon patties.. open to whatever you come up with. Thank you!

  • The bowl with the roasted veggies and chicken was delicious! I didn’t get a picture though. I have made it a couple of times. The first time I was hesitant about the mint but I’m glad I added it. It gives the dish a little something extra but isn’t at all overpoweringly minty. I can’t wait to make the others.

  • Thanks Dr. Greger! I love your videos! I also just posted a video on how to make a great Vegan sandwich: https://youtu.be/edmP17kFQJw

  • thanks,
    I give you recipe for Tahini: add 2 tablespoon Tahini, one yogurt, one clove garlic, Juice of half a lemon, pinch of salt and mix it, then you can use it to many foods.

  • For how many people are these recipes? Just for one or for more? I don’t wanna follow the recipe and and up with 4 portions or something, so i thought i’d just ask ����

  • If you’re poor and low on time like me. My daily grain bowl: 1 1/2 cup oats, tbsp flax, 1 cup berries, add plant milk, nuts, raisins, dates and bananas to taste. Bring to work dry, add hot water and let sit for 5 min when ready to eat ����

  • I love all your videos, but especially this series!! Unfortunately i just got back to school, and since I’m on the meal plan now i can’t cook but once a week. I’m excited to try all of this though!

  • “Grain bowls” have come to be called “Buddha bowls” because they are a meal all in one bowl which is how the Buddha and monks ate and eat, not really because of the ingredients except that they’re fairly simple and healthy. Also, there are some Buddhist sects which are devout vegetarians. It’s probably also due to some recipes for this being grain-free, thus taking the word “grain” away. Now, anyone who is feeling offended for any reason can hopefully let go of it. The name might be ridiculous, but whoever started it, I’m sure, meant no offense.

  • Hi. What is the dimension of your marble slab? Is that the actual item you have on the link? I am trying this salad. Not only that it looks so good, It is indeed very healthy.

  • made with some tiny roast potatoes instead of quinoa (because we had them on hand ready to go). Was a big hit!!! Flavors are really good!

  • I might have missed it, but is there a reason you skewer the chicken before broiling? It makes a super cute presentation, but I don’t have skewers on hand so I’m curious. This looks so so yummy btw!

  • Looks awesome. I have to try them out. Can I point out tho…they are prawns not shrimp (shrimp are whale food tiny 2cm). The “shrimp” thing stuck from a tourism ad back in 1990 in Aust (thanks Paul Hogan). Yes they are in the same family tho but in Aust and UK you get funny looks asking for shrimp at a grocery store.

  • I love your videos!! This dish looks so easy to make. I have a lot of quinoa laying around and I didn’t know what to do with it but now I know what I’ll be making.

    P. S. I love all your cute, pastel colored cookware.

  • Don’t take your berries and nuts for granted, people! Some of us gotta stick to guavas and peanut butter or else all our money is gone. XD

  • You are always so sweet and this voice makes me so calm!!But I would like to comment on the tzatziki recipe,this is not actually the traditional one (I am Greek) but I am sure it’s still delicious!!Smouach

  • Adore your channel! I have been really into your Asian noodle bowls/curry recipes and am excited to incorporate them in healthy and plant-based ways like using Trader Joe’s pre-cut broccoli or cauliflower rice, zucchini noodles etc. Would love to see more recipes like that using Asian flavors!

  • Zung Love Love Your Recipes Your inspiring me to Eat Well this year Im A Big Fan Love your Channel Baby Erisy Is So Cute Shes Growing To fast!!!!!!!

  • OMG!! Thak you sooooo much! <3:) I love quinoa and i was searching for variety!!! I'm definitly going to make it!! Looks delicious and so easy to make!!! <3

  • DAY 4! Have you been keeping up? Have you been on track with your goals? Thumbs up for grain bowls! ���� Catch all the recipes here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL81ef2gEnaNPbHikFkqL8wlNiAuP8r-1N

  • Thanks for sharing. All interesting. Anyway as i am not English native speaker, without subtitle, it’s really hard for me to understand some of what you’re talking in this clip. ��

  • Jesus, i gotta buy all those ingredients and a vitamix? Dang, imma just eat some regular oatmeal and throw in some raisins. Ain’t nobody got time for all that work

  • Does anyone ever wish they liked something, like for example I reeeeeeaaaaaaaallllllllllllllyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy strongly hate avacoda, but I wish I liked it.����

  • I started a healthy kick too! I’m trying out clean eating/ meal prepping along with going to the gym. Hopefully I’ll start feeling better about myself

  • Hi, Dzung! I have a of millet sitting in my pantry but not too sure what to make with it. Do you think you could make a recipe using millet?:) thank you! PS love your top!

  • All in one place;

    1 cup of pitted Dates, 1 cup of boiling water, let sit for an hour, then add 1 tsp lemon juice, blend.
    In another container To make Almond Milk, 1 tsp almond butter, 2 cups of water, mix.
    Take 1 inch grated tumeric and likewise ginger, one sliced banana, 3/4 cup of cannellini beans, 3 cups of cooked whole grains, 2 cups of almond milk, 3 tsp of ground flax seeds. Add the ginger and Tumeric from earlier and microwave for 2 minutes to make 4 bowls. Then add 1/4 cup of berries, sliced banana from earlier and a tsp of date syrup.

    🙂 Enjoy.

  • you make me want to eat healthier…..if only I had the time! these look awesome! I’ve never had quinoa before lol. I want to try it!

  • Why not use the Metric System? Or at least add gram so I don’t have to figure out how much to use. There is more to the world than just the US and we more often than not don’t have these “cups”. Because why would we, a standard scale workes just fine.

  • I cooked this last night….. excellent! We didn’t care for the sauce but thats just personal preference! Great recipe!!!!! Will def fix again!!!! Staple meal now for us. ��

  • tahini really doesn’t need anything but salt&pepper, lemon juice, garlic/garlic powder and water. it’s basically oil, why add more oil?

  • Microwave?   No thanks!   I got rid of ours 4 years ago.  Nothing healthy about microwaved food.   I conducted the plant test using boiled microwaved water and it killed the plant.  Microwaves heat the water in the food.  If boiled microwaved water (obviously let it cool to room temperature before conducting the test) kills plant life, just wonder what it is doing to humans?   Rj Beyond Harvest Veganistas

  • Finally tried this. I mixed cinnamon with the beans, and used some accidentally overcooked brown rice. Turned out super delicious, I would have never thought of this seemingly odd combination

  • the last bowl was my fav! I going o try it! thx for showing how to make quinoa. I always jack it up lol. I’m to try to make it your way. ✌��

  • I have been eating quinoa, but have not made any bowls. Now that my garden is coming in, this has been a great inspiration. Thank you.

  • Is there going to be a “Best grain video” someday.  Brown rice beats White rice.  Black rice beats Brown rice.  Barley beats brown rice.  Barley and Brown Rice together beats either alone is where I am up to from the videos, but I don’t know grains very well.

  • Patiently waiting for every upload! Hope you make some healthy snacks like bars or bliss balls sometime during the series. Great video as always!

  • I’m a vegan; It’s so exciting that finally “Tasty” has its own playlist of vegan food.
    Anyways, thanks “Tasty” for bringing this playlist alive:)

  • Don’t use microwave if you don’t want to! If that’s what you got from this video, maybe you should use a microwave if you miss it that much ������‍♀️

  • when i make my own soymilk, i don’t filter it, i leave the pulp in, and use that in my oatmeal, so i’m basically getting my serving of beans that way.

  • please before you cook the quinoa wash it very well… in order to take out the saponin inside that makes it bitter and its toxicity it is good to keep away the insects but it can make you feel bad if you have certain sensitivity, if you think it is ok because in the package says pre washed I still recommend you to wash it because even on the best brands I find this soapy water. Please don’t get it wrong I am Peruvian and we use quinoa for many many generations and we want you to have the best experience and not to come back saying that it was bad for your stomach, I just want to help. My best of the wishes for your channel ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  • Definitely Tasty, will try it
    We have tried burrito bowl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74vGnatmRK4, please do let us know your feedbacks!

  • Honeysuckle
    Your recipient are amazing but with food allergies with black beans feta. Etc. what find of feta like cheese could be used.

  • The end result looks a bit floaty… but If nothing else the idea for the date syrup is a good trick. Would love to see more of these!

  • SMH at the people in these comments who seem to think a microwave oven will make their oatmeal radioactive, or make their cauliflower glow in the dark, or give them cooties. It can’t and won’t do any of those things. All a microwave oven does is make water molecules vibrate, which causes friction, which produces heat. Seriously, folks: take a basic science class or read an introductory physics book.

  • The microwave part surprised me. Isn’t microwave destructive for some nutrients? It would be interesting to look at some research on the subject.

  • what’s that saying about too many cooks…? these three women drove me crazy, each trying to outdo one another and talking over one another. thumbs down on this one.

  • So I just came across this video and made this for my family for the first time ever and everything was so delicious!! Thank you so much for this!! ☺️

  • My volume is off because baby is asleep so I’m reading the subtitles & she’s talking about pizza & other things completely different to what she is actually making �� not at all talking about any of the recipes!

  • I always thought my date syrup turned out wrong. I’m glad the consitency and colour in the video is the exact same as mine. Feels good:)