Hummus Potato Mash
It's that time of year again...
Thanksgiving is right around the corner which means indulgences for many of you. We emotionally eat around holidays (did you know holidays are often the most stressful time for people and majority of people admit to emotionally eating around holidays?) and let's not forget we eat to celebrate. Besides practicing mindful eating this Thanksgiving, try tweaking a couple of your classic recipes, and better yet bring over this recipe to your hosts. It will be a good conversation piece!
In hopes that you make more mindful choices while preparing this years Thanksgiving dinner, I have put together this delicious side 'Hummus Potato Mash' that you can make instead of those traditional mashed potatoes that are loaded with conventional butter, table salt and milk. Instead these are loaded with healthy fats, fiber and protein to help with the blood sugar spike your original mashed potato recipe treats you with. Your digestion and your hormones will also thank you!
The health benefits of ghee
So what is ghee anyway? Ghee is used often in Ayurveda cuisine and is known for it's creamy buttery texture and nutty flavour. Ghee is a great substitute for processed conventional butter which can lead to weight gain, high cholesterol and inflammation. Some of the benefits of ghee is that it's:
Happy eating and preparing!
Stephanie Morrison is a certified holistic nutritionist, registered yoga and meditation instructor with a passion for guiding others along their healing path. She uses a combination food, supplementation, homeopathics and lifestyle recommendations to create balance in the body and address the root cause of her clients health symptoms. She works in private clinic setting specializing in hormonal, digestive and emotional health.