Happy Hump Day! I hope everyone is doing well. I hope everyone’s friends and families are safe and well in this time. I also hope that many of you will join us on “The Journey” starting this weekend! If you have never done it, you’ve likely seen us post about the Whole Life Challenge. We’ve been running the 6 and 8 week cycles for a few years and it brings something new to light for me every time. I won’t spend a ton of time telling you about it here because I’ve already done a video and a blog post ((CHECK THIS OUT)) but I’m really excited about the next cycle. It’s going to be different in a lot of ways that I think all of us could really use right now.
In honor of the upcoming challenge, I’ve actually chosen to share a recipe I’ve already posted before. I’ve been writing this blog weekly for about 2 years now (WOW) and this is the first time I’ve ever repeated! This is not only compliant for the nutrition portion of Whole Life, but it’s just so dang easy and delicious.
One last note on “The Journey” Whole Life Challenge – this is a tough time for a lot of people and there is SO MUCH GOOD that comes from this challenge. If you’re interested, but concerned about paying the registration fee, please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
The CEOs of WLC have opened a registration option to make this more accessible to people in this time.
Easy Breakfast Hash:
2 TBSP Coconut oil (add as needed when adding kale)
1 large butternut squash – peeled and cubed (you can also buy pre-cut at HEB to keep it easy)
1 large bunch of kale or appx: 3/4 of a 4 oz. bag chopped with thick stems removed
1/2 medium sized red onion
1/4 cup pine nuts
1/2 tsp smoked paprika
Salt & Pepper to taste
*Optional – red chili flakes
Heat 2 TBSP oil in a large skillet (the bigger the better for when you’re adding the kale). Saute’ the onion and butternut squash until the onions begin to turn translucent and the squash begins to soften. It will turn a bright, beautiful orange!
Add the paprika (more if you like) & pine nuts and stir for about a minute (also add red chili flakes if using)
Begin folding in your kale. You may have to do it in chunks. It will shrink as it cooks. Don’t let the kale get too dry. This is where you’ll start adding in a little more coconut oil as needed. Don’t go crazy though, it shouldn’t be “wet.”
Cook until kale is a rich green color and has softened some.
Serve with your choice of sausage, bacon, hard boiled or fried eggs and some fresh avocado! This week I packed the meals with 2 hard boiled eggs along with both bacon & sausage. This meal keeps well and reheats well for a filling breakfast. Enjoy!