Cool Kids Blueberry Chips

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Do you often find yourself walking through the grocery store looking for healthy snacks for your child? Yes, cheese strings and a granola bar are easy and convenient, but do they really provide your child with the right kinds of nutrients?

This is a loaded question, but lets simplify it Power of Food style.

1. Did you make it yourself? If not, where’s the LOVE. The more you get into your kitchen and prepare food for you and your family, you are infusing that food not only with powerful nutrients (if using plant based foods), but also YOUR LOVE. That goes a looooong way on a cellular level (if you believe me).

But Adam, where’s the scientific proof that what you just said is true? If you are asking for the proof, you are spending your precious energy on the wrong team. Instead, if it makes sense, just trust, allow and believe. The universe will do the rest.

2. Share the LOVE with your family. Get your children into the kitchen and start creating. Have you ever asked your child where their food comes from? Give it a try. I bet many of them will say ‘from the grocery store’. If you want your children to eat healthier, guess what, you need to eat healthier! This means learning a few fun, easy, tasty recipes you and your children can enjoy making together.

3. Get Started! If it is not easy, why do it? Everything I do through Power of Food is to help make it easy to FEEL the love when it comes to food and then share it with your loved ones. Here is a recipe for my Blueberry Chips. It is a great first recipe to get you started on the next level of loving your food, which automatically means more love for yourself and those around you. Now that’s putting your energy on the winning team.

Get started today. Go out and pick up all the ingredients and make this recipe in the next 48 hours. Then share a picture with me on my Facebook Fanpage or through Twitter. I’ll personally respond to each picture posted. OH YEAH!


Cool Kids Blueberry Chips
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Serves: 30 chips
 
Ingredients
  • 6 cups blueberries
  • 2 cups hemp seeds
  • 1 cup chia seeds
  • 1 banana
  • ¼ cup coconut sugar
  • ½ cup coconut flour
Instructions
  1. Blend all your ingredients together in a food processor for 3 minutes.
  2. Once blended until very smooth, evenly spread your mixture thinly over 2 dehydrator trays and dehydrate for 8 hours. Flip your tray over and dehydrate for an additional 8 hours.
  3. Once done, cut or break into chip size pieces.
  4. If baking, bake in your oven at the lowest temperature for 2 hours on each side. Bake longer if you desire a crunchier chip.
  5. Any chips not sent with your little ones to school can be stored in your freezer to be enjoyed for a quick on the go snack anytime.
  6. These chips will keep for 14 days on your countertop and 4 months in the freezer.

Want a few more Back to School recipe ideas? Check out my latest blog Super Charge Your Kids for 4 more scrumptious goodies your children will love. 

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About Adam Hart

Adam Hart is the bestselling author of The Power of Food. When not on stage speaking, Adam can be found helping one of his many corporate clients in awakening an abundance of energy through his highly engaging stress management solutions.Contact Adam to book a demo for an enhanced corporate wellness experience.

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