It is such an honour to guest blog on KTFA. April’s recipes, but also (and perhaps moreover) her outlook on and attitude about nutrition have been some of the main catalysts that have helped my husband and I change the way we eat and gradually move towards a whole food, plant-based diet. Thank you April for all the time you spend on this and for always being so supportive, kind and helpful!
I’m always looking for ways to reinvent my juicing pulp since I have so much in my freezer. I usually make raw burgers by mixing sunflower seeds and a few other things together, then dehydrating them. I’ll post that recipe soon but until then you’ve got to try this!
This turned out great! When you use leftover pulp containing beets it comes out a beautiful red velvet color! You can’t even tell there are veggies in this, everyone will be fooled AND you won’t waste your pulp!! Sorry about the bad pics but you know the story!
My kids often refuse to eat leftovers so I have to get crafty. Heck, sometimes I’m not even thrilled about eating leftovers. I’ve developed a knack for turning leftovers into lasagna using a few base ingredients. I always see great responses when I post the pics on my Facebook page so I figured it’s time to write a post about it!
This post may seem complicated because I listed off all the options but it’s really easy! Just use up whatever leftovers you have, add some sauce and veggies and WALAH!!!!
I’ve made this a few times and the kids always love it. There are so many different variations of this dish so get creative! You can make this with or without the spinach and tomato addition. A few people said they used the leftovers as dip! I used it (in my next post) for Leftovers Lasagna! Enjoy!