Header_shadow
Try It Free For 30 Days

Quinoa, Sweet Potato Kale Cakes

Source: www.yumuniverse.com

Serves

Ingredients

  • 2 cups organic black quinoa soaked for at least 4 hours
  • 1 12 cups pure water
  • 2 cups organic sweet potato
  • 7 large organic kale leaves de-stemmed
  • 2 tbsp fresh organic lemon juice
  • 1 12 tsp pink Himalayan or Celtic sea salt
  • 1 tsp ground cumin
  • 1 tsp ground coriander
  • 2 cloves organic garlic minced
  • 14 tsp ground cinnamon
  • Piece of kombu (optional: great for quality salt trace minerals, electrolytes, etc.)
  • 1 cup garbanzo flour (garbanzo/fava bean flour works well too)
  • Cold-pressed virgin coconut oil for skillet/pan

Directions

Visit yumuniverse.com for directions.

Course: Main Course

 

Try it free for 4 months

You are invited to a free, 30 day, full-service, no strings attached trial.

No payment information is required and your feedback is welcome.

At the end of the trial you can subscribe for $4.95/month or $39/year.

Try it Free For 30 Days

Gift Subscriptions

Eat healthier food. Save time & Money. Know what‘s for dinner.

Wow, that sounds like a great gift!

This is my favorite thing these days! Great for busy families that "don't have time to cook" and the best part is it makes the shopping list for you! A year subscription paid for itself in the first week when it kept us from eating out for a night. What a great idea.

Rhonda Facebook

38 of 180

I am SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO excited to use the meal planner/shopping list. If I had only known about Plan to Eat sooner.....

Amanda Facebook

39 of 180

Love it, so far!!!! Thank you so much for making it so easy to input and plan meals. This is what I have been looking for.

Marty Plan to Eat Support Website

40 of 180

I LOVE IT!!! I have been searching for this for years! I tried "shop n cook" an application for Mac several years ago and it was so disappointing. I knew it could be done but I couldn't find it. Now I am so so so happy. Seriously it's like a Christmas present. The only thing that could make it better is to somehow integrate a price book into it. Thank you!!

Jen Plan to Eat Support Website

41 of 180

I've tried it all - pre-planned meal plans that others e-mail me the recipes for and the shopping list. These are great, but I don't always love all of the recipes and sometimes they just don't fit into my preferences (or my family's). I love to peruse online recipes along with the many recipe books and magazines. But, it just always seemed so much work to compile them and figure out what I needed on my grocery list - let alone having all kinds of books/mags lying around for one week's meals. Plan to Eat answers all of my dilemmas - it keeps track of my recipes, it lets me import them from websites with VERY minimal proofreading or changing. It lets me drag, drop, tag, click, print, filter...well, it lets me do everything I've ever dreamed of!

syellico Plan to Eat Support Website

42 of 180

Plan to Eat is brought to you by... US!

Click Here for an Introduction

Staff-dinner