Pumpkin Power Bowl

About a year ago I was having stomach pains and constant bloating, especially right after breakfast. I had already cut out gluten and dairy and at that time and thought I was eating very healthy. I decided I needed to dig deeper. I came across a food sensitivity test from KBMO Diagnostics. After performing the test, I found out that I had a very strong inflammation response to eggs (what an "aha" moment that was). I was constantly eating eggs thinking that I was doing good by my body. Therefore, it is so important to eat what is specifically right for you. One person's food could be another person's poison. 

Shortly after eliminating them from my diet I began to feel better. My digestion was back on track and I had more energy. Finding out what food caused inflammation in my body was a pivotal point in healing my body. I became certified to perform this test for my clients because I knew it would help heal them too.

Since I couldn't eat eggs anymore I started to play around with tons of recipes and foods to figure out what would fuel me in the morning. This breakfast took about 5 attempts to get the consistency right but I think you will love it.  This recipe is grain-free, gluten free, and dairy dree yet full of flavor.  It also provides anti-oxidants, fiber, and nutrients to keep me full for hours and consistent energy throughout the day.

 

Pumpkin Power Bowl 

 

Ingredients:

8 oz. boxed pumpkin puree
1 scoop marine collagen
1 tbsp. tahini
1 tbsp. coconut butter or oil
1 tbsp. water
1 tsp honey
¼ tsp vanilla
¼ tsp pumpkin pie spice

Topping options:

Walnuts
Blueberries
Shredded coconut
Raisins
Chia seeds
Sunflower seeds

Instructions:

1. Heat all the ingredients (minus toppings) over medium heat until melted.

2. Place in a glass bowl and let sit in fridge for an hour or over night.

3. Add toppings of choice.

Enjoy!

Xo Jaclyn Renee

** A core principle of the Jaclyn Renee Wellness program is to choose organic whenever possible. This includes all fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy, flours, nuts, and even spices. Reducing your exposure to pesticides and chemicals is a major part in healing your body and preventing disease.