One of my favorite brunch items is bagel and lox - or something similar, but as long as it involves salmon, cream cheese and onion, I'm in! I wanted to do a dinner take on that by using the Everything Bagel Seasoning I have in my pantry so I came up with a "deconstructed bagel and lox" salad. At first I thought I would make croutons out of a bagel I but ended up finding these super tiny potatoes and thought they seemed like a more nutritious, filling substitute instead. This was a refreshing, healthy, fun take on bagel and lox and I recommend thinking outside the box when you are cooking. More than likely, you can take something that might not be viewed as the most healthy meal and convert it into something that is more nutritious (or just enjoy it as it is in moderation). Living a healthy, balanced life means thinking outside the box, trying something new, still enjoying your favorites and making modifications when necessary.
Total Time: 40 minutes
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I am a food loving, activity seeking health coach who resides in Franklin, TN with my husband and two sweet dogs (Lola & Penny).
I believe everyone should eat balanced and not cut food groups if you don't medically need to. All foods can fit in a healthy diet. Unfortunately, I have to avoid gluten and also limit myself with dairy, so my goal is to provide healthy, gluten-free/dairy-free recipes so EVERYONE can enjoy all foods, even if you do have to cut out certain food groups. My recipes are encouraged for everyone to eat, not just for those with sensitivities/allergies! Most of my recipes can be easily converted by using real dairy and whole-wheat in place of my allergy-free substitutes.
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