Oh my heavens I am in LOVE with these Vegan Sloppy Joe's. They are my new favorite go to. They are unbelievably tasty. In fact, I made them and traditional sloppy joes for the meat eaters in my family, and my husband preferred the Vegan variety. What I love is that they are NOT made with those processed fake meat alternatives....which I do not believe are healthy. No, these are a perfect Builder food.
I eat them with my Almond Flour Crackers instead of bread or a bun and of course, pair the combo with Eliminators for Functional Balance.
Best yet? They contain NO ingredients in which you would need to worry about consistent refrigeration, so they make a perfect take to work lunch!
I absolutely love these simple and crunchy crackers. They are grain free a great Builder Function, and easy to make. They go great with anything typical for crackers. My favorites...sunbutter, or hummus, and lately....I use them to scoop my Vegan Sloppy Joes rather than using a bun or gluten free bread.
Keep this recipe around...it's a great replacement for typical Congestor foods!
1 mango, skinned and diced
1 nectarine or peach, diced
1 banana, sliced
1 spear of pineapple, diced
2 Tbsp oj concentrate, or 1/4 c squeeze of fresh orange
2 Tbsp chia seeds
2 mint leaves, fresh from the garden and chopped
Add all fruits and stir until the OJ has been well combined.
Add chia seeds and mint leaves.
Makes approx 4 servings.
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