Looking for an easy way to get some liver down the hatch? This metabolism boosting salted caramel is easy to make, tastes great and is loaded with Vitamin A!
This recipe was an accident.
For about a year now I’ve had so many things I can’t eat while breastfeeding that I stopped making salad dressing. I can’t do tomatoes, dairy, nuts, peas, coconut, mustard, garlic, eggs, vinegar. Seriously.
But I LOVE salad. And I was not about to eat plain lettuce. So I would just put some olive oil, honey and salt on my salad and call it good.
After a while I decided to experiment a bit and added desiccated liver (this is the brand I use). Who knew I’d actually love the taste?! And it’s so healthy for a slow oxidizer like me with high tissue calcium levels. I need all the Vitamin A I can get.
I’m not one to mix up a bottle of dressing. I always just add the ingredients directly to my lettuce and mix it all together. But one day I tried mixing up the dressing first to see if it was easier.
Not what I expected.
Imagine my surprise when instead of a dressing I ended up with a thick, gooey salted caramel! And my kids gathered around like baby birds begging for bites.
That is how my nutrient dense salted caramel came about.
It tastes great, is easy to make and my kids love it. Want to know something else? It’s great for boosting your metabolism too!
The perfect combination.
If I am low on energy or haven’t gotten enough sleep this is the perfect pick-me-up. A little salt, a little sugar, a little fat and some vitamins.
My girls and I all have slow metabolisms and are in need of some serious rest and recovery. So this salted caramel makes a great snack for all of us.
A toddler favorite.
In fact, my toddler eats half of the lettuce and cucumbers out of my salad just because of this dressing. She’ll suck it off and then eat the vegetables. It’s that good!
You can eat the salted caramel with a spoon. I like to dip banana in it. Then you even get some starch with your sugar, salt and fat. It’s the perfect combination for a metabolic boost. Any fruit you like will work.
A long road to recovery.
My journey with healing my metabolism has been a long one. You can read about what happened to me in 2013 and all of the things I learned in the process.
One thing that was pivotal for healing was The Nourished Metabolism by Elizabeth Walling of The Nourished Life. I have recommended this book to more people than any other book or real food resource.
I’ve probably read it five or six times myself. And I learn something new every time. I’m so glad I have a hard copy now! It’s a great reference.
Elizabeth is running a sale on The Nourished Metabolism now until June 30, 2016. You can get 20% off using the coupon code SUMMER20.
I’d snatch a copy before the sale is over! I think just about everyone could benefit from Elizabeth’s advice. Especially all of my sleep-deprived mama friends. Even children and teens these days that are over scheduled, over stressed and under nourished need some help with their metabolism (have you checked your child’s body temperature lately? You might be surprised how low it is…it’s supposed to be 98.6!).
Whip up a batch of salted caramel (with liver!). Grab a spoon, your favorite fruit or even a homemade graham cracker for dipping. Then dive into The Nourished Metabolism. Trust me, you won’t be able to put it down. I read it almost cover-to-cover the first time through.
Have you assessed your metabolism lately? What are you doing to keep it running at full speed?
Try some salted caramel and all of Elizabeth’s tips in The Nourished Metabolism. You’ll be amazed at how great you feel.
This post is linked to Allergy Free Thursdays.
Metabolism Boosting Salted Caramel (With A Secret Ingredient!)
A simple gooey caramel that will boost your metabolism and your nutrients with liver!
- 3/4 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
- 2 Tbsp. honey
- 1/8 tsp. unrefined sea salt (adjust to taste)
- 1 capsule Perfect Supplements desiccated liver
- Combine all of the ingredients in a small bowl. Stir until well mixed. The mixture will thicken in about a minute.
- Eat with a spoon, with fruit for dipping or with graham crackers.
- This can be used as a salad dressing if you increase the oil to make it thinner.
- You can add one capsule of Organic India moringa to the mixture when using it as a salad dressing for extra nutrients.
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