This favorite comfort food in its traditional form is hard on our health. If you are trying to heal or simply want to support your body to be as healthy as possible in the future, try this version, which is fat-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free. It’s creamy and comforting without the drawbacks of regular mac and cheese.
Potatoes provide glucose that fuels every cell and organ in the body, including the brain. Enjoying your potatoes in a recipe that is radical fat-free, such as this Mac and Cheese recipe, gives you the best opportunity to receive the powerful healing properties of the potato.
This recipe comes from Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes, the companion book to Medical Medium Brain Saver. These two essential books about our most complex organ—the brain—dive deep into why people all over the world are suffering with mental health and brain-related symptoms and conditions. Brain Saver unveils the why behind more than 100 brain- and nervous system–related symptoms, diseases, and disorders; Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes reveals the truth about how to heal in even more detail (including cleanses, recipes, supplement protocols, and so much more).
Stovetop Mac & Cheese
Add 3 inches of water to a medium pot, insert a steaming basket, add the diced potatoes and carrots, and cover. Steam for 10 to 15 minutes until tender. Remove the potatoes and carrots from the heat and place in a blender along with the onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, oregano, turmeric, lemon juice, and Healing Broth or water. Blend until smooth and set aside.
While the vegetables are steaming, cook the pasta according to package instructions. Drain and place back in the pot.
Pour the sauce onto the pasta and stir until evenly coated. Cook on low heat until warmed through if needed. Serve immediately, garnished with the chopped parsley and red pepper flakes (if using).
When you’re choosing between Healing Broth and water for the ingredients, keep in mind that the broth will produce a richer flavor. Store-bought vegetable stock isn’t called for because it’s very difficult to find a variety that’s free of oil, salt, natural flavors, and/or other additives.
Look for pasta that is grain-free such as cassava, pea, lentil, or chickpea pasta. Alternatively, a gluten-free pasta that is made with grains such as millet, quinoa, or brown rice is also an option. Be sure to check that your pasta does not contain corn or egg.
Categories: Fat Free, Nut and Seed Free, Lunch, Dinner, Bowls, Casserole, Pasta, Main Dishes, International, American, Holiday, Thanksgiving, Potluck, Fourth of July, Kid Friendly
This item posted: 08-Sep-2023
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