Healthy Recipe Inspo - August 6, 2019

Exercise is an important part of feeling good in your body, but it’s not the only way to get there. What you eat has a major impact on your health and energy levels. I’m kind of a boring eater (I basically make myself eggs & spinach & avocado, acai bowls or Daily Harvest for every meal), so I like to scour the internet each week to find healthy recipe inspo for you. Make sure to follow @inspiralized, @whole30recipes, @downshiftology, @thewoodenskillet, and @40apron for more healthy recipe inspo.

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👋🏻It's @grassfedsalsa, back to share another "I-can't-believe-I-can-eat-this" recipe. Bang Bang Shrimp Tacos! These are my favorite kind of recipes to share, since indulgent, copycat recipes are what helped me through my first Whole30. While my Whole30 and AIP resets now include a bit more "basic" foods (#momlife), recipes like these truly helped me stick to the #Whole30 by having something on my weekly menu that I could get excited about. I feel so blessed to be able to create these now 5.5 years later in my journey. Here we go! Bang Bang Shrimp Tacos. Check out my blog post (link in profile) for #AIP modifications! For the Shrimp • 1 pound shrimp, peeled and deveined • 1 egg • 1/3 cup coconut flour • 1/4 cup arrowroot powder • 1/2 teaspoon salt • 3 Tbsp coconut oil • sliced green onions, optional For the Bang Bang Sauce • 1/3 cup Whole30 compliant mayonnaise • 2 tsp Whole30 compliant hot sauce • 2 Tbsp Whole30 ketchup • 1 Tbsp coconut aminos • 1 tsp garlic powder • ¼ tsp sea salt Taco Shells • Butter lettuce leaves Instructions 1. Break egg into a bowl and whisk until scrambled. Set to the side. 2. Stir together coconut flour, arrowroot powder, and salt in a large bowl. 3. One at a time, coat shrimp in the egg then dredge in flour mixture. Place on a baking sheet. 4. Over medium heat, melt coconut oil in a large skillet. Cook shrimp in a single layer, adding more oil as needed. You’ll likely need to cook the shrimp in batches depending on the size of your skillet. 5. Let the bottom of the shrimp brown before you flip (about 2-3 minutes) and cook through on the other side. Once fully cooked and crispy, remove the shrimp from the skillet and onto a towel or paper towel to absorb excess oil. 6. Whisk together the ingredients for the sauce in a large bowl. Add cooked shrimp to the sauce and toss. Garnish with green onions. 7. Place shrimp into lettuce leaf, add desired toppings, wrap, and enjoy. Follow me over @grassfedsalsa for more real food recipes and wellness tips! Clickable link in bio!

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