THESE COCONUT BACON BITS WILL BLOW YOUR MIND
DOES YOUR POTATO SALAD NEED AN UPGRADE? Make that summer favorite POP with Tracy’s #Plantastic version of Rainbow Potato Salad with Crunchy Coconut Bacon Bits on #LunchBreakLIVE! Join Tracy Childs of Tracy’s REAL Foods in the kitchen for this #LIVE demo of her yummy healthy & filling salad to help you beat the heat during these hot summer days! Check her Blog for those all-important low-fat mayo & coco bacon recipes from today’s show.
COCONUT BACON BITS QUEEN AND MASTERMIND IN THE KITCHEN
Tracy is a Certified Nutritional Consultant and holds a Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from eCornell. Tracy has taught nutrition and cooking for over a decade as a Food for Life Instructor, certified with the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine. She is the founder and director of Veg-Appeal a San Diego company that offers educational cooking classes, corporate wellness, individual cooking lessons, store tours, and/or personal health coaching. Tracy is also the Founder and Director of PlantDiego, a local nonprofit organization inspired by the movie “PlantPure Nation” to help educate and support people in living a healthy, whole-food, plant-based lifestyle.
Tracy contributed over 100 recipes for a newly published book — Handbook to Higher Health Consciousness. Just recently she delved into the vegan food business creating a line of whole food plant-based snacks and treats with Tracy’s REAL-ly Good vegan snacks and treats.
Having been a guest chef many times on #LunchBreakLIVE, Tracy is full of nutritional information and knows how to cook up healthy meals that don’t lack in taste. One of my favorite episodes with Tracy was when she made a kale salad and spring rolls. So delicious! You can watch that episode HERE.
If you want to try this recipe at home or other great recipes by Tracy, please visit Tracy’s blog HERE.
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