Month: August 2016


6SHARESShareTweetSubscribe The next time you rush out the door in the morning without something to eat, consider this: Skipping breakfast can set you up for over eating later in the day. A healthy a.m. meal, on the other hand, can give you energy, satisfy your appetite, and set the stage for smart decisions all day long. You want to aim for a breakfast that combines good carbs and fiber with some protein, Here’s a look at some of Betty’s  favorite breakfast foods, along with expert tips for making them even healthier. 1. Oatmeal You may have noticed a heart-shaped seal...

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BETTY COOK BOOK: How To Prepare Delicious Yam Pancake

8SHARESShareTweetSubscribe There are so many delicacies we can get from yam, one of them is Yam Pancake! Follow the procedures so as to make a perfect cooking. Recipes for Yam Pancake: -Yam.                 (dry old yam preferable) -Raw Egg.         (wask) -Carrot.              (you can add vegetables) -Fresh Pepper. (slice) -Onion.              (slice very big) -Canned Fish -Salt -Cubes -Vegetable oil Preparation: Add 3 cups of water to blend your full yam after slicing it very tiny,then pour it...

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4SHARESShareTweetSubscribe Due to popular demand by my fans to guide them in cooking, Betty Food Blog is happy to announce to his fans a new tool that will guide them in cooking. Not only that, we will be giving out new recipes that you will enjoy! Remember that cooking is creativity, so make proper use of this tool to give your family that special delicacy! Some of the foods may be known to you but we are giving you new methods to prepare them. So what do you have to do? Always visit Betty Food Blog, when you log...

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13SHARESShareTweetSubscribe GARLIC       You don’t need to go overboard, but adding garlic to your foods not only adds another layer of deliciousness, it also boosts your milk supply. Garlic has been used by nursing mothers for centuries to help boost their milk. A modern bonus for moms who don’t like garlic: garlic pills are commercially available and are said to have no aftertaste.        CARROT Get your Bugs Bunny on, mama! Carrots are full of beta-carotene, which just happens to be in extra demand when you’re lactating. Carrots are a healthy source of carbohydrates and...

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7SHARESShareTweetSubscribe   Water Leaf Water leaf, botanically known as talinum triangulare is an herbaceous annual and perennial plant with light green edible leaves. It is mostly found in West Africa and western North America. Water leaf is scientifically classified as weed, it is extremely abundant in rainy season, easily propagated by cuttings and by seeds; it is quick growing and has a short life cycle making it a highly perishable vegetable. Water leaves are used in the preparation of slimy soups and stews to complement most times, a starch main dish. The leaves are also eaten raw in salads...

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