|Authored By: Ellen Sue Spicer of Hands on Nutrition|
|A great way to boost your protein intake.|
|Diet Types: Dairy Free, Vegetarian, Vegan|
|Cooking Time: Under 15 minutes|
|Place all ingredients in the blender and whirl until smooth. Refrigerate one hour. Serve as is or with a topping of Granola. Variation: Add a ripe banana or other fruit. Yield: About 2 cups.
Note: The amount of dry ingredients may vary slightly because of the different consistencies of different brands of silken tofu and the amount of maple syrup you use. Silken tofu has a smoother, less beany taste than regular tofu. It works well in desserts, smoothies and other recipes calling for a sweeter taste. Look for it on shelves as well as in the refrigerated section, since there is one brand (Mori-Nu) that need not be refrigerated until after it is opened.
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|Grouper and New Potatoes with Dill Sauce|
|Serve with steamed broccoli and a tomato-sweet onion salad.|