Sweet Mango and Lime Corn Salsa


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From my last post, it sounds like I’m not the only one who collects cookbooks as sport enjoys Cook Books

 One Section of my Cook Book Shelf
Shelf holding various cookbooks

so I’m glad you enjoyed the Cook Book Reviews

The Eat-Clean Diet Recharged and Eat Clean Cookbooks
Living in the Raw Desserts Cookbook
Raw for Dessert Cookbook
High Protein Almond Butter Balls in package
Package of Chunks of EnergyChunks of Energy bites dumped out onto plate


Today I snacked on some Sweet Mango & Lime Corn Salsa


Sweet Mango & Lime Corn Salsa

1/3 c fresh diced mango
1/3 c fresh diced red pepper
1 c canned corn
Juice of 1/2 lime, a scant 2 Tbsp
2 Tbsp Agave (use more/less or omit, or use Stevia, based on taste preferences)
1 teaspoon ground ginger
salt and pepper, to taste
Optional: 1/4 Tsp Chili Powder and/or Cayenne
Optional Add-In’s: Add black beans, garbanzo beans, red onion, garlic, or other diced veggies to the mixture

Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl and stir to combine. Salsa can be served immediately but is better as time passes and flavors marry. Store leftover salsa in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.


Ingredients to make Sweet Mango & Lime Corn Salsa in clear container
Overhead of ingredients in container

Stir & Eat

Sweet Mango & Lime Corn Salsa in bowl
Close up of Sweet Mango & Lime Corn Salsa

Tip: Allow the Flavors to Marry in the Fridge for a few hours for optimal results

Serve over spiralized Zuke Noodles

Spiralized Zucchini Noodles in clear container

For spiralizer info and what I have, where to buy it (the best $29.99 you’ll ever spend!) 
check out This Post

Close up of spiralized Zucchini Noodles

 …but I put the salsa On top of Greens

Sweet Mango & Lime Corn Salsa on top of green salad

I served the salsa on romaine and I added Cukes, Tomatoes, and a dash of Homemade Vegan Slaw Dressing.
You could also make a salad dressing with lime juice (from your other un-used lime half), and add EVOO/Hemp/Flax Oil, Ginger, Agave, and whisk.

Lidded Jar of Vegan Slaw Dressing
I am not usually a beans person really but black beans (or red or garbanzo) would have been awesome in here!
Salad with Salsa topped with Vegan Slaw Dressing

For Dessert, I was craving something Dark.  And these Chocolate Brownie Protein Oats weren’t quite ready; plus, I wanted to save them for the morning…
Overnight Chocolate Brownie Protein Oats
With additional Tips Here

Ingredients for Chocolate Brownie Protein Oats in container with spoon

18 Hours later, here’s what the overnight Chocolate Brownie Protein Oats looked like

Finished chilled Chocolate Brownie Protein Oats in containerClose up of Chocolate Brownie Protein Oats
So nice to have this Chocolate Breakfast waiting for me in the fridge so it was good I decided to make something else….

Close up of Chocolate Brownie Protein Oats showing slivers of oats

….So for my Dark Chocolate Needs, I made a Fresh Batch of Dark Chocolate Fudge Balls

Dark Chocolate Fudge Balls in container

You can, of course, use regular rather than dark cocoa powder if you don’t have dark.  And grocery store brands like Hershey’s Cocoa Powder work just fine for those of you without access to the designer or specialty cocoa powders.

And No Snacky Night would be complete without Popcorn with Maca, Nooch, Stevia, Cinnamon, & Chocolate Chips.

 Click Here for the Fast & Easy Way to Pop Your Corn!

Then spray it all down with cooking spray or coconut oil cooking spray, douse with your toppings, and enjoy!  Here’s how I’ve been dousing it…

Popcorn with Maca, Nutritional Yeast, Stevia, Cinnamon, & Chocolate Chips with ingredients in background

And Chocolate Chips Make Me Happpppy!!!

Popcorn with chocolate chips
Close up of Popcorn
And so does all the nooch, maca, and cinnamon!
 Click Here for my 90 Second, Super Healthy Way to Make Popcorn

Do you have a favorite salsa?

Have you ever made salsa at home?




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