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Chickpeas with Namaste or Splash Of Sunshine


  • 2 oz Namaste Marinade or Splash Of Sunshine Marinade
  • 2 Cups Chickpeas
  • 1 Tomato
  • 1/2 Red Onion
  • 1 oz Lemon Juice (use lime juice instead if using Splash Of Sunshine)
  • Optional: diced cucumber, spinach, bell peppers


  • Wisk together Namaste Marinade & lemon juice
  • Drain & rinse canned chickpeas
  • Combine chickpeas and ¾ of the Namaste/ lemon juice mixture
  • Place on a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes on 350°
  • Dice tomato and red onion and combine with the baked chickpeas
  • Combine remaining Namaste/lemon juice mixture over chickpeas


  • Serve hot over rice
  • Use as a dip
  • Top your salad
  • Eat on its own as a snack or as a side

Chickpeas/ Garbanzo Beans are an excellent source of protein and fiber as well as several other nutrients such as magnesium and calcium. Because chickpeas are high in protein, it will keep you feeling full and satisfied for longer periods of time.

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Splash of Sunshine Lemon Rice


  • Splash Of Sunshine Marinade
  • Cooked Rice (suggestion: Basmati Rice)
  • Optional: Green Onions and Broccoli


  • Heat pan on medium high heat and add Splash Of Sunshine Marinade (1/3 cup per 1 cup cooked rice). Dilute with water
  • Optional: add sliced green onions/scallions. Cook until green onions are wilted
  • Fold cooked rice into mixture in pan. Mix thoroughly
  • Add lemon juice (suggestion: 2 tablespoons per cup of rice) and broccoli
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Splash of Sunshine Curried Chicken


  • Rotisserie chicken
  • Splash Of Sunshine Marinade (regular or hot)
  • Optional: Veggies (suggestions: thickly sliced carrots and peas), Coconut Milk


  • Heat large pan on medium high heat and add a half jar of Splash Of Sunshine Marinade and dilute with 1/3 to ½ cup water or coconut milk
  • Once marinade and water are combined and heated fold in rotisserie chicken
  • Optional: Add veggies
  • Continue to cook about 10 minutes or until completed heated and combined.
  • Optional: Garnish with cilantro or thyme