Kindness Revolution Day 3: Mediterranean Feast

It’s so easy to get caught up in the busy-ness of life that we can forget that kind words, good deeds, and general gestures of human compassion can make a difference in someone’s life. To encourage kindness in our world, I’m doing my part by giving 29 gifts in 29 days, inspired by the book 29 Gifts. And, I’m asking you to join me. If you’re just tuning in, check out the first blog in this series.

Today, I decided to whip up a healthy Mediterranean feast. I made gluten-free crepes (I’m also giving you the recipe for them below), hummus (chick pea dip), and tabbouleh (parsley salad). The feast was a hit! And, I enjoyed it too. Giving just feels good!

Gluten-Free Crepes
1 cup Bob’s Red Mills Gluten-Free Flour (or other gluten-free flour)
1/2 tsp baking soda
dash Celtic sea salt or Himalayan crystal salt
1 organic egg
1-1/2 cups of almond milk (or rice or other type of dairy-free milk)

1. Mix the first three ingredients together in a mixing bowl. Then, add the egg and almond milk and whisk together.
2. Pour batter by the spoonful into a non-stick pan over medium heat. (Be sure to choose a healthy non-stick pan since most off-gas toxic ingredients. I like Paderno’s Pots for Eternity.)
3. Flip after 30 seconds to 1 minute and cook on the remaining side for about 30 seconds.
These delicious crepes are versatile flat breads for use with dips or rolled up with veggies, beans, or other healthy ingredients inside.

To continue the spirit of giving, make sure you add your comments to my blog over the next four weeks because, with the help of the kind people at, I’ll be giving away free copies of my books! Winners will be selected from the comments!


Elena T.
Elena Poensgen4 years ago

Thank you :)

Tim Cheung
Tim C5 years ago


Lydia Price

This looks wonderful. I like the fact that there is no lamb or other hurtful ingredients included or suggested.

Kath R.
Kath P5 years ago

Sounds like you had a real feast. Whats in the photo looks absolutely delicious.

Deb L.
Deb L5 years ago

This is more like it! I think I prefer this recipe to the other. Organic, less Ingredients, calories & prep time. In fairness, I will try the other as well before passing judgement!

Brenda Towers
Brenda Towers5 years ago


Cheryl B.
Cheryl B5 years ago


Tim Cheung
Tim C6 years ago


Emma S.
Emma S6 years ago

I've been cooking for my partner lately, as he's been ill. (It's usually him who cooks.) It's a nice feeling nourishing someone.