2.5 cups sifted almond flour 1 tablespoon baking powder 1 tablespoon ground flaxseed 1 tablespoon Olive/avocado oil blend 1 tablespoon Herb Blend (see below) 1/2 cup shredded parmesan cheese 2 tablespoons water 2 eggs (farm fresh if available) Combine all ingredients into large mixing bowl. Kneed well. Chill mixed dough for approximately 20 minutes, thenContinue reading “Parmesan Pizza Crust w. Almond Flour”
Sometimes it’s hard to satisfy a sweet tooth when you are doing all you can to maintain a balance and choose healthy eating. With a little creativity, those same healthy choices can give you the secret to indulging without the guilt! Chocolate PB Protein Bites INGREDIENTS BITES: 3 cups Old Fashion Oats4 TBSP Natural PeanutContinue reading “Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Bites”
These cookies are simple and easy. It’s a sure thing the whole family will love.
Grass fed, organic yogurts often come with a high price tag — what is the alternative, try making your own. For a total of $7.00 depending on where you shop you can make 10-12 servings fo grass fed, organic yogurt with little effort! Heres how:
Carbohydrates. A tabu word in the health and fitness world today. Sadly the wide spread dislike of carbohydrates does not differentiate and thus ALL carbohydrates are given a bad rap.
What do you do on a cold fall rainy day with a left over rotisserie chicken?! Make homemade chicken noodle soup of course. Boil down your leftover chicken (bones included) to make your own bone broth. Use your favorite vegetables, as spice and season to take and ta da. A comfort meal is born.
Do you enjoy your morning cup of Joe but cant seem to find your favorite creamer without all the additives and preservatives? Try making your own!
Do you need more energy…
Just to get through the day?
To get through a workout
To balance your events of the night before?
Is your nutrition ZAPPING your energy stores?
Still have some wonderfully fresh green beans and tomatoes in your garden?
I might secretly still be holding on to the last few moments of summer. While fall always seems to bring a breath of fresh air — literally, I love the crisp taste of summer.