I recently found this brand of sausages that are all natural and gluten-free. The first flavor I tried was the chicken apple, and I was hooked! I would have them for breakfast along with poached eggs or in my egg white scramble and even put them in the frittata I made recently. After that I… Continue reading Chicken Sausages
I think as humans we tend to have the need to give everything a name. We need to classify or tag patterns, routines and schedules with names. I came to the conclusion that all I need to do is what's best for me. I'm learning how to listen to my body by paying attention to… Continue reading My Eating Habits
Yesterday I baked the first batch of the Pumpkin cupcakes that I will be giving out. These cupcakes are Paleo friendly made with Almond flour, raw honey, organic eggs and grass-fed butter, topped with sugar-free vanilla frosting. And the best part is that they came out delicious! Again, here's the recipe I used... 1½ cups… Continue reading Pumpkin Cupcakes
I've seen many recipes for frittatas but I decided to make mine with whatever ingredients I already had available. This is a great make ahead breakfast option for days you are in a hurry or when we wake up at 4am for bootcamp ;-). All you have to do is cut a slice and heat… Continue reading Breakfast Frittata
Here it is guys... The treat I'll be making for 24 lucky friends are the Pumpkin Muffins. I'll be busy baking this weekend and will give them out next week! 🙂 Here's the recipe I'll be using. Ingredients 1½ cups almond flour 3/4 cup canned pumpkin (or cook and puree pumpkin yourself) 3 large eggs… Continue reading Winner Treat for Halloween Giveaway
These rainy days call for a treat! If you love anything pumpkin like me, this will be a great shake. Give it a try and let me know. My experienced tester was not too thrilled about this one. 😉 1 cup coconut or almond milk 1 cup pumpkin purée (canned is fine) 1 scoop of… Continue reading Pumpkin Pie Protein Shake
I was so excited yesterday to receive my complimentary copy of The Food Lover's Primal Palate book Make it Paleo. Another great book with many great options. I'm specially excited for the dessert section. You all know about my sweet tooth and looking at healthy recipes for cookies, pies, ice cream, cupcakes and many more… Continue reading I’m a winner!
There are so many ways to combine spices and herbs to create you own mix of seasoning. Here's a list of some of the spices I always have in my pantry. Later on, I will be posting recipes of sauces and seasonings I often use on fish and meats. Forget about store-bought dressings that contain… Continue reading Spices
Who says chips are bad for you?? Well depending on which kind you eat! I have read a few recipes on different types of healthier alternatives to chips and sweet potatoes is one. Using 3 or 4 small sweet potatoes, washed and peeled. Then slice the potatoes and thinly as possible. If you have a… Continue reading Sweet Potato Chips
Here's another delicious option for a roasted vegetable side dish. Cut squash in two cleaning out the seeds. Toss on baking pan with some olive oil and sprinkle cinnamon. Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes. So delicious!!