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Monthly Archives: May 2014

This is a super healthy, delicious take on Cream of Wheat. It’s a really fast, really filling breakfast that has become one of our favorites!         Cook time: 5-7 minutes Serves: 2-4   1 1/4 cup almond meal 1 cup milk (I use coconut) 1 tsp cinnamon 1/4 pure maple syrup 1 […]

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I obviously love food. I love to eat. So when we go out, it most definitely involves delicious food. Not to toot my own horn, but I’m pretty excellent at finding awesome, not widely known restaurants. Basically any time we go out, it’s with our besties. Lady friend shares my talent. It’s one of the […]

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I just love muffins. I love their convenience- they’re the perfect on-the-go breakfast or snack. And we’ve discussed my love for breakfast and all things bready/sweet. I make muffins, a million variations, pretty often.   These are delicious and filling. Really banana-y (obviously… :)) with a hint of coconut. Super healthy, yummy way to start […]

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  • Hmm, just made these and they are super moist and just the right amount of sweetness. Made them for my one years old’s birthday, he loves banana! Topped it with a brown butter icing for a treat:)ReplyCancel

I haven’t bought quinoa in a while. I don’t know why. But I got some at the store last week and yayayayay. We’ve been eating some super delicious things! This recipe is probably tied for favorite for me. All yummy italian things- tomatoes, rosemary, thyme, oregano and (lots of) fresh mozzarella mixed with fluffy quinoa […]

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  • Jill

    Hi! This looks good! Do you think it would taste good with ground beef added as well?ReplyCancel

    • Jill

      Also — could I use crushed tomatoes instead of strained? I’ve actually never heard of strained!ReplyCancel

      • I think adding ground beef would be delicious! :) I’d never heard of strained tomatoes, either, until finding Pomi, the brand I love. It’s basically a thick tomato sauce. Crushed would be yummy, you just wouldn’t have as much of the sauce to it.ReplyCancel