Love salsa's....especially fruit ones!
Announcement!! I have a new favorite meal high in protein and colorful peppers! Mini peppers, cut in half...tuna mixes with mayonnaise and salt. Use peppers as "chips" and dip in tuna. So easy and yummy! If you eat cheese...laughing cow cheeses pair well with this meal.
Young Living’s essential oils are amazing. Here’s just one of their oils with several awesome ideas for its use!
There is something so wonderful about the smell of lemon. It’s refreshing, invigorating, and just plain yummy. Plus it’s another great oil in the Premium Starter Kit! Lemon is great for all sorts of things my two favorites is cooking and lemon water. But there are even more things you can do with Lemon Essential Oil! Take a look at this list to name a few.
10 Uses for Lemon E
1. Clean Up Stick Messes – As a mother my life is full of sticky messes. Using 1-2 drops of lemon to remove reside from crayons, oil, grease, etc is like magic.
2. Natural Air Freshener – Seriously you guys, that smell is wonderful. I love to put some lemon and purification together in a spray bottle willed with water to use as an all natural air freshener.
3. Varicose Veins – Rubbing several drops of lemon essential…
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Eating raw can be a lot of work. Hard work. In an attempt to get away from packaged foods which are full of preservatives, sugars, and ingredients it would take a stack of dictionaries to pronounce their names, the paleo way is a hands on make it yourself lifestyle. This can be tiring and disappointing, [...]
We all have them...lapses in our drive to eat healthy and be proactive in finding new delicious recipes. I'm going to be totally honest and tell you, my readers, I've been slacking. One to many times of giving myself the okay to eat a delicious looking non-paleo friendly food item has led to a consistent [...]
Love pesto chicken, pesto on eggs with tomatoes, pesto on cauliflower pizza!!
Firstly, before you go any further, this is the dairy free version of pesto. Even though I munch on chocolate most days, I don’t eat too much dairy. Having said that, I love pesto but have never made it before. I recently bought a mini blender/processor which is so cute and I finally had the opportunity to make my own dairy free pesto. There isn’t really an exact science to making pesto, just throw in the ingredients and whizz together. Super easy and super delicious. This version I used almonds, but i have also used the more traditional pine nuts, which is equally as delicious. I added the pesto to some freshly cooked pasta as well as with fish. It stores very well if you keep it in a fridge in an airtight container.
Ingredients: Olive oil (light), a handful of almonds, a bunch of basil (washed) and a pinch…
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