You know what I love? Crock pot recipes. Specifically, crock pot recipes that make a HUGE batch (so you can freeze leftovers), and even better if they cook for something like 9+ hours so they can cook allllll day while I'm at work! This recipe checks all of those boxes, and it's also healthy and super easy!
I've been on a banana milkshake kick lately. This combination is one of my favorites, and it tastes like a Frosty from Wendy's! Frozen banana, almond milk, cocoa powder, almond butter, ice... all blended together into a tasty shake.
If you're looking for a non-traditional Thanksgiving (or anytime) side, this might be just the ticket! Roasted sweet potatoes are spiced with cinnamon, sage, and salt, then combined with a tangy cranberry mayo dressing, diced apples, crushed walnuts, and minced onion.
Well Fed Weeknights is the latest cookbook masterpiece from Mel Joulwan and is full of 128 delicious paleo meals that can all be prepared in 45 minutes or less. The recipes are inspired by takeout classics, food trucks, and cuisines from around the world—all totally free of grains, dairy, legumes, and soy.
Breakfast for dinner is a staple in our house. It's crazy fast and easy, one pan clean up and SUPA CHEAP! But it's hard to find a solid breakfast sausage at the grocery store (solid = healthy, real ingredients, no added sugar). PROBLEM SOLVED!
Now that it's officially July (i.e. I'm about to have more zucchini than I know what to do with... hopefully), I decided to get started on my zucchini season warm-up. I have already picked my first garden zucchini of the season and there are lots more babies growing!