When you just happen to have a heart-shaped cake pop mold that you got on clearance for like a quarter last year, and you just happen to have heart paper straws (i.e. the best pop sticks ever), then you make v-day themed energy pops! With strawberry and cacao!
This soup is thick and hearty like a chili, and has all of the good parts of a stuffed pepper, but in a bowl! To make it paleo and Whole30, I subbed in cauliflower rice (instead of white rice or brown rice which is in the original recipe). I also cut out the junk-filled canned tomato soup and replaced it with straight up tomato sauce.
Can you really ever have too many Buffalo Chicken recipes? I think not. This breakfast casserole combines eggs, peppers, onions, celery, chicken, and of course Frank's Red Hot (duh!) to create a spicy, delicious breakfast-on-the-go option!
This Winter Salad features shaved brussels sprouts, dried cranberries, apples, and walnuts, and is topped with a Cranberry Orange Vinaigrette, YUMMMM! It can be served as a main dish (with chicken, turkey, or whatever you want as your protein), or as a side to brighten up any meal.
Since I finally went to the grocery store yesterday and firmed up my meal plan, I thought it would be a perfect time to share one of my beloved Google Sheets with you! I created this Whole30 Planner as a way to plan meals, snacks, and workouts during my very first round.
This Whipped Lavender Sugar Scrub is flecked with real dried lavender, makes your skin feel AWESOME, and is so easy to make, it comes together in about 10 minutes from whipping to jarring! Perfect for DIY gift giving.
I used to think I hated rye bread. And when I was a little kid, I wouldn't touch sauerkraut with a ten foot pole. But these days, I love a good reuben sandwich. I recreated the classic into a casserole, using turkey since that's what I had on hand. And don't skip the caraway seeds -- they give it that signature rye-bread flavor.