The Essence of Fall in a Bowl
Want to know what it tastes like to eat the entire essence of Fall in a bowl for breakfast? I GOT YOU! I promise, this bowl embodies alllll the best parts of fall. Between the cinnamon and nutmeg warming spices and the flavorful apples (if you don’t go apple picking, is it even Fall?), you will not only devour this bowl in seconds, but also feel like you’re ready to take on every changing leaf and pumpkin patch in your future. The apple butter may seem daunting at first, but it is quite possibly the easiest thing I’ve ever made in this kitchen! If you do not have an instant pot, you can do the same method on a crock pot but cook on low for ~3 hours, or on the stove top in a covered pot on simmer for ~20 minutes (you will just have to mash the apples more than the other two methods).
Averaging Out to Just $5 Per Meal
The most common misconception regarding eating a healthy and balanced diet: it is too expensive. Yes, buying organic vegetables is more often than not more pricey than the non-organic option, and certain health focused grocery stores have some pretty ridiculously inflated prices, but that does not mean it is impossible to eat healthy (and also delicious) meals on a budget. In order to prove this point, I am providing you with a meal plan for the week that will average out to just $5 per meal. Yes, that is the real number. Complete with a 4-day meal plan, organized grocery list, and corresponding recipes.
I’ve always wondered what this “bikini body” is that everyone speaks of come summer months. The focus on getting, and staying, thin and super fit before stepping into a bikini not only seems like an ill way to spend your summer, but also a task that seems nearly impossible. For me, and I believe majority of other people out there, my summer goes a little like this: the gorgeous weather encourages more frequent drinking than usual, there are BBQs galore with all the chips, dips, and sides you can dream of, ice cream becomes a no brainer after dinner, and a ton of traveling to enjoy these glorious weekends with friends leads to minimal at home cooking.
Your guide to tackling a gluten free lifestyle!
Everyone loves bread; pizza is notoriously one of the tastiest foods out there. However, some of us, unfortunately, have celiac disease, a gluten intolerance, or have been tasked with an elimination diet. Cutting out gluten can at first be pretty depressing. How the hell am I going to attack and eliminate this beast that is such a staple in the American diet!? Fortunately, as this “lifestyle” has become more prevalent, there are a ton of great options out there in both restaurant and grocery stores. Also, that is why I am here to help; providing you with a 5-day plan of gluten free meals with corresponding recipes and a master grocery list.
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Your guide to tackling a week on Whole30!
I am SO incredibly excited to share something with you all that I have been working on for over the past few weeks. As you all probably know by now, I just recently completed Whole30. In my pieces on both my blog and Mindbodygreen, I make it very clear that my number one tip on how to survive Whole30 is meal prepping. Many people respond to this statement saying they don’t know how to meal prep because they don’t know what to make, they don’t have the recipes, or they are overwhelmed in a grocery store trying to make sure they buy the correct amount of food. Well, friends, I am here to help. Behold, my five day Whole30 Meal Plan. This pamphlet contains a meal plan schedule for Monday-Friday with individual recipes for each meal and, most importantly, an organized master grocery list.
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