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On Sunday’s in the Jones household, we almost always have pancakes or waffles. When I was first thinking about what I would make with my coffee concentrate, crepes came to mind, but I am not a pro at those and, honestly, would you have actually used my recipe and made crepes?! Probably not. So, waffles came to mind, and now I have this fun recipe to share with you!]
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While many of you may have started celebrating this past weekend, St. Patrick’s Day is officially two days away and you can keep your celebrations lean, green and delicious without the fake food dyes, extra saturated fat, and sugar-filled boozy beverages. Continue reading →
Good morning readers! Today I am thrilled to have Allie from Key Ingredients sharing a delicious and easy plant-based recipe with a perspective I cannot yet provide to you. You see, while I read research articles about the best ways to raise healthy children, and even have clients who have successfully done so with my guidance, I do not yet have kids myself. I know that many of you do, and at times my insecurities tell me that despite my recommendations, you may think it is impossible to create these healthy, plant-based meals that your whole family will love.
Thankfully, Allie has my back. She has two children 3 and under which, to me, sounds like the hardest job ever. Yet, she still prioritizes fitness, cooks nourishing meals that her family enjoys together, and shares these experiences with her readers! Bonus: this recipe has plant-based protein and plenty of healthy carbs to fuel your workouts and aid in recovery.Continue reading →
Whenever I am asked my opinions on My Fitness Pal type tracking apps, counting calories, using Weight Watchers and using a food scale to measure each gram of what you’re eating each day, my response is always the same. Do you want to be putting effort into those things for the rest of your life? Because that is the habit you build by engaging in those behaviors. Continue reading →