Jun 08 2012
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Warning: These are addictive. They’re easy to make, delicious, and good for you. And you won’t have to pay $4 for a 1.5 ounce baggie. It’s hard to say if they’re crispy or chew. It’s kind of both. You can snap them in half, but when you eat them they’re a little chewy, not like

Jun 05 2012
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  Mini Frittatas – Paleo Breakfast Bites Ingredients: 1 dozen eggs, beaten well 1 onion, diced and sautéed 1/2 cup ham, diced 10 oz frozen spinach, thawed and drained well (squeeze out as much liquid as you can) 1 pound of sausage, cooked Any seasonings/spices/other ingredients you’d like. Method: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees

Jun 04 2012
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I’ve been enjoying smoothies lately, and wanted to make a streamlined easy-to-grab smoothie option for myself, instead of mixing 5 different things (obviously this one is only 3 things, but you know what I mean) when I decide I want one. So this is my first ready-to-go smoothie. It made 8 baggies and I enjoyed

Jun 03 2012
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Paleo Zucchini Boats / Stuffed Zucchini Recipe Ingredients: 2 Tbsp coconut oil (I used expeller-pressed so it wouldn’t taste coconutty) 1 medium onion, diced 10 oz of mushrooms, chopped 2 cloves of garlic, minced 7 oz of organic tomato paste 4 medium zucchinis 1 pound of your favorite sausage 2 eggs salt and pepper to

Jun 03 2012
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I’ve found myself relying on dairy too much… well, maybe not “too much” (based on what?) but more than I’d like. If I’m hungry, I reach for a glass of milk (up to about 3 glasses a day often). Anneliese asks for cheese all the time for snacks. She eats LOTS of cheese. And usually

May 26 2012
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My friend Amber texted me yesterday and said “I hope your birthday is amaze-balls.” It was pretty good but I MADE amaze-balls. I was going to make myself Joey’s Birth Day Cake, but I didn’t butter the pans well enough and the cakes stuck. So I threw the cake into the peanut butter frosting and

May 21 2012
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You know those bacon-wrapped jalapeno poppers that are filled with cream cheese? I could eat about 100 of them at a time. I LOVE them. But I rarely make them because carefully scooping all of the seeds out of the jalapenos is a bit time consuming, and I’m always afraid I’ll get pepper juice in

May 20 2012
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I’ve been so excited about my new donut pan! I even have another one on the way, and even ordered the mini-donut pan too. There’s just something about baked confections with a hole in the middle! Why are they so fun?? So my Mother-in-law is in town this weekend, and since both kids were napping

May 19 2012
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  One evening, I couldn’t stop thinking about cookies. It was late when I decided to whip these up, and since I didn’t want to wait for multiple batches to finish in the oven, I put about half of the batter into mini muffin cups instead of right on the parchment paper (these need about

May 17 2012
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I was so excited to try this recipe from Real Simple. I’m a sucker for lemony things, skin-on chicken, and any excuse to eat roasted garlic. The first time was a bust though. I’ve cooked lemon slices like this before (the original recipe has you put them in the bottom of the baking dish), and

May 15 2012
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I’m a giant Pinterest fan, and when I saw this donut recipe, I had to re-pin it even though I didn’t have a donut pan. But the idea of donuts was sowed in my mind, and I couldn’t stop thinking of them… so I ordered this donut pan (recommended by my twitter friends), and now

Since I kept torturing people with photos of this cake on twitter and instagram… I’ve been asked about a zillion times “WHAT IS THAT CAKE!?!” followed by “I MUST MAKE IT AND PUT IT IN MY MOUTH NOWWW!” Well it’s really really good. This is the cake I was GOING to make while in labor

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