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Golden Milk Chia Seed Pudding

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James and I are in Seattle for the weekend. I decided mid-week that I really needed to get out of town (literally) as I had been pushing myself a bit too hard. If you read my last post, you would have learned that after a few months of feeling pretty great, I had a set back.

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Chocolate Pistachio Energy Bites (Paleo // Vegan)

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When I was eating a primarily vegan eating lifestyle, I was all over making protein bites as I was/am a snacking machine!  And I’m back with these Chocolate Pistachio Energy Bites.

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Grain Free Chai Spiced Apple Muffins (Paleo)

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One of the great things about transitioning into the different seasons is the change in flavours. Besides pumpkin, root vegetables, spice, and apples take centre stage.

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Grain Free Hasselback Apples (VEGAN)

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I’ve been pretty committed about reducing my sugar intake including fruit. I know, we’re always told to eat our fruit because they ARE rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fibre. However, if you have any blood sugar imbalances, watching your sugar intake is critical in balancing them out.

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Just Peachy Chia Pudding

Oh geez my friends, I got my husband hooked on this recipe! He’s already a lover of my classic chia pudding but add in one of his favourite fruit (peaches), and now he won’t leave me alone.  “Can you please make that peach chia pudding?”.  “I really love that peach chia pudding”.  “We have to go to the farmer’s market on Sunday to get more peaches for that chia pudding”. And, on and on he goes.

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4 Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies – Paleo // Grain Free

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Hi Friends!

I wanted to quickly share these super-easy cookies for you.  I know when something is good when I have to make a second batch within the week. And the great thing about these cookies is that they have minimal ingredients that can be made in a very short amount of time – awesome, right?

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Flourless Chocolate Cake with Whiskey Cherries – Gluten & Dairy Free

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The only time that you’ll find me in the kitchen making desert is when I have company coming over. Sooooo, we had company over!

My friend Chanel is flying off to Italy later this month as she got accepted into an art school.  She’s an amazing artist so I was thrilled to hear the news.

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Double Chocolate Zucchini Muffins

Double Chocolate Zucchini Muffins

Holy crap these muffins are sooo good!

Don’t like zucchini?  I promise you that you won’t even notice that they are in the muffin.  I swear, I promise!

Sometimes, with super healthy muffins, they can be dry or heavy but not these babies.  These muffins are moist, not too sweet and full of healthy goodness – zucchini! The zucchini is what makes these muffins so moist.  Just be sure that you squeeze as much water out of them so that they cook properly.

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Cashew + Salted Caramel Smoothie Bowl (Dairy Free // Vegan)

 

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So, have you tried So Delicious’s Cashew Salted Caramel non-dairy ice cream yet? It’s is amazing. It’s sweet, salty and nutty and without dairy!

I decided that this may make a swoon-worthy Cashew + Salted Caramel Smoothie Bowl but made with less sugar.

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3 Awesome Sugar-Free Substitutes

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This is a guest post by Theresa Albert, health consultant, writer and speaker.

If I were sugar, I would be taking cover and either looking for a new job or finding a safe way to retire. Maybe partnering with newer, better versions of sweetness would be worth investigation because, everywhere I would look, the future will look grim. I would be reading the tea leaves and know that my days were numbered as North Americans continue to reduce their consumption of soda pop and governments crack down on how I am labelled. There is nowhere to go but down and out.

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