Almond Flour Lemon Olive Oil Cake

Hi all! I’ve been making a version of this almond flour cake for a couple years now. It’s one of my favorite things to whip up when I want a treat, but don’t want all the sugar and flour. I originally adapted this recipe from one Goop.com posted a few years ago. But, when I […]

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Paleo Chocolate Chunk Cookies

The temperature has finally dropped here in Florida. And it is starting to feel like the holidays (it’s still about 65 degrees outside, but beggars can’t be choosers). This Christmas will be our first one spent at home. Just us. And I couldn’t be more excited. We are going to start all new traditions that […]

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watermelon + heirloom tomato salad

Sweet, sweet summatime. Pool hangs, cookouts, and long beach days are back. And losing yourself in a fantastically freeing tranquil picnic is one of the best activities of the sunshine season. Throwing your favorite blanket down on the grass, sand, or tile and surrounding yourself with people you love and a hodgepodge of eclectic dishes […]

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g r e e n g o d d e s s salad

Alright, guys. The New Year is here (and for some, January was just a trial). For those of us in the south, the second Christmas is over, Mardi Gras season begins. So, there is never a break from fun and indulgence. But, the holidays are over and it is time to reboot. That constant craving […]

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Adaptogens

Every morning I wake up and add a scope of cordyceps to my cuppa joe or matcha latte. Then take an ashwaganda and rhodiola supplement with my smoothie. When I talk about my love for adaptogens on social media, I always get the “uhh what the h*ll is that?” message. So, let’s just start from […]

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Superfood Series: m a c a

For the last post of my Superfood Series I chose what is arguably my favorite. Maca powder. I planned on posting this at an earlier date, but my house was struck with a stomach bug and daddy and daughter were both down meaning mom was on nurse duty. So without further ado, I present to […]

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Super Food Series: t u r m e r i c 

Wanna know what gives mustard and curry that vibrant yellow color? Turmeric. The ancient superfood spice that is suddenly getting lots of attention and is basically the Queen Bee of the spice gang. Turmeric has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine to improve digestion and liver function, ease arthritis pain and inflammation, and is […]

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The Meal Prep

So, I used to never get the whole meal prep thing. I mean, how am I supposed to know what I want for lunch on a Wednesday when I’m preparing it on a Sunday? And, not to mention, it would probably get super boring eating pretty much the same thing everyday. Well, it wasn’t until […]

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