Edible Healthy-ish Cookie Dough: Gluten Free, Diary Free, and Vegan

This recipe is perfect for if you’re craving a sweet treat the use of almond flour, coconut flour, and coconut sugar adds nutrients that you don’t get when making your typical batch of cookie dough. There is also no artificial sweeteners in this recipe. You have the option to add protein if you need moreContinue reading “Edible Healthy-ish Cookie Dough: Gluten Free, Diary Free, and Vegan”

Smoked Turkey Chili Recipe

Chili is one of our family favorites for fall, but since I meal prep, I get bored of things kind of easily if we have them week after week. Because of this, I’m always trying to make things a little differently. You can see my original award winning chili recipe in this post if you’reContinue reading “Smoked Turkey Chili Recipe”

One Pot Zuppa Toscana

My favorite time of year is here! Things are starting to cool down and it’s socially acceptable to eat soup every day. After making chili three times already, and chicken and wild rice once, I decided to mix it up and make a soup I have never homemade before. It was amazing! So I’m sharingContinue reading “One Pot Zuppa Toscana”

Almond-Pecan Crusted Chicken Piccata

If you are gluten free you have to check out this twist on an old favorite. Introducing: almond-pecan crusted chicken piccata. Why pecans? Since pecans are a nut they provide good fats with your meal and a unique and delicious flavor when cooked in the white wine sauce. The mixture of the two nuts togetherContinue reading “Almond-Pecan Crusted Chicken Piccata”

Apple Crisp Baked Oatmeal Cups

Try this healthy spin on a favorite for your breakfasts this week. It tastes similar to a traditional fall favorite and feels like dessert for breakfast. This option has all natural sweeteners and is dairy and gluten free. Dry Ingredients:3 c rolled oats1/4 c slivered almonds1/4 c dried cranberries1 tbsp baking powder1 tbsp cinnamon WetContinue reading “Apple Crisp Baked Oatmeal Cups”

Work Out for your Hormones

Spent the day working on some women’s custom training plans. What makes me unique is that I incorporate where you’re at in your cycle into your training plan. As you go through the month, your hormones change your energy level as well as your nutrition and exercise needs.I work with your body to help youContinue reading “Work Out for your Hormones”

COVID 19 and Comorbidity

We’ve had some sort of shock in our nation as new numbers came out that said only 6% of people died exclusively of COVID 19 per the CDC. This has caused an uproar, anger, and for people to question the validity of shutting down our country. I’m not here to discuss any of that politicalContinue reading “COVID 19 and Comorbidity”

Inversion tables

I wanted to take this opportunity to talk a bit about inversion tables. You can skip the reading and just listen to what I have to say here. Inversion tables are those tables that you strap your feet into and use to flip upside down. The idea behind them is to stretch things out andContinue reading “Inversion tables”

Getting Your Kiddos to Eat Healthy

💡Did you know:💡A healthy diet starts early in your child’s life – even before they’re born. A question I hear often is “how do I get my KIDS to eat healthy food?” Recent research has shown that children’s taste preferences are formed in the womb and after birth through breast milk. On top of this,Continue reading “Getting Your Kiddos to Eat Healthy”

Mason Jar Salads

Have you ever made mason jar salads? They make packing lunch a breeze and are perfect for busy professionals that are on the go all day- or busy moms! These look adorable, sure, but they have a functional purpose too! When you load your jar with your wet products first (like dressing, tomatoes, corn, cheese,Continue reading “Mason Jar Salads”