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Coffee, Almond and Coconut Chocolate Bark

My friend Angie and I did this Savor the Moment event. It was a meditation experience in which we paired wines and chocolates together and had each participant really experience the various components. This coffee bark was an interesting creation I made because it was the one dish I almost didn’t try. Coffee makes me…

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Almond Joy Energy Balls

A little coconut, chocolate and almonds go a long way. Back at it again with the energy balls. Energy balls are part of my meal prep routine each week. They totally help with that 3pm energy boost. The adaptogens add a nice stress relief and the Sex Dust has a chocolate taste, which makes for a…

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Blueberry Muffin Energy Balls

I might have to make it a weekly thing with these energy balls. They get me thinking about creative ways to make nuts and seeds taste even better. They’re also probably the easiest thing I make during my meal prep days! I made carrot cake energy balls and the blueberry muffin energy balls a couple…

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Apple Pie Crockpot Oatmeal

I was teaching a yoga class the other day and my friend Rachel and her boyfriend came in. Jim whispered to Rachel, “is that the oatmeal girl?” Rachel had been making him the Blueberry Muffin Crockpot Oatmeal I put up a while ago and he absolutely fell in love. I talked to them a little…

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Chocolate Chip Matcha Energy Balls

I was rolling up some matcha energy balls in my mom’s kitchen before having dinner with my parents and grandparents the other night. I had to beg my mom to be my taste tester. She even said, “why would anyone want those?” I’m not really sure why she was so nervous. After taking a bite…

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Almond Meal

I started making my own almond milk a few years ago and haven’t turned back since. Blending up a batch decreases your waste consumption, increases the freshness, and gives you the ability to know exactly what is going into your body. For a while, I didn’t really know what the heck to do with all…

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Goji Berry, Cashew Butter, Oat Energy Balls

Goji berries are such a fun treat to add into your diet. Goji berries contain one of the highest antioxidant levels of any food on the planet! They create a sense of grounding energy and mental well being. You can eat them by themselves but they’re really delicious in energy balls. You can use any…

Chocolate Peppermint Energy Balls

Chocolate Peppermint Energy Balls

Peppermint essential oil is one of my absolute favorites. You can put it on the back of your neck if you’re feeling a little hot. It’s great for digestion and freshening your breath. These energy bites are begging to be eaten as they sit in my refrigerator. Add more or less salt depending on your…

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Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal

I had just made these pumpkin energy bites and had some leftover pumpkin puree. I eat oatmeal probably at least two-three times a week during the winter months and thought a pumpkin pie flavor sounded just in season. A different topping or mix-in can transform this comfort dish into something extremely dreamy. The maca powder…

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Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil Candied Almonds

Nuts make for the perfect snack. This delicious treat was whipped up for our latest essential oil party. It’s so fun to cook with these oils just observing how strong the taste is from one single drop! Cinnamon Bark essential oil contains a high amount of cinnamaldehyde, which helps maintain healthy immune function.* Make sure…