Dang Good Granola

I love granola, so much so that I add it to my fruit bowls, my smoothie bowls, halved papayas, parfaits. You get the picture. My kids on the other hand not so much, they do like some of my variations (goji berry is their preferred) but not adding it to everything, haha. Well, I started…

Pineapple Not-So-Fried Rice

Ingredients 14ounces non-gmo extra-firm tofu, drained 2tablespoons gluten free soy sauce, I use Tamari 1– pineapple, or 11⁄2 cups diced pineapple 1tablespoon coconut oil — onion, thinly sliced — Pink Himalayan Sea salt 3– cloves garlic, minced 2teaspoons curry powder 1teaspoon ground coriander 1teaspoon chili-garlic sauce 3/4cup cashews — carrot, peeled and shredded 1/2cup frozen…

Bakini Bread: Easy on the Hips, Tasty on the Lips!

I’ve been perfecting this banana bread recipe for my cookbook and wanted to share with you right away. This recipe has all the hallmarks of classic banana bread—it’s fluffy, moist, infused with sweet banana flavor, and loved by toddlers and adults alike. With this healthy banana bread recipe, you’re only a few simple ingredients away…

Simple Changes, Make Simple Habits

Looking to build healthier habits? Remember, you don’t have to change everything all at once. Start with small steps that you can feel good about. #onesimplechange  Add nutrient-rich foods. Instead of thinking about what not to eat, think about the things you can add to your diet. Strive to incorporate more greens and colorful veggies…

To eat the seed? To not eat the seed? What the heck, just eat it!

  Ever wondered what to do with the seed once the avocado is eaten? There are some amazing, (and surprising) benefits to this (great little ball of slipperiness) I’m telling ya’ll, that sucker is slippery. I remember when I let my now 11 year old cut and pit, at 8, his first avocados and that thing…