Hi 😀 i just found out one of my good friends got engaged. I am soooo happy for her/ them. They are so perfect for eachother. Love them both am looking forward for the wedding whenever that will take place. Nadia can’t wait to hear all the details 😉 I love when things are going great and fun and exciting things are happening to my friends. It brings me so much joy to see the people I love to do good. Have to share 2 beautiful pictures of them. You guys are an inspiration.
Today me and one of my friend went on a long walk with some hills and pushing a stroller about 7 km (4.4 miles), I was completely beat. But I had no time to take a nap before work. Just enough time to eat some lunch and prep my dinner. So I can’t wait for this workday to be over and go home and sleep.
Yesterday and today went by smoothly still have no sugar cravings, which is fantastic cause they suck hahaha. I decided to not have any cacao in anything I make just to make sure I don’t trigger any cravings. I live having cacao in my smoothies or bullet proof coffee. Yesterday I had a super yummy creamy smoothie for breakfast. I think I will make it tomorrow too.
Breakfast: Creamy berry smoothie with a side of 2 eggs
Lunch: A double meat minty burger with Zucchini “buns” and minty guacamole
Dinner: Cucumber sandwich stuffed with turkey sandwich meet, homemade mayo, salad and tomato
Snack: Leftover creamy smoothie from the morning, and bananas topped with almond butter, nuts and shredded coconut.
Breakfast: Sweet potato hash browns with bacon avocado and tomato
Snack: 1 banana
Lunch: Some more Sweet potatp hashbrowns with a salad shell stupped with turkey sandwich meat, homemade mayo, avocado and tomoto
Dinner: Even more Sweetpotato hashbrown with bacon and my blueberry coconut omelette (no greens this time) hehehe
Sweet Potato hash browns:
1 medium sized sweet potato shredded
2 medium – large eggs
2 tbsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp cardamom
coconut oil for frying
Shred the sweet potato, whisk the eggs with cinnamon and cardamom. Then mix in the shredded sweet potato well and fry on low to medium heat for about 5 minutes on each side, maybe longer depending on how thick the shreds or the hash browns are.
This may not look super yummy but it was very good 🙂 thats why I’m sharing the recipe 😀
Hi hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas and New Years eve celebration. I surely did, spent christmas with family and New Years with friends. Since it is a new year i know a lot of people feel that with a new year there are new beginnings and potentials. Like starting over or geting another chance. Though this can be done any day or time of the year it seems like many need this, giving them a clean slate to start fresh. So lets 🙂
We tend to have some new years resolutions, which for most are hard to follow through or to continue with. WE tend to fall back into our same old habits. The best way to actually follow through is to not just say what you wish to do, but to also write down what it is and how you want to do it. How you can follow through and not start too hard because most people fall off the wagon. If this is you then write down your ‘bigger’ goal, then brake it down to smaller feasable goals on the way. And celebrate and reward yourself for reaching the smaller steps. It can be someting like getting a massage, doing something you love, you don’t have to reward yourself with ‘bad’ food.
Im starting my Whole30 challenge on monday the 5th. I was going to start on the 1st. But it didn’t happen cause i didn’t plan well. So now i am prepareing so i can start on monday.
If you are interested in doing it with me, i can help you with ideas and questions. It will be my 3rd time doing it. Also go to the https://www.facebook.com/Whole30 on FB or @Whole30 program on IG to get more info.
I will also do a no sugar at the same time...so no honey, maple syrup or natural sweetners either.
I am doing this to reset my system and to heal myself from some food related issues i have. Also it will make you feel great. Just so you know
Let me know if you want to join!
Wow this brunch was soooo delicious!!!! Had the perfect balance of sweetness and savory flavors that blended well together. Wish I had made more hahaha. People ask me how I find my recepies that I don’t create myself. A lot of times when I can’t figure out what to eat I search on google for recepies and inspirations. I always put PALEO infront of the search term to find paleo recepies. E.i. paleo breakfast or paleo chicken etc. I always find a lot of options to look through.
This morning I searched for paleo brunch and I found these two different recepies that looked so great I wanted to try them out. The first one was Strawberry Shortcake recepie and the second was Perfect Scrambled Eggs recepie where I found the Gordon Ramsey video. Easy to follow 🙂
Strawberry Shortcake minus the strawberries since I didn’t have any 🙂
16 ounces fresh strawberries (I used blackberries and blueberries)
1-2 teaspoon honey (optional)
2 cups blanched almond flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon
3 tablespoons cold grass-fed butter or coconut oil
Defrost berries and mix in a bowl together with honey.
Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C).
Line a sheet pan with some parchment paper or use silicone cupcake molds.
In a large bowl, combine the almond flour, baking soda, and cinnamon. Using a fork or knife, cut the butter into the almond flour to form and mix, so that you’ve formed some small beads of the butter in the dough.
In a separate bowl, whisk together the eggs, honey, and vanilla. Stir the wet ingredients into the dry.
Using a spoon or measuring cup, drop the dough onto the sheet pan into 8 evenly sized cakes, leaving room in between each cake.
Bake for 15–20 minutes until golden brown.
Allow cakes to cool, then slice horizontally, and spoon some of the strawberry or berry mixture into the middle, and some extra on the side.
Perfect Scrambled Eggs
Some butter or coconut oil
Salt and pepper
2 large mushrooms
2 handfull of spinach
Prior to placing the saucepan on the stove, crack the eggs into the saucepan and add the coconut oil to the saucepan as well.
Place the saucepan on medium heat and start stirring so that the eggs get broken up.
Keep stirring without stopping.
Move the saucepan off the heat when you start to see some of the egg sticking a bit to the bottom of the saucepan. Keep stirring off the heat for about 10 seconds and then put it back onto the heat for another 20-30 seconds, but always keep stirring.
Do this three or four times until you see that the mixture becomes more solid (but don’t wait until it’s actually solid!).
Once the eggs have solidified a bit, take the pot off the heat permanently.