These are the best granola bars I have ever had and they are home made. So simple to make and so delicious. I found the recipe on the blog In Real Life. Head on over for the original recipe. It’s a great blog to check out while you are there. Anyway, pretty much this is the same thing. I don’t want to take credit Continue reading
This peanut butter ball of goodness recipe is thanks to my Sister. She is always finding fun and good recipes. I’m trying to live on the healthier side of things and since I have been on Lent and trying to not have anything with more than 10g of sugar, I decided that these would be all right to eat, since
they are made with Continue reading
A treat for my frist blog of 2013. Yes, I’ve been a little behind in blogging with the end of the semester in December and then a two week vacation to Texas, and now getting back into the swing of school and a shift in responsibilities in ministry, phew I will get back into a routine! And back into blogging I go. So to start of the year I bring you a sweet post. I know I normally try to bring you healthy recipes Continue reading
After I told my sister about Chia (a blog is coming all about it soon) she found a recipe for jam in one of her fitness mags she reads. I don’t think it was the actual “Fitness” mag that she got it from. After reading them for a while they are pretty much the same – they start to blend together. Anyway, we made the jam together. After making it and tasting it we both decided we would never have to make the traditional jam again!
5 reasons to make Power Jam Continue reading
I made this recipe for my sister and her coworker the other day for lunch. We all loved it. Of course when I cook I don’t always follow the recipe to the letter, so I will give you the recipe from the book, and then I will tell you what I did differently. I always encourage creativity when cooking!
You mostly see the other goodies in the meal, rather than the quinoa, but it is in there! See the little brown/redish specks… that’s it. Remember it’s like rice and fluffs up 3 x its size. Continue reading