Have you wanted a more natural face routine? Click below to get FREE access to the presentation from this month's class - it includes lots of information and recipes you'll adore!
See my live Periscope on what we love to use for gently detoxing at bathtime!
This salsa recipe is adapted from @wholesisters blender salsa. I call it the "We don't have all the ingredients but hate jarred salsa" Salsa 😋
The "We're out of ingredients" Salsa
Makes 1 quart.
28 oz canned tomatoes
1/2 white onion
1 bell pepper
1 tablespoon garlic
1 teaspoon real salt
1 teaspoon cumin
1 teaspoon red wine vinegar
3 drops lime essential oil
2 drops cilantro essential oil
Combine ingredients in a high speed blender (I use #blendtec) and pulse until combined.
Sure, fresh cilantro would make this a whole lot prettier but my cilantro essential oil saved the day 😂 Tastes delish - give it a try if you're running low on ingredients too!
Watch my live Periscope broadcast of me making Kombucha!
Go make these - NOW. But warning: you will be tempted to eat them all!!
GF Cheddar Garlic Biscuits
Makes about 24 biscuits.
2 1/2 cups gf flour blend (use this one!)
1 teaspoon real salt
4 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon Italian spices
12 tablespoons cold butter
2 cups shredded cheddar
2 cups milk
4 tablespoons butter
1 tablespoon minced garlic
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. In a bowl, mix together dry ingredients. Then cut in butter. Stir in cheese then add milk to form a sticky batter. Drop by spoonfuls onto a pan and bake for 15 minutes. While cooking, melt additional butter and garlic over stovetop and then brush on biscuits when you pull them out of the oven.
Enjoy every bite (even if the dairy messes up your stomach haha!) - worth it.
I shared this sleep routine the other day on Instagram and wanted to share it here too! It has been incredible. I literally am so relaxed, I wake up groggy!
Each night before bed, I layer 1 drop of each oil on the bottom of each foot (layer means I put one oil, then the next, then the next, etc):
* Supports healthy cellular integrity by helping to reduce oxidative stress
* Supports healthy cellular function and metabolism
* Protects the body and cells from oxidative stress
* Creates a perfect escape with its calming, renewing fragrance
* Supports restful sleep
* Purifying and detoxifying to the body's systems
* Supports a healthy endocrine system and liver function
* Helps build and maintain a healthy immune system
* Promotes cellular health
Here is a video I did recently on Periscope of me making my famous Elderberry syrup! We love to use this during the winter to keep our immune systems strong. Watch the video below to see how I make it!
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So, as you all probably know by now, I have a love affair with Costco! There are so many great healthy (organic!) options and one of my favorite things to purchase is organic greens - they are SUCH a great price. The only problem? The bag is HUGE and even though we make A LOT of smoothies, inevitably some of it goes to waste. And I HATE that! Sometimes, when I'm on top of my game, I'll put the greens in small ziploc baggies then freeze them to pull out for smoothies, but sometimes they just go bad and I have to throw some away. (Raise your hand if you're guilty of that too?)
Well, I am embarrassed to admit that although I LOVE sauteed greens, I rarely make them! However, the idea popped into my head to add these along with our dinner and they were SO delicious. I've found a new, super easy way to accomplish two awesome things: 1) get more greens into our diet in a yummy way and 2) reduce waste (because the greens cook down A TON, so you use a lot in one shot!).
So here's my method - maybe you already know how to do this, but if you don't, read on!
(And look!! I got out my nice camera for you guys! What a difference that makes!)
Easy Sauteed Garlicky Greens
2 tb avocado oil
1 tsp minced garlic
Big bunch of mixed greens
1/3 cup water
Flaked sea salt
In a large fry pan, heat avocado oil over medium heat. Add minced garlic and stir until aromatic. Next, add a TON of mixed greens to the pan (add more than you think - it really shrinks down!). Pour 1/3 cup of water over the greens, then place a lid on the pan to steam the greens. Steam for 5-10 minutes, removing the lid at the end to let any extra water evaporate. Stir and season with flaked sea salt, to taste.
We served this with chicken, brown rice, and roasted sweet potatoes and it was PERFECT! For a grain free meal, simply omit the brown rice - for vegetarian, omit the chicken. Easy peasy, and SO healthy!