I say Disneyland, you say… Churros! Amirite? No I’m not going to Disneyland, but I do have one hell of a churros craving. The thing is — just the sight of those things makes me lightheaded from the sugar. Clearly, something needed to be done. Clearly that thing was paleo granola.
These bagels are kind of life-changing, absolutely delicious and totally everything. Duh, they’re everything bagels! And duh — of course they’re life-changing — the recipe is based on Sarah Britton’s Life Changing Loaf. If you’ve seen it or made it, you just know. And if not, buckle up because these bagels are going to change EVERYTHING. Oh oops I did it again…
These egg muffins make a great grab-and-go breakfast, especially if you want high protein and a little greens. I usually want a lot of greens. I still haven’t figured out how to make these mostly green and a little egg. Working on it! In the meantime, these can help you start your mornings easily with just a little prep ahead of time.
When G asked me to come up with a brunch series for her hard working boot campers, this pancake recipe was the first to pop into my mind. Talk about clean — it only has two ingredients: bananas and eggs. No flour, no grains, no gluten, no problem. Just protein and fiber and a little sweetness. The best part is the pancakes cook up crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, like the best most savory part of french toast (the middle). Douse them with some maple syrup and don’t forget the three-ingredient chia jam, which is pure kitchen alchemy.
Guys, it’s like cocoa crispies. COCOA CRISPIES. CHOCOLATE MILK. BUT VEGAN. SO HEALTHY. KIND OF PALEO. Keep reading. I swear I’ll start using full sentences.
I was planning on making some paleo granola with my massive nut and seed collection that’s been overflowing from my freezer. When I woke up on the Saturday I’d planned to test it, some voice inside me was like, but what if there was coffee in it. And what if the coffee then seeped into the milk when you ate it and turned the milk into… coffee. What if… coffee and granola… became ONE?! And then that Spice Girls song 2 Become 1 got stuck in my head. And now it’s in there again…
Summer is over. It’s long gone. That statement alone is depressing enough to weaken my immune system. I was meant to end my summer floating in the bay at home with my two best friends from high school, on a giant inflatable pizza slice no less. But instead I spent it floating in my bed, riding a wave of cold medicine and hoping anything would knock the congestion out of my head. And watching the entire first season of Outlander. I made this soup three times over those five days. I also cuddled a lot with my cat. You would probably like this post better if it were full of pictures of him being ridic adorbs.