Raise your hand if you hate blueberries! I didn’t think so.

These delicious little berries are currently in season, and boy am I psyched. They’re one of my favorite fruits to include in smoothies, brothicles, salads, baked goods, all things breakfast, even on top of a little ice cream.

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protein pancake

These are awesome, homemade alternatives to your average pancake mix. Filled with all kinds of gutloving goodness, including eggs, rolled oats, and pumpkin (which is high in fiber and helps with satiety), protein pancakes are easy to make, and great for you – and the kids! A dash of collagen powder in the mix adds even more health benefits, and using ingredients like coconut oil, raw honey, and plantains helps satisfy your sweet tooth without all that processed sugar.

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healthy fried rice

This meal packs so much goodness into one bowl! From nutrient dense eggs to anti-inflammatory ginger and garlic, this rice bowl recipe gives you all the deliciousness of fried rice – without actually frying! By focusing on healthy oils, veggies, and a few key flavors, this dish is heart healthy, gutloving, and appeals to just about everyone!

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almond bread

Remarkably simple to make – and quick – this microwave mini almond bread recipe is an alternative to store bought bread, high in fiber, rich in protein, and has far less sugar than most of the things you find on the shelf.

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breakfast bowl

The ultimate breakfast bowl for gut health, built on the four pillars of Golden Goddess eating habits. To start your day with a powerful, tasty meal, look no further!

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Moist, delicious, super simple Banana Cacao Muffins are here!These are perfect for on the go breakfast for the kiddos. No refined sugars and loaded with healthy fats that will satisfy you and your kids. They won’t even notice that they are not loaded with preservatives and other additives like the store bought ones.

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salad in a jar

As many of you know I am all about stress-free, healthy eating and meal prepping to ensure that we are prepared for a chaotic week when we do not have time to cook. Ideal balanced meals will have a combination of fiber, greens, healthy fats, and clean protein. Many of my clients worry about not having healthy meals prepared for the week ahead. Here are 2 easy, quick and delicious salad- spirations, as well as one breakfast in a jar that will be perfect for your busy week ahead.

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This dark chocolate gluten free granola is super simple to make with only 9 ingredients and roughly 30 minutes to make. The best part is that you only need to use one bowl.

My kids are addicted to this granola because it is:

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Now that the holidays are behind us – and we have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves – it’s time to get back on track. The increased alcohol and sugar we ate during the holidays has likely created some inflammation within our gut, and it takes some time to diminish. We need to help it along by eating a wide range of vegetables, fiber, clean protein, and healthy fats…

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The truth is we all want beautiful and radiant skin. Right? Well, the old saying, “You are what you eat” may actually have some truth to it. There are many factors that contribute to glowing skin that everyone strives for, including but not limited to genetics. Often the causes of acne and dark circles are more than skin deep.

 

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