Affectionately known as “goth balls” — here’s another spooky Halloween snack. I don’t love energy bites that are date-based, and they all seem to be, so I whipped up my own batch with the jar of black sesame paste I still have yet to finish.
I’m really getting into the hokey Halloween recipes this year. And with a jar of black sesame paste to use up, you better believe there’s more spooky goth treats coming your way.
The title of this recipe is a mouthful, but you won’t care when… you get a mouthful. *badum chhh* I’ll be here all weekend, folks.
This is a pretty simple recipe and, as usual, meal preppable! It’s a good transition into fall, when Autumn Equinox has passed and you want to wear sweaters and boots but you can still sunbathe on the lawn. Best of both worlds, IMO!
Chickpeas are like cashews to me, in that they’re so versatile and you can use them in so many applications! You can make hummus, roast it for a snack, throw it on a salad, scramble it up like eggs, make a soy-free miso paste if you’re crafty (and patient), have it in pasta form, make falafel… we don’t often think of them as a dessert ingredient though. Aside from dessert hummus (don’t knock it til you try it), we can also make gluten-free blondies with chickpeas!
You’ve probably heard the phrase EAT THE RAINBOW! Not to be confused with Skittles’ “Taste the Rainbow” slogan… this is the exact opposite of eating chemical/sugar-laden candies. It’s about having a variety of natural colors in our diet, because the more color means the more phytonutrients, and the more phytonutrients, the better for our bodies!
It’s inevitable that shifting your lifestyle will invite questions and opinions from anyone and everyone, whether they have any business discussing it or not. Making positive changes can be difficult as it is, especially if you’re trying to undo decades-long habits, so it’s important to guide friends and family on how they can support you.Continue reading
You know how much I love meal prep, and this recipe is a perfect summer meal to have ready when you come home from a day at the beach! Bonus points if you have a grill to toss the burgers on and really take advantage of the outdoors before the cold eventually creeps in.
It seems like every other day there is something new to be angry about, and I’m not even talking about the political climate. I’m talking about the body climate. Diet culture. Faux body positivity and internalized fatphobia.
This was a recipe I made for my ebook, the 10-Day Energy-Boosting Meal Plan. It was one of the first big things I did with my business and I’m still really proud of it. It was 31 pages! With 20 of my own recipes! And I took all the photos with my phone.