- 3 fried eggs
- Sugar-free bacon
- tuna salad with pecans
- Grilled chicken, broccoli, and potatoes
Only 10 days left! Unbelievable!
I feel awesome, and yesterday I even got a complement from a complete stranger about how “perfect” my complexion is (:
*Clarifying butter takes the milk solids out of the butter making it essentially dairy-free and 100% Whole 30 compliant!
Another health resolution Blaine and I set for ourselves this year is to limit our “food outings” to once every other week. Tonight was our night out and we shared a giant steak (:
Hi ho! Hi ho!
Back to work again! I nanny a sweet little boy Wednesday-Friday from 7am-3pm. I am gone half the day so I need to grab a quick breakfast in the morning and pack a lunch. Today through Friday I will include “to-go” meals that may take a little bit of prep, but are easy to pull together and stay yummy until lunch time!
Chop 1 small head of cauliflower into florets. Add to a large blender and cover with water. Pulse until cauliflower looks like rice. Strain “rice” and press dry with layers of paper towels! (see video on my facebook)
Heat olive oil in skillet on medium heat, add chopped onions and sauteé until they are tender. Add riced cauliflower and cook until cauliflower is tender. Turn burner on high heat and add peas, carrots, and coconut aminos and cook 5 minutes more while stirring.
Recipes featured: chicken salad
Happy first Monday of 2015! I hope everyone is starting the year off right with a positive outlook on life and determination to enjoy the year.
For me and Blaine, we are taking on another Whole 30 Challenge in hopes to detox from Christmas feasting (and candy,) and to get our brains back on the track of eating real, God-made food.
If you click on the link above, you can read all about the Whole 30 program and how it’s supposed to work.
Here are the very basic rules of the challenge:
I have done 2 previous Whole 30 Challenges and I guess you could call me a little obsessed. The way I feel and the things I learn are what makes this “diet” so great. I’ve had a lot of people ask about the challenge, many interested in taking it themselves.
So here I am, documenting the way I eat for the next 30 days. I really hope that these meals, photos, and recipes inspire you to eat foods that are beneficial to your body and health. Hopefully this will be a guide for many of you to follow on your own journey (:
Method: Add all ingredients in a large jar or measuring bowl. Blend with a stick blender! I wish I could recommend a different method for this, but the stick blender is the only surefire way to get mayo 99% of the time. BE SURE the stick blender is touching bottom of jar and leave it that way for 20 seconds as you blend. After 20 seconds, slowly pull the blender upward until all the oil is turned to mayo!
Paleo Hacks’ Crockpot Beef Stew- http://blog.paleohacks.com/quick-easy-crockpot-beef-stew/
So excited to share this journey with you all!
Again, if you have questions about the Whole 30 Program, visit their website at http://www.whole30.com!
Thanks for the encouragement!
Kaitie Holley, housewife