This beet and berry smoothie is made with 5 healthy & vibrant ingredients that will make you glow from the inside out. Vegan, paleo friendly, and whole30 compliant – it’s a crazy delicious way to start your day with a healthy dose of both fruit and veggies!
Umm HII snowy-slushy-cold-grey February in Seattle – I think you need a glowing glass of this vibrant beet and berry smoothie.
Featuring all the good things to make you feel alive inside – beets, berries, whole citrus fruit, bananas and H20 baby. Because hydration makes the rockin’ world go round. And also makes our bodies very very happy.
Mexican roasted cauliflower might just become your new favorite veggie side dish. Cauliflower florets tossed with some flavorful spices and roasted until crispy and caramelized, served with a healthy squeeze of lime juice, cilantro, red onion, and maybe even some avocado for good measure. Gluten free, paleo, vegan, AND whole30 friendly!
I don’t know about you guys, but if you’re anything like me, you go crazy for just about any roasted vegetable. And roasted cauliflower has always been on the top of my list. There’s something about the way it gets all crispy, tender, sweet, and salty at the same time that makes it straight up IRRESISTIBLE to dig into.
When roasting cauliflower I usually go for the classic combo of avocado oil with salt and pepper, just because it’s easy and also totally freaking delicious. I have definitely been known to roast and devour a whole head of cauliflower solo style, but sometimes dinner deserves to be made a little more special by stepping the flavor up a notch (or two!).
This mexican roasted cauliflower does exactly that. By adding just a few little extra spices and garnishes you take a side dish that is already pretty much the best thing ever to the next level of DELICIOUS.
Dairy free collagen hot chocolate – aka the coziest winter drink! A hot chocolate that is actually good for you because it’s made with real ingredients that are nutrient dense and nourishing. Paleo, with a vegan option – and low carb if you substitute with a low carb sweetener. Easy to make and oh-so-delicious!
Ohh man. This collagen hot chocolate! It’s so so good you guys and I am beyond excited to be sharing the recipe with you. It’s creamy, chocolatey, and just the right amount of decadent.
In all honesty I haven’t always been the biggest fan of hot chocolate. Something about a typical version always seems to give me a tummy ache and so I just sort of steer clear of it. When it’s too sweet, made with dairy, additives and artificial flavors my body just says NOPE.
Can you guys relate?
It wasn’t that I didn’t like the IDEA of hot chocolate. It’s just that the ingredients never really vibed that well with me.
That is until I started making this yummy AF version. It’s perfect because you can make it as sweet as you like, with whatever type of natural sweetener that works for you. I usually use maple syrup because – YUM, but coconut sugar and honey are also super good. The choice (slash what you have available in your pantry 😂) is yours.