Breast Milk Recipes

For all the mommies that have been following me (dads too!) I’m back today to share another amazing way to use breast milk in the first months of your child’s life. Whether you are planning to follow baby led weaning or plan to stick to traditional pureed foods, eating solids are an important milestone inContinue reading “Breast Milk Recipes”

Shake-it, it’s mojito time!

Last month I attended a really fun cocktail-making event with one of my best friends. Shake n’ Make was presented by Finka Table & Tap, Chat Chow, and The Doral Yard. As we arrived we were sat at our own socially-distance picnic table underneath the outdoors tent at The Doral Yard. In front of usContinue reading “Shake-it, it’s mojito time!”

Sir Earl Palmer

Who doesn’t love an Arnold Palmer? And no, I don’t mean the Arnold Palmer the pro golfer although I’m sure he’s a great man. I mean the tea, you know, 1/2 lemonade + 1/2 tea= so good!! My cocktail is inspired by this. Made with 2 of my favorite beverages; earl grey tea and ginContinue reading “Sir Earl Palmer”

Did someone say Bacon?

Okay so I know what you’re thinking, and your right I usually don’t blog about food well I have never blogged about food. But after learning that today is National Bacon Day I had to share my candied bacon recipe with you. This candied bacon is sure to be a hit on game night, movieContinue reading “Did someone say Bacon?”

29 -Dia de Ñoquis.

La costumbre Argentina se remonta al siglo VIII en la región del nordeste de Italia de Veneto. Según cuenta la leyenda, cuando el joven y mártir San Pantaleón pasaba sus días predicando y curando enfermos en esa localidad, todo vestido con andrajos, un dia 29 tocó a la puerta de una familia de pescadores queContinue reading “29 -Dia de Ñoquis.”

Santa Would Love One

Not sure how I obtained a subscription to Southern Living Magazine, I have been getting it in the mail at least for the last 6 months. I have to say, I have enjoyed flicking though, turning the glossy pages, reading the good articles BUT best of all – the fabulous recipes! I stumbled on thisContinue reading “Santa Would Love One”

The Brownie and the Ice Cream

To celebrate National Brownie Day I hit the endless pages of Pinterest to find this recipe from bakerbynature.com . The title reads ‘The Best Cocoa Fudge Brownies’, and is it really ‘The Best’?? OH YES IT IS MY FRIENDS!! Head over to her page to get the recipe. She describes them as: shiny, crispy, andContinue reading “The Brownie and the Ice Cream”

Nuts About Nuts

This nut bar is the perfect snack, dessert, or side. Full of metabolism boosting and brain fueling coconut oil and cacao nibs, enzyme rich honey, and nuts and seeds full of minerals, fiber, and protein to fuel your body and support healthy skin, goji berries as anti inflammatory and for glowing skin. And a handfulContinue reading “Nuts About Nuts”

Pumpkin Spice Enzyme Mask

It’s fall everyone, and everything pumpkin is in season. I enjoy all things pumpkin. Pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin-flavored pancakes, pumpkin ice cream, and a really good pumpkin enzyme mask. Here is a recipe for a pumpkin enzyme mask that is sure to leave you glowing!  Here’s what you need:  ¼ cup of pumpkin puree 1Continue reading “Pumpkin Spice Enzyme Mask”