These addictive, protein rich bon-bon like balls are moist with great texture and very little sugar. Unlike most “Energy Ball” recipes, they contain no coconut oil whatsoever, keeping the fat content low. The crunch from rough chopped nuts is balance by the sweet chew of dried fruit and (quick cooking) oats. They satisfy the midday munchies with guilt free nutrition. And when kept in a sandwich bag in my purse, they make a happy girl out of my perpetually HANGRY niece!Read More
These scones are buttery, light, and perfect to include with your weekend breakfast spread. I add surprisingly little sugar to the dough, so most of their sweetness comes from what I consider to be the best frozen
blueberries on the market today.
As the wife of a Travel Tech, I do everything I can to make life a bit easier for my hard working hubby. More often than he’d prefer, Frankie can be stuck in a case for hours upon hours, watching “lunch time” come and go without being able to scrub out and take a break. […]Read More
In my never-ending quest to make breakfast yummy, easy, and ready-to-eat, my loaf pan has been getting a workout! I am not a fan of making breakfast in the morning, but I wake up hungry as all heck EVERY day. I’m also really picky about what I eat. I don’t do cereal! It’s just boring […]Read More
When my Hubby and I lived in the hilly city of San Francisco, he loved to skateboard to work; work being the Nuero-Interventional Department at the local hospital. Yeah, picture it a 5 foot 7 burly biker-looking guy, with fully tattooed legs, dressed in scrubs gliding up and down the hills on a Sector 8 […]Read More