A family favorite– I recreated my mom's recipe to make it dairy-free and refined sugar-free.
Batter recipe 👇
1/4c + 1tbsp almond milk
3 large organic eggs
1/2tbsp cinnamon powder
3tsp coconut sugar or muscovado
A dash of salt
1tsp maca powder– optional
5 slices wholegrain bread
Coconut oil– I use EVCO
In a mixing bowl, whisk in all ingredients together.
Dip a slice of bread into the batter, soaking both sides. Heat up a pan and add in a little bit of coconut oil. Lay bread on the pan for a few mins. until toasted. Flip the bread and toast the other side.
Serve on a plate with maple syrup, and your choice of fruits and spreads 🍯 🍇🍎 serves 5.
• Warming spice cinnamon stimulates digestion
• Superfood maca powder as an adaptogen for stress and hormonal balance– read more on 'Maca Herb Profile" on @wellnessmama
Passe para o lado e veja a fofura do nosso Pão D’ouro. Você consegue provar ele no nosso Misto e pode encomendar para levar para casa. Ele foi feito para acompanhar você em todas as refeições que você aprecia comer pão, rico em densidade nutritiva ele une o prazer e a alegria que sentimos quando nos deparamos com heranças do que foi feito “em casa”! Peça o seu! 💕♥️ #padocaogrão#bread#handmade#athome#passion#healthlifestyle#beyou#betrue#foodtherapy
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True Blue Butcher & Table is excited to reopen our doors to the community! We are working hard with local farmers and fisherman to bring our neighborhood back together through good food and drink.
Our hours of operation this week will be Thursday-Sunday 5pm-9pm and Sunday brunch 10:30am-2:30pm. We will have a limited menu for this week and will resume our regular business hours starting next Tuesday.
Our staff is excited to serve our city.
We are strong, we are resilient, we are True Blue!
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Two of the Jackson clans’s favorite things right here! 🥑🥒 - - This turned into avocado toast for all, cucumbers dipped in lemon dill hummus, a side of fruit, a few turkey roll ups and bon appetit!!
Eating healthy is actually quite delicious and fun! Just have to find your favorites and keep it simple!😋
Onions are not something I typically write a post about. But today it seemed fitting. Last night I had several dreams that are still on my mind today. Some were downright strange, and some were thought provoking. All of them (that I remember) involved family. One in particular was about a family gathering similar to the reunions we used to have but the park we were in was more vibrant than before. The grass was greener. The trees were full and beautiful with birds and butterflies flying around. The lake was clean and washing waves against the shore. Kids were playing. People were talking. It all felt so peaceful, and fun. And then there were the onions.
I love onions, all types of onions. I could eat them in just about anything or right by themselves. At this family gathering I was searching for the onions that were almost always on the table (usually with pickles). My cousin Molly saw me looking and asked what I was looking for. When I told her onions she looked at me with sadness on her face and said that she didn’t think onions would be available anymore. I gave her a shocked look and asked why. It was at that moment that my Aunt Sue (Molly’s Mama) walked up to me with a huge bag of purple onions. My mama was close behind her smiling. Aunt Sue gave me the bag and said as long as I remembered the taste and the smell of the onions I could imagine them at anytime and anyplace and they would be with me whenever I wanted. My Aunt blew me a kiss, my Mama smiled, and they were gone.
Now you may think this is a very strange dream, and it is a little. But to me it was a reminder of all the good times shared with family and more importantly, a reminder that my Aunt Sue and my Mama (and so many more) are STILL looking out for me. Isn’t it amazing how something as simple as an onion can make you think of loved ones you miss? And make you feel happy about the great times shared. Another reminder to focus on life fully.
Blessed to have shared a piece of my art with beautiful souls from McAllen. 🗿🗿🗿🗿 This couldn't have possible without @_flacucho 🎧
Thank you an amazing opportunity!
We are currently working on details for future events in McAllen; Stay tuned! 📹
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went to the grocery yesterday to buy all the greens.. come home and made cookies..🤷🏼♀️ it’s like a mini delicious apple crumble in a hearty cookie form. so many fresh, local apples around I just had to!
1 cup walnuts (or pecans)
2 cups oats
1/4 cup flaxseed
1/4 cup coconut flakes
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/3 cup melted coconut oil
1/3 cup raw organic honey
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp nutmeg
1/4 tsp cardamom
1/4-1/3 cup chopped apple
in a blender or food processor, combine the top 4 ingredients into a flour like consistency. add the rest of the ingredients and stir or blend into a dough, folding in the apples last by hand. Bake at 350 for 10ish minutes.