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Healthy Double Chocolate Muffins

As a mom one of the biggest struggles during the school year is keeping lunch packing fun and fresh. I use to struggle hard with wondering what the heck to pack in my kids lunches. My goal this year was to avoid packaged snacks and lunch options to not only know what is in their food but to also help with environmental waste. In turn this has allowed me to save money on our groceries as well. A lot of the processed snacks can add up!

We buy bananas every week and if we ever have any really ripe ones left that always equals fresh muffins. We try to avoid food waste by using up what we can. So a few weeks ago I had some really ripe bananas and created this awesome recipe for school lunches and an after school snack. They were such a hit with the neighbourhood kids that they disappeared right away. In that moment I knew I had to share this recipe with all of you. I know it’s May and we are nearing the end of the school year and this is usually when our lunch creativity is at it’s lowest, so hopefully this recipe helps you out moms.

If you are not a mom and pack lunches for kids I am happy to say these are kick ass snacks for adults too!

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Healthy Chocolate Doughnuts

Have your cake and eat it too with this healthier dessert alternative.

I am scheduling this weeks blog post on Good Friday this year so you can have a day or two to whip these doughnuts as a healthy dessert for Easter if you celebrate this Holiday. This recipe is in my cookbook but we like to decorate them up for Holidays and wanted to share this with all of you. I know not everyone celebrates Easter but I do know most people love a healthy chocolate recipe, so either way - enjoy!

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Cauliflower Rice Stirfry

Spring is here and with the change of the seasons our food preferences and cravings change too. It is a perfect time to spring clean your body with real food., I like to call it a real food reset (as mentioned in the Detox Stew posted a few weeks back).  This is one of my favourite real food recipes as it is quick to make, filling and loaded with nutrients and super foods. You can serve it up hot or cold. I love using cauliflower rice it's an easy swap to lower calories but still fuel and fill your body with awesomeness.

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Chicken Detox Stew

Spring is in the air and that vibe always brings about a good Spring cleaning in our home. Along with cleaning out the house I do love a good real food reset to help facilitate a detox within our bodies.

People often think a detox means picking up a detox pill package or a special tea. A healthy detox is all about resetting, resting and nourishing the body from the inside out. At the same time eliminating any toxins or foods that can hinder the body’s natural detoxification process.

It’s about adding in foods that nourish our body and our cells. In this recipe, broccoli works to help detoxify the body it has a high amount of fiber, which allows you to feel full and it also works to keep your blood sugar low and balance between meals. This super veg also contains antioxidants and phytonutrients, which improves the detox process in your body and helps to eliminate other toxins.

I am working on putting together a 7-21 day real food reset detox program that will be coming out at the end of the month so if you feel like you could use a reset keep an eye out for it.

This is one of the recipes that will be in the program, it’s quick and easy to make and feels like comfort food warming you from the inside out. A perfect dish to add into your Sunday meal prep, we like to individually portion in containers for a delish grab and go lunch.

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Butter Chick'n

Here is a recipe for our kid approved new family fav Butter Chick’n. Lately we have been trying to have food themed nights on the weekend when we have more time to cook and eat together. This recipe also freezes really well so it’s a great meal to add to your Sunday meal prep session.

Keep reading for this easy and delish dinner recipe.

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Homemade Energy Bars

Energy and granola bars are quick grab and go snacks, that are easy to pack. We rely on them all the time in our household. However a lot of store bought options are often not healthy and can be loaded with sugar, added preservatives and or artificial ingredients.

Grab the recipe to make these healthy nut and seed bars.

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How to Build A Nourishing Buddha Bowl

I am obsessed with bowls and I have been for awhile, they seem to be all the rage lately. Why? ummm...because they are simple to make, versatile, and loaded with nutrient dense foods that fall inline with a fun healthy eating lifestyle. Oh and they look pretty rad too!!!

Want to learn how to make them? Keep reading to find out all the tips, tricks and creative ways you can build a bowl. I even included my bowl meal prep tips so you can whip up your lunches for the week.

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