My boys love Sweet Potato Hash for breakfast but frankly, I’m kind of tired of it, so last weekend I decided to make my pile of freshly grated potatoes into sweet potato pancakes, or latkes if you will. We topped the savory sweet cakes with bacon and fried eggs. Yum.
I will admit that I live in a paleo bubble of sorts. As a trainer for Norcal I am surrounded by a huge community of friends who generally all eat paleo too. When Robb Wolf and Nicki Violetti happen to be the folks you work for, that’s just kind of how it is… Which by the way, if you haven’t yet pre-ordered Robb’s book– I strongly suggest you
Who doesn’t want cupcakes for breakfast? Really, if you had the option and you knew you wouldn’t end up on a sugar rushed carb crashed stomach turned bathroom fest, wouldn’t you go for it? Well, now you can have cupcakes for breakfast or at least little mini crust-less quiches that are shaped like cupcakes and like my good friend Natalie said, (amazing athlete, trainer, and
If I had a dollar for every time someone has asked me, “What do you feed your kids when eating Paleo?” I would be a gazillionaire… The short answer is, they eat what I make – and what I allow in my house. If you only have healthy options available in YOUR house, there will not be any need for arguing, negotiating, begging, or pleading. ALL the food
Ever notice how GIANT conventionally farmed apples are? Check out the picture of an organic apple purchased from our local farmer next to a hard boiled egg. This is what a real apple should look like, not the bowling ball apples you’ll find at the local supermarket… Here are a couple of super easy recipes and a picture of a quick snack that I go to
I love eggs but sometimes the same old scramble gets kind of boring. This is when my family turns to the beloved frittata. Making a frittata is easy, can be made a million ways, can feed a crowd, and makes eggs exciting again! Here is one of my favorite frittata recipes: 6 bacon strips 1 diced red bell pepper 1 diced medium red onion 2 big handfuls of
Missing pancakes? Look no further!! Almond meal cakes are easy, yummy, and will keep nicely for a few days in the fridge for quick snacking – and kids like them too! Here is my recipe: 2 cups of almond meal, 3 eggs, 1/2 can of coconut milk, a big drizzle of either walnut oil or coconut oil, 2 apples grated, and a whole lot of cinnamon. Mix
Breakfast today was leftover beef stew from last night, hard-boiled eggs, and avocado. Lunch was salmon patties from Costco – heat for 3 min on each side in a skillet with olive oil. I made “fish tacos” out of the patties with romaine lettuce leaves, diced tomatoes, broccoli slaw, a little mayo, and some hot sauce. Rowan looks scared of the taco, but he chowed