DIY Hand Sanitizer

You’ve been hearing a lot lately about the precautions you and your loved ones can and should take to keep healthy. Hand sanitizer, in particular, has never been more popular, since it’s been widely documented as one of the best ways to protect yourself on-the-go. I’ve never been a big fan of hand sanitizer (in theory, it kills both the good and the bad germs), but sometimes we gotta do what we gotta do! Nothing’s more important than keeping ourselves and the people we love healthy, right?

Spraying a bottle of homemade hand sanitizer

How to Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer

Before we go much further… I want to remind you that washing your hands in the sink with soap and water is still always, always, always going to be your best option. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say so, and I’m all about trusting the experts! I also love my clean, safe hand soap from Beautycounter, which makes washing my hands an even nicer experience.

But let’s get real: you aren’t always going to have easy access to a sink and soap, and unfortunately, the moments when those things aren’t available can definitely be the same moments when you feel like you need them the most! 

If you and your loved ones are out shopping, traveling, or doing other activities in public, you’re bound to feel like you need a quicker fix, especially during cold and flu season or the spread of more serious diseases like Covid-19. When you’re out and about, you shouldn’t wait until you get home to fight germs on your hands. If soap and water aren’t available, you should use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.

Homemade hand sanitizer in bottles.

Hand sanitizer is a quick, convenient solution that’s easy to travel with and can reduce the number of microbes and germs on your hands, according to the CDC. Store-bought, scientifically-formulated hand sanitizers are a solid next option when you can’t wash your hands with soap and water. 

If you’re having trouble tracking down hand sanitizer at the store, you can make your own. While this can work in a pinch, it’s still not as reliable as the store-bought kind, in which all of the chemicals are perfectly proportioned. So make sure you do your due diligence with measurements!

Squirting aloe vera gel into measuring cup.

That being said, making your own DIY hand sanitizer is a simple process that only requires a few ingredients (although you can add a few others for extra benefits). And since many mainstream hand sanitizers contain dangerous fragrances and an antibiotic compound called triclosan that the FDA has raised concerns about, you’re probably better off making your own, anyway. 

What You Need to Make it

The Process

  1. Start by sanitizing all of your tools (glass bottles/squeeze tubes, liquid measuring cup, and a spatula) in hot water or a dishwasher. There’s no point in making something that’s meant for sanitizing in an unsanitary way!
  2. Put the rubbing alcohol and aloe vera gel in the bowl and mix thoroughly with the spatula. (If you’d prefer, you can put the ingredients directly into a jar or the bottle and shake it.) 
  3. Add your desired add-ins.
  4. Use the funnel to carefully pour the sanitizer into your bottle. 

How it Differs from Store-Bought Hand Sanitizer

As we’ve been using the hand sanitizer over the last week we’ve noticed that the aloe vera doesn’t stay homogenized very well. To counteract this we shake up the bottle each time we’re going to use it. Keep in mind when you put this together that this DIY hand sanitizer has minimal ingredients, with the most important one being the alcohol. If your aloe does separate, this isn’t a concern, it merely means it isn’t blending well. Shake it to the best of your ability, but don’t sweat it, as long as you’ve got the alcohol you are good to go. We realize this isn’t a perfection solution and isn’t an exact replica of buying factory made hand sanitizer, but this has been so helpful for us since we cannot purchase it in the store, and we hope it will for you too.

Additional Add-Ins

Here are some other optional ingredients you can add to make it nicer to use! However be careful of how many additional products you add-in as it could dilute the alcohol. Keep in mind you need at least 60% alcohol in the solution.

Essential Oils:Different essential oils can add different properties to your hand sanitizer. Oils like tea tree, thyme, and clove have antimicrobial, antibacterial properties to help the sanitizer work even harder. Add just one or two drops of those oils to your mixture.

Gentle essential oils like lavender or chamomile can have a soothing effect on your skin and can be used in a slightly larger quantity — three to five drops. For a natural fragrance, you can also add five drops of lemon or orange essential oil! Safe essential oils should be labeled as wildcrafted, organic, and extracted without solvents.

Vitamin E Oil: Mixing in five drops of vitamin E oil will make your hands a little softer! 

Dropping in essential oils in measuring cup.

How long does it last?

Homemade hand sanitizer can be used effectively for up to twelve months, but don’t use it as a substitute for washing with soap and water! That should still be your family’s primary mode of washing up whenever possible. DIY hand sanitizer can also freeze and make a mess, so be sure to take it out of your car if temperatures are getting especially chilly.

Moisturize

Hand sanitizer, especially alcohol-based can be drying on your hands, so make sure to moisturize!

A bottle of homemade hand sanitizer with a label.

Wash up, everyone, and stay healthy!


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DIY Hand Sanitizer

While hand sanitizer isn't the best option for getting rid of germs, sometimes it's the only option. Making DIY hand sanitizer is easy and quick to do!


Yields 4 ounces
Prep Time 5 minutes

Total Time 5 minutes


Difficulty: Easy
Author: Lexi
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Ingredients

  • 6 tablespoons 99% isopropyl alcohol (see note)
  • 2 tablespoons aloe vera gel
  • 8-10 drops of essential oil (optional)
  • 5 drops vitamin E oil

Directions

  1. Sanitize all equipment that will come into contact with the sanitizer either by running it in a dishwasher or boiling for 5 minutes (take care to only boil heat safe items).
  2. Either mix together ingredients in a sanitized bowl with a non-metal utensil, or add the ingredients to your destined sanitizer container and mix it up.

Recipe Notes

  • If you are using a 70% isopropyl alcohol you need to change the proportions to this:
    • 7 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon of 70% isopropryl alcohol
    • 2 teaspoons aloe vera gel

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These Gluten Free Graham Crackers are simple to prepare and made with good-for-you ingredients. They can be eaten on their own, served with a fruit salad or crushed up and used as a graham cracker crumb crust! They’re gluten-free, refined sugar free and made in 1 bowl!

Gluten Free Graham Cracker Recipe

If you are thinking that all graham crackers are created equal, then we’re here to tell you that you need to try these homemade Gluten Free Graham Crackers and you’ll know they aren’t! Homemade always beats out store-bought, but often times homemade snack recipes can feel complicated. These graham crackers are the exception! They’re made in 1 bowl, with a handful of ingredients and are a delicious and nutrient-dense alternative to store-bought. They are sweetened just right, and have a nuanced flavor thanks to the addition of flax seed and coconut sugar. 

They would be a fun baking project to bake with the kids as well! And the resulting cracker can be eaten on its own, used in a dip or ground up and used as a graham cracker crust. What do you think, ready to make them?!

Tips on Making Gluten Free Graham Crackers

This dough is pretty easy to work with and roll out, but here are a few tips to make sure you are successful!

Recipes to Pair

While they are yummy to eat all on their own, these gluten-free crackers can be used in a few other ways as well. You can use them to dip into a sweet cookie dough dip, or paired with a sweet fruit salad. Add them to a charcuterie board for a lightly sweet component or grind them up and use as a graham cracker crust.

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These Gluten Free Graham Crackers are simple to prepare and made with good-for-you ingredients. They can be eaten on their own, served with a fruit salad or crushed up and used as a graham cracker crumb crust! They're gluten-free, refined sugar free and made in 1 bowl!


Yields about 30 crackers
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Recipe Type: Snack
Cuisine Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Paleo
Difficulty: Easy
Author: Lexi's Clean Kitchen
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Ingredients

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 300ºF and position an oven rack in the center of the oven. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. In a mixing bowl, whisk together almond flour, flax, 1 tablespoons coconut sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and salt.
  3. Add the butter to the dry ingredients and using your hands rub the butter into the mix until it is completely combined, with no visible pieces of butter remaining. Add the beaten egg to the dough and mix together until completely combined.
  4. Place the ball of dough in the center of the lined baking sheet and cover with a second piece of parchment paper. Using a rolling pine, roll out the dough into a rectangle that’s approximatly ⅛” - 1/16” inch thick.
  5. Using a pizza cutter, slice the dough into squares. If you end up with leftover scraps of dough, gather them up and repeat steps 3 and 4.
  6. Sprinkle the dough with the remaining sugar and cinnamon.
  7. Bake for 15-20 minutes, until golden brown and crispy.
  8. Store crackers in an air tight bag or container for up to 3 days.

Recipe Notes

  1. Want to make a gluten-free graham cracker crust? Grind these up! Check out this post for how to put it together.

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Spicy Chicken In Tomato Sauce {Low-carb, paleo-friendly, Whole30 compliant, 30 minutes or less} | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

This Quick Spicy Italian Chicken in Tomatoes is such a simple and quick weeknight dinner, that is packed with so much flavor! There is option to turn up, or eliminate the heat of the dish, but either way it’s delicious. Serve these chicken breasts in tomato sauce alongside roasted green beans and you have yourself a perfect low-carb, paleo-friendly, Whole30 approved meal that takes under 30 minutes to prepare! Talk about a WIN!

Chicken breast in tomato sauceQuick Cooked Chicken Breast in Tomato Sauce

Easy weeknight dinners are THE BEST! This quick cooking Spicy Italian Chicken in Tomatoes is a super delicious dinner to cook when you have less than 30 minutes to get food on the table and you are relying on pantry staples!

We made this low carb by serving it with roasted green beans, but if you want to go a little heavier with the carbs and have a little bit more time on your hands you can serve it with roasted potatoes, rice or pasta.

Chicken breast cooked in tomato sauceWant to make this easy chicken and tomato recipe without the spice?

We love spice, but not everybody does, especially if you are serving kids at the table. Feel free to omit the red pepper flakes in this dish, or lower the heat by adding in just half.

Ingredients Needed to Make this Italian Chicken in Tomatoes:

You can also substitute whatever seasonal veggies you have on hand to roast as well. Cauliflower would be great here, as would zucchini or eggplant.

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Yield 2
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes



Author: Lexi
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Ingredients

Roasted Green Beans

Directions

  1. Heat extra-virgin olive oil in a large sauté pan over medium-high heat.
  2. Pat chicken dry. Season with Italian seasoning, sea salt, and pepper on both sides.
  3. Gently place chicken in pan. Let sear for about 3-4 minutes on each side, until all sides are nicely browned.
  4. Add crushed garlic and onion to the pan and sauté for 2 minutes or until the onions turn translucent.
  5. Lower heat to medium-low and add in tomatoes, basil, red pepper flakes if using, and salt and pepper to taste. Simmer for 8-10 minutes or until sauce has reduced and the chicken is fully cooked through.
  6. While sauce is simmering, pre-heat the oven to 350 ℉. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Toss green beans in olive oil, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, sea salt, and pepper. Bake green beans for 10-15 minutes or until fully cooked through. When done, set aside until chicken has finished cooking.
  7. If adding spinach, add to the pan for the last 1-2 minutes of simmering until the spinach has started to wilt.
  8. Remove from heat. Serve hot with roasted green beans!
  9. Green Beans: Pre-heat oven to 350 °F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Toss green beans in garlic powder, salt, pepper, and olive oil. Place on the parchment lined baking sheet. Once oven is pre-heated, bake for 10-15 minutes, or until fully cooked.

Recipe Notes

  • This post was updated in March, 2017

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Quick Spicy Italian Chicken in Tomatoes

We’re deep diving into How to Make Body Scrub and giving you a few options so you can customize your DIY sugar scrub or salt scrub just how you want it! These DIY exfoliating body scrubs take ingredients you likely already have in your kitchen and turns them into a delicious scented scrub that leaves your skin moisturized and smooth, while saving you tons of money by making it at home!

Homemade Body ScrubHow to Make Body Scrub

The LCK team has been using these DIY scrub for a few weeks now and have been loving it. Not only does it smell AMAZING, but it leaves your skin feeling rejuvinated and moisturized.

We love a good deep exfoliation, especially as spring is around the corner and the winter skin is coming in strong! We were in love with our Chocolate Coconut Body Scrub during the holiday season, so we wanted to expand! Making a body scrub at home is so simple and we’re going to give you the details on how to make body scrub using all natural ingredients, many of which can be found inside your pantry right now. You can customize them based off of your skin needs and use up to a few times a week!

Why is it important to exfoliate your skin

A sugar scrub or salt scrub, also known as an exfoliator, is a purchased or homemade product that helps the skin rid the body of dead skin cells that then reveals healthy, glowing skin. While our body naturally sheds dead skin cells, as we age this process slows down and the dead skin can get backed up causing pores to get clogged, and making skin dry, rough, dull and spotty.

What are the benefits of exfoliating

  • Helps remove dead skin cells.
  • Your other products will work better since exfoliating your face eliminates the dead skin on top, it lets your cleanser, moisturizer and other products penetrate more deeply and work better.
  • Can increase blood circulation (which helps you to achieve healthy and glowing skin)
  • Unclog pores from dirt, blackheads, and other surface impurities so that new, healthy skin may flourish!
  • Exfoliating helps skin turn over its top dermal layer more often, so you can address a multitude of problems such as dryness and flakiness.

homemade body scrub for glowing skin

Who benefits from exfoliation?

All skin types can benefit from a body scrub. Your skin type will depend on how often you use it. People with normal/dry skin might use an exfoliator 2-3 times a week, while people with more sensitive skin might use it just once a week. We don’t recommend using this at all on your face. This recipe for body scrub is intended for the body only (as the name suggests!)

Ingredients in a Body Scrub

A lot of commercially produce scrubs and exfoliators include common household ingredients like salt and sugar and oatmeal, but also contain a lot of other ingredients that may or may not be safe for your body. If you already own a body scrub, or have used one in the past you can check it’s safety from this website here. We love the idea of using household ingredients that can exfoliate and moisturize your skin naturally. Plus it’s so much more economical!

Homemade Body Scrub

DIY Body Scrub

Start with a base ingredient, or the main exfoliant, and then add in your oil, followed by a few fun add-in options!

Base:

You can choose between sugar or salt. There are options below for how vigorous you want the exfoliation process to be.

Oils:

These oils or carrier oils help the body scrub apply smoothly and helps moisturize the skin. You can use one of these or do a combination.

  • Almond Oil: This is high in Vitamin E, can protect your skin from harmful UV radiation, and easily penetrates the skin which can help clean out your pores.
  • Jojoba Oil: This oil is similar to the oil naturally found on your skin. It absorbs fairly quickly.
  • Coconut Oil: This oil is an amazing moisturizer and has natural antibacterial properties.
  • Avocado Oil: This is high in Vitamins A, D, and E and can help sooth inflammation.
  • Olive Oil: Commonly found in our kitchens! It is heavier and absorbs slower on the skin. Be sure to use the best possible olive oil you can find (pure/cold pressed/organic).

Add-ins:

Some of these have specific benefits for your skin while others simply add a pleasant scent that can help brighten your day.

DIY body scrub

How to use a body scrub

How to use them: Soften your skinin a warm shower for a few minutes, cleanse your body if desired, and then grab a dollop of the body scrub and gently scrub in a circular motion on clean, rough skin. Rinse completely. Moisturize afterwards! We recommend about once a week, but you can go up to 2-3 times a week to tackle really dry and rough skin.

Can you over exfoliate your skin

Yes, and some skin is more sensitive than others. Aggressive exfoliation can lead to irritated and red skin. We recommend exfoliating 1-3 times a week!

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How to Make Body Scrub



Prep Time 5 minutes

Total Time 5 minutes



Author: Lexi
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Ingredients

  • 1 cup sugar or salt
  • ½ cup oil 
  • Add-ins (use 6-12 drops of essential oils if using, or about 2 teaspoons other add-ins)

Directions

  • In a medium combine all ingredients and mix with a spoon until fully combined.
  • Place gently (do not pack it down) in a jar with a tight fitting lid and use weekly or every few days on body.

Recipe Notes

  1. You can tweak your body scrub depending on how you you want it to feel and smell. 
  2. Don't bring glassware into the shower. A reader wrote to us and shared a story of bring a glass jar in the shower and accidentally dropping it and cutting herself. So we wanted to spell this out that for safety reasons if you are using a glass jar keep it out of the shower. Or use a plastic container.

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How to Make Body Scrub (& Why You Should Exfoliate!)

Homemade Vanilla Extract requires only two ingredients, and we’re going through the step-by-step process of how to make it. It’s better quality than anything you can buy at the store, for less money and it makes a great gift!

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How to Make Homemade Vanilla Extract

Here at LCK, we treat vanilla extract like liquid gold. We love using it in all of our baked goods like muffins, cookies and cakes. A good vanilla extract can make a big difference in a recipe, especially ones that only have a few ingredients in it. The price of vanilla beans fluctuate from year to year, and currently they are trending to be very expensive causing the cost of store-bought vanilla extract to rise. In addition to this, there are often quite a few added ingredients besides vanilla bean in the extract that are questionable. All this being said, it makes total sense to make it at home because Homemade Vanilla Extract is SO EASY to make. All you need are two ingredients (vanilla beans and vodka) and about 10 minutes of time to put together a batch!

We’ve included instructions to make a one cup batch, but this is something that is so easy to double or triple to make a great big batch to last a while, or to give out as gifts during the holidays.

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How Do You Make Homemade Vanilla Extract?

It is so simple! All you need to do is scrape out the beans from 5 vanilla pods (beans) and cut the pods to fit the size of your jar. It is best to use grade B vanilla beans which are better for making extract because they are drier than grade A, which are better for baking with. Place the scraped beans and the cut pods inside of a clean jar and top with 1 cup of alcohol and close with a tight-fitting lid. Scraping the beans leaves the extract with flecks, which we think makes it more authentic, but you can also skip this step and just slice open the beans and place in the jar, or strain it if you don’t want any flecks.

vanilla extract ingredients

What Kind of Alcohol is Used To Make Vanilla Extract?

Any neutral tasting alcohol like vodka is a good choice, but really any 80 proof alcohol like brandy, rum or bourbon is fine so long as you are okay with it imparting a slight flavor. We like to use a gluten-free vodka, like Tito’s.

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How Long Does Homemade Vanilla Extract Last?

The jar sits at room temperature and is ready to use at 6 weeks, though it is best to leave it as long as possible. We’ve tasted it at 6 weeks, when it is similar to store-bought extract, and then at 6 months where it is pretty phenomenal and after a year, it is truly the most amazing extract you have ever smelled. Pure extracted vanilla in alcohol has an indefinite shelf life.

Homemade Vanilla Extract

If you make more than one jar at a time you can make sure you never run out. When one jar starts to get low, place in a few more scraped vanilla beans and top it off with some vodka and set it aside while you start on your second jar.

BONUS: You can also give these out as gifts by purchasing some small jars and putting on a cute label and with some ribbon.

Homemade Vanilla Extract

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Yields 1 cup
Prep Time 10 minutes

Total Time 10 minutes



Author: Lexi's Clean Kitchen
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Ingredients

  • 5 grade B vanilla beans
  • 1 cup gluten-free vodka (We Like Tito's)

Directions

  1. Using a sharp pairing knife, slice vanilla beans in half. Scrape out beans using the back of the knife and place inside of a clean 8 ounce jar. Continue with the remaining vanilla beans. Once they have all been scraped, cut beans in half or to fit jar.
  2. Place cut beans inside the jar and pour in 1 cup of vodka and cover with a tight fitting lid. Let sit at room temperature for at least 6 weeks before use. The longer you let it sit, the more flavor it has.

Recipe Notes

  1. We love to have the flecks of the vanilla beans in the extract, but if you'd like to have a clearer extract you can save the beans for another use, or strain the extract before use.
  2. To make more extract at once, double or triple the recipe.

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Sausage Peppers and Onions | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

This low-carb and keto-friendly Sausage, Peppers, and Onion, one-pan dish is made in just twenty-minutes! Such a perfect sausage and peppers recipe for any night of the week.

How to make Sausage and PeppersSausage, Peppers, and Onions

Did you know that peppers are at their growing season peak right now? I was over at my favorite little farm and they had a bin with the most beautiful looking peppers, so I just had to get a bunch! This dish went over big time here.

This is the EASIEST sausage and peppers recipe! It is made in one skillet, is so flavorful, and you can use chicken sausage, pork sausage, or any sausage you like! I like to find ones with minimal added ingredients.

Chicken Sausage and Peppers with cauliflower rice

It is flavorful, comforting, and just plain delicious with the perfect amount of sauce. A great dish for football Sunday or those nights when you need a quick and easy meal!

How to make Sausage and Peppers

Sausage Peppers and Onions on a plate

You can get creative with how you serve this dish! I love it served over roasted spaghetti squash or cauliflower rice but I bet it would be great with gluten-free pasta or spiralized veggies as well! This sausage and peppers recipe is Paleo friendly, whole30 compliant, dairy-free, grain-free, and no sugar added!

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Sausage, Peppers, & Onions


Yield 4
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes



Author: Lexi
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Ingredients

Directions

  1. Heat extra-virgin olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Once the oil is hot, add garlic and cook for 30 seconds or just until fragrant.
  2. Add sliced onions, bell peppers, and poblano pepper to the skillet; let cook until the onion is translucent.
  3. Add cooked sausage to the large skillet with the peppers and onions and cook for 1-2 minutes.
  4. Pour in diced tomatoes, chicken broth, and spices. Mix well.
  5. Bring to a boil then reduce heat and let simmer for 10 minutes.
  6. Taste and adjust spices as desired.
  7. Serve over spaghetti squash, cauliflower rice, or gluten-free pasta!

Recipe Notes

  • *If you are using uncooked chicken sausage, remove the casing and cook the chicken sausage and garlic together in a medium skillet over medium-high heat until the sausage is brown on both sides. This should take around 5 minutes, stirring often.

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Sausage, Peppers, and Onions

I hope your holiday weekend is wonderful, and filled with tons of love, laughter, and delicious food! Now, you may want to whip this up for your weekend festivities, or keep this in your pocket for next week, and moving forward into January.

We are going to clean up our diets this January (yes, you are joining me!), and that includes looking into the store-bought ingredients we are buying. Store-bought dressings often contain WAY too many ingredients and sugars. Seriously, check out some of those labels next time you’re in the store!  Since every good salad needs a good salad dressing, we need to make a little guide to save for future reference! 

Making your own dressing is easy breezy. It takes under 10 minutes and the options are endless. Today with American Express, let’s build some dressing together!

How To Build The Perfect Salad Dressing

BASE: 

4 Tablespoons Oil:

Extra-virgin olive oil, avocado oil, walnut oil, etc.

 

2-3 Tablespoons Vinegar:

Apple cider vinegar, rice vinegar, red wine vinegar, sherry vinegar, champagne vinegar, balsamic vinegar, etc.

 

FLAVOR OPTIONS: 

1 Teaspoon Sweetener (more as desired):

Raw Honey, Pure Maple Syrup, Coconut Palm Sugar, Maple Sugar.

 

1 Teaspoon Mustard:

Dijon, Grainy, Honey, etc.

 

1/4 Teaspoon (a pinch or two) Dry Herbs of Choice:

Basil, Dill, Rosemary, Cilantro, Parsley, Italian Seasoning, etc.

 

1/3 Teaspoon (a pinch or two/three) Seasoning of Choice:

Garlic, Salt, Pepper, Cayenne, Paprika, poppy seeds, etc.

 

OTHER: 

Lemon juice, lime juice, lemon zest, lime zest, fresh fruit, fruit juice, cinnamon, cocoa powder, fresh garlic cloves, homemade mayonnaise, toasted nuts, shallots, truffle oil, ginger, coconut amino, fresh herbs.


 

Salad dressings are totally customizable based on taste! Maybe you’ll add additional sweetener or vinegar. Maybe you’ll add fresh garlic and mayonnaise and make it creamy. Play around for your perfect dressing.

Try these dressings below! Click the images to see the recipe.

antipastosalad7

HarvestSalad

Lemonvinaigrette2

 leftoverburgersalad3

Watermelonsalad5

StrawberryAsparagusSalad8

GreenGoddessDressing4

Warm Harvest Salad with Walnut Honey Vinaigrette

grilledveggiesalads2

 

 What is your favorite salad dressing?

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Warm Harvest Salad with Walnut Honey Vinaigrette

Warm Harvest Salad with Walnut Honey Vinaigrette 

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Warm Harvest Salad with Honey Walnut Vinaigrette





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Author: Lexi
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Ingredients

  • 1 apple, chopped
  • 1 sweet potato, chopped
  • 1 white or red onion, sliced
  • 1/3 cup golden raisins
  • 1/3 cup chopped walnuts
  • 3 cups fresh organic spinach or kale, more as desired

Honey Walnut Vinaigrette

Directions

  • 1. Preheat oven to 400
  • 2. Line baking sheet with parchment paper or slipat
  • 3. Chop apples, sweet potato, and onions
  • 4. Place on baking sheet and roast for 40 minutes until soft and tender
  • 5. In a high speed blender, combine all dressing ingredients
  • 6. Arrange spinach in a salad bowl
  • 7. Add roasted veggies, apple, walnuts, and golden raisins
  • 8. Drizzle with dressing and serve!
  • Recipe Notes

  • Golden Raisins for Cranberries
  • Walnuts for Almonds
  • Spinach for Kale

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    Warm Harvest Salad with Honey Walnut Vinaigrette

    Savory Sunday is here and today is a perfect and simple slaw for your Thanksgiving meal, or just any day of the week. Savory but sweet and filled with flavors of Fall.. Brussels Sprout Slaw with Cranberries and Crumbled Candied Pecans {and Honey Dijon Cinnamon Vinaigrette}!

    Brussels Sprout Slaw with Cranberries and Crumbled Candied Pecans {and Honey Dijon Cinnamon Vinaigrette}

    Brussels Sprout Slaw with Cranberries and Crumbled Candied Pecans {and Honey Dijon Cinnamon Vinaigrette}

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    In other news…. there has been some great buzz in the LCK world!

    You may or may not have seen recently that I was included in Greatist‘s List of the Top 50 Food Bloggers Making a Difference in Health, Fitness, and Hapiness along side some of my favorite bloggers and friends: Michelle Tam, Danielle WalkerLee HershAngela Liddon, and so many more. I am beyond humbled and honored; it is a great list filled with great bloggers. You check out the full article here!

    You can also read my Q&A feature in Boston Magazine here. In the article I talk about why I changed my diet, how I incorporate my love of art into the blog, my favorite part of LCK (you guys!), the future, and more! Being asked these questions got me thinking about how grateful I am. The support, positive feedback, constant emails from all of you makes me love blogging more and more each day.

     

    Brussels Sprout Slaw with Cranberries and Crumbled Candied Pecans {and Honey Dijon Cinnamon Vinaigrette}

    Weekend Recap:

    This weekend was relaxing and fun.  Friday night Mike and I stayed in; we watched a movie and taste tested my Apple Cider Sangria, for the second time (oops)! I woke up early Saturday to hit the gym, did some cooking, testing, and photographing, and then headed to the mall for some holiday shopping, and and even a little treat for myself!

    At night we went out for dinner to the Elephant Walk in Boston (if you live here or ever come to visit, this restaurant is delicious and has a nice gluten-free menu, too).  We started off with a traditional Cambodian salad, and I ordered sliced pork tenderloin over grilled eggplant and Mike ordered a salmon dish with spicy tomato and chick pea ragout; both dishes were to die for. After our nice dinner we headed to Cambridge, MA to see Biscuits and Gravy, a local Boston band play; a show put on by our good friends!

    And now for today… cooking, photographing, recipe development, cleaning up our apartment, working out, and meal prepping for the week. I have been kicking it into gear with my “Five Weeks Until Christmas Vacation” plan, and am feeling great! A productive yet relaxing weekend on my end.

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    Brussels Sprout Slaw with Cranberries and Crumbled Candied Pecans {with a Honey Dijon Cinnamon Vinaigrette}



    Prep Time 15 min

    Total Time 15 minutes



    Author: Lexi
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    Ingredients

    • 2 lbs brussels sprouts, shredded
    • 1/2 cup pecans
    • 1/2-1 cup dried organic cranberries
    • 1 tbsp raw honey

    Dressing

    Directions

  • Wash and cut of tops of brussels sprouts; slice/shred using a knife or mandolin and place in bowl
  • In a pan, heat pecans for 30 seconds then drizzle raw honey on top; mix well and remove from heat once boiling. Transfer to a flat service lined with a baking mat or parchment paper and let cool
  • Add cranberries to the bowl and once pecans have cooled, chop and add into salad
  • In a bowl whisk together dressing ingredients
  • Pour on top and mix to combine
  • Recipe Notes

    1. Serving size will depend on if you are serving as a side dish or a small appetizer
    2. -Crispy bacon
    3. -Shredded chicken
    4. -Sub cranberries for organic golden raisins or pomegranates

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    One-Pot Lemon Roasted Chicken with Garlic, Capers, and Artichokes - Lexi's Clean Kitchen

    This one-pot Lemon Roasted Lemon Roasted Chicken with Garlic, Capers, and Artichokes is such a flavorful and hearty dish! The perfect dinner for those nights you want as little clean-up as possible! Whole30 compliant, paleo-friendly, nut-free, and egg-free!

    Lemon Roasted Chicken with Garlic, Capers, and Artichokes

    Lemon Roasted Chicken with Garlic, Capers, and Artichokes

    It’s starting to feel like Winter is on the horizon. Heavier jackets have started coming out, and I woke up to a text of a backyard cover in snow this morning! In lieu, this week’s Savory Sunday is here with a cozy Autumn/Winter meal that is loaded with bright and delicious flavors. This dish was a major hit; the chicken fell right off the bones and it is extremely simple to throw together, a one pan wonder! Perfect for a Sunday night family dinner, or a meal prep for your work week.

    Lemon Roasted Chicken with Garlic, Capers, and Artichokes

    How to make roasted chicken

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    Lemon Roasted Chicken {with Garlic, Capers, and Artichokes}


    Yields 4
    Prep Time 5 minutes
    Cook Time 45 minutes
    Total Time 50 minutes



    Author: Lexi
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    Ingredients

    Directions

    1. Preheat oven to 425 °F.
    2. In a medium dutch oven, heat oil over high heat.
    3. Pat chicken dry and season well with salt and pepper. In stages, sear chicken on both sides. Should be around 5 minutes each side.
    4. In a large bowl whisk together lemon juice, lemon slices, artichokes, crushed garlic, Italian seasoning, red pepper flakes, paprika, salt and pepper
    5. Add the seared chicken back into the pan and pour the lemon juice mixture over it. Sprinkle with additional freshly ground pepper, sea salt, and Italian seasoning.
    6. Roast, uncovered, in the oven for 30 minutes, or until the chicken is fully cooked and no pink remains.
    7. Serve hot!

    Recipe Notes

    • *To make the chicken have extra color, broil on high for 1-2 minutes after roasting.

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    Lemon Roasted Chicken with Garlic, Capers, and Artichokes

    Looking for the perfect Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies? These are soft, chewy, chocolate-y, and simply delicious. They are easy to make and are sure to be a hit in your home! You won’t be able to tell that they are gluten-free, grain-free, and paleo-friendly!

    Best paleo chocolate chip cookiesPaleo Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

    A warm chocolate chip cookie dipped in milk (or in my house, almond milk) just feels like home. The smell of cookies baking in your house is heavenly! These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies are a treat, and one that is nutrient-dense with almond flour as it’s base and SO SO delicious.

    What’s in them?

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    Want to make it extra special?

    I like to sprinkle the cookies with a coarse flaky sea salt before baking, because sea salt and chocolate are the ultimate combo in cookies! And Mike LOVES these straight from the freezer! You can store them so you’ll always have a little treat on hand when you are having a craving!

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    Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies


    Yields 7
    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 10 minutes
    Total Time 20 minutes



    Author: Lexi
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    Ingredients

    Directions

    1. Position oven rack to the middle of your oven and preheat oven to 350°F. The middle rack will ensure even baking.
    2. In a medium-sized mixing bowl combine almond flour, coconut flour, baking soda, and salt.
    3. In a small mixing bowl combine egg, honey, butter, and vanilla.
    4. Pour wet ingredients into dry ingredients and mix well.
    5. Drop tablespoons of dough on a parchment lined baking sheet.
    6. Bake for 10 minutes (for soft, slightly undercooked cookies- my favorite!) or 12 minutes (for fully cooked cookies).
    7. Let cool and serve (perhaps with a glass of almond milk)!

    Recipe Notes

    • Using grass-fed butter is my preferred method for delicious copy-cat Tollhouse style cookies, but you can use coconut oil if you are dairy-free.
    • Yields: 14 medium size cookies
    • Images updated in March, 2017.

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    Spaghetti Squash Primavera {Dairy-free, grain-free, paleo-friendly, gluten-free} | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

    This Spaghetti Squash Primavera is the perfect healthier spin on the Italian classic! Loaded with seasonal veggies, protein, and flavorful spices, it is the perfect hearty and nutritious meal for any night of the week! Dairy-free, grain-free, paleo-friendly, and no added sugar!

    Spaghetti Squash Primavera {grain-free, dairy-free option, paleo-friendly} | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

     Spaghetti Squash Primavera

    I love Italian cuisine! I mean who doesn’t love combining meat, fresh vegetables, garlic, oil, and homemade tomato sauce? A ton of the dishes I make are Italian-inspired. This dish fulfills that delicious pasta craving, without the pasta! My version of “pasta” primavera is made with spaghetti squash and is the perfect combination of garlic, spices, meat, and vegetables!

    Spaghetti Squash Primavera {grain-free, dairy-free option, paleo-friendly} | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

     

    Spaghetti Squash Primavera {grain-free, dairy-free option, paleo-friendly} | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

     

    Spaghetti Squash Primavera {grain-free, dairy-free option, paleo-friendly} | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

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    Spaghetti Squash Primavera [VIDEO]


    Yields 4
    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 20 minutes
    Total Time 30 minutes



    Author: Lexi
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    Ingredients

    • 1 Spaghetti Squash
    • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
    • 2 garlic cloves, minced
    • 1 onion, minced
    • 1/3 cup sun-dried tomatoes, soaked in warm water for a few minutes, drained and then roughly chopped
    • 1 cup grape tomatoes, quartered
    • 4 asparagus, sliced thinly
    • 1 head broccoli, sliced into bite-sized florets
    • 1/4 teaspoon ground garlic powder
    • 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes, more to taste
    • Freshly ground pepper, more to tase
    • Fine sea salt, more to taste
    • 2 handfuls fresh organic spinach
    • 1 lb. organic boneless chicken breast, cooked as desired*
    • 10 shrimp, cooked**
    • Optional: 2 tablespoons parmesan cheese

    Directions

    1. Preheat oven to 375 °F.
    2. Roast spaghetti squash.
    3. Heat oil in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add garlic and onion and sauté for 3-5 minutes or until the onion starts to turn translucent.
    4. Add in sun-dried tomatoes, grape tomatoes, asparagus, broccoli and spices. Sauté for 3-5 minutes, or until broccoli and asparagus begin to soften.
    5. Add in spaghetti squash and cook for 1-2 minutes.
    6. Toss in spinach and cook just until the spinach begins to wilt.
    7. Place in desired serving bowls and top with fresh parmesan, chicken, and shrimp. Serve warm.

    Recipe Notes

    • We recommend grilling, pan-frying, or baking your chicken with a generous amount of seasoning. Pat the chicken dry. Rub with sea salt, ground black pepper, and 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder. Either grill or pan-fry for 4 minutes on each side or until cooked through, or bake at 400 degrees °F for 10 minutes or until no pink remains.
    • Cook the shrimp: In a small skillet heat 1 teaspoon oil of choice over medium-high heat. Add in shrimp. Season with sea salt and pepper. Cook for 1-2 minutes on both sides, or until pink and fully cooked.
    • Recipe updated March, 2017.

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    Sweet Potato Buns | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

    These Sweet Potato Buns make for the perfect nutrient-rich bread-alternative! I love how creative you can get with them. Breakfast sandwiches, the traditional BLT, avocado toast… the options are endless!

    Sweet Potato Buns - Lexi's Clean Kitchen

    Sweet Potato Buns are my favorite! You can make them bigger or smaller, you can make them for  breakfast, for lunch, or for dinner! You can make them open face sliders or full sandwiches! So versatile!

    Sweet Potato Buns - Lexi's Clean Kitchen

    Simply roast the sweet potato, load with desired fillings, and DEVOUR! Whole30 compliant, grain-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free!

    Sweet Potato Buns - Lexi's Clean Kitchen

     
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    Sweet Potato Buns



    Prep Time 5 min
    Cook Time 25 min
    Total Time 30 minutes



    Author: Lexi
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    Ingredients

      Sweet Potato Buns

      Make It Into A Breakfast Sandwich

      • Eggs, as desired
      • bacon, cooked
      • baby spinach, wilted

      Directions

      • Preheat oven to 400°F and line baking sheet with parchment paper.
      • Cut sweet potatoes into 1/2 inch thick rounds. Toss with oil, cinnamon, and sea salt.
      • Lie flat on baking sheet and bake for 25 minutes or until fully cooked, flipping over halfway through.

      Recipe Notes

      • *This recipe was updated in March, 2017.

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      Easy Salmon Puttanesca

      I am speechless over this Easy Salmon Puttanesca. The puttanesca sauce is so flavorful and pairs perfectly with the Wild Salmon. I couldn’t get over how simple it was to make! 10 minutes and very little prep work! Such an elegant and flavorful dish for any night of the week! We paired the salmon with sautéd green beans, but you can use any veggies you have on hand!

      Easy Salmon Puttanesca

      Easy Salmon Puttanesca

      I am a big fan of puttanesca sauce and always wanted to make my own version. I am so happy with how this one came out and love saving the extra sauce to use throughout the week! If you are looking for low-carb, simple meals to get you through the week, this is definitely a keeper!

      Easy Salmon Puttanesca

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      Easy Salmon Puttanesca


      Yields 2
      Prep Time 5 minutes
      Cook Time 10 minutes
      Total Time 15 minutes



      Author: Lexi
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      Ingredients

        For the Salmon

        Puttanesca Sauce

        • 2 cloves garlic, minced
        • 1/2 cup sun-dried tomatoes packed in oil, oil removed
        • 2 Roma tomatoes or 1 cup whole peeled plum tomatoes
        • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
        • 1/2 onion, chopped
        • 1/2 tablespoon capers
        • 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
        • 1 teaspoon dried parsley
        • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
        • 1/2 teaspoon basil
        • 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
        • Optional: 1/4 cup kalamata olives, drained and pitted

        Directions

        1. In a food processor or high-speed blender combine all of the puttanesca sauce ingredients and pulse for 1-2 minutes. You don't want it fully smooth, so don't over mix.
        2. Once done, transfer mixture to a medium saucepan and simmer over low heat for 10 minutes.
        3. Preheat oven to 350 ℉. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
        4. Cut salmon into 6 oz. portions.
        5. Rub salmon with 1 teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil and sprinkle with spices.
        6. Heat remaining oil in a medium skillet.
        7. Once the oil is hot, gently place your salmon face down in the pan and sear for 1-2 minutes.
        8. Transfer salmon to the baking skeet lined with parchment paper, skin side down and bake until the salmon has cooked all the way through. The timing will change based on how thick your salmon is, but should take about 5-10 minutes.
        8. Place salmon on a plate, top with puttanesca sauce and garnish. Serve warm with roasted vegetables of choice!

        Recipe Notes

        • Updated March, 2017

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        Italian night! Who needs real pasta? Spaghetti Squash Boats are a huge hit around here. They are filling, tasty, and fun to eat. They go perfectly with my homemade meat sauce or meatballs.


        Spaghetti Squash Boats with Homemade Meat Sauce

         

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        Spaghetti Squash Boats with Homemade Meat Sauce


        Yields 4
        Prep Time 5 minutes
        Cook Time 45 minutes
        Total Time 50 minutes



        Author: Lexi
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        Ingredients

        • 1 medium spaghetti squash
        • 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
        • 2 cloves garlic, crushed
        • 1 onion, diced
        • 3 large organic carrot stalks, minced
        • 1 pound organic grass-fed beef (or ground turkey)
        • 1 15 oz. can organic tomato sauce
        • 1 15 oz. can organic diced tomatoes
        • 1 tablespoon Mrs. Dash Italian seasoning
        • 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes (more or less, to taste)
        • 1 teaspoon Himalayan sea salt, to taste
        • Freshly ground pepper, to taste
        • 1 tablespoon fresh basil, more for garnish
        • Optional: Serve with fresh parmesan
        • Optional: Garnish with fresh Basil

        Directions

        1. Pre-heat oven to 400 ℉ and line a sheet-tray with parchment paper.
        2. Cut the spaghetti squash in half, scrape out seeds, drizzle with extra virgin olive oil, salt, pepper, and place face down on the parchment lined sheet-tray. Roast for 30 minutes, or until fork tender.
        3. In a medium sized saucepan, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add garlic and sauté for 1-2 minutes.
        4. Add onion, carrots, and peppers to saucepan. Let cook, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes until onions are translucent and the carrots begin to soften.
        5. Add meat to saucepan and let cook until brown and no pink remains.
        6. Add tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, spices, and 1 tablespoon fresh basil to the pan and mix well.
        7. Bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to low and let simmer for 15 minutes. Taste and remove from heat.
        8. Once the spaghetti squash has cooled, take two forks and fluff the threadlike spaghetti within the boats so it is no longer attached to the walls of the squash. Top the spaghetti squash with meat sauce, fresh basil, and cheese if using.
        9. Serve hot.

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        Pulled Pork {Paleo-friendly, grain-free, dairy-free, no refined sugar} | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

        This Slow Cooker Pulled Pork is the ultimate pulled pork recipe! Tender and flavorful pulled pork cooked in a homemade sweet and smoky refined sugar free BBQ sauce… doesn’t get much better than that! Summer BBQ perfection.

        Pulled Pork | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

        Ah, the beloved slow cooker. So convenient, so simple, and always delivering delicious meals! I have been wanting to make pulled pork since I purchased my slow cooker months ago (late, I know). After tons of recipe research, I have developed a recipe that is both spicy & sweet, tender, and very simple. The house smelled amazing while this was cooking. Eat it simply in a dish (I like it with some grilled pineapple), in a sandwich, for taco night, or even in quesadillas, the options are endless!

        Pulled Pork | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

        Pulled Pork | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

         

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        Slow Cooker Pulled Pork


        Yield 6
        Prep Time 30 minutes
        Cook Time 8 hours and 30 minutes
        Total Time 30 minutes



        Author: Lexi
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        Ingredients

        • 2 lbs. organic pork shoulder roast or pork butt

        Meat Rub

        Homemade BBQ Sauce

        Directions

        1. In a large saucepan over medium-high heat, combine all sauce ingredients and mix well. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to low. Let simmer uncovered, mixing occasionally, for 30 minutes. Taste and adjust seasoning as desired.
        2. While sauce is simmering, combine meat rub ingredients in a small mixing bowl. Pat meat dry and slice it into three medium pieces. Generously rub the meat with the spice mix, making sure every area is well covered.
        3. Heat a medium skillet over medium-high heat, and add 1 tablespoon avocado oil. Once the oil is hot, sear meat for 3-4 minutes on each side, or until brown. Place the meat in the crock pot.
        4. Once the BBQ sauce is ready, take it off heat and let cool for about 5 minutes. Pour into a blender and blend until smooth.
        5. Pour BBQ sauce over the meat in the slow cooker and make sure the meat is generously covered.
        6. Cover the slow cooker and set it to cook on low heat for 8 hours.
        7. Remove the meat and place it on a cutting board. Let cool for a few minutes. When cool, using 2 forks shred the meat into bite-sized pieces, discarding any large pieces of fat.
        8. Serve warm!

        Recipe Notes

        *We like serving this with a slice of bibb lettuce, red cabbage slaw, and chives.


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