Savor the last long weekend of the Summer with these gluten free and paleo healthy labor day recipes to make at home or bring with you on-the-go!
Healthy Labor Day Recipes
Labor Day Weekend is bittersweet! It’s the last long weekend of the Summer where everyone gets a chance to soak in the last of the sun with final beach days, BBQ’s, and the chance to make all of those summer recipes you’ve been pinning and saving. I’ve rounded up some favorite appetizers, side dishes, main dishes, and treats to satisfy every person at your home this weekend with these healthy labor day recipes!
Labor Day Appetizers
These late summer appetizers are perfect to make at home or to share!
Football season is here! Do you entertain? Go out weekly for games? It is such a tempting time to sit around with friends, drinking and eating all sorts of delicious, yet unhealthy foods. These clean eating game day recipes will be a hit with everyone. Here are Healthy Game Day Recipes that are perfect for Football entertaining!
Healthy Game Day Recipes
Game Day Appetizers
Appetizers are a game day must! These cleaned up appetizers are perfect, delicious, and indulgent in a guilt-free way!
Crispy Baked Buffalo Wings (Paleo-friendly, Grain-free, and Gluten-free. Use Ghee or Extra-Virgin Olive Oil in the sauce to make this recipe Whole30 approved)
SPRING is here and I am loving that the sun is now setting a bit later in the day! High five for daylights savings and being able to shoot recipes for you after 4pm!
Today, I want to talk about kick-starting your Spring, and your mornings, with delicious and nutritious breakfast recipes that will give you proper fuel to keep you energized and moving!
Breakfast is an important meal of the day, so why does it often get skipped over? Today I’m sharing a few of my favorite LCK breakfast recipes– some that come together in under 15 minutes, some that are grab-and-go, and a variety of types of recipes to satisfy everyone. All of the recipes are packed with good-for-you ingredients to fuel your morning.
A good idea is to prep the night before so you can get up and nourish your body!
January is officially here! After the holidays it’s time for us all to kick it into gear, set some new goals and resolutions, and kick start 2016 off right. Are you with me? Each week this month I’ll be sharing New Years Resolution Healthy Dinner Plans, sharing weekly dinner meals and grocery lists that you can use as a meal plan to guide you through the month.
We are going to do this together, you guys!
Those ^ are some of the things on my 2016 game plan!
We’ve spent the last two weeks with family and friends, celebrating holidays and ringing in the new year. Aka we ate out and drank a lot more than usual, so I am ready to kick it into serious gear.
Ah, 2016. It’s going to be a BIG year.
For starters, we are getting MARRIED this summer!
I am working on my cookbook which will be out later this year (!!!!), working on tons of new blog projects, and working on making more time for my health and well-being. Healthy living is so much more than just how you eat, so don’t forget to get good sleep, listen to your body, and make time for things that you love.
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These grilled BBQ short ribs are covered in a smokey dry rub with an optional BBQ sauce slathered on at the end. They’re cooked low and slow on the grill for a tender meaty summer dinner and served with a fresh grilled pineapple salsa.
Who says you can’t grill salad too?! Try this delicious and summery recipe for Grilled Kale Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette! Topped with peaches, shallots and toasted hazelnuts, you will never go back to regular old kale.
Good morning, friends! I am super excited to be guest posting over on Better Homes and Gardens today adapting their Carrot and Zucchini Bars and making them paleo-friendly.
I stumbled across these Carrot and Zucchini Bars in the Better Homes and Garden Archive and knew I wanted to recreate them with a few clean eating adaptations! A delicious treat that has hidden veggies is perfect for everyone in your family, especially your kiddos! I simply made a few changes to the original recipe making it gluten-free, grain-free, and free of refined sugar! You can see how I changed the recipe here.