Sweet Potato Hash with Bacon and Eggs {Gluten Free, Paleo}

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Holiday weekends are the best…especially when it’s sunny, blue skies and highs in the upper 50s/low 60s. Oh man, I can’t get over the weather we’ve been having. We spent the day in Seattle on Saturday with friends and shopped at Pike’s market, ate a a super yummy restaurant called Terra Plata and went to a…

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Oatmeal-Raisin Pancakes {Gluten Free, Dairy Free}

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I hope you are starting off the year right by focusing on the types of foods you are eating, rather than stressing about calorie counting. I have been a bit of a breakfast rut. I am too lazy busy to get the kids anything special for breakfast before school so we’ve been relying on cereal and yogurt…

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Migas {Tex-Mex}

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Fact- it’s hard to make scrambled eggs look pretty in pictures. I’m obviously craving all things Mexican these days. Ever since our Mexican food extravaganza on Christmas eve I can’t get enough. I never really talked about our holidays, but they were wonderful. The hubs had off the whole two weeks from work and it was…

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Tofu Scramble #LovingTofu

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One of my favorite ways to cook with tofu is this tofu scramble. I started making it years ago when I did my vegan experiment and now, though not vegan, enjoy making it on a regular basis. It doesn’t replace my eggs, it’s just something different and it’s awesome. Tofu, a great protein source for both…

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Kitchen Memories: Make-Ahead Breakfast Casserole

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Food is a wonderful way to express love. Whether it’s having company over or cooking for loved ones, it’s meaningful to serve something homemade. It’s even more meaningful when you get to cook with the ones you love, like family. This breakfast casserole reminds me of family. There are multiple occasions where I remember my…

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Ham and Veggie Crustless Quiche

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The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Daisy Cottage Cheese. I remember the first time I made this crustless quiche, it was dinnertime and we lived in Austin. I wanted something light and healthy so I decided to make a quiche without the heavy crust (which I do love by the…

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