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Triple Batch Overnight Quinoa

Written on March 17, 2017 at 2:11 PM, by

Breakfast QuinoaOats disagree with my arthritic knee, so I’ve adapted Epicure’s Overnight Oatmeal (https://danakayal NULL.epicure NULL.com/en/recipe/5196) Make this portable recipe tonight for an easy, on-the-go morning. Will keep up to 5 days in the fridge (or sooner depending on the expiry date of your dairy) As a perfectly balanced GFRR MEal:  Top with 1 Tbsp Nut  Continue Reading »

Toasted Coconut Macaroon Bars

Written on October 28, 2016 at 9:38 AM, by

Photo 2016-10-23, 7 20 50 PM (1)Toasted Coconut.  Can there be anything better?  These WERE going to be Almond Joy bars, although they all got eaten before I got the chocolate on them, lol One can sweetened condensed milk 2.5 cup unsweetened coconut dark chocolate (Belgian ideally).  chips, chunks, or whatever you have on hand. nuts – Almonds for Almond Joy  Continue Reading »

Kid’s Fav Good Food Real Results Meal

Written on June 17, 2016 at 3:00 PM, by

IMG_9662This is my kids favorite Good Food Real Results weekday dinner! Cut your 1lb pork loin into thin slices (1/4-1/2 inch) and pound until tenderized and half the thickness. Coat them with your fav Epicure salts and Peppers.  I used Chili Garlic and Tuxedo. Quickly flash fry a couple mins on each side – they’ll cook quickly  Continue Reading »

Mom’s Famous Chocolate Cake

Written on June 9, 2016 at 11:00 AM, by

cake 5My daughter has been home sick today and asked for cake as comfort food. This is a first. She wanted boxed cake and frosting, because she’s too sick to make cake. No way I’m bringing chemical cake into this house when real cake is SUPER easy! This is my mom’s famous chocolate cake recipe from  Continue Reading »

Soft Serve “Ice Cream”

Written on August 10, 2015 at 11:45 AM, by

Only 2 ingredient Good Food Real Result Soft serve chocolate banana ice cream! Freeze your bananas in chunks, add to your food processor with 1 tsp of Chocolate Truffle Dip Mix per banana. It will at first look like oatmeal. Keep blending. You’ll soon have a glorious concoction. It re-freezes well too!