Monthly Archives March 2013
One day our neighbor Ruby Tecson brought over a plate of this bread pudding. If anyone knows my husband he is the pickiest person in the world. Let’s just say he devoured this thing. He asked if I would beg for the recipe. I pretty much stalked her for it. Thank you so much Ruby for sharing your recipe with me...Read More
*My first time making meatballs was a huge hit! I created this recipe after much research and just winged it. So happy I did because they were AHMAZING! I made them to carb-load before my first dirt bike race. I made them in the morning before I drive out and tasted all 4 methods before I did the taste test with our dirt bike club members. This recipe yields about 30 meatballs for 1.5 pounds of meat...
I had a few old bananas that needed to be used so I researched many different Paleo recipes and put my own flare on it. They came out exactly the way I envisioned them. Moist, fluffy, light, and delicious.
Yields: 12 regular sized muffins or 35-42 mini muffins
3 large ripe bananas or 4 small, nearly black peel
6 tablespoons coconut oil
1/2 cup coconut flour
1/2 cup almond flour
1 TBSP ci...Read More
We were going camping with our new dual-sport club and heard it was one of the clubs member’s birthdays. Instead of baking a cake, I decided to make these margarita shooters the day prior so that we could celebrate with Jell-O shots! These came out so good and everyone enjoyed them.
Yields: 24-30 Strawberry Margarita Jell-O Shooters
- 1 box (3.9oz.) Strawberry (real, not generic) Jell-O
- 3 green b...
Time to Share!
As most of you already know, I took a couple years off from Crossfit training in order to train for a Half Ironman and to ride my dirt bike more often. Back in December I started back to Crossfit. My food blog has so many components to it that I hadn’t focused on ZONE or PALEO styled recipes in quite some time...Read More
While I was getting my hair done by wonderful Allison, we got talking about food and she mentioned a recipe she heard of by Trisha Yearwood that you could make in the crock pot. She was wondering if that was even possible, so I volunteered to find the recipe and attempt it to see if it was worth anything. AND IT WAS! Very tasting and beyond easy.
- Cooking spray
- 8 ounces cooked elbow macaroni (h...
With Butternut Squash Mash in the middle:
Intriguing enough…when I did the Half Ironman a couple summers ago in Calgary, Canada we were given gift bags. Inside the gift bag was Impact Magazine the July/August 2011 edition. I saw this recipe for Mammothherd’s pie and kept the magazine to one day attempt it. Let’s just say I loved it so much I made it twice in one week...
My husband emailed the link to this recipe while I was working. A quick glance at the link, I thought he really wanted me to bake him cupcakes. When I got home that night, I pulled up the link and went to the website and realized what it really was. I attempted this two ways.
Bacon and Egg Cupcakes Ingredients:
– 12 eggs (one per cupcake hole)- You can omit the yolks if you want all egg whites
– bacon (...
– bacon (...
I’ve been going to Hadley’s Fruit Orchard farm since I was a little girl. My parents would take me to Palm Springs to get on the aerial tram and we would visit Hadley’s for date shakes and of course the Cabazon outlets years later and Morongo Casino & Hotel next door as well. Since I cover the desert for work, I try to stop at Hadley’s a few times a year to pick up date paste...