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Today I whipped up s’more of my Chocolate Coco Peanut Butter dip in my blender! This time I added cacao nibs to this yummy superfoodrecipe. Feel free to increase the amounts of your favorite ingredients in this raw and fiber-ful dish.
This recipe has a long shelf life when stored in an airtight container, so it won’t be going bad anytime soon. This dip is great paired with fresh fruit, so delish on crackers & sandwiches, and a great healthy frosting on cakes & cupcakes.
Basically: it’s my version ofhealthy Nutella! I hope you guys enjoy it!
2 tbsp coconut oil
2 tbsp Navitas Naturals raw cacao powder
2 tbsp raw peanut butter
2 tbsp flax seeds
1 tbsp Splenda brown sugar
cacao nibs (also optional)
Blend all ingredients with pulse mode until desired consistency.
It is an understatement to say that I love truffle oil! So tonight I decided to make a truffled quiche. It really is one of the quickest & easiest things to make, and doesn’t require many ingredients. All you need are:
a few handfuls of greens
1.5 cups milk
3/4 cup grated cheddar cheese
1 tbsp white truffle oil
fresh ground pepper
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Add the greens, eggs, milk, grated cheese into a baking dish. Whisk everything together. Then mix in the truffle oil, few sprinkles of oregano, minced garlic, fresh ground pepper, & sea salt. The sharp cheddar cheese I used is from Petaluma’s The Creamery Store Cheese & I used Napa Valley Wine Country Kitchens White Truffle Oil.
I like a lot of spices so I am not too light when adding the seasonings 🙂 Then I place the lid on the dish and bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes. I like to check if it is fully cooked by dipping a toothpick into the quiche. If the toothpick is still a bit watery, it just needs to cook for a little while longer. When fully cooked, it’s time to remove. Then I top with parmesan! Enjoy! Happy Sunday! XO ~Kelle
One of my favorite fruits is mango with hot sauce and Himalayan sea salt. If I need to trim down quickly, it is my go to dessert! Not only does mango taste uber delish, but it also helps to alkalize the bod, is good for skin, and boosts the immune system (plus many, many, more reasons :)). The hot sauce also boosts metabolism
and the sea salt provides minerals to the bodayyyy! 🙂 Cayenne pepper is also a great substitute for the hot sauce. Growing up we always put salt on our fruit so it’s just something that has stuck with me 🙂 Enjoy!! Wishing everyone a blessed weekend!! XO ~Kelle
Thankfully, beauty is in the eye of the beholder! Can you imagine living in a world where everyone had identical thoughts and perceptions on everything? Without differences of opinion, beauty (and all other things) would be boring. That’s just my opinion. 🙂 To me, everyone is uniquely blessed with natural beauty! So here is the video interview in which I was asked a series of questions on what beauty means to me. Hope you guys like it! I’ve always believed that less is much more, but I also view makeup as an art form for self expression. So just in case you are wondering about my lip shade, it is NYC’s Coralista! It has been my summer go-to shade and it looks beautiful on every skin tone! Also, it can be dressed up with smokey eyes and/or dressed down for a nice lip flush sans shadow. Shine ommmmm, my lovelies!! XO ~Kelle
One of my favorite ways to boost my skin is by soaking raw almonds. Soaking raw almonds removes the tannins from the shell, which allows the nutrients to absorb better in your body. It takes only minutes to do and soaking them makes enough to last as a daily snack for a few days.
What you will need: a handful of raw almonds, filtered water, and a bowl with securable lid.
First, place handful of almonds in bowl. Then add 1/2 cup of filtered water. If using more than a handful of almonds, simply adjust the amount of water, ensuring that all almonds are submersed in the water. Secure the lid to your bowl.
Then let the almonds sit for 8+ hours. Once they have soaked, it’s time to peel them. Simply peel off the brown peel and then eat. I like to prepare mine at night so that they are ready to peel and eat when I wake up. I love adding them to my oatmeal!
Soaked almonds are an awesome way to get your protein, fiber, & omega nutrients while also giving you glowing skin while on the go. Enjoy and have a beautiful weekend! XOXO ~Kelle