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Sweet Potato Hash Brown Stacks

Easy, delicious and hearty this sweet potato hash brown stack is all that is right with brunch. Greens, a garlicky sweet potato hash brown, layered with bacon, avocado, a sunny side up egg and a little green onion to finish the deal. This is an easy to make but impressive meal that is also gluten free and paleo. I cannot believe we are in May, is it just me or does the first portion of the year fly by? With Mother’s Day coming up and I was thinking about those mornings as a kiddo where I would get up early and attempt to make some kind of …

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Healthy Super Bowl Recipes That Are Also So Delicious

These healthy super bowl recipes are perfect to serve up during the game for friends and family. These game day dishes are all delicious but won’t ruin your diet! This Healthy Super Bowl Recipes post is actually the second annual installment of it’s kind. The post from last year did so well and garnered so many Instagram messages and Pinterest repins that we thought we would bring it back for year two! After a weekend of eating our way through Mexico City (Shrimp Tostadas! Mole! Tacos on Tacos on Tacos!), I’m looking forward …

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Whole30 Chicken Teriyaki Meatballs Recipe

These Chicken Teriyaki Meatballs are perfect for an easy weeknight meal and are Whole30 compliant. The teriyaki sauce is tangy and sweet– without any added sugar! These meatballs can be thrown together in about 30 minutes and served as an app, grain bowl, or over zoodles. Where all my cleansing/whole30/healthy resolutioners at? Personally, I didn’t plan on doing a New Year’s cleanse but I’ve been struggling with some health stuff and decided to give it a go after the holidays. Either way, whether you’re deep in Whole30 or …

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Two-for-One Recipes || Shredded Pork Stuffed Japanese Sweet Potatoes

We are continuing our two-for-one series but this time, I’m switching up the protein. If you’re just tuning in, what I mean when I say “two-for-one” you get to take one main ingredient and spread it across two meals, saving some time and energy. Sometimes I freeze half the protein and make one of the meals at a later date and then other times I make both at once and eat one for dinner and make the other for lunch for the week. Next week we’ll step into the tex-mex realm using the second half to make Carnitas Fajita Bowls, but this …

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