Homemade Tortellini {low FODMAP and wheat free}

Homemade Tortellini {low FODMAP and wheat free}

I promised I’d be making tortellini soon! In case you missed it, this tortellini recipe is the product of a craving I’ve been having tortellini for YEARS. I know tortellini seems like a super random craving, and it was. I think it has something to do with my obsession with cute-looking food — tortellini are so darn cute and therefore fun to eat! Regardless, my craving was just made all the worse because…

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Easiest Low FODMAP Guacamole

Easiest Low FODMAP Guacamole

I know, this would have been better served to post BEFORE the Super Bowl… But considering I made it for the super bowl, there were no pictures to post before that. But any day is a good day for guac, amiright? I’m a very visual person when it comes to food — if it doesn’t look appetizing I don’t want it. This is why I don’t like mayo, and why all the beige food at Thanksgiving (turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, bread…) isn’t appealing to me. And also why guac freaked me out for so long. Green slime? No thanks…

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Sugar Free January Recap

Sugar Free January Recap

Can you believe January is already OVER?! I don’t know about y’all, but that went by so fast. And the end of January means… I’ve also gone an entire month without refined sugar! Today we’re going to dive into my observations & thoughts on how it went!

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Changing our mindset around “healthy” foods

Changing our mindset around “healthy” foods

Ugh. The word “healthy” can mean so many different things that it basically means nothing — you know? I bet if you asked five different people what “healthy” meant, they’d give you five different answers. And that’s not inherently wrong or bad! The thing is, health is a highly individual thing, and what’s healthy for one person isn’t necessarily healthy for another. What becomes harmful then, is when someone tries to force what’s healthy for them onto you…

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Fettuccini Alfredo with Homemade Pasta {low FODMAP & wheat free}

Fettuccini Alfredo with Homemade Pasta {low FODMAP & wheat free}

This past Christmas, Marc gifted me what he dubbed “kitchen adventures.” Fancy salt & pepper grinders, a legit pizza cutter, a mortar & pestle, new knives, all sorts of stuff. I’ve lamented before about feeling like I was in a food rut compared to my high school & college days — although what I’ve realized recently is that this is more just real life now. Turns out when your weekdays consist of work, exercising, cooking food, and eating food, it doesn’t leave much time for dreaming about food…

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Sugar Free January Week 1 Recap

Sugar Free January Week 1 Recap

Week 1 of sugar free January is complete! In case you missed it: during the month of January I’m giving up added sugar (inspired by the folks at Pinch of Yum). This is less of a strict diet or a new years’ resolution, and more of an experiment to see how sugar affects my body. Let’s go!

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Living a FODMAP Conscious Lifestyle

Living a FODMAP Conscious Lifestyle

Hi and happy new year! I hope the holidays treated you well and you didn’t go too overboard on the food and drinks. If you did, no worries, we’re here with a fresh new start. Feels good, doesn’t it? I’m excited to see what 2018 will be like…

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Sugar Free January!

Sugar Free January!

Hi and happy new year! I hope the holidays treated you well and you didn’t go too overboard on the food and drinks. If you did, no worries, we’re here with a fresh new start…

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Low FODMAP Holiday Reading

Low FODMAP Holiday Reading

As per usual, I can’t believe Christmas is almost upon us! Compounded by the fact that it’s 77 degrees here and I’m writing this with all the windows open… gotta love Texas. We’re headed out to Vegas (!!) with the whole fam to celebrate Christmas there this year. And while I’m super excited to…

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Cinnamon Walnut Granola

Cinnamon Walnut Granola

I have a deep and abiding love for granola. This protein granola recipe was the first recipe I ever posted on the blog, and I have continued to make it once a week (well, mostly – there are definitely weeks where I never make it to Trader Joe’s to replenish my oat supply or something of the sort)…

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