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It was written by a cancer survivor who described her success in relaxing her body and mind through the simple exercise of ‘unclenching’ her face.
One of the first areas of the body we tighten unwittingly under stress is our jaw and this form of compression has a ripple effect throughout the body often giving rise to blockages and pain. So right in front of her oncologist and chemotherapy nurses, this patient would engage in a deliberate act of unclenching her jaw before each treatment, a technique she learned in her yoga practice.
She describes it simply as “dropping the lower jaw away from the upper jaw and letting it hang with an open mouth” (she parallels the look to those “heavy metal mouth-breathing dudes from high school” which I not only found hilarious but also a helpful visual). Grain-free Black Forest Tartlets. It’s here, it’s here!
Cherry season is upon us. One of the tastiest times of the year, if you ask me. Naturally, to know me is to know that one of my favorite ways to pair them is with chocolate. Because chocolate seems to be my answer to all of life’s questions, even the ones not being asked. I love chocolate so much that I have been known to keep a bar of 85 – 90% dark chocolate in the freezer or fridge at all times. These pretty, naturally grain-free and vegan chocolate cherry mini tarts, have a delicious nut-based crust, filled with a rich and smooth, cherry-flecked ganache and topped with homemade coconut whipped cream. I super excited to announce that I will be making these Grain-free Black Forest Tartlets this Wednesday evening, June 10th, at the Whole Foods here in Long Beach as part of my FREE Summer Eats cooking demo.
Grain-free Black Forest Tartlets. Pumpkin Pie Muffins - Gluten Free Pumpkin Muffin Recipe. These gluten free Pumpkin Pie Muffins are, of course, a favorite of my younger son.
When he was little, he ate so much pumpkin and winter squash that he turned a slightly orange hue. Luckily, he’s back to normal now. I often forget how much I love cooking with pumpkin until fall arrives. Well, fall is back and I have been using this vegetable with a vengeance. Pumpkin Pie Muffins print In a large bowl combine almond flour, salt, baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and clovesIn a vitamix puree oil, agave, eggs and pumpkin until smoothStir wet ingredients into dryPlace paper liners in muffin panScoop batter into paper linersBake at 350° for 40-45 minutesCool for 2-3 hoursServe Makes 8 muffins.
Lemon Cupcakes with Blackberry Buttercream. Chocolate Dipped Raspberry Brownie Bites (GF, DF option) Love at first site!
… and bite! Yes, these beautiful little gems are a chocolate lover’s dream. But don’t let their good looks deceive you … these Chocolate Dipped Raspberry Brownie Bites are incredibly easy to make and are far healthier than you might think at first glance. Made with protein-packed blanched almond flour and naturally sweetened with honey, these little one-bite-wonders are definitely a healthier option that doesn’t compromise when it comes to rich, decadent flavor.
The combination of sweet and tangy fresh raspberries with rich dark chocolate is truly spectacular, which is exactly why this recipe must come with a warning label … it’s next to impossible to eat just one! So unless you have iron-clad will power, I highly recommend making these scrumptious bites only when you have a house-full of family and friends around to share the love! So how did I fare? Um, no! Click here to get a SNEAK PEEK of the book! Chocolate Dipped Raspberry Brownie Bites (GF, DF option) Ingredients. Lakritscupcakes. Matcha Mini Cheesecakes with White Chocolate Covered Strawberries. Krämer. Tropical Mango Vanilla Cupcakes. Rich, buttery vanilla cupcake with a hint of coconut and a fresh mango buttercream.
So, this is my first Fiesta Friday post! I’m super excited to be joining the party and looking forward to mingling with all of you. As I was deciding what special dessert I should bring to the occasion, I was thinking about how much I’ve been enjoying the summer weather now that it’s finally here. My husband, the boys and I have been really enjoying our walks around our neighborhood and catching up with our neighbors. We’ve all been hibernating with the extreme cold winter we’ve had and it’s nice to see everyone out and about. To celebrate the beautiful weather, I decided to make something using flavors that symbolize summer. These vanilla cupcakes are rich, buttery, moist, and have a hint of coconut from adding the coconut yogurt to the batter.
The buttery vanilla, sweet mango, and light taste of coconut is a perfect combination. Recipe by Little Sweet Baker Tropical Mango Vanilla Cupcakes Makes: 12 Notes. Ice Cream Sunday Cupcakes. Fabulous Fall Cupcakes. My husband and I live near Colonial Williamsburg.
It is not unusual to see ladies in bonnets driving to work in the morning or men decked out in full colonial garb grabbing coffee at a gas station. I kind of love it. Churro Popovers.