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Goji Berries Protein Bar to snack on

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I don’t want to say it out laud but fall is coming,,, and with fall the tendency to get sick. My immune system is pretty strong but I can never have enough of Vitamin C. Especially when I am stressed out and have no time to relax. My week was pretty intense with running errands before we leave for our vacation so I made these bars to help me with dealing with hunger when I am on the run.

Goji Berries are pack with vitamin C (more than oranges) and have more beta-carotene than carrots ( good bye wrinkles!!!). You can eat them however how you want, raw or cooked, add to anything really. The taste is similar to raisins but more tart.

Goji Berries Protein Bar

based on this recipe

with modification: I used: 1 cup of almond flour, add ¼ goji berries and pecans (instead of almonds) and coconut to sprinkle on top.

Enjoy and let me know how you like it.

Izabela

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Wedding and Clean Egg Muffins to go

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We just came back from a blast of wedding at The Cambridge Mill in Cambridge, On. I love weddings so I was super excited to celebrate with our friends on their BIG Day.

Of course, it took ages to find a dress for me but fortunately I was pretty happy with the “retro” dress that I was wearing. What do you think?


The wedding was great. The Cambridge Mill is a beautiful venue for that occasion. You can see the waterfall from the windows that add this extra touch to inside design.
After dinner the party started and the dance floor was packed until they called it a night. Lots of fun!!!


We were really busy in a past week with the preparation for the wedding so my egg muffins were great for on the go. I do recommend heating them up before you eat them and put some extra spicy sauce on top.
Clean Egg Muffins on the Go
inspired by “Oxygen” recipe

3-4 whole eggs
6-7 egg whites
½ chopped red pepper
1 cup of spinach
1/2tsp of basil, oregano,
dash of salt&pepper
sprinkle with nutritional yeast on top

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Coat the muffin tin with a little of olive oil;preheat the oven to 375F.
Use 1/3 cup measure to scoop the egg mixture into the muffin tin. Bake for 30minutes  until slightly brown on top.

Have a great week

Izabela