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Browsing Tag: Pancake

Recent Kitchen Creations: Pumpkin, Pancakes, Donuts and Salads

Hello, foodies! As busy as I’ve been, I’ve found it very hard to fit in time to bake and cook as much as I’d like. I really miss it!! I am itching with anticipation for the day I have my new place, have gone down in shifts, and have more time to actually come home and cook a cool meal for Dan and I.  That being said, even when I have no time…

Six Fun Recent Breakfasts

Ehh!! Let’s celebrate some food!  I’ve put together some pretty cool breakfasts recently, so I’m here to share them with you. Hope you get some inspiration! I’ve been trying to stretch my taste buds. Partly for the creative aspect, partly for the curious aspect, and partly because I havn’t really been craving much of anything lately and have been feeling a lack of excitement in the food department…

Week In Review: Time to Slow Down, Rest, Restore

I’ve already written a lot. I’ve written more about my craziness and up and down feelings in these past couple of weeks than I usually do, so I hope to keep this brief.  There is a balance between pushing yourself in a way that you feel proud, and pushing yourself a bit too far.  For instance last week’s Week In Review – I regret none of it. I feel…

What I Ate Wednesday: And In Reality….

Happy Wednesday, friends.  Today’s What I Ate Wednesday is brought to you by a slice of “….and in reality.”   A look into both the world of the theater, and the world of reality behind a food blog. I did not plan for my eats to be so randomly located and non-ideally timed today, but in the world of theater… that’s really what they become. When rehearsing…

Week In Review: Take Care of Your Body and See Your Friends

Well. I seem to be lacking a bit of focus right now, so… I’m going to let Meg for do the introducing this week: The Week In Review is a list, in its purest form, not of the things you still need to do, but of all the things you have done in the last seven days. It’s an achievement list, an ode to yourself, a celebration of sorts,&nbsp…

Week In Review: Finding The Moments

Goodmorning sunshine, I thought I’d deviate just a titch from my regular Week In Review this week. As I went through this past week, I became very aware of a few certain moments. Moments that, albeit small and perhaps not even noticeable to an outsider, felt a little extra…special. Maybe I was just a little extra “spongey” for meaning, maybe I was a little extra sensitive, or maybe the sun just decided to…

Peanut Flour Baked Pancake for One (Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Vegan)

This baked pancake is absolute proof that you can have a beautiful, fresh baked and totally nutritious breakfast even on your busiest of mornings. No spending minutes standing over a stove and no long grocery list of ingredients. Using a mix of peanut flour and buckwheat flour, this recipe will open you up to a whole new world of breakfast possibilities. Gluten free, sugar free, oil free and vegan to boot.  Here it is! For the amount…

WIAW: The Steps I HAVE made

When looking over my summer thus far, it could be very easy to slip into a self deprecating mindset. I have not made the strides or steps that I had initially thought I’d make in my recovery. And to that, yes, I am disappointed in myself. But more than disappointed, I guess I can say I am humbled and accepting of how obviously hard this work is, and that I no doubt set too lofty…

Week In Review: The Baking-Obsessed Edition??

Welcome back from the weekend guys, Last week I had a couple of days off and a couple days to myself, while my parents were out camping, which enabled me to get a few, undistracted sessions of work done. I’m feeling at least a little more caught up on all the school work I need to do before the fall, which is a nice feeling.  It was nice to be able to go off to a restaurant…

The Definition of “Something” (WIAW)

Alongside the struggles and beliefs of not doing, “enough” comes the question of what it means to have done “something.”  For years now I have lived under the self-harming belief that in order to feel deserving – of anything – I had to have done something. That being said, my idea of “something,” seems to often be more like an imaginary hero quest.    I think this belief is one…

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