This crowd-pleasing, one-pot dish is packed with goodness, color, flavor, and it’s completely vegan! Borrowing flavors from a traditional chili con carne, we simply cooked a rainbow of high-fiber veggies along with the red kidney beans and pureed tomatoes. The prep for this Vegan Chili Recipe does involve a bit of chopping and dicing, but the cooking part is effortless and will allow you to get on with your evening chores while the chili simmers away. [Read more…]
To date, on my blog, I have published 604 posts. All of them about health, wellness, or recipes. Nothing about anything personal, emotional, or hard to talk about. No peek inside all of the imperfection that happens behind the scenes. Today, I am going to share a story that is painful, real, and not talked about “in public” a whole lot. Especially in the Real Food, healthy living communities that I am a part of….because when we are healthy, these sorts of things don’t happen, right? [Read more…]
Here in Minnesota, we love to bake casseroles, hot dishes, and egg bakes! You can out just about any meal in a large baking pan and bake it up all at once! We love tacos, so I decided to create a healthy Taco Egg Bake to make taco Tuesdays even easier. Plus, this can be made ahead of time and just thrown into the oven about an hour before you want to eat! I even make a double batch and bake and freeze one to thaw and warm up later. [Read more…]
On episode 6 of the Real Food RN Wellness Podcast, I interviewed Joseph Darnell. He is the founder of FlutterBusters and an expert on both detecting EMF in our environments and protecting us against the negative health effects!
Coming up with easy recipes that my kids love is one of my most favorite kitchen accomplishments! Not only are these super easy to make, but they are full of healthy protein and definitely a kiddie favorite in our house. You can even swap in breakfast sausages in place of the hot dog for a delicious breakfast muffin! I hope you and your family love these easy Grain Free Corn Dog Muffins too!
Grain is often considered one of nature’s gifts due to its sustainability and versatility. Grain flour is a basic ingredient that’s accessible to most of the world’s population because it’s affordable and easy to grow. This basic ingredient is essential to creating delicious foods, and the flour varieties we now have access to have grown tremendously since our predecessors came across it. And if you’re like me, you use it every day to cook healthy meals for your family. [Read more…]
Curry has to be one of my FAVORITE foods! I have tried to make it as tasty as our local healthy Thai restaurant maybe one million times! It was getting to the point that they knew me by name when I called to place an order: Thai Green Curry for Kate, every time. I was determined to recreate this soup in my kitchen! Finally, the day has come, I cracked the code for Healthy Bone Broth and Coconut Thai Green Chicken Curry! [Read more…]
Another great guest post from Lisa over at www.thygoodness.com. She is another real foodie blogger who comes up with some seriously amazing recipes. I am so glad she let me publish this amazing Sweet Potato Toast recipe on my website, how brilliant to top them with mashed bananas and almond butter! These are definitely a kid favorite! [Read more…]
On episode five of the Real Food RN Wellness Podcast, I interview Rachel Reimer, a medical intuitive. She has an amazing gift and we talk all about how she first discovered her talents and how she is working closely with medical professionals to help diagnose disease in their patients. We even go over the reading she did for me and what she found in my body! So let me introduce Rachel Reimer, medical medium…
According to Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, all disease begins in the gut. And, modern medical science has proven him right time and time again. One of the ways people are healing their gut, and by extension, their entire body system is by using the GAPS Diet.
The GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) Diet has been a phenomenal success for so many people, but it can feel a bit overwhelming to comprehend. The good news is: It only seems that way because 1) we’ve gotten so far away from eating naturally and 2) because it’s a progressive diet set up in six stages. [Read more…]