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A Day off is a Glorious Thing


i like a day off

Note: This post is from a few days ago. Unfortunately I have been having problems with my internet so I couldn’t upload it. Thank goodness it’s fixed!

I love having a day off, it’s so great to just catch up. I’m one of those people that Continue reading »

3 comments » | Life, Low Carb

Spaghetti Squash Marinara Bake


This fall season is my new happy place.

I’m being swept away by the romance of everything autumn. Except for the Starbucks pumpkin spice late. I’ll take homemade any Continue reading »

2 comments » | Gluten Free, Low Carb, Main Dishes, Recipes

Home for Thanksgiving


Thanksgiving at Home

There is nothing nicer, or more refreshing, than coming home for Thanksgiving. Yes, us Canadians just had our Thanksgiving. And it was divine.

This week was

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1 comment » | Life

Soul Vitamin – Rest (part 1)


Soul Vitamin Rest

I’m so excited to start up this Soul Vitamin section…I feel like there are so many stories (i.e. lessons) that I have had happen to me in the last year. I just keep learning…and growing. It’s fun to actually start sharing more of my life and what’s happening here…

A few weeks ago, I was

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Portabella Pizzas


Portabella Mushroom Pizzas

This recipe is for my fellow “hobbit” friends. And when I say hobbit, I don’t imply that I’m short and only think short people should eat this. Or that you have hairy feet.

These mini pizzas feature the most esteemed Portabella mushroom…and hobbits love mushrooms.

Hobbit Problems

It’s a great way to stack up your veggie intake and get in more B vitamins and minerals into your day. Plus, one mushroom cap is like 35 calories! Serves 2.

Portabella Pizza

  1. 4 Portabella mushroom caps
  2. Organic tomato sauce
  3. Pesto
  4. Organic spinach
  5. Chicken breast (or any other meat)
  6. Grated cheese

Take the stems out of the mushrooms and gently scrape some of the inside of the mushroom out…so you have room to load your “pizza shell” with goodness.

Top with light pesto and tomato sauce, load with whatever veggies you like…protein and cheese…you get the idea. Bake for about 10-12 minutes at 450 degrees.

Low Calorie and Low Carb Pizzas

This recipe is a basic framework, but essentially you can do whatever you like. Vegetarian? Skip the meat? Vegan? Use a dairy-free cheese.

Portabella Mushroom Pizza Recipe

Tried Portabella mushrooms before? What do you use them for?

4 comments » | Gluten Free, Low Carb, Main Dishes, Recipes

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