Strawberry Bread Recipe

This is my second favorite recipe for using up my strawberries. It makes two loafs, and it freezes really well, so this is an incredible time saver for me — I make one that we eat quickly (it’s YUM!) and freeze the other one to eat the next month (or the very next week, depending on how much we are craving it.) I wind up using the strawberries that I wash, slice, and store in my freezer in glass jars all winter long making this strawberry bread — it is so good and makes me feel like spring is right …

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Thoughts on Health FAQ… Healthy Cooking and Joyful Eating

My morning coffee… in a mug that my son painted for me Every single thing that goes into my body right now has to bring me joy, or I’m not putting it in my mouth. I’ve always lived by this philosophy… eating only the foods I *love* and feel great about… and I’ve always had a healthy relationship with my weight and my body. If I don’t like it, no matter how healthy I think it is… it doesn’t go in my mouth. And if I love it, really love it, feeling no guilt what-so-ever associated with it, I eat …

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My Organic Poptarts Suck

You know how most of the blogs out there make you feel like you aren’t doing enough? Every blog I love and faithfully read has two things in common. One, the crafty women writing the blogs are genius. The things they come up with are amazing. Two, everything always comes out perfectly. I couldn’t be one of those blogs if I tried, so I’m not going to try. This was *supposed* to be an awe inspiring post about some homemade, organic pop tarts that I made. I saw this post on Smitten Kitchen: and you really have to check …

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