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Leslie Osborne

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HONEY STRAWBERRY PIE & ALMOND FLOUR COCONUT CRUST

BakingEntertainingGluten Free

This easy honey strawberry pie recipe has a base of an almond flour and shredded coconut crust. You can easily skip the crust and buy a pre-made frozen pie crust and pre-bake the pie shell.  The filling only needs to be cooked for a few minutes on the stovetop. See the step-by-step photos and read the […]

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Bone Broth Butternut Squash Soup
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My Before & After Photos on 30 Days of the Bone Broth Diet

Bone Broth DietHealth and Wellness

After 30 days of doing Dr. Kellyann Petrucci’s Bone Broth Diet, I am here to reveal my results. At the ripe, still young, age of 35, I gave birth to my second child, a beautiful baby girl. I knew that I might have a harder time losing the baby weight the second time around because I was […]

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Sourdough Focaccia artisan bread with loivrs and rosemary
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SOURDOUGH FOCACCIA | OLIVES & ROSEMARY RECIPE & VIDEO

Artisan BreadBakingEntertainingVegan

Gluten is delicious…especially when it creates the perfect chewy sourdough focaccia bread slathered in olive oil, olives, and fresh rosemary. If I have derailed you from your Whole 30, Paleo, or Keto eating plan, then I’m sorry.  Let this be your cheat day bread if that’s the case. I totally respect your eating routine, as we […]

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Green chef organic meal planning and delivery service
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EASY, AFFORDABLE, & DELICIOUS ORGANIC MEAL PREPPING | GREEN CHEF

DinnerHealth and Wellness

So how on earth do you find time to pick your recipes, grocery shop, and meal prep healthy dinners every week without losing your mind?! The answer: You don’t do ANY of these things.  Say what? The last few weeks I’ve wondered how I’m going to manage cooking healthy meals, considering that we have a […]

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HOW TO HOST AN EPIC THANKSGIVING DINNER | RECIPES, PLANNING, TIMELINE

BakingEntertainingThanksgiving

The stress of hosting a Thanksgiving dinner is enough to give you holiday PTSD. But today you can rest easy with tons of recipes (many which can be made in advance), a prep list, and week/day of timeline.  And YES…you can even make your mashed potatoes up to four hours in advance! MY #1 TIP TO […]

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