LOVING your blog:)
First, let me say that I LOVE your blog so I mean this not as a criticism. I know that you’re in the process of redesigning your blog so I have a reader request for you. When you get it all finished, can you make sure that your text is left-justified? It is so hard to concentrate on the content of a paragraph when each line starts in a slightly different spot. I like the way that centered paragraphs look, but they really are not the easiest to read. I’ve always kind of thought this and then another blogger I follow posted this a couple of weeks ago: http://backtoherroots.com/2012/10/30/6-blog-design-tips-for-non-designers/
Anyway, I won’t stop reading your blog if your text isn’t left-justified, I’ll just have a slightly harder time enjoying it!
Thank you so much Chasity! I TRULY appreciate you helping me with that, I had NO idea that it was hard for people to read, thanks for informing me! I changed it tonight! Thanks again so much for your support!!
Website looking great!!
Arielle, so glad I found your bog it’s really great! I am a fellow chocolate lover cant go a day with out it so this really helps to find healthier options: )
Yea for chocolate lovers!!So glad to have you, thanks for reading Krystle!
I love the new look but im having a hard time finding a couple of the recipes I love from you, do you stil have the Strawberry Basil Chickpea Salad Sandwiches recipe and you also had one for a protein ball that i think you made at class you put on…it had dates and almond butter, ground almands? Please let me know how i can find them!! I love all of your stuff! Thanks for sharing all you yummy and healthy recipes with us!
I’m so sorry! When my blog got redone, my recipe index changed and got all crazy! It’s one of my goals to get that done next month so it looks all pretty! But here are the links for the recipes you are looking for:
Hi, love your site and your recipes, I may not know how to access the recipes to print, is there an easy way to print your recipes? I have been writing them down so far.
I don’t have a way to print, but I am hoping to get one installed soon!
What brand of coconut milk do you use?
I am going to make your date cupcakes with strawberry whip cream frosting for my daughter’s first birthday party. We have already tried them out and they are SO good!! Thank you for the recipe. I was wondering if you know if the cupcakes could be frosted beforehand and set out during the party or if the frosting would “melt” all over and I should just frost them as we serve them?
Hi Jennifer! So glad you enjoyed them!! The frosting does well as long as it isn’t warm in the house. If anything you could keep the frosting pre-made in the fridge before the party, and then right before the party frost them and set them out. setting them out for a little bit definitely wouldn’t hurt! Happy Birthday to your Little one!
I love your blog! I have made several of the recipes, including the almond balls, which were a big hit with my family. I made the s’more schmalls they did not turn out like the photos. I am wondering what type of dates you use. I used packed pitted dates. I am wondering if I should have used a different type of date.
It’s been quite awhile since I’ve made those balls, but I remember them being more crumbly than what the almond balls are. Pitted dates just mean the pitts were removed which is great and exactly what you want! But no dates are the same in my eyes, some are more dry and some are more tender and soft. That can alter how something turns out. What did they look like?
The ones I made appreared to be much lighter in color than the ones you made. They tasted great and the kids ate them up in a flash! The dates that I used were quite dry, perhaps thats what made the difference. Thanks for replying to my question, great blog!
Hello, I was wondering where you found the stacking stands and ribbon that you used to make your chocolate cupcakes with cream cheese frosting. I have looked all over the internet and can’t find it.
Just wanted to say thank you for doing your blog. It has helped me greatly to look at food preparation in a different way. It is hard to find healthy recipes that taste good. Now we drink green smoothies all the time and when all the sudden my son stopped eating avocados – bam! Avocado Chocolate Pudding! He has no clue and loves it. At the moment I am waiting for the No Bake Give Me Some Energy Bars to cool off. Thank you for sharing and improving our gastronomical experience
YOU are the sweetest girl! Thank you so much for sharing with me your story! You are making me blush! I am so glad your son is enjoying the pudding, it’s definitely a family favorite! So glad to hear from you, and thanks so much for your kind words!
I want to follow you on facebook but wasn’t sure what name you go under.
Press the f symbol under my about me picture on the right of the sidebar! Hope that helps!
Gorgeous Blog you have! I just saw your Strawberry Broccoli salad on Pinterest and have a request. I will be doing a post next week on Strawberry Salads and I would like to include yours. May I have your permission to not only link to your post, but download one of the pictures of your lovely salad? In my Ten Delicious Strawberry Salad post, I will display your salad photo with a link back to your site. I will NOT be displaying the recipe. Please email your reply to firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to your reply! Thank you!
Thank you for your comment! I give you my permission,and would love if you let me know when the post it published! Thank you so much for asking me before using my content!
Thank you Arielle! I will add your wonderful salad and link to my list. It will be posted on Tuesday of this coming week. Have a wonderful weekend my new friend!
Thank you Arielle! I will add your wonderful salad and link to my list.
I’ve stumbled across your blog and love it! Is there anyway possible to find out the recipe for your local farmer’s markets Peanut Butter Green Bar that you have pictured under the healthy snack page please? I’m not in your area and both my son and I LOVE peanut butter and those look yummy (and you made them sound addictive!)
Thank you for trying!
Oh I miss those bars just talking about them! But I bought them from a local store in San Diego when I lived there, and I have TRIED to find a recipe, but I just can’t! BUT, maybe you are close to the restaurant because they have a few in different parts of the country. It’s called The Yellow Deli. Hopefully you have some luck! I know that the ingredients are kale, spinach, swiss chard, peanut butter, agave nectar, peanuts, chocolate chips, and yerbe matte. It resembles a cliff bar I believe. And they use powdered greens that were dehydrated. I’ve tried to recreate, but have badly failed lol!
I have tried to view your recipe for Apple Maple Cinnamon Quinoa Parfait several times on my phone and several different computers. Each time the page does not load and on a few occasions it has caused the internet to not respond and crash. I would love to see this recipe, because it sounds so yummy, but it won’t let me :0(
I’m so sorry Rache! My old posts from years back were transferred from another website and have always had a hard time loading. If you want I can email you the recipe?
That would be awesome! I have tried two of your breakfast recipes so far and love them both! I have noticed that some of your recipes call for full fat coconut milk. How can I tell it’s full fat?
Full fat coconut milk is canned coconut, and it will just say coconut milk. There are other cans that will say light, and that means they aren’t full fat. What’s your email so I can send u the recipe?
Love your blog!
Just a minor problem with spelling. I’ve noticed that when you use the word course (as in, “Yet of coarse, she lives off of green smoothies…”, “And of coarse you could always resort to that jar in the back of your pantry…”) you use the spelling “coarse” which means rough or loose in texture among other things. You want to be using “course” in these cases.
Funny story, I get comments like this every so often. I’m a horrible speller, so i appreciate when people help me out . And I usually write my posts late late at night when I’m delirious and tired . Thanks, I will change that soon!
I just found your blog and your recipes look fantastic! I’m wondering if you sell your recipes in an ebook or regular cookbook? I’m having a hard time finding truly healthy cookbooks or they’re healthy but the food is terrible. Yours looks great!
Thanks a bunch,
I don’t have a cookbook or ebook, but maybe some day! Thank you for making me feel so special!
Arielle i love your blog! Cant believe i havent found it sooner! You have the cutest little family Love reading your cooking stories and seeing your gorgeous pics x
Awe thank you Jo! You are making me smile! Thank you thank you!
Hello I am new to your blog, I am in the market for a juicer can you recommend one?
I have a jack lalane and it works great!
your blog has gotten me through MANY boring hours at work.. I tell people about it as often as I can. Just wanted to let you know
Thank you so much for the super sweet comment! This made my night! So glad to help you through your work day ! XO
I have written you before via facebook! I hate to bother you again but I was wondering where your post was that had where you spoke with your (I think) church group? I am looking to speak with a women’s group in the next month or so and I didn’t know if you had any ideas/advice to give! Not that I want to steal anything from that link but hopefully it can give me some guidance as to which way to go! I tend to go off into so many directions!
Thanks so much!
I’m so sorry I missed your facebook email! I feel terrible!
I can give you some ideas, no problem! What I did was basically gather all the ‘basic’ type of health food ingredients that people might be unfamiliar with. Like whole wheat flours, grains, legumes, natural sweeteners, etc. And I had them displayed with a card that talked about their benefits. Then I shared my personal story on how I came to choose a healthier life style and why it is so important to me. I also shared 3 recipes that I thought were good starter recipes, a green smoothie, salad, and dessert.
Here is the link for that post:
Hope that helps! Good luck!
Hello! I have recently took to a new healthy clean eating lifestyle. Upon doing this I have also recently discovered your blog and I love it! Your little ones are too cute! Anyways I have tried a couple of your recipes and LOVED them all so far. I tried to make the turkey meatballs with spaghetti squash this evening and I don’t know what I did wrong but my squash did not turn out anything like spaghetti. It was more of the consistency of a sweet potato. ( We ended up having meatballs [ they were fantastic] on wheat w/ a spinach salad) Any ideas where I went wrong with the squash? Overcooked, undercooked?
Thank you so much for your sweet comment, I feel loved that you tried so many of the recipes! I am so sorry that the squash didn’t turn out! I will say that it not the consistency of spaghetti, it’s a little more tough. It shouldn’t be mushy, but soft and more tender. How long did you cook it for?
Love your blog! Looking for your fresh yogurt ranch recipe, can’t find it when I search? Can you send me it please? Thanks a bunch! Vanessa, email@example.com
Trying to figure out what you used to make your candy cane fruit skewers for strawberries and bananas. I can’t figure out what to put them on to make them shape that way. Ideas?
I actually just used a white plate, and placed them on the plate, red then white, and formed them into the shape of a candy cane. I didn’t put them on a stick or anything because it was for my two year old. I made it so it was safe and easy to eat and pick up!
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