Peanut Butter Cereal Truffles
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by jen udashkin
1M ago
These cereal truffles are so easy to make! Made with better for you ingredients, they make a perfect holiday treat to enjoy with the entire family. If peanut allergies are a problem, sub peanut butter with sunflower butter or coconut butter. Decorate the truffles with coconut flour to make them look like snowballs, or add coloured sprinkles to make them festive! Hope you enjoy them, happy holidays! Peanut Butter Cereal Truffles Naturally sweetened with maple syrup, and completely gluten free! 1 cup natural peanut butter 1 tbsp coconut oil 1 tsp real vanilla extract 1/4 cup maple syrup 1 cup ..read more
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Peach Blender Muffins
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by jen udashkin
6M ago
  I’m really happy to be back in the kitchen and developing new recipes! Peaches and nectarines have been a constant in our house this summer, and I really wanted to make a morning muffin highlighting this delicious fruit. So often, we see fruit muffins using bananas, and I thought, why not do it with peaches! You know how much I love to reduce the amount of tools you need for a recipe, so as I was blending my muffins, I thought hmmmm what if we make the whole recipe in here? After many tests, I think I finally perfected the easiest, healthiest, muffin recipe that your whole family will l ..read more
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1-Bowl Almond Oat Squares (GF)
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by jen udashkin
2y ago
These super easy almond oat squares are the perfect breakfast or snack solution for you and your baby. The base is simple, and allows for you to flavour to your palette. Add blueberries for a fruity kick, or add shredded zucchini and carrots for some added veggie goodness. Packed with healthy fats, protein, and fiber, these taste good, and are good for you too! Almond Oat Squares are a great option if you are exploring baby led weaning, as breakfast options can be hard! A lot of breakfasts need a spoon (think yogurt and a bowl of oatmeal), which can be a bit of a mess and struggle if you’re do ..read more
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Asian Chicken Ramen Soup (GF)
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by jen udashkin
2y ago
This soup is a new staple in our household. With the chicken, veggies, and noodles, it is a perfect warming one bowl meal! We are huge pho lovers, and this is the perfect make at home substitute! If chicken isn’t your deal, you can easily make this vegetarian by swapping the chicken for tofu and using a vegetable broth. To keep this recipe gluten free I used gluten free rice ramen noodles and tamari instead of soy sauce. Of course, if you do not need the recipe to be gluten free, choose your favourite noodle and regular soy sauce. I hope you love this dish as much as we do and it keeps you wa ..read more
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Gluten Free Vegetable Latkes
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by jen udashkin
2y ago
As it is our first chanukah as a family of four, I really wanted to begin to create holiday traditions our girls would remember forever. For me, what is most special about food and cooking is the emotional and social memories attached to it. The smell of chicken soup for example, always reminds me of family get togethers during my childhood. It isn’t about how extravagant or delicious the meal is, but the memories that go along with it. For Ella and Scarlett’s first Chanukah, I wanted them to have a latke that I felt good about giving them. Chanukah is all about the frying, so I wouldn’t take ..read more
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Italian Chicken Meatballs
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by jen udashkin
2y ago
Ingredients • 1 tsp onion powder • 1 tsp garlic powder • 1 tsp Italian seasoning or dried oregano • 3/4 tsp himalayan salt • 1 egg • 1/2 cup almond flour • 1 lb ground organic chicken • Tomato sauce to coat Instructions 1. Set oven to 400 degrees F.  Spray a large baking sheet with avocado oil. 2. In a large bowl, whisk all ingredients except for chicken until a paste forms. 3. Add your chicken and work mixture into the meat. Using a cookie scoop or tablespoon measure, form meatballs and arrange evenly on baking sheet. If the meatballs are sticking while rolling, just dip your fingers in ..read more
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Solids
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by jen udashkin
2y ago
Doing this post Q+A style based on all of your questions received on Instagram! Hoping this answers all of your questions. When did you start solids? 6 months! I really didn’t feel that they were ready and/or interested before then. What foods did you start with? Bitter vegetables- kale was their first food. Babies are inclined to like sweet (breast milk is sweet) so it’s important to expose them to veggies as well as fruit otherwise they will only want fruit! However, I personally feel it is also important for your baby to have a positive first experience with food, so if they hate broccoli ..read more
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Twin Pregancy
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by jen udashkin
3y ago
When finding out I was pregnant, I was unsure if/how I would integrate this new aspect of my life with Clean Eating Goddess. As eating and pregnancy go hand in hand, it was hard to keep this aspect of my life to myself. I really make an effort to keep my Instagram and blog about the food, but what always seems to amaze me is how engaged you are with aspects of my personal life. It shouldn’t amaze me, because I know this is the world we live in. However, by running a mostly food based blog and social, I wondered why people would be interested in me? Please have patience with me as I continue ..read more
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1-Bowl Banana Blueberry Muffins (GF/No Oil!)
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by jen udashkin
3y ago
After many failed pumpkin muffin attempts I finally realized the problem… I just don’t really love pumpkin. My desire for a delicious muffin did not however, go away. I find breakfast to be a real challenge lately as I am getting bored of the same old smoothie/oatmeal/toast situation. I wanted a muffin that truly felt breakfast-y. No chocolate, not too sweet, maybe a little healthier tasting, and packed with fruit. I love having a muffin breakfast bowl filled with yogurt, ground flax seeds, fresh fruit, and a chopped up muffin. Delicious! Doesn’t get easier with 1 bowl, and did I mention no ..read more
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1-Pot Beef and Loaded Vegetable Stew
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by jen udashkin
3y ago
Fall is here and were all looking for the next best comforting meal. After asking my followers on Instagram what they want to see for the season, so many of you wanted a meat version of chilli. Ps. If you want a vegetarian version, try this sweet potato one. Truth be told, I don’t really love the spices that go into a classic chilli. No judgement, but that smokey flavour is just not for me. So…I decided to make a dish that is as flavourful as chilli, but without the typical spices. What I love most about this meal, is you can really dump everything into a pot and let it do its thing. This make ..read more
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