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    Cranberry orange muffin recipe

    The story behind this Cranberry orange muffin recipe is really funny. We started a diet a few weeks ago ( the keto diet) and Cris wanted to make keto friendly crepes. He decided to make the same recipe he usually makes and just replace regular flour with coconut flour. I knew that it was going to be a totally failure, but he made them and in fact they were a failure lol. They were a mess but it tasted good. He did not gave up, he added more ingredients, pour them in cupcake tins and bake them, we were amazed by the result. It wasn’t a failure after all lol.…

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    Overnight oatmeal in a jar, Mango and Matcha

    I had seen lots of overnight oatmeal in a jar recipes lately and I decided to give them a try. I have heard that matcha and mango go pretty well, so I want to try the flavor combination in this recipe. If you are not familiar with matcha, I strongly suggest you to try it first. I love matcha because you can add it to almost anything it’s like vanilla, you can even make a Matcha Latte! The flavor is really intense, so you might want to start with small quantities.  It’s delicious and it’s packed with so many benefits. If you want to learn more about matcha, benefits and…

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    Yogurt + Matcha + Honey

     We all know the amazing benefits of greek yogurt, full of protein and probiotics and matcha it’s also packed with many benefits. This is a super easy way to vary the typical taste of yogurt having a powerful and nutritious breakfast!   We buy Greek yogurt with honey, but if you have plain yogurt you can add one or two teaspoons of honey and add 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of matcha (the highest quality powdered green tea available). I personally add 1/2 teaspoon, I suggest you go testing 1/4 teaspoon at a time because depending on the quality of the matcha, the  flavor can be quite intense. For the topping…

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    Coconut and Pineapple oatmeal

    Yogurt and oatmeal are super versatile, you can add a variety of ingredients and the flavor  will change completely! That’s why I love them! Such simple ingredients like pineapple, coconut and cinnamon will give your regular oatmeal a yummy tropical twist. Place in a saucepan over medium heat: – 1/2 cup oatmeal -1 Cup milk (I use soy milk flavored with vanilla, if using regular milk you can add a teaspoon of vanilla and sugar) -3 Tablespoons grated coconut -1 Tablespoon brown sugar -1/3 Cup pineapple cut into pieces (1 to 1 1/2 slices) Bring them to a boil and then reduce the heat to medium low, stirring occasionally until…