Danielle’s Digest: Week of 1/31/16

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This week you’ll see some new recipes coming your way, a new recipe video tutorial, some more of my Whole 30 compliant meals and a little something I need your help with! I also did an interview with The New Potato and shared with them my beauty routines, ideal meals, why changing your diet can… Read more »

Best Paleo Recipes of 2015

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Best Paleo Recipes 2015 - Kitchen-300

I am so pleased to have contributed to the second annual Best Paleo Recipes of 2015 eBook! The eBook features recipes from over 30 of the top names in the Paleo community and is overflowing with almost 500 pages of gorgeous photos and recipes! I know you will enjoy this eBook and discover so many new and enticing recipes. With… Read more »

GIVEAWAY and A Virtual Cookie Exchange!

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Thank you to everyone for participating in our Virtual Cookie Exchange! I absolutely loved seeing all of the cookies and holiday treats you guys prepared. The winners were selected randomly, one from each social platform (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter).   And the winners are… Grand Prize: Jessica Carlan (Instagram) 2 Runner-Ups: Shonda Hector @realfoodmommy (Twitter) and… Read more »

Parenting Gift Guides!

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Gift Guides

I’ve been asked so many times by all of you to create a list of my favorite baby products. It’s finally complete after testing a bunch of things out in Easton’s first couple of months! There are so many products out there and it was totally overwhelming for me to research them all when I… Read more »

Danielle’s Digest: week of 9/27/15

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I’m back to work on my third book, and Easton is along for the ride! We’ve been having fun creating in the kitchen this week, and also playing scientists trying to figure out the differences between palm shortening brands! Scroll to the bottom to see the experiment! Easton and I are in the kitchen creating… Read more »

Throwing a Backyard Barbecue

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One of my favorite things to do during the summer is host outdoor parties. Thankfully with California weather, we’re able to eat outside 70% of the year, but the carefree nature of friends and kids getting together during the summer months is my favorite. It may have something to do with the fact that the house… Read more »

Spiralized Zucchini Pesto Pasta with Peas and Pancetta

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  I think you are going to love this simple Spiralized Zucchini Pesto Pasta with Peas and Pancetta. That’s quite the alliteration! It is so simple to prepare and is prefect for a light, summer dinner.   I used spiral-sliced, or spiralized, zucchini to create the noodles and tossed it with crispy pancetta, sweet peas,… Read more »

Tangled Thai Salad

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  I’m so excited to share this Spiralized Thai Salad Recipe with the Today Show today! Head over to their website to see the recipe and also an instructional video! Click Here to View The Recipe and Watch An Instructional Video! The recipe uses a spiralizer (or spiral-slicer) to create noodles out of vegetables and… Read more »

Tour My Kitchen : The Decor

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Shop this Photo!   I am so excited to share my special creative space with you finally! I’ll be doing a series of posts on everything from the decor, to the kitchen tools I use most, and also a peek inside my fridge and pantry! You can see the kitchen tools post by clicking here,… Read more »

Paleo BBQ Sauce

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  So many of you have asked for a Paleo BBQ Sauce recipe that is strict Paleo without the use of added sweeteners, so I converted the barbecue sauce from my books Against all Grain (page 326) and Meals Made Simple (page 250) and experimented with using dates. The smell that fills the house when you’re cooking this… Read more »