12.04.2015

Spinach Tomato Mushroom Frittata

Sometimes I get bored eating soft boiled eggs. So, I decided to switch up my egg game with a Frittata. It's probably one of the easiest things to make, and you can really add whatever you want to it. This meal is perfect for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! I added a dash of Frank's Hot Sauce - SO GOOD!

  • pie dish
  • large bowl
  • 10 eggs 
  • handful of spinach 
  • 1/2 cup cherry tomatoes cut in half
  • one cup mushrooms - cut in half
  • salt + pepper 
  • avocado oil 
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Grease your pie dish with avocado oil (or oil of your choice)
  3. Scramble the eggs 
  4. Add all your veggies, salt + pepper
  5. Mix everything together in a large bowl
  6. Pour the mixture into your pie dish
  7. Bake for 20 - 25 minutes (until done)
  8. Enjoy

If you want you can even add sausage, bacon, prosciutto! Just check the ingredients if you want to make it Whole30 approved! 

Simple, and easy!! 

xo, Steph   

Eating Out // Whole30 at Chipotle

If you are doing a Whole30 or an extended Whole30, eating out can be a little challenging. You don't want to be a bother either asking a million questions. "What oil is that cooked in?" "Is there added sugar?"  My go-to place is always Chipotle. The only meat there that is Whole30 approved are the carnitas. 





I always order the bowl (no rice or beans), extra carnitas, fresh tomato salsa, lettuce, and of course guacamole. Squeeze a fresh lemon on top, and it makes it even better! It is really filling, and sometimes I have leftovers. 

Keeping it simple, and healthy!

xo, Steph 

12.03.2015

Whole90 Round Two

So, I decided to just jump right in and do another Whole90. After completing my last Whole90, things got really busy, I gained some weight, and honestly felt awful. I haven't been to the gym in forever, and I stopped doing a lot of the things that I really enjoy. Running. Yoga. Eating Paleo.

You don't have to wait for Monday, the new year, or a new month to start something. That's a habit I wanted to break. I am always telling myself - "Just start Monday." Monday comes, and goes, and I am right back where I was - "Just start Monday."

When I do a Whole30 or Whole90, the only way I can stay on track is always being prepared. So, I went to Target, and Costco to stock up.



Here are the things that I always like to have when doing a Whole30/Whole90

  • LARABAR's (make sure the ones you are eating are compliant!!) 
  • Applegate hot dogs, and roast beef (again make sure the lunch meat is compliant)
  • Kombucha!! It's a must!
  • La Croix ANOTHER must!!
  • Fruit
  • Veggies
  • Meat (chicken, ground beef, pork chops)
  • Seafood (salmon and tuna are my go-to's)
  • Aidells Chicken Apple Sausage (these are great for breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
  • Eggs!!!!
  • Compliant Bacon - if you can't find compliant bacon prosciutto is a great alternative
  • Almonds
  • Canned coconut milk
  • Avocados 
  • Avocado Oil
  • Sea Salt, Pepper, Red Pepper Flakes 
  • Herbs 
  • WATER 
  • Dates
  • Almond BUTTTTERRRR
  • Compliant Pasta Sauce (no sugar added)   
If you need more info on doing a Whole30 for the first time - check out their website!! It has all the info!! www.whole30.com

xo, Steph 



How to Cook a Spaghetti Squash - The Easy Way

Hello!! I haven't posted here in a long time. Things have been really busy, but I am back!!

I know I have shared this here before, and on my Instagram a few times, but I really wanted to share this life saving hack! I mean, it IS a lifesaver. Have you ever tried to cut open a spaghetti squash? I feel like I might cut off a finger or two.



The easiest way I have found is just letting it cook in your slow cooker/crock pot. That's it. No poking holes, adding water, stabbing it. Nada. I just cook it on low for three hours (times vary depending on how fast your crock pot/slower cooker cooks), let it cool, and then slice it open, and then shred the inside with a fork.

Easy peasy!!

xo, Steph