Pumpkin Espresso Hazelnut Fudge (Paleo, Vegan, Raw)

Pumpkin Espresso Hazelnut Fudge (Paleo, Vegan, Raw)
Yes, I know some of you are thinking have you succumbed to pumpkin mania already? To that I say no, because it can’t be pumpkin mania when pumpkin is torturing me. More specifically, every time I go to the coffee shop for my usual unsweetened cold-brew the pumpkin pastries torment me. So, this Pumpkin Espresso Hazelnut Fudge is my attempt to get a little of my own back in a way that won’t make my tummy seriously unhappy. Because I...
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Fruity Coconut Breakfast Tart

Fruity Coconut Breakfast Tart
Say hello to the Fruity Coconut Breakfast Tart! It’s simple to make but interesting to eat, and easy on the eyes. The simple to make part is important, because most of my Saturday mornings are spent at my neighborhood Crossfit box (and by “neighborhood” I mean it’s a ten minute jog away, great warm-up). If I’m going to make breakfast before heading off to the morning WOD (short for workout of the day, in Crossfit terms) I opt for something...
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Curried Carrot Fritters Stack

Curried Carrot Fritters Stack
I made this curried carrot fritters stack this past weekend and they’re an incredibly delicious and non-traditional way to use your waffle iron. You can also shape the fritters into patties and cook them in a skillet, but on weekends I like to take things just a tad further and do things like cook fritters in the waffle iron for the extra presentation points. There’s nothing traditional about this recipe, but it’s tasty because it borrows tried-and-true flavors from Indian...
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Eggy Onion Breakfast Bread

Eggy Onion Breakfast Bread
What happens when onions, eggs and bacon are all you have in the fridge? You invent Eggy Onion Breakfast Bread! I could’ve simply served all three separately on a plate, I suppose, but where’s the fun in that? This breakfast bread has crumbled bacon worked into the grain/nut-free dough, and is topped with caramelized onions. It’s a simple concept, but turned out much better than expected. The sweetness of the onions paired with the salty, savory bread is everything I...
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