Nothing says Mother's Day like a delicious brunch to spoil the special mamas that we love so much! Here's a round-up of some of my favorite healthy brunch recipes that would come together to make the most perfect menu for your brunch festivities this weekend!
You guys know I love a good snack board / cheese board situation… but how about a Pancake & Waffle Breakfast Board!? Don’t even get me started – it’s a brunch dream! This is so much fun to put together and even more fun to share with your friends! It’s loaded up with paleo pancakes & waffles and all the toppings your heart could dream of – berries, oranges, banana, whipped coconut cream, peanut butter, chocolate almond butter, maple syrup, chocolate chips… you get the idea, it's the ideal way for everyone to build their own perfect pancake and waffle stack! And with Mother's Day coming up on Sunday, this would be such a special way to spoil the amazing mamas in your life!
Why does homemade pie crust seem so intimidating? Maybe because with a regular pie crust you have to worry about the cold butter and refrigerating the dough and rolling it out, etc. etc. That's what has kept me from attempting a homemade crust for so long, but with a paleo crust, none of that is a factor and you can whip it up in a matter of minutes! No rolling required, no refrigerating, no intimidation necessary — you just mix a couple simple ingredients together and press it into a pie dish with your hands. It's truly as easy as... pie!? ;) Seriously though, it's so simple and the perfect crust for any pie or quiche recipe that your heart desires (I strongly recommend trying it out with my Paleo Pesto & Veggie Quiche)!
I'm super excited to dive deep into the topic of introducing solids & answer all of your questions on feeding your baby with the help of my friend, Jessica Diamond, who is a nutritionist specializing in infants, children, and families, a mama herself, and the co-host of the podcast Meaning Full Living, which is basically a "Cliff's Notes" guide to parenting all about breaking down the overwhelming topics and making them easy and fun to understand so we can live our best lives with our families! She's a real gem, let me tell you! I first mentioned Jessica when I shared my first Introducing Solids post, which talks all about how we got started Noah, tips and advice, recipe ideas, and products you'll love. There were still so many questions after that post, that we decided to do a Part 2 to answer all of them. Let's get into it!
I've thought about putting my Homemade Cashew Milk on the blog for a while now, but I almost wondered if it was too simple to share on here. I mean can you call it a recipe when there's only 4 ingredients and all you have to do is blend it!? Then I realized, yes, yes you can, and who doesn't love an easy peasy 1-step recipe, especially when it tastes this delicious!? I'm a huge fan of making nut milk at home because 1, it tastes way better (I swear this is like a healthy milkshake!), and 2, you don't have to worry about any weird thickeners or additives in it like you do with so many store-bought options. Of all the nut milks, cashew is my favorite, not just from a taste perspective, but also because you don't have to soak or strain the nuts, so it literally comes together within 2 minutes! Let's make it shall we!?
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Lindsay is a Holistic Nutritionist who lives for a great meal, a beautiful farmers market, daily matcha lattes, and homemade chocolate chip cookies. Weeknight Bite is Lindsay's happy place where her nutrition practice, simple recipes, and wellness tips come together to inspire you to live a healthy, balanced life.