Nov 172013
Pumpkin Spice Pancakes (gluten free, dairy free, grain free)

Good Morning from San Francisco! This week, I’m in beautiful Mill Valley on the edge of Muir Woods visiting my best friend for her birthday and for breakfast I raided her pantry and threw these delicious pumpkin pancakes together. This recipe makes a tender, moist and delicious pancake –  and while I will continue to [continue reading]

Jun 212013
Gluten Free Chocolate Strawberry Donut Protein Pancakes

These awesome pancakes were NOT the original plan. You may recall from my last waffle post that I have been wanting a cast-iron waffle maker for some time, and I thought I found a good one online. It finally showed up yesterday, just in time for the new gluten-free, no sugar chocolate protein waffle batter [continue reading]

Nov 302012
Gluten-Free Buckwheat Crepes with Raspberry-Protein "Sorbet"

If you thought you had to give up delicious food like Crepes to create a lean physique, think again. Muscles like protein to grow, carbs to replace glycogen stores, and healthy fat to use as an energy source and allow for the proper uptake of many nutrients. The trick is to create a delicious meal [continue reading]

Aug 172012
Bacon Dipped Maple-Protein Pancakes gluten free, dairy free

Your Complete Breakfast… You read that right. Bacon – dipped in my new gluten-free, dairy-free Maple Protein Pancakes. You guys know breakfast is my favorite thing to eat (I often make second breakfast haha) and the only thing better than pancakes for breakfast is protein pancakes. I’ve been trying not to eat too much sugar [continue reading]

Jul 092012
Blueberry Protein Pancakes (gluten-free, dairy-free)

Blueberries are in season! Did you know that blueberries are a fruit that’s actually native to North America? They’re very low sugar, high in antioxidants, and have the ability to improve your memory. I’ve been eating them a lot this summer – putting them in green smoothies and on my breakfast salads. I had an [continue reading]

May 112012
Strawberry Crepes

Delicious, Healthy and Fun! These crepes are delicious, simple and fun to make with kids. I use sprouted spelt flour in this recipe. Spelt flour contains some gluten (a plant protein), though less than wheat flour. The sprouting process allows for a partial breakdown of the gluten (and other anti nutrients found on the external [continue reading]