I created this blog back in 2016 when I was following Bright Line Eating, as a way of sharing BLE-friendly recipes and connecting with others who were eating in a similar way. I no longer follow the program (you can read all about my journey here) but over the years I created a lot of resources designed specifically for folks in that community.
While the focus of my blog has changed, I decided to keep these resources available, as they are beloved in the BLE community and helpful for many people who are getting started with a sugar & flour free lifestyle, on a weight loss journey, or preferring to eat in a structured way. On this page you will find the cookbooks and resources that I created during those years.
Cookbooks for Sugar & Flour Free Eaters
Available in both print and digital download. Click the pictures for more info.
Meal Plans & Recipe Collections
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Journals & Planners
Here are some all-in-one journals to simplify your meal planning & journaling routines.
Here are a few of my most helpful tips & tricks for newbies.
I don\’t know about you, but when I first started doing Bright Line Eating I hated oatmeal. Seriously, it made me gag. Now my morning oatmeal is my favorite meal of the day. . . .
I’m not sure I know how to express in words the love that I have for simple fruit compote. It has completely revolutionized my breakfast. I put it on almost everything. All jams, jellies, and compotes are all variations on . . .
I learned to make this type of healthy breakfast cookies when I was in Bright Line Eating and not eating any flour or sweeteners. Even though I don’t follow this way of eating anymore, I still make these cookies all the time because . . .
I began doing Bright Line Eating in October of 2016, and as I’ve shared, I’ve moved away from that way of eating. And while I’ve been exploring a mindful eating approach to deepening my relationship with food, I have no . . .
Flour-free and sweetener-free baking can be tricky. Here are my tips for making delicious wholesome baked goods along with some recipes that the whole family will enjoy! . . .
It can be hard to find unsweetened plant-based yogurt out there in the world, so I make my own. I was surprised how easy (and delicious) it is! . . .
I usually try to make a new recipe to share with you all on the weekends, but this weekend I was couch-ridden with a stomach flu. So, naturally, I thought I’d blog about it. When I’m sick, I don’t worry . . .
Portable Food Choices Protein: Beans – canned, in pouches, or pre-cooked and weighed into single-serving containers or ziplocks Edamame – shelled and weighed into single-serving containers or ziplocks Quinoa – pre-cooked and weighed into single-serving containers or ziplocks Lentils – . . .
At first, it might feel like the structure of a food recovery program is too inflexible or fragile for traveling or adventuring. I felt that way during the weight loss phase. But now, 150 days into maintenance, I’m living pretty . . .