So here we go:
- I became a Quitter. At the beginning of this month, I turned in my notice to my Corporate job so I can focus on Health Coaching full time. I am so excited, nervous, scared, pumped, anxious, etc. But mostly excited! This means that I'm going to have more time to dedicate to my current clients, open my availability for new clients, and create awesome and relevant content more regularly. Speaking of content....
- I started an e-Newsletter. So sign up to get weekly access to exclusive content, recipes, articles, events, etc. I know what you're thinking: "Between Groupon, the Prince of Nigeria, and all the cat pictures I get from Great Aunt Sally, there is no more room in my inbox." Or "I already follow you on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. What do you possibly have to add to those?" Well, I love Social Media, but I have no control over whether or not my posts show up on your news feed so you could be missing a lot of great information. Even if you've followed by blog through Blogger, this is different. But due to anti-spam laws I cannot sign you up! Plus I promise my newsletter will be more relevant than those cat pictures! Speaking of relevant...
- I'm officially a Certified Health Coach. I finished and passed my final exam from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and am accredited by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. This has been an incredibly enlightening and amazing journey, but it does not stop here. I plan to continue to grow and learn every day, attend seminars and workshops, and attain designations.
So I think that about sums it up for now... but stay tuned because there is more to come!
Low Carb, Real Food, Super Delish Burger Bun
If you are gluten free, low carb, or just avoid bread, you know this time of year can be depressing. You are usually the one left to munch on your slab of meat between two pieces of lettuce, or worse, cutting it up with a knife and fork.
So here we go. A bun made with just 5 ingredients and that looks and tastes pretty darn close to a normal bun. Plus it only takes 20 minutes to make. 10 cool points for me, right?
You can make this in advance and it will store for several days in the fridge. Just make sure you take it out in enough time to come to room temperature.
The recipe makes 1/2 of a bun. So if you want to make enough for one burger, double it. If you want to make enough for 2 burgers, make 4. And so on...
1/2 Teaspoon Coconut Flour
1/2 Teaspoon Cacao Powder
1/2 Teaspoon Baking Powder
Pinch of salt
Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees.
Grease a small, oven safe bowl with coconut oil. I used my Pyrex custard cups. If you do not have a dish that you feel comfortable using in the oven, there is a microwave option listed below.
Add all the ingredients to the bowl.
Whisk ingredients together until there are minimal to no lumps (some lumps are ok, but not a ton).
Put the bowl in the oven for 15 minutes, or until mixture is firm. The bun will be light brown in color. You can microwave it, if you prefer, for 90 seconds
Allow the bun to cool. Use a knife and scrape between the egg and the dish and gently pop the bun out.
Create a majestic burger to make all other burgers jealous.
And voila! All your burger problems solved!