gluten free

healthy chocolate mousse

hi! okay so this is a great way to use overripe avocados so that they don’t go to waste!!

for every one (medium sized) avocado use:

¼ cup of almond/coconut milk (I’m lactose intolerant but you could use regular milk too!)

1/6 cup of honey

3 tbs of cocoa powder

2 teaspoons of vanilla (to taste)

3 tbs of melted chocolate chips (optional)

just mix all of the ingredients up in a blender! It’s super easy and filling, plus it’s a great desert and it’s healthy, and vegan!
if you blend it enough it has a wonderful smooth texture, no lumps or anything, it’s very smooth and rich.

if you want you can put it in the fridge to chill it, but I just eat it straight out of the blender haha

Podcast Episode 7: Traveling While Paleo!

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Heading out of town with your cave clan? How do you fuel yourself on the road and when you finally arrive? We’ll fill you in on how we find food at an airport, fuel ourselves on the flight, and how we grab grub once we get to our destination. Pack your bags and listen to our Paleo travel tips!

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Let’s face it: no matter how many costumed characters roam the Strip, Las Vegas ain’t the most kid-friendly vacation spot in the world. Still, our family decided to take a surprise weekend trip to Sin City to attend a “Weird Al” Yankovic concert. In this episode, the kids gleefully fill everyone in on what they ate and observed in Las Vegas.

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WHEN SOMEHOW THE UNIVERSE COMES TOGETHER TO GIVE ME GLUTEN FREE OPTIONS:

So, I went to a tapas bar tonight that I knew had a full gluten free menu (Taberna La Concha in Madrid) and the waitress was like “Oh, you know this weekend is the gluten free tapas tour, right?” And then she gave me a flier that lists a bunch of tapas places that are doing gluten free this weekend for the Asociacion de Celiacos y Sensibles al Gluten! I am so excited!