What do we eat the most of? 

Since Mike and I began this health journey, our groceries have changed a LOT! In insane the amount my of spinach we go through! I’m talking 3-4 big Costco containers of spinach! Seriously, that’s a freakin lot of spinach! And eggs…. Holy frig! Like 40 a week! No kidding!  


Blueberries, strawberries, apples, cucumbers, peppers and carrots are all up there too. Every day I take… What I call, a yogurt parfait..,. I actually do up 4-5 of  these in mason jars, on Sunday’s. They are crazy good and are a great 10am snack.  


So for you fixers – 1 purple of fruit, 1 yellow of oatmeal, 1 orange of seeds or my new fav, hemp hearts and 1 red of plain Greek yogurt.., if yA have to, put a splash of maple syrup or honey… Yum! So needless to say, I go through a lot of steel cut oats and hemp hearts and sunflower seeds 😀 


Costco had the big bag of steel cut oats and the Manitoba Hemp hearts and I get my sunflower seeds at Real Food Connections here in Fredericton.

Now I don’t have a sweet tooth….most of the time… But about once a month….I do. So I have these homemade peanutbutter cups in my freezer…. Um… The bomb dot com….

1/2 cup of coconut oil – melt!!!!! ( my friend didn’t and let’s just say they were UGLY! )

1/2 cup of cocoa powder

1/4 cup of honey

1 TBSP vanilla extract

1/4 cup natural peanutbutter.

Mix 1st 4 ingredients until smooth. Put 1 tsp. In 12 small cupcake tins (I line them with paper cupcake liners) freeze for about 5 minutes then top with a tsp. Peanutbutter and then another tsp of the chocolate mixture. Freeze for another 5 minutes and then put a couple of sea salt flexs on top of each one. 

Fixers these are 3 tsp. Each 🙂 


The last 2 things we always have on hand are Ezikel wraps – superstore – health food frozen section – wraps are always our back up plan for lunches  


And we have tons of Masonjars on hand! Yard sales are great for these! 
Happy shopping!!! 


6 thoughts on “What do we eat the most of? 

  1. OOh I will have to find those wraps – I think wraps are an easy fast way to have a lunch meal, but don’t want to grab the high cal, white ones from Costco!
    Thanks for the tips!


  2. Krista, I love your blog. Can you give us the recipe for the honey garlic chicken? And for the maple dressing. I have the same bottle of maple balsamic. How much oil and how much balsamic?


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