Self Care After a Breakup: Five Things I Learned

writing in a journal

I can safely say (and I am sure almost anyone would agree) breakups SUCK! Recently, in November/December 2018 I went through my first major heartbreak and it nearly broke me. In fact, for a time, it did break me. I couldn't focus on anything, had zero appetite, couldn't sleep and cried more than I ever thought possible. When I was going through it, I didn't think I'd ever get past it. It felt like the hurt, anger, disappointment and sadness would stay with me forever. In the months that followed the breakup, I managed to work on a few things that really helped me feel stronger than I had ever felt before. Self care after a breakup is possible and today I am sharing five ways I learned how to practice self-care.

The Breakup: Not as Funny As The Movie

In the past, I've been through different types of heartbreak, with my mom passing away 9 years ago. And then my family life kind of fell apart and that left me feeling angry and sad. But with this breakup, the feelings were different. When my mom passed away, she didn't choose to leave me. But when my ex broke up with me, he chose to do that. And that feeling, the feeling of not being good enough hurts like a MF.

When The Breakup Turns Ugly

The breakup itself wasn't amicable at all and definitely not as funny as the Jen Aniston/Vince Vaughn flick. And after being with my ex for 14 years (and living together for 7 years), it hurt more than I can put into words how cold he was towards me. It was as if I meant nothing to him and all those years of closeness (and thinking he was my best friend) were gone. I learned after the breakup the real reason for the coldness and it nearly broke me (it's a story I shared long after this post went public).

But, I think no matter what the situation is, breakups are tough. They challenge you in every way possible and make you second guess yourself. After you give yourself time to heal, the lessons are there and I have learned so much about myself (and others) in the process.

Practicing self care is important no matter what, but after a breakup it can feel near impossible, which is why I wanted to share what worked for me. If you have ever gone through something like this or are currently going through it, it is my hope that this can serve as a resource for you.

photo of myself

Gave myself time:

Time truly is the only thing you have that can get you through something. I learned this when I was grieving for my mom too. People always say "time heals all" and I couldn't agree more. It doesn't mean that the hurt and sadness just go away over time, they are always there. But over time, you can start to live again and it becomes a little easier day-to-day. It can be hard to remember this as you're going through it, but it really does help.

How You Choose To Spend Your Time is Equally Important

I will say that not only is it time that helps, but what you do with that time that matters too. As much as being surrounded by friends and family helped, I also needed time to process things on my own. I was so used to always having someone around and learning to be on my own again was hard. As someone who thinks of themselves as independent, I began to realize how much I relied on my ex. It was a powerful lesson for me to see that as nice as it is to have someone, that person didn't complete me. I was whole on my own and I was capable of so much more than I thought.

The time that I gave myself is one of the most valuable things I've ever done. In the last 7 months, I have grown so much. Even when I look at photos of myself from just 10-12 months ago, I feel and look like a different person. And it isn't just a physical thing, but a mental one. People always complimented me on my strength, but the truth is, I didn't feel strong. I think I was good at avoiding things that hurt, rather than truly dealing with them. But the time I spent on myself gave me the perspective to really look at my life, what I wanted and what I didn't.

self care after breakup graphic

Surrounded myself with friends and family:

WOW, can I just start by saying the people in my life who were there for me throughout my breakup, I love you! Friends that I weren't super close to offered to come over and just hang out so I wouldn't be alone. I had friends drive from 4 hours away to come and be with me on my birthday after I had arguably one of the worst days of my life. And I had family call me everyday just to check in on me, listen to me, let me cry and offered unconditional love and support.

Learn to Reach Out

It is really hard for me to reach out and ask for help. I prefer to do things on my own, but I had to learn that it is not only ok, but necessary to lean on people. These people are there for you because they care about you and they want to be there and you'd do the same for them. So lean on them.  

I spend my days working for myself from home, so it is already a little isolating. So in the evenings and on weekends, I tried to spend time with friends. After spending one weekend alone, I felt myself getting depressed. I spent it inside and watched TV all day, cried and slept. There is nothing wrong with this, but it isn't healthy to do this all the time either. And I felt myself slipping into depression and so I made a promise to myself to reach out more. Self care after a breakup is much easier with friends and family.

photo of me in sayulita after breakup

Went to Therapy:

Around mid January 2019, I knew I needed to speak to a professional. Someone who wasn't a friend or family member that could offer an outside perspective. I've never went to therapy before and I was hesitant and a little embarrassed that I needed the help at first. But, this was one of the best decisions I ever made.

Therapy offered me the opportunity to look at my relationship in a different way. It allowed me the opportunity to talk about things in an open and honest way without fear of being judged or sharing too much with friends/family.

I would recommend therapy to anyone for anything. Of course, it may take a while to find the right therapist for you, but it is worth the time. If you find yourself dealing with heartbreak or anything else, please seek help.

Share That You Got Help

And if you have went to therapy, share it with others. I truly want to help end the stigma that getting help can still have. Everyone goes through things during their lives and there is nothing wrong with admitting you need help. Self care after a breakup is much easier when you have a therapist, trust me. The selfie below is what I took the day I finished my last therapy session (YAY!).

selfie after my last therapy session

No Dating:

I'll be honest, the thought of dating scared the hell out of me in the beginning. I had never done the online dating thing and I haven't gone out with anyone new in 14 years. I know how to be in a relationship, but I don't know how to date! Like, no clue, at all.

So I said no to dating. I wanted to give myself lots of time to really focus on me, I knew that eventually I would feel ready. There is no right time that I think you need to wait. Personally, it took me over 6 months to feel ready to start dating again. But now, I am in the right mindset and headspace to start dating. I am taking it slow, but so far, it's been pretty fun which surprised me to be honest. I am a pretty shy person when I first meet someone and it takes me a little time to open up, so I have had to recognize that this is ok. But it has also forced me a little to get out of my comfort zone and open up more.

Dating Requires Vulnerability and Openness

Dating requires a level of vulnerability and until you feel ready to share and be vulnerable, my advice is to say no to dating. Sharing from a scar is a lot different than sharing from an open wound. This is also why I had to give myself some time before sharing more about my breakup. I needed to really be able to look inwards and gain valuable insights so I can share that with others.

It's also important to note that you may not "feel ready" to start dating and you may need to push yourself a little. Because the longer you wait, the harder it will be to start. Go slow, but also know that dipping your toe in is better than nothing. Oh and dating can be fun, who knew?!

You can read more about what dating has been like over here. And also read more about my own sober curious journey.

self care after a breakup graphic

Focused on Me + Worked:

For the first time in the last 14 years, I put my needs ahead of anything else. I wasn't concerned about what my ex thought anymore nor was I concerned about protecting or defending him to others. Instead, I focused on what I wanted and what I needed. I booked a trip in February with my friend to Sayulita, Mexico (see pics below) and took the week to just relax and have fun in the sun. It wasn't the type of trip I was used to taking but something I had always wanted to do.

sayulita door to room
margaritas in sayulita
sayulita smoothie bowl

Journaling And Gratitude

I also journaled everyday in the beginning of my breakup. I would just write and write and write. Sometimes, it was pages long and it would be a rambling mess but it felt good and that is what mattered. I also stayed consistent with my gratitude journal, where I wrote down three things I am grateful for everyday.

These things helped me stay focused on me and what I wanted and needed. True self care after a breakup needs to include lots of alone time with a focus on your needs and wants.

journal and essential oils

Work to Stay Busy

I also worked a lot more than I did before. Not in the beginning, but after a few weeks, I picked up the amount of hours I worked in a day. It helped me feel like I had a greater purpose and kept me focused throughout the day so that my mind didn't wander to my ex. Distraction can be a good thing I think as long as you are still taking time to check in on yourself.

When you fill your day with things that fill you up and feel purposeful to you, it can completely change your perspective.

Bonus: Mend + Music + No Contact

One app that helped me SO MUCH in the beginning of my breakup was the Mend app. This app is a game changer! I used it daily to check in, listen to a short lesson on a topic that I chose about my breakup and journal. You can also track how you are feeling and what self-care practices you implemented that day. The lessons are fairly short, but very helpful and to the point. They also have lots of articles to browse through on the app that I found very useful. I highly recommend this app to anyone going through a breakup.

Please Don't Stop the Music

Music has always been something that I love. I listen to music everyday and after my breakup, I definitely found new songs and albums that helped me through this period. Obviously everyone has their own musical preference, but for me, I am not into super sappy or sad songs. I like hip hop and things that make me feel like dancing. Although I didn't feel like dancing much, I would sometimes put on something I loved and force myself to dance it out in my condo.

The top albums I listened to and helped me through my breakup were Beyoncé's Lemonade, especially the tracks- "Don't Hurt Yourself," "Sorry" and "Hold Up." I think you can take a wild guess as to why these songs resonated so well. I also listened a lot to Cardi B's Invasion of Privacy, especially the tracks "Be Careful," and "Thru Your Phone." Again, the song choices here are representative of how I was feeling at the time. But Beyoncé's album was super therapeutic for my own self care after the breakup.

photo of beyonce lemonade album

No Contact:

As hard as it was for me to do no contact because we lived together and had things to sort through, as soon as I could, I stopped all form of communication. That meant no texts, social media or anything else. It was hard at first to implement, but after the first few weeks, it got easier.

I had to set boundaries for myself to protect my energy and focus on healing. I would highly encourage anyone going through a breakup try and do no contact as well. That means deleting/blocking on all social media as well because it can be far too tempting to want to creep and see what they are doing. This is for your own sanity, trust me! No matter what the reason is for the breakup, I still think no contact is the best option in the beginning. If you are meant to be in each others lives as friends later on, it can still happen down the road.

Self-Care After A Breakup

This list is indicative of what worked for me. And I fully realize that everyone is different, but I hope that me sharing this and being vulnerable can help you if you need it. The last 7-8 months have been some of the hardest, but the growth I've experienced from it all is something that I truly feel I needed to go through. I am positive that the universe has bigger and better things in store for me and the reasons things happened as they did are part of the lesson and my journey.

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Karen Petterson
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This is one of my favorite recipes ever!!! I make this often & always make a double batch so I can have leftovers. I'll eat this for days, the flavor is so incredible. I like a lot of hoisin & ginger in mine.
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Hi Jen! For this, I serve with crackers and veggies such as carrots, radish and cucumber. I also included figs in the photo, but I'd stick to veggies and crackers for this. It can be made in advance and kept in the fridge, I'd recommend storing it separately from the dukkah topping. It tastes best at room temperature so leave it out for 20 minutes or so prior to serving and drizzle with the olive oil and top with dukkah then. Hope this helps. Enjoy!
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I’m goin to make this for my book club, I’m curious to know what fruits and veggies are on the board (picture) also can i make this a few days prior?
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Hi Sue! Thanks for the review. There is quite a bit of butter from puff pastry, plus melted cheese so it can be a bit heavy. Sometimes, I'll blot the top of it with paper towel to remove any excess oil. If you make it again, I hope you enjoy it better the second time :)
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Followed the recipe. It was ok. Perhaps a bit greasy. Used smoky gouda. Might try again…just a bit disappointing.
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Hi Alison! The light orange and pink things are beets, I used candy cane and orange beets in addition to regular ones. In the opening paragraph I explained you can use any variety of beets. I also have photos of regular beets as well :)
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March 26, 2024
But there are more items on your photo plate than are in the recipe. What are the light pinky/ orangey things? They not on your ingredient list. 😩😩
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This is delicious and can be used with so many things. Thanks.
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Hello! Ive recently been sent down the dairy/gluten free path. Not gonna lie its not ideal. I adore food and cooking and all things food. In a very sort space of time ive tried one million + recipes, the thing is, nothing comes close to your tahini sea salt cookies. Theyr ethe most sublime thing of all time, even pre cutting every out if have thought so. Its not too dramatic To call them my saviour. In fact without them i may have lapsed. Thank you a thousand times…. I’ll continue spreading the word and try and chill on how many im ploughing through.
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I made this today and it's delicious. Saving it for a healthy bedtime snack.
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loved it!!
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January 24, 2024
This was yummy and the instructions were easy to follow and even when I didn’t follow them I was able to save the sauce
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January 4, 2024
Hello Jaclyn, Your slow-roasted salmon with citrus and fennel recipe is a culinary revelation! The method of slow roasting to achieve that perfectly juicy salmon, combined with the bright, bold flavors of the marinade, is a testament to your skill and creativity in the kitchen. I particularly appreciate the focus on simplicity and the infusion of fresh, vibrant ingredients which elevate the dish to a new level of deliciousness. Thank you for sharing this, and keep those flavors coming!
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Hi Georgia! Each can is 400ml.
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January 2, 2024
Your coconut cream matcha green tea ice cream you say 3 cans ? What size can ? Thank you
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December 18, 2023
I was looking for an appetizer for the holiday, made this for my wife tonight as a dry run. It was awesome!!
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Hello Jaclyn, I understand it when you say, "...I know how hard it is (for women especially) to look in the mirror and hate what they see". I also understand the historical targeting of women's bodies to be thin from the promotion of whale bone corsets to Spanx "shapewear". But, as a man currently using incognito mode to Google the phrase "how to love yourself when you hate your weight" (because I'm too self-conscious and embarrassed to have it in my search history) let me just say a lot of us men had parents and other toxic influences that passed along the same warped motto, "look good = feel good". I'm just beginning my journey to self love. I have no doubt it will be HARD AF, but so is looking in the mirror everyday and hating what you see. Thanks for the article - lots of takeaways to start on!
December 4, 2023
Thank you so much for sharing Kim! I'm happy to hear you loved it :)
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Made this for Thanksgiving and a holiday get together and it was so wonderful! 😋 Definitely my new favorite!
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Love it !! Thanks
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You don't happen to know what the calories are for this blueberry oat bar do you?
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October 24, 2023
Delicious! Used cooked andouille and seared for a shorter time - and collards for the greens - it was amazing - thank you
October 10, 2023
Hi Angela! You can omit the tapioca flour here and add more AP flour (1/4 cup). Just be sure to use the spoon and level method when measuring for the best results. Please let me know how they turn out :)
October 10, 2023
Hi, recipe looks great! Just wondering if I use AP flour, do I still also need the tapioca flour, or can I sub the tapioca flour also for AP flour, or leave that measurement out? Just want to be sure I get the measurements right when I sub in AP flour. Thanks!
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Thank you for a wonderful tasty recipe. Loved the flavour of the sage (from our garden) and I paired it with baby spinach also from our garden. So delicious, quick and easy. Oh and filling! 😋 Yum
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Hi Kimberly, I'm not sure what you mean by the taste is off as I'm not there to try it myself. You can always try adding more salt, lemon juice or nutritional yeast to taste. If it needs to be creamier, you can try adding a splash of milk (oat, soy or regular) as well. I hope that helps :)
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Hi! Yes, you could prepare them a day in advance and then reheat them to serve them warm. I have tried them cold, but personally prefer them warmed slightly.
September 24, 2023
I made the roasted butternut squash sauce with nutritional yeast and sunflower seeds as your son has a cashew allergy; the taste is off... I'm not sure what to do to correct it. Any ideas?
September 23, 2023
Can these be prepared in advance ( earlier in day)? Served warm or cooled?
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September 15, 2023
Thank you so much for this article. I love tofu but I’m still trying to learn how to use it. I tried the air fryer method but it came out very dry and rubbery. I did spray it with olive oil and spiced it. Maybe frozen tofu isn’t appropriate for air frying. I’m trying to cut back on oils but I’ll try your way! Thank you again ‼️
September 12, 2023
Hi Bridgette! Yes, you can use regular all purpose flour. Enjoy :)
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Can you just use regular flour ?
August 21, 2023
My husband and I really enjoyed this! I had to sub thick spaghetti but otherwise followed the recipe. Such a fun, different pasta recipe!
August 20, 2023
This is a delicious decadent cake! Do much like a flourless chocolate torte. Only subs I made was a flax egg, and solid heavy coconut cream for the coconut butter. Definitely keep this recipe!
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This is the one! I don’t know how many of these I’ve tried, but this one nailed it! Used dried dill and Kewpie Mayo and it was so good. I found you at last!
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SO YUMMY!!! I've finally made a good baked oats with following your recipe :'). I didn't add the maple syrup or banana, instead a banana flavoured GoGoSqueeze lol! I believe adding the egg is the game changer, thank you for sharing!
March 27, 2023
Hi! That would be psyllium husk powder.
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Psyllium husk or psyllium husk powder?
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Thank you so much for this article. I will be 65 on March 4th and have have a struggled with my weight since age 8, my parents divorce. I have had disordered eating, anorexia, & BDD just to name a few. I have gained 45pounds in 2 years after leaving a toxic marriage of 30 Years. I am also embarking on a journey of self exploration & I am enough and not let the scales define my day or life.
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This is a game changer! I always throw my tofu in the freezer when I buy it… but rarely remember to thaw it on time. And have always soaked it in hot water the sink, it takes f o r e v e r. Giving this a try right now - thank you!
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January 24, 2023
These turned out so good! I am excited to have quick and easy breakfasts that are not toast and bagels. Thanks for such a great recipe!
January 13, 2023
Hi Venetia! LOL, they definitely flatten a bit on the bottom as they cook, but that's kinda part of the charm I suppose haha
January 13, 2023
How do you keep the ball shape? Mine turned out like turkey igloos !!
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Hi Michele. You add it in step #2 just to season the chicken a little.
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January 8, 2023
At what point did you add the kosher salt?
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I love these recipes, cant wait to start cooking! Thank you for sharing!
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December 23, 2022
Thank you for this recipe. I modified it a bit because I wanted to have it for breakfast. I only used 1 1/2 tsp of sugar and used oat flour in place of AP flour. I omitted the chocolate chips and topped with an all fruit jam after it finished cooking. Delicious and nutritious. Love it!
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December 10, 2022
Am going to make your Thai Meatballs in Red Curry Sauce!!
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November 30, 2022
Great stuff!
November 19, 2022
I replaced the chorizo with the impossible sausage, and it was still delicious! Thanks for the recipe!
November 14, 2022
Thank you so much for sharing Jeanette! Aren't easy meals that look fancy the best ;)
November 14, 2022
Thanks Alexandra! My husband loves it too and he loves his cheese lol.
November 14, 2022
Thanks so much for sharing Josh! It's such a great weeknight meal. Enjoy it tonight :)
November 14, 2022
This recipe slays... since you've posted, I've made variations on it at least four times. Going to make it again for dinner tonight.
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November 10, 2022
Made this recipe for my boyfriend and I on Halloween! It is the perfect fall dish. It is easy to make vegan, nut & gluten free if you use gluten free pasta and do the sunflower seed substitute. My non-vegan boyfriend loved it so much they have asked me to make it again! It is so creamy & has the perfect crunch with the sage and pumpkin seeds.
November 2, 2022
Very easy, directions are clear, like recommended product names. Making this for dinner. Pre-dinner tasting fantastic flavours♥️♥️
September 21, 2022
Hi Marnie! You could use about 3 to 4 tablespoons of nutritional yeast instead of parmesan.
September 21, 2022
Hi, how much nutritional yeast would you suggest instead of cheese?
September 21, 2022
Absolutely LOVE this recipe - it's delicious (especially for those that like a hint of spice)!! My finance and I are obsessed and it's become part of our weeknight recipe rotation. It has a limited number of ingredients, it's quick to make/cook, but despite all of that - looks and tastes like much more time was spent! Thanks for the great recipe Jaclyn!
September 3, 2022
Do these burgers taste at all like beef? Thank you.
September 1, 2022
Just tried your recipe. Holly Hanna..... was that good! I know how to cook but you must try this one. I'm new to the this way of cooking but now I'm a believer. Keep them coming and I'll be trying them. Thanks ! G
August 2, 2022
This was delicious!!! It takes some prep time but each portion is packed with flavour! Will definitely make again ❤️
July 31, 2022
I made this yesterday and HOLY MOLY it hit the spot!!! It’s been so hot and muggy out here, so I was craving something light, cool, and filling. This recipe did not disappoint. The flavor of the peanut sauce was delicious. It had been a while since I prepared something with such color and flavor, which made eating it that much better. I will definitely make this again and try your other recipes too!! 😍🙏🏻❤️
July 25, 2022
Hi Henrik! Thanks for letting me know you made them. Depending on the size of your food processor, it can be a lot to pulse all at once, so maybe working in batches is better. I'm glad you liked them and they firmed up for you :) Enjoy the rest!
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July 25, 2022
Yep, they firmed up nicely. I'm freezing four, and looking forward to having the other four, dressed with sauerkraut, pickles, mustard, vegan mayo, onions, banana chiles, and maybe even ketchup. Yum!
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July 25, 2022
Well I ended up baking them for 23 minutes (@400F). They're delicious! A bit soft, but I'm hoping they'll firm up when they cool. Texture is good too. Thanks for this!
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July 24, 2022
Seems like a good and tasty recipe. But I had to add a generous half cup of water to get any kind of movement in the food processor. I substituted flax seeds for hemp (what I had). The mixture was a bit loose because of the water, but still formed nicely into patties. Baking for 15 min at 400F. Looking forward to them!
July 23, 2022
Hi Roxanne! So for the meatballs photos with feta, I just used regular olive oil. But for the one photo with the red looking oil, that was olive oil mixed with fried green onions and Aleppo pepper. I have that recipe in full on my Instagram account - if you head over there, you'll see it -
July 21, 2022
Hi! The topping on your whipped feta looked delicious. It appeared to be more than olive oil. Or maybe an infused olive oil? Do you mind sharing that recipe? I can’t wait to make this recipe. Appreciate the tip on room temp feta.
July 19, 2022
Make these now! Once you buy your ingredients, this is the easiest recipe to's so hands off! I started the beef in the instant pot an hour before we wanted to eat and prepped the toppings while all of that was cooking. I used stewing beef and a home-made taco seasoning. I didn't have any beef broth so I used half of a bouillon cube - worked just fine! The enchilada sauce was store bought (Frontera brand) and it was delicious. Highly recommend the Monteray jack cheese - I used some Violife mozzarella that I happened to have at home but I can see how the sharp taste would add to the overall flavour.
July 18, 2022
Hi Carolyn! I'm so glad you are loving my recipes, thank you so much for taking the time to let me know. I don't provide nutritional information as it doesn't align with my brand or how I personally choose to live my life, having had a disordered relationship to food in the past. I hope you understand :)
July 13, 2022
I love your recipes and have tried them! What would be GREAT is if you could include the nutritional value with calories. It would be beneficial to those of us trying to lose weight. Thank you, Carolyn
July 11, 2022
Just made this for my family today. I can’t have gluten or dairy but they can and this got a RESOUNDING stamp of approval! Love the simple ingredients and it tasted fabulous! Thanks for such nourishing recipes ❤️ 😊
July 3, 2022
Thanks for this! I came across this recipe very late in life, at a family meal. I liked it better than my mother's potato salad of my childhood, and better than my sister's which came from her in-laws. DH likes it very much. Win, win, win! Tip: if you don't want to steam up your summer kitchen nor fight the mosquitoes for the grill, pressure cook the potatoes!
May 12, 2022
I am on a short vacation and came across this recipe, looking forward in making this. It looks really good. Can’t wait.
Whitney Mullenax
April 22, 2022
I have these cookies in the oven right now (2nd time making them in a few weeks). They are perfection and will be a great gift for some coworkers tomorrow. I made the recipe as is, great texture! I saved some for me too, don't worry ;)
Olivia Garcia
April 15, 2022
I love the ingredients in these recipes… Can’t wait to start them all!!
April 14, 2022
Don’t sleep on this wing recipe. It is soooo good! I can see this being a staple for game days, casual dinners or honestly…any day. Such a crowd pleaser as well. Oh and please don’t skip the dip. It’s unreal stuff! I was grabbing random things in my kitchen to eat it with once the wings were done.
Christa Campbell
March 28, 2022
The simplest recipe to make a delicious desert! I left out the cacao and just made vanilla coconut flavor and it was heavenly. I plan to add different flavors in the future; cacao with Orange or raspberry essence, vanilla salted, caramel flour de sel- the options are endless. Glad to find a keto friendly treat that can be made easily at home.
March 24, 2022
When do you add the mushrooms back in the pot?
February 13, 2022
These were good! I've been curious to try making a miso dessert for a little while now, but wanted it to be grain free. I've found that almond flour based chocolate chip cookies always have some kind of nut butter, and since I just use peanut butter, it's like a PB cookie. The miso did a great job replacing nut butter and achieved a great, chewy consistency! It's definitely strong, although I'm sure white miso would have been more mild. I used dashi miso, which in hindsight sounds pretty gross.. the cookies were not at all fishy tasting, but just bold and kind of salty/savory. I think next time I'll try a little less miso. I have a tendency to use less sugar than a recipe calls for, but I definitely needed it in this one to balance the miso flavor. I just used regular butter too, not ghee.
Susan Renee Hennings
January 12, 2022
Yes, I like it a lot. Lentils are nutritious and inexpensive.
January 2, 2022
I’m just learning about adaptogens and trying to incorporate them into my “healthy arsenal”. Thanks for the info!
December 27, 2021
This is the first cinnamon roll recipe i've actually gotten to work! I let the dough rest in the fridge for 4-5 hours and then rolled and filled it, then let it rest in the fridge over night and it worked great for an early morning bake. I looked through the whole recipe and you never mention what temperature to bake at. It just says "place in your preheated oven to bake" I baked at 350. Also it would be really nice if the caramel sauce recipe was included here. All in all totally delicious, worth the effort, and I will be making this again.