Easy Recipes

Spicy Hangover Tea

If you’re feeling a little hungover today, try out this Spicy Hangover Tea!

This blend helps to…

  • Relieve headaches
  • Calm upset stomachs
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Alkalize our bodies
  • Boost energy


  • Cayenne pepper
  • Turmeric powder
  • Black pepper
  • Sea salt
  • Lemon juice
  • Filtered water


  • Small pot
  • Mug


1. Place a small pot of filtered water on high heat.

2. Once your water is boiling, turn off the heat and add in a dash of cayenne pepper, a teaspoon of turmeric powder, some cracked black pepper, and sea salt. Stir.

3. Squeeze / add fresh lemon juice to your mug.

4. Pour up your hot tea, let cool, and enjoy!

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Spicy Ginger Tea

Upset stomach? Feeling a little off health wise? Bloated? Achy? Need an energy boost?

Try some spicy ginger tea 🙂


  • Ginger root
  • Turmeric powder
  • Black pepper
  • Filtered water


  • Small pot
  • Mug


1. Place a small pot of filtered water on high heat.

2. Throw in a slice of ginger root, a teaspoon of turmeric powder, and some cracked black pepper.

3. Boil your tea for 15 mins.

4. Pour in your mug, let cool, and enjoy!

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Plant-Based Cinnamon Raisin Banana Bread

What ya need:

  • Oven, baking sheet, parchment paper
  • 12 ripe bananas
  • 8 cups of oats
  • 8oz of almond butter
  • raisins
  • cinnamon

What to do:

Preheat oven to 350.

Set up parchment paper on baking sheet.

Mix ingredients with your hands in a big ol bowl.

Scoop out mixture onto baking sheet and form a loaf.

Top with raisins and cinnamon.

Bake for 30 mins+ until the outside is crispy golden. Use a fork to test the moisture of the loaf as it bakes. When it’s ready, nothing should stick to the fork.

How you can eat your Plant-Based Cinn Raisin Banana Bread:

  • By itself 🙂
  • In a bowl with nut milk
  • With plant-based yogurt / ice cream

Store leftovers in refrigerator (lasts about 5 days) and eat as you please! This BB is delicious warm or cold. You can also reheat in the oven.

Happy eating!

PS – wow this is soooo good I had two giant pieces with a little soy milk & am full af 🤣 it hit that sweet tooth craving too win win!

Easy Recipes, Nutrition

Healthy Kitchen 101

Out with the old! Now’s the time to go through your kitchen cabinets and fridge. We’re looking to get rid of anything old or unhealthy. Check your expiration dates and labels. Throw away anything expired and donate anything you won’t use or has whack ingredients that you shouldn’t be eating.

We prefer our labels to include ingredients that are natural. If you can’t pronounce it or don’t know what a certain ingredient is, ya probably shouldn’t be eating it – that’s our point of view! The fewer ingredients the better if you’re going to opt for something with not-so-natural ingredients.

Remember that whole-foods are the way to go!!! So keep those fresh fruits, vegetables, grains, and nuts on hand always.

Easy Healthy Recipes

Quick vegan bowl recipe:

rice, beans, chopped veg, peanuts, spinach (whole-foods) with hummus and tahini (labeled)

Pasta primavera:

1 ingredient pasta noodles with pasta sauce (homemade with whole-foods or labeled), chopped vegetables and spinach (whole-foods), with nutritional yeast (labeled)


Bananas and oats (whole-foods) with 1-2 ingredient peanut butter and 1 ingredient maple syrup (labeled)

As you can see, the bulk of these recipes are whole-foods with labeled ingredients assisting with added flavor, texture, and nutrients.

Wrapping Up

If you are looking to be healthy and fit – a huge component of the transformation is your eating lifestyle. What types of food are you eating and are they compounding your results upward or downward?

It’s simple. Purge your space and give your cabinets and fridge a good wipe down. Get prepped to bring in new types of food into your space. Check out Pinterest if you need inspiration.

Here’s a Food Shopping List we made for ya!

And some Easy Recipes to keep on hand for when you need it.

x Corie

Easy Recipes

Quick Plant-Based Pancake Recipe

Back with another hearty and delicious plant-based recipe for you to add to your collection: paaaancakes!

You’ll need a good frying pan, blender, and spatula to get these bad boys made.


nut milk or water
coconut flour
cocoa powder
pure maple syrup


Step 1: Pre-heat your pan at low heat and throw some oil on (coconut oil has the best flavor)

Step 2: Blend 1 cup of oats until they’ve turned to powder (mix as needed)

Step 3: Add 1 cup of nut milk or water, 2 bananas, 1 spoon full of coconut flour and cocoa powder, and a dash of cinnamon to your blender

Step 4: Blend until everything is smoothly mixed

Step 5: Pour onto your pre-heated pan and turn to a medium heat

Step 6: Flip your pancakes when they have bubbled on top and are slightly brown at the edges

Step 7: Once your stack of pancakes finish up, pour on some pure maple syrup and top with strawberries (other fruits, nuts, and seeds are great toppings as well – get creative with what you have!)

Step 8: Add 1 hefty scoop of peanut or almond butter

Step 9: ENJOY!

x Corie

Easy Recipes

Stuffed (vegan) Cheesy Sweet Potatoes

This is a fun recipe you can make at home with a few simple ingredients, an oven, and blender!


sweet potatoes
green bean
almond milk


Step 1: Preheat your oven at 400 degrees. Get out a non-stick pan that will fit your potatoes.

Step 2: Grab a batch of potatoes and cut a few slices about half way through to cook more thoroughly.

Step 3: Once your oven is ready, bake your potatoes for 30 mins.

Step 4: Heat up a non-stick pan on medium heat. Toss your veggies in and cook them for a few minutes to heat them up a bit. Season to your liking.

Step 5: Take your potatoes out after testing softness with a fork. You should be able to easily poke into the potatoes; if you can’t, leave in for another 5 mins and test again- repeat until ready.

Step 6: When the potatoes have cooled some, cut small rectangles into each sweet potato and scoop the mash out into a blender, leaving the skin of the potato to fill. Try to keep the potato skin in tact for an aesthetically pleasing result!

Step 7: Blend up your mash potato with some almond milk and seasonings of your choice. Start light on the milk; the more almond milk you add, the less thick your vegan cheese will be.

Step 8: Fill your potato skins with your cooked veggies and top it all with your vegan cheese! Add seasoning, hot sauce (optional), and lime to your pleasing!

Step 9: Take a picture and send it to me plzzz! Enjoy (-:

Do you like recipes laid out this way? What can I do differently to make things easier for you?!

Eat great. Feel great. Be great.

x Corie

Easy Recipes

Jasmine Rice Recipe

Hey y’all!

Today’s the day I upload my simple jasmine rice recipe.

Rice is a staple in my diet and learning how to cook it quickly and efficiently goes a long way.

Soooo… let’s get rice into it!


Jasmine rice
(check that this is the only ingredient on the packaging)

1 pot

1 wooden spoon


1. Fill up a pot with water.

For every cup of rice you want to make, add in 1.5 cups of water.

The ratio looks like this… 1:1.5 1 cup of rice, 1.5 cups of water.

To get the amount of water needed quickly, multiple the number of cups you’re making by 1.5 – cool now that we’re clear on the specifics…

2. Add in some oil, and any desired seasonings.

3. Lid your pot.

4. Bring water to a boil using high heat.

5. Once water is boiling, add in your rice. Stir.

6. Keep the burner on high heat.

7. Partially lid your pot.

8. Be patient and let the water boil out without touching the rice.

9. Once you cannot visibly see or hear water, use a wooden spoon to turn the rice (clockwise direction around the edge) bringing the bottom rice toward the top. I call this fluffing!

10. You don’t want wet rice so allow the rice to cook for a few minutes longer on high heat and then turn off your burner when all looks good.

11. Let cool, plate, snap a pic, and enjoy!

12. Send your creation, some feedback, and any questions to me via email.

Happy eating! ♡
x Corie