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This Honey Lemon Ginger Chicken is light and ready in under 30 minutes! The flavor is out of this world good!

Im trying this for the first time but I used coconut oil, rice vinegar, and almond meal instead. Hopefully it comes out good ! I added a pinch of cayenne pepper ! It was amazing! This is definitely a favorite and will be used again very soon!

Wellness Shot - This turmeric tonic is my “go to” when I need a natural energy boost. It has an earthy flavor with a ginger zing, and it’s infused with compounds that many believe support gentle detoxification. No juicer required!

Wellness Shot -sub agave for honey. This turmeric tonic is my “go to” when I need a natural energy boost. It has an earthy flavor with a ginger zing, and it’s infused with compounds that many believe support gentle detoxification. No juicer required!

Steak with Honey Bourbon Bacon Butter

Steak with Honey Bourbon Bacon Butter {recipes for cajun and lemon herb butter also}. Bamford - Honey Bourbon Bacon Butter - you obviously need to make this!

Cinnamon Honey Butter Recipe! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ your rolls will LOVE this yummy butter! {perfect for your holiday menus, too!} #recipes #thefrugalgirls

Cinnamon Honey Butter Recipe What You’ll Need: cup Butter stick}, softened to room temperature cup Honey 1 tsp. Powdered Sugar What You’ll Do: Beat all ingredients together Serve with some yummy rolls, and ENJOY!

How To Make Turmeric Tea To Reduce Pain and Inflammation.....just turmeric and raw honey

How To Make Turmeric Tea To Reduce Pain and Inflammation. INGREDIENTS: 2 tablespoons of grated fresh turmeric root, or 1 full teaspoon of ground organic turmeric 4 cups of water Raw Honey and lemon to taste INSTRUCTIONS: Take four cups of water in a pot a

Energy Boosting Chia Fresca.I MUST try this one! I just got my chia seed, and I want to maxamize their benefits.

Energy Boosting Chia Fresca ~ Simply mix tbsp of chia seeds with 2 cups of water (or coconut water), half tablespoon of fresh lemon juice and a bit of honey (or maple syrup) for sweetens. Shake it and ta dah!