Bonjour!

imageBonjour from Paris! I am here with my family and little bubba for a few days to celebrate my little sister’s 21st birthday. This is my third time here and each time I am reminded that it is my favorite city in Europe. We arrived the day after the first terror attack and we are so very sad for the French people, whose pain you can see and feel on the faces of everyone on the street. I will be posting more pictures and stories when I get back for now just wanted to say hello.

(…And just realizing now that I accidentally posted to my old wordpress.com site. I’ll be posting to the real blog when I get back!)

au revoir,

Grain-Free Granola {The Everygirl Feature}

Back in my pre-paleo days, I LOVED eating granola with yogurt and fruit (doused in more sugar) for breakfast.

Grain-Free Granola #paleo #vegan

Most granolas on the supermarket shelf are loaded with refined sugar, industrial seed oils, and preservatives, so I went on a quest to develop my own paleo version.

This nutty grain-free granola is baked in coconut oil and sweetened with just a tad of good-quality honey and maple syrup.

almonds

This is a great thing to make on a Sunday night and have for breakfast all week long on busy mornings.

Grain-Free Granola #paleo #vegan

I loved eating it plain, and you could also try it with chilled almond milk, coconut milk, or heavy cream. Feel free to top it with sliced strawberries, peaches, bananas, blueberries, or any fruit of your choice, and enjoy!

Grain-Free Granola #paleo #vegan

For the recipe, head on over today’s feature on The Everygirl (styled and photographed by my new friend Danielle!), or click here for the printer-friendly version!

Grain-Free Granola #paleo #vegan

xoxo,
Meg // peaches & cake

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