Episode #16- First, manifestation is something that Amy never thought aligned with her faith, but has come to realize that visualizing what you want to achieve in life makes sense and she felt compelled to share a little bit about this after hearing something Steve Harvey said. Second, Amy has Bethany Ugarte (@lilsipper) on this week. Bethany loves food, but has dealt with digestive issues for most of her life and nearly died because of it. She’s now dedicated to helping others with recipes and tips to live a healthier life! Third, for some reason people are turning to Amy for time management tips — which is comical because Amy feels like a hot mess — but she found some good tips for us all to use!! And forth, Amy shares a study that says taking a hot bath can do the same thing for you as exercise — so now you can skip the gym and relax at home and feel ok about it! Listen here: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/834-4-things-with-amy-brown-30156363/
The Amy side note: The butternut squash fudge from @lilsipper 🍫tip: I made the version that uses coconut oil instead of nut butter and liked it better!! you can find recipe at lilsipper.com and search butternut squash fudge — should pop up — and again I recommend the one w coconut oil.
Hi Amy! If I am new to some of this information about cooking clean, what are some good staples to start with? I went to the Lilsipper site and see ingredients and it can be overwhelming! What are some staples to have on hand for recipes to start with? Can you recommend some things? Like the butternut brownies recipe calls for these things, but will I be able to use them in other things if I invest in them? Will they last a while? Thank you for any advice!!
1 cup butternut squash puree (sweet potato or pumpkin puree will also work)
1/2 cup of my Digestive Support Cacao Protein
1/2 cup unsweetened cacao powder (I used SBC red cacao: $10 off: lilsipper)
1/4 cup fine flaxmeal (grind flaxmeal in a small bullet blender until super fine)