Guest Post: Christie

Hi gang!  I’m off to Atlanta this weekend to enjoy a foodie seminar put on by Food Blog Forum. If you think you cannot live without me, you can follow my adventures via Twitter.  I’ll try and tweet when I get a chance!

While I’m out drinking, eating, and socializing, learning how to better improve my blog and recipes, I have some awesome guest posts lined up for you!  Today’s guest post if from Christie over at Honoring Health!

Hello Off Her Cork Readers! It is my great honor to be here today to meet all of you!

I’m Christie, a holistic health and wellness coach and author of the intuitive eating blog, Honoring Health. My greatest passion in life is helping women all over the world get off of the diet roller coaster and on with life. On my blog, you will find a mix of tips and advice on intuitive eating, ending emotional eating, self care and building positive body image all intertwined with reflections of my own personal journey. But, one of my other passions is life is writing recipes so today, I would like to share with you a few of my favorite things to eat – breakfast!

First up is my latest breakfast obsession: coconut flour pancakes. Coconut flour is a pretty new ingredient on the healthy living scene but is by far one of my favorites. Not only are these pancakes light and fluffy but they are packed with fiber and protein.

The pancakes in the above picture are topped with a simple crushed strawberry sauce but when blueberries are in season, my favorite is a fresh blueberry compote.

But sometimes, a nice bowl of oats are one the menu and my favorite way in the summertime in Peach Cobbler Oatmeal. I mean, how can you go wrong with breakfast that tastes like dessert?

You can’t!

Of course, what breakfast post would be complete without a french toast recipe? I mean, who doesn’t love french toast? This recipe is just a classic one but I also love a good stuffed french toast.

Alright, that is enough breakfast food p*rn for one day! I do hope that you all will stop by and check the other recipes on my blog. You can also find me on twitter or facebook and I would love to hear from you!

Christie that stuff looks amazing!  Thanks so much for sharing your pictures and your fantastic recipes!

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