To Make / Avocado Dipping Sauce


     Good morning! I'm always craving Mexican food once the warm weather hits, so I wanted to share this spicy avocado sauce with you today, just in case you suffer from the same cravings! It's filled with avocado, cilantro, and a kick of jalapeno. Get the recipe below!


- one avocado

- cilantro

- onion

- jalapeno

- 1/4 cup of olive oil


1. Pit and skin your avocado, chop your veggies, and throw all ingredients into a food processor.

2. Process until smooth and creamy.


3. Serve with what you like! I picked sweet potato fries this time, and as always, no regrets.

4. Enjoy!

To Make Cranberry Sauce


       Hey guys! Today I have a delicious treat for you all, homemade cranberry sauce. While I haven't tried the canned kind, I will say that homemade is better. Based on that one word, homemade. Why would you ever take a gel-like substance over the real deal? Why, I ask?! Why?! Being sugar-free (I use honey instead of sugar), homemade cranberry sauce overall is a much healthier option. It's very easy to make and goes great on turkey sandwiches the next day. It's almost better on a sandwich, in my opinion. Just add a little brie and you've got yourself a gourmet leftover lunch. But I digress, this year, please try this homemade option instead of going out and buying a can of goop. Thank you and goodnight! Recipe below:


-1/2 Cup of water

- 4 Cups of fresh or frozen cranberries

- 1 10oz. Can of Mandarin Oranges (no sugar added)

- 1/4 cup of honey

- 1 tsp of nutmeg


1. Combine all ingredients in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Cook, stirring frequently, until cranberries start to pop. Then mash the cranberries and oranges together and continue to let thicken (about 15 minutes total). Keep chilled until ready to serve. Enjoy!