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Jalepeño Popper Stuffed, Bacon Wrapped Cajun chicken.
3-4 large chicken breasts,
5 oz of cream cheese,
1/4 cup of mozarella cheese,
1/4 cup of cheddar cheese,
1/4 parmesean cheese,
Fresh or jar Jalepeños,
Grated parmesean (for the top),
Garlic powder, black pepper,
First you need to make the Jalepeño popper filling. Put all the cheeses including the cream cheese, into a bowl. Chop up the jalepeños, I used fresh and jarred 2 whole fresh and 1/8 cup of jar, place these into the cheeses and mush all together. To measure the cream cheese to 5 oz, I just got an 8 oz bar and cut a little more than half off, easy peasy! Cut the breasts in half, then with a sharp knife cut "pockets" into one side of each piece. Fill the pockets with the filling and close with tooth picks. Put 1/2 cup grated parmesean, 1 tsp garlic powder, 2 tsp cajun seasoning, and bit of pepper on a plate and roll the chicken into the mix. Wrap in bacon, (I used 2 pieces of bacon per piece of chicken) and try to cover the exposed pocket as much as possible. I sprinkled a little more cajun seasoning very lightly over the bacon and popped into the over on 315 for about 40 minutes.. then the last minute or so I put it on broil to get a nice finished top. Chicken is cooked through and it is SO tasty! You can use really ANY cheese, any spices, this is what I had on hand. This is the bases of what I made! Let me know if you try it!! Next time I will use pepper jack too 🤤🤤🤤. #recipe#postpartum#postpartumweightloss#fattofit#lowcarb#weightlossjourney#fitbit#plussize#plussizefitness#mealprep#fitspiration#instafit#healthandfitness#fitmom#celiacsdisease#dontbelievemejustwatch
Allllllright, lets just get this over with so i can stop fucking thinking about 🤦🏻♀️😆 HERE IT IS FOLKS, my #10yearchallenge 🙈 15 year old me was every inch of 140lb 😳 and noooone of that was muscle either. I was spending 4+ hrs a day doing music or fashion, so fitness was never even a thought, and dear god the garbage i use to eat! I mean, you can just see it in my face, the only other time i was that big was when i was preggo 😂 and please, if you are a bigger person please dont take this post as fat shaming or anything of that sort. this is MY JOURNEY, MY BODY, and MY LIFE and now knowing that i have #celiacsdisease , am #lactoseintolerant , and have a #fuckedupgalbladder I have no choice but to be fit, and honestly training for #spartanraces has made me soooo fucking happy. and thats what it is all about, like this whole fucking life is merely about figuring out how to be happy and how to give back in the special way that only YOU can. Lastly, I’ll just comment on how different I look to me. Ya’ll probably at these pics and go “yup...same girl.” but when i look at the one of my face, they look like two totally different people...cousins maybe 💁🏻♀️ lol well i hope ya’ll have a magical full moon and eclipse and let this be the beginning of the best year of our lives yet!
10 912 days ago
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For some time now (roughly 6 months?) I have stopped eating eggs. “Losing” eggs was about as rough as finding out I had Celiacs Disease. I loved eggs. I praised eggs. I ate them every day. I ate them in every form. When I “lost” them I was disheartened, frustrated and above all, sad.
I struggled for months reinventing what breakfast looked like — yogurt, warm oats, cold oats, savory oats, protein bars. What mid-day snacks looked like. And how I could recreate deserts I loved — pancakes, cookies, pies, muffins. It hasn’t been easy and often times it’s more annoying than avoiding gluten. (🙄MAJOR EYEROLL)
But the thing is, I have to remember there are MORE things I CAN eat than *can’t.*😏 (Keep in mind intolerances aren’t always permanent! — more about this later)
After I posted about celery juice a couple weeks ago and snippet of what foods I also avoid, I got lots and lots of questions and requests to learn more about my diet. Soon I will do some stories or IGTV to talk more about what foods I avoid and why, and what a day looks like for me with food.
But for those of you wondering, here’s what I do avoid & briefly why: TMI? Fuck it 🤘🏽
Gluten - Celiacs Disease
Soy - Bloat, constipation, brain fog
Eggs - Bloat, constipation, stomach pain
Corn - Bloat, constipation
Almonds - Stomach pain
Dairy (other than ghee) - Lactose Intolerant
Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions! I hope all the time and energy I have spent seeing professionals, experimenting and researching can help more than just myself! I’m an open book! Ask away!♥️
Open faced chicken salad sandwich for lunch today! I found this super easy recipe on Pinterest! I mixed a 10 oz can of canned chicken packed in water with 2 tbsp light mayo, 1/2 container of @lightandfit vanilla Greek yogurt, a handful of grapes, chopped celery, almond slivers, and a squirt of mustard! Then I put it on lettuce on top of 2 slices of @canyonglutenfree artisan bread! Yummy! Happy Saturday!!
🌲🌍The universe is not trying to break you, my dear,
It is trying to find a
Way to wake you up-
So that you will see what is real, and what is worth fighting for.
It takes time to heal. But it also takes courage🌹🌱
Had a yummy bowl of random things for lunch today with the help of @wholefoods 😂 I had kale salad with avocado herb dressing, and roasted carrots, brussels, cauliflower, and sweet potatoes!! Happy Friday!!
I posted this picture forever ago but with a lot of you being new around here, and me getting asked daily about how I felt before I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease, I figured it would be great to show again.
The picture on the left was taken after I got cross contaminated at Top Golf, even after ordering off of the gluten-free menu. The right is me on a typical day (pre pregnancy body 😉) Before I was diagnosed with celiac disease, I had several symptoms. Headaches, stomach aches, bloating, cramping, diarrhea, throwing up, chest pain, miscarriages and exhaustion. I tell people all of the time with celiac disease you can have several symptoms, just one or none and still have it. The very best way to be diagnosed is through a scope where they biopsy your small intestine. You can find out through blood work, but the scope is the most accurate. If you have been diagnosed which way did you or a loved one find out?
Another question I get asked a lot of about cross contamination. In the beginning, I was probably getting gluten in me the time by not being careful and asking the right questions. For example. “Are your fries cooked in a separate fryer and oil?” Most places cook their fries with all of their breaded chicken. 🤦🏼♀️ The next one is dressings. A lot of restaurant use dressings/marinades that contain gluten. I have not been glutened since this picture a year and a half ago. It took me almost 12 days to feel better after this gluten attack on my body, it was miserable.
I learned the hard way, even by eating off a gluten-free menu doesn’t always keep me protected. They don’t use caution with putting buns on the burger grill to warm them or change their gloves. Cross-contamination can be scary so I try to avoid it as much as possible. I would rather not eat out then get sick. My husband is amazing about always asking questions for me as well, sometimes I am shy believe it or not. ☺️ I would rather not make it awkward and uncomfortable for everyone around me and not eat but he cares too much about me.
I am not doctor or expert by any means but I have learned so much about my body the last 4 years. I am happy to answer questions from my experience. 😘
Today is the 1st day you can officially reserve your spot for the amazing MICKEY GOES GLUTEN FREE trip to Disneyland in Anaheim on May 15-19🐭❤️ You can save over $300💵 and meet other gluten free friends, get a gluten free dining guide, free t-shirt and much more by booking for this specific trip. We have 2 amazing Celiac Travel Agents putting this trip together🙌🏻
Over 1000 gluten free families have been emailed with details and sadly there are not enough spots for everyone. So sign up today with the link in my bio and use the CODE: GFTRAVEL for an additional discount👍🏻
Thanks to @myglutenfreeworldexpo for putting this amazing trip together! If you have questions about pricing send them a DM and don’t forget to let them know I sent you 💕