Trimmaccino – London Fog (S)

Three words….”Trimmaccino – London Fog”

I don’t know about any of you, but I used to love going out to little coffee shops for a good latte on a cold evening or just any time of the year. One of my favorites was the London Fog. Unfortunately, most lattes…okay all lattes are sweetened. Sweetened with sugar.

Normally the Trimmaccino is referenced with coffee and I have had my coffee many times the “Trimmaccino” way and I absolutely love it and suggest you go try it if you like a good great creamy coffee!

But…what do I do about my latte cravings??

Sometimes I get bright ideas and tonight I had a brilliant one. Why not try making a latte using the Trimmaccino ingredients. I have made lattes at home before with steamed milk and sugar, before THM…so what’s stopping me from trying a new experiment!

Out came the butter. Out came the Coconut oil. Out came the tea.
Out came the Blender. Out came the Stevia.

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It wasn’t too much longer before I had my London Fog in hand, sipping on the delight, foam and all. Of course, with a small little snack to go along with it. (you only see one cookie…there may have been another one…)

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Needless to say, I was happy I attempted this little experiment! I no longer have to search for a way to satisfy my latte craving!

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  • 1 recipe of Trimmaccino
  • 2 Earl Grey tea bags steeped in 12oz boiling water (or what ever type of tea you would like to lattefy)
  • Stevia to taste
  • Vanilla

If you opt to make this the light version as per trimmaccino recipe, using only 1 tsp of butter/oil, it can be used for an E of FP setting.

Thankfully, due to Pearl and Serene’s hard work they found a way to make creamy coffee and creamy lattes possible. If you like lattes you will like this!

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Cookie Bowl Oatmeal – FP

I strongly suggest you give this recipe a try!

If you have a book, the recipe for this Cookie Bowl Oatmeal is found on page 232. If you do not have a book I encourage you to purchase one!

The first time I made it I forgot to put glucomannan in it….OOOPS! it was runny and not what it should have been. However, the next time I added the amount of glucomannan that the recipe calls for and it turned out just fantastic!

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I found it very similar to the Coco Pudding on page 366 in taste. However,IMG_1936 I really like the texture that comes with adding the oats. It is great to bring with you as snack as well. The recipe fits well in a medium sized mason jar. I sent one to work with my husband today and it worked great (there was just a tad too much for this jar but most of it fit…the very small amount left I added to my breakfast bowl 😉 don’t tell him though). Just pack a spoon and you’re all set for your afternoon snack at work or out running errands.

I was also impressed with how large the oats grew and took up a large portion of the recipe, especially since the recipe calls for only a small amount of oats. So, if you like chocolate, pudding and texture this great FP breakfast/snack is just for you!! And tastes great!! Don’t forget it’s page 232 in the Trim Healthy Mama book.

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Sweet and Spicy Asian Stir Fry – FP or E

Okay, I’m not going to lie….I was a bit hesitant at first about trying this recipe. I just wasn’t to sure what to expect. Well I have news for you – AMAZING – worth every bite! On top of that it was quick and easy to make! Pearl and Serene do a fantastic job of creating recipes that are for women on the run.

If you have a book, the recipe for Sweet and Spicy Asian Stir Fry is found on page 341/342. If you do not have a book I encourage you to purchase one!

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This dish makes my heart sing! It was fantastic.

To keep this dish in the FP and E setting I used 99% lean ground turkey, instead of the chicken that is mentioned in the recipe. However, chicken would be just as great! I made a dinner the other night that included chicken and this amazing sauce! Anyway, just so you know as long as the meat is lean then it should keep you in the FP/E setting.

I didn’t have any frozen stir-fry veggies on hand so I pulled out what I did have:

  • Radish
  • Zucchini (made it into spaghetti using a veggetti)
  • Red Pepper
  • Brussels sprouts (THM has me finding that I like more foods that I thought I did)  IMG_5412       IMG_5414

There are a lot of veggies to choose from but that is what I had so that is what I used. I let the veggies cook in water/broth until they were nice and tender and then added the other ingredients that the recipe calls for. The aroma was delicious.IMG_5416

I didn’t add the zucchini spaghetti until about 5-7 mins before turning off the heat. I like my spagettified zucchini to have a bit of texture and not turned to mush. A short cook time keeps them crisp but cooked. You may have to add a bit more liquid to help steam them.

I also cut the recipe down because I was the only one eating it. Though I probably could have eaten the full recipe it was that wonderful!!

I had the THM Not Naughty Noodles on hand so out they came. I rinsed them and cut them as the sisters suggest in this video. As Serene puts it you cut them like “wang, wang, wang.” She makes me laugh! I also love that their brand does not have that fishy smell. Genius!!
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Once they are ready they are added to the delightful veggie mix and you have yourself an amazing recipe created by Pearl and Serene!

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By using the Konjac Noodles I kept this dish in FP. However, adding quinoa or rice will give you an E dish. This Asian stir-fry is a MUST TRY! The flavours come together so wonderfully well. You can play around with what spices and seasonings you add to the veggies but I promise you will enjoy this dish!
So, what are you waiting for. Go try this dish. Remember to share the recipe with your family, they will be amazed! Or wait…maybe don’t share it with your family. They will probably eat it all on you!! Let me know how it turns out for you. I think you will thoroughly enjoy it. Like I did.

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We are so blessed to have food daily.
God is good!

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Wonder Wraps – S style

Wonder wraps!! An amazing, fantastic recipe, I was so happy to have found these in the recipe section of the Trim Healthy Mama book. If you have a book, the recipe for Wonder Wraps is found on page 274. In the older book the wraps are called Egg White Wraps. If you do not have a book I encourage you to purchase one here (Canadian site) or here (American site).

NOTE: I made a great discovery while making these wraps. I often see people on the Facebook page asking for chip replacements. Well, in this post my friends, you may very well discover that there could be such thing as FP chips!!! Who would have thought. Keep reading…

I was craving some wraps and IMG_5311wondered what recipe I should choose. My mother-in-law had sent me a text and said that she had tried the Wonder Wraps. In her words “I love them! They are a wonder because they do not crumble and are quite resilient!”

No better review than that of someone who has tried the recipe. So, off I went to purchase psyllium husk flakes. I had never used psyllium husk flakes/powder before so this was going to be an experiment for myself!

The recipe calls for red pepper sauce, I had never heard of this before. I wasn’t sure if it was something sold in the stores or just where to look for this stuff. A light bulb went off…I IMG_5534had a red pepper sitting in my fridge….I grabbed the red pepper from my fridge, diced it up, put it in my blender and voila….my version of red pepper sauce. Maybe that is exactly what they were referring to but I wasn’t sure so I did exactly what it sounded like I should do, make my own red pepper sauce! It certainly did the trick and gave the wraps a delicious fresh flavor!!
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Once the recipe mixture was complete and the psyllium husk did it’s duty, the wraps were ready to be made and the fillings needed to be prepared.
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I just love the bright colours of those peppers. They are beautiful. God created so many wonderful foods! It makes me smile! Add whatever fillings you would like, so long as they are THM friendly (ie, lettuce, mushrooms, onions, peppers, pickles, laughing cow cheese). Some dressings go great on these or mustard. Though the wraps are FP, I made my fillings for these an S. Hence the ground beef, bacon and cheese, I have another post that keeps the meal fully FP here.

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Once you have assembled all necessary components it is time to dig in and enjoy! Oh it almost makes me drool just thinking about how delicious these were. I was so eager to eat these up but I had to take time to get a decent picture. The one on the right was the eagerly-eaten-delight.
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DISCOVERY – FP chips! Oh my land, when you get busy in the kitchen…things start to burn! I was in the middle of preparing the fillings and forgot that I had left the last wrap on the frying pan. My husband noticed and brought it to my attention…he took it off and as I heard crunching, he said, “Wow! This is like a chip and really good! A little more seasoning and it would be the perfect chip!”  I tried it and sure enough, who would have thought! Pearl and Serene are amazing and there is more behind their recipes than we know! This is a semi burnt Wonder Wrap…

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Well folks, give the recipe in the Trim Healthy Mama book a try. Don’t forget, it is found on page 274. You will not be let down!! Oh the glorious creation, food glorious food!

We are so blessed to have food daily.
God is good!

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THM Review in 3 Points

Note to readers: This review is not meant to be a replacement for the book and I would recommend reading it since the authors go into great detail about the fundamental knowledge that this plan is based on.

As far as I know, Engineers aren’t exactly known to be bloggers or exceptionally “wordy” type people. I learned in technical writing that each word needs to be essential in building each sentence; each sentence must be aligned like the shaft of an arrow heading towards the main point you are attempting to get across. Each word and point ought to be so essential that if missing, the whole structure would collapse and not make any sense. As victims to our training, we tend to be short worded and to the point in our conversations and writings (works great for the workplace but not for first dates!).

Why am I saying this? If you have sat down to read the THM book, you may have been overwhelmed by the shear size of it! Since trying out the “THM” lifestyle, I have had many people ask me what the book is about and what is the difference between this and the plethora of other “diets” out there. When my brother, a Mechanical Engineer and soon-to-be medical doctor, (see link to his site) said to me in true engineering fashion: “I don’t have time to read the book; what is the main dogma, the 1-2-3, the condensed version of the book?”, I had to pause and pull everything together in that huge book that made sense to me and express it in under 60 seconds. I haven’t read every single detail of the book myself but my wife has and I would highly recommend getting a copy as we reference it on a daily basis. From what I learned through my own reading, discussing with Ruth and observing how my body reacted, I was able to create a review of three main takeaways from the book. Since then, I have shared it with other people and at the request of one of Ruth’s contacts, I am going to share it here!

Point #1: Stop spiking your insulin. Refined sugar is your enemy; it spikes your blood glucose levels and makes your pancreas work overtime. Soda, pop, double-doubles, cheese cakes, chocolate bars, cookies, most cereal are actually killing you and rotting your teeth at the same time! Even honey, maple syrup and excessive amounts of fruit and fruit juices, while ok in moderation, are over consumed in our diets and are contributing to the sugar endemic in North America. Keep in mind that sweetness itself is not the enemy, the sugar (pretty well anything that ends in “ose” on the ingredient label) is. The other thing about sugar is that it is like a drug, the more you have it in your diet, the more you crave it. So, the next time you are thirsty – drink water; next time you order coffee, cut the sugar; Instead of picking up a snickers, grab a piece of cheese and/or some walnuts; instead of ordering the sweets at a coffee shop with your coffee, sneak in some THM approved sweets in your wife’s purse… seriously, this is what we do (see pic below)! Bottom line: Cut the refined sugar

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Point #2: Stop mixing your fuel – for the men: imagine trying to run your motorcycle on gasoline and coal at the same time…this is what you are doing when you eat your tough-guy meat and potatoes or burger and fries. It is my understanding that your body really only burns one fuel at a time, so if it sees carbs and fat at the same time and in abundance, it will start to burn one and store the other. The idea around the S, E and Fuel pull meals is actually pretty simple. Your body is interested in 3 types of foods: proteins, fats, and carbs. Think of it like protein is the building block or foundation of your meal and can be combined with either carbs or fats (not both). Proteins come from hearty foods like egg whites, milk, nuts, meat, fish, chic peas, kidney beans, lintels, etc. Many of these foods already contain fats like the milk, nuts, red meat and fish. Don’t mix these in meals with high carbs. Carbs come mostly from the fruit and vegetable family of foods like pineapple, mangos, potatoes, and anything wheat based like pasta and breads. So how do we put these fuels together?

1. Protein and Fats – this is your satisfying or “S” meals. What’s ok?  Bacon and Eggs, but skip the toast, orange juice or fruit smoothie, and home fries. Try coffee (no sugar), water, and fried zucchini instead (the THM book has plenty of options). So, what about the North American Staple: Burger and fries? Sorry, two fuel types: its adding unwanted pounds. Good news though: you can still enjoy hamburgers – Ruth and I frequently order triple bacon cheese burgers (from a restaurant that serves real meat – we are not fast food types) without the bun but with extra lettuce and all the toppings. Believe me, it is something to see my wife put away a triple bacon cheese burger and still have room for more:)

2. Protein and Carbs – this is your energizing or “E” meals. What’s ok? Oat meal with berries and greek yogurt and black coffee. Oat meal packages don’t count since they are full of sugar! You need to substitute the honey, maple syrup, and brown sugar out with a low carb sweetener like stevia extract powder that won’t spike your sugars. As a side: I hear lots of people complain about the taste of stevia and other sweeteners – Unless you are allergic, consider these two points: go easy (very easy) on how much you put in – stevia is extremely potent (Click the link to see just how much more potent it is!). Secondly, give it time, develop a taste for it – I am convinced that the reason you “don’t like the taste” is similar to why kids “don’t like their broccoli”! It is almost entirely a mental thing. I can almost hear my mother say: “eat up, it’s good for you!”.

3. Low fat and low carb (can include protein) – These are your fuel pulls. For all you perpetual snackers out there, you don’t necessarily need lots of proteins in these snacks; i.e., choco pudding from the THM book (p.366), the gummies, celery, etc. As a meal, they should likely be paired up with some protein – the book suggests 3 oz (i.e., cabbage or cauliflour with a lean white meat like chicken, turkey or white fish).

Point #3: Give your body the chance to burn the fuel you just ate – leave approximately 3 hours between meals. It is hard to believe that 3 hours is all it takes for the human body to break down the food, recognize the fuel type, convert the fuel to useable energy forms and deliver it to the parts that need it!  My day looks like this: 5AM – wake up; 5:30-6AM – breakfast; 9AM – snack; 12PM – lunch; 3 PM – snack; 6PM – supper; 9PM – snack; 11PM – bed. So the next time you reach for a snack or have the munchies, do your body a favor and check your watch. Maybe just have a glass of water instead and wait til snack time (just like when we were kids at elementary school)!

That is about it! These are the 3 points that I took from the book – there are more points of course and tons of recipes in there but if you can stick to these, I guarantee that you will be more healthy and enjoy your food more! I hope this has been a help to you and welcome you to comment below or share this post with your partner (many macho men are scared of the “mama” part in the title of the book!), friends and family. Please click “like” and “share” below!

You can also check out my post His Perspective to see more of my perspective and point of view. Having trouble getting started on THM? Get set up for success by reading my post called “3 Things you need to start THM

Disclaimer: I am not a health professional, rather, I am a simple Christian husband trying desperately to fulfill the position God has for me. I do not claim to be an expert in areas of human sciences, nutrition sciences or kinesiology. I am just sharing what makes sense to me and has worked for me in hopes that it will help you too!

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Cauliflower Pizza – S

First of all, hear me on this….

AMAZING!! Simply AMAZING!

So, I asked my husband (Scott) what he would like for dinner, I had to run out for groceries anyway so I figured I would pick up what he would like. His request was pizza!! And who doesn’t like a good ‘ol pizza night sometimes. The crust, oh my land, I just have so much good to say about this pizza! Take a look…IMG_5473Let me tell you all about it, CRISPY, succulent, healthy, a THM friendly S dish, and definitely a make-again recipe. So, Scott wanted pizza and pizza he got. I was super happy I looked around for a recipe, this is something you WANT to make! (The recipe link is at the bottom of the page.)

So, out with a head of cauliflower along with some other veggies and used my handy dandy food processor (not electric, but it did the job) to ‘rice’ the cauliflower, I added the garlic as well to mince it. IMG_1913

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The recipe calls for 2 cups of the ‘riced’ cauliflower, I was feeding 3 people so I did  1 1/2 the recipe. So, I used 3 cups of the cauliflower, 3 cups of the cheese, 3 eggs etc. As I mixed the crust ingredients together I added spices like cumin, thyme, onion/garlic powder, pepper, salt, paprika to give the crust a bit of an Italian taste. I didn’t have the fresh basil that is called but I had frozen basil leaves. I took the package out of the freezer and let the leaves thaw for a bit, cut it up and squeezed the excess water out with paper towel.

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The mixture was quite wet and maybe the next time I do 1 1/2 the recipe I would maybe only add 2 eggs instead of 3 and if I need more moisture add some carton egg whites. However, it didn’t affect the taste and amazingness of this pizza!IMG_5455

Due to the wetness of the mixture it was kind of hard to pat and spread, just because it stuck to my fingers a bit. I tried using a spatula but that wasn’t any better…either way they got thinned out enough and worked. I made 4 pizzas but because of the size I could only fit 2 on a tray. I cooked them for 14-15 mins and they turned out perfect!

I meant to get a picture of the cooked crust but forgot….to many things frying and cooking in the meantime (ie toppings). They were crisp and darkish around the edge. Also, very easy to remove from the parchment paper as they are quite resistant and hold together very well. Not ripping and tearing from moving them around. The toppings I used included the following:

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  • Red pepper
  • Green onion
  • Mushroom and Brussels Sprouts sauteed in butter prior to putting on pizza
  • Ground beef
  • Tomato Sauce
  • Eggplant (I was going to add this as a topping but I have never eaten eggplant before so I wasn’t sure how it would turn out. Instead, I fried them on the side. Seasoned them well and they are great!! I will now be adding them to a lot of my other meals. I love finding new things to work with!)

For the tomato sauce I used a small can of tomato paste and loosened it up with water and almond milk to make it less carby to fit with a THM S meal and to make it more like a pizza sauce spread. My guest wasn’t into all the “crazy” veggies that we like so I just topped his with red pepper, green onion, bacon bits and the ground meat. (He loved the pizza just as much as we did btw). The pizza prior to cook time with and without cheese…

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Oh-so-good, so very very good!

I didn’t do everything as per the recipe, like the ricotta cheese – because I forgot to pick it up while I was getting groceries and I didn’t use yellow zucchini because I couldn’t find any (check 3 stores for it! haha I really wanted this yellow zucchini) and fresh basil…I used frozen and it worked.

Needless to say we were very much satisfied, one pizza each, one leftover that my husband and I can share for lunch tomorrow, delightful! Have I mentioned that I love leftovers…I do! We also had a delicious side salad, made by my dear husband, to go along with the delightful crispy pizza. He also grated the cheese and stirred the cooking veggies as I bustled around the kitchen getting other things ready. He is amazing!

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CLICK HERE FOR THE RECIPE!

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His Birthday Cake!

When your husband’s birthday comes around, what’s a girl to do about a THM cake? He loves sweet, he loves coffee, he loves chocolate, and he loves to eat! So, I followed the example and recipe that Carolyn posted on her blog: her Chocolate Espresso Torte…which is sweet, has espresso, has chocolate, and he can eat it! And it is THM friendly!

A few words to describe it? AMAZING, STELLAR and PERFECT for the occasion.

However, there was a bump along the way….

We are visiting my family in Newfoundland for a winter getaway (yes, we went North and not to a Sunny South). As wonderful as it is to be home, my sister has a dog; a big dog, a dog that enjoys food, a dog who can reach the counter when given the opportune moment (i.e. no one is watching and delicious smells are filling the kitchen), a dog who….

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I didn’t let this stop me from finishing! I’m not one to throw something out because of a bit of dog germs…the cake will get eaten no matter what (and it did!). As a child I’m sure I kissed many dogs on the face and had slobber all over my face…if it didn’t hurt me then, it won’t kill me now. I used the sweet blend (Stevia and Erythritol) not Xylitol so the dog was fine, she didn’t get very much anyway.

(See note on conversations from swerve to sweet blend below.)

The process began as I started layering it up, tasting the deliciousness as I went along. The cream layer was wonderful!! And of course the more photogenic, uneaten-dog-side gets the shot…

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The ganache covered the slight disaster along the way. I was very impressed with how the ganache turned out and thickened. It was very easy to pour over and cover the cake.

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I wasn’t sure how the curls were going to work out. I had the pan in the fridge for a while as directed and it wash’t hardening too well so I stuck it in the freezer. I think I let it get too hard at first so I just got some chocolate dust when I tried scraping it. I let it sit out for a little while and soon I was able to get some beautiful curls.

 

This cake was a huge success!! It was amazing and all credit goes to Carolyn, the creator of the recipe!! Everything was so tasty, my family loved it and most importantly my husband loved it 🙂 I was happy with the outcome and I will definitely make it again sometime. As you can see it started getting devoured and was soon gone.IMG_1216IMG_1221IMG_1226

Success on a new recipe tried! It was THM friendly and went well as a dessert.

Note: I didn’t use swerve in my recipe. I used THM Sweet Blend. Unfortunately I can’t provide exact amounts of THM sweet blend that I used. I tasted as I went along. However, for 1/2 cup of swerve I would suggest about 1-2 Tbs of Sweet Blend. I estimated the amount of THM Sweet Blend when it came to the 1/3 cup and 1/4 cup of swerve required in recipe. For the confectioners swerve mentioned in the recipe I just put the THM Sweet Blend in a blender and ground it to a powder to get the right consistency.

I hope the pictures encourage you to attempt this cake. It’s worth it!! Happy birthday planning!

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Trial

Today we leave for a trip to visit my family in Newfoundland. I now live miles from home. Growing up, chocolate chip cookies are a kid’s staple treat and let’s not kid ourselves…we adults still like our sweet treats and chocolate chips! So, I thought I would whip up some chocolate chip cookies for the road/flight. They will make a nice snack with a coffee to keep us awake. Since being on THM I have tried various chocolate chip cookie recipes, I will post other trial cookies that I have experimented with. However, yesterday I tried these: Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies from the blog Beth on a diet.

The problem I find with some of the recipes using almond flour is that for the amount of  almond flour used there is not much for quantity versus using white flour recipes. This recipe wasn’t bad – a batch made 22 cookies!

I followed the recipe exactly as posted. I used a cookie scoop to put the dough on the baking tray. In the post Beth suggests flattening the dough with a fork before baking. I decided to see what would happen if I flattened some and left the others in a ball shape…and a couple of them well, I will explain when you see them.

These are the cookies left in a ball shape. The texture is great and makes a wonderful treat!

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Here are the cookies I flattened prior to baking. I would take them out sooner next time as you can tell by the slightly dark edges they enjoyed the heat too much!

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Then there were these four little guys that were an experiment. I opened the oven at about half way and checked them, the flattened ones were looking great so I  wondered what would happen if I flattened a couple during the baking process….needless to say they aren’t pretty but they do taste just as good as the rest!

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Scott and I both enjoyed these cookies very much!! definitly a make again receipe. Annnd I may have snuck a couple here and there. I hope you enjoy them as well!

 

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THM – “His” Perspective

My name is Scott. I thought I would give you all some background and perspective from a male point of view…I hope you enjoy!

Like many of life’s activities, this whole adventure is the result of many small choices. One by one, opportunities presented themselves as we made lifestyle changes that eventually led us down this path. It started with trying to be healthy – we all desire to do this, right? – then it was a smorgasbord of flavor-of-the-week diets that really didn’t produce desired results; then, thankfully, came the discovery of the “Trim Healthy Mama” book by sisters Serene Allison and Pearl Barrett. (A quick note to husbands and fathers: this will likely affect you more than your wife… go with it. Just because it says “mama” in the title doesn’t mean it isn’t for you!). Finally something that made sense to both of us! Imagine that: a diet that made sense to the engineering mind! A favorite quote of mine is: “In God we trust. Everyone else must bring data”. Without going into details, THM made sense to me in how the human body works. We tried the THM way of life and the results were great! I shred 30lbs in less than 3 months (200 to 170lbs) where my weight stabilized. I noticed a significant drop blood pressure (140/90s to 124/72) and increase in energy all while still being able to enjoy the wonderful gift of great tasting food. The data also showed that THM worked for my wife as well but due to the sensitivity of this data, I have been informed it will not be published in this domain!

We were and are so happy with this way of living that we shared (and continue to share) it with any one who was interested. Ruth started this blog to share recipes and photos of food and just general thoughts. At one point, we were purchasing products for our friends off the THM website and decided to look into becoming a reseller of THM products in Canada. Shortly after, we were looking into an online store! Neither of us have any experience in E-commerce so it is a learning experience for us both!

Our mission is to share 3 things with you that affected us first:

1. Simple lifestyle changes that will help you live healthier

2. Alternative food products that are substitutes for the things you crave (so you don’t need to white-knuckle your way through another diet!)

3. Encouragement to make healthy lifestyle changes through our story. We, among thousands of others, are proof that this works!

I hope you enjoy this blog and that you come back often. I will try my best to post in order to give all you Trim Healthy Husbands/Fathers out there some company, perspective and encouragement!

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Now an authorized THM reseller!

Trim Healthy Mama was started by sisters Serene Allison and Pearl Barrett. Their book, Trim Healthy Mama, No More Fads! A common sense guide to satisfy your cravings and energize your life, has impacted thousands of peoples’ lives for the better! It impacted our lives (my husband and I) so much that we wanted to share this knowlege with others.

Pinch of Patience is excited to be an authorized reseller of THM products in Canada located in Sarnia, Ontario. Check out my online store or leave me a message if you want to do a local pickup!

www.store.pinchofpatience.com

Check out the Trim Healthy Mama website by clicking on the link below:

www.trimhealthymama.com

 

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