Cauliflower Pizza Crust

I’ve been following the Trim Healthy Mama diet lately and it has been working for me. I also use my Wildtree spices to make this diet work for me and the two go together perfectly!! Last night I was really craving pizza so I made a cauliflower crust pizza. I wish I could tell my kids thought this was the best pizza ever. I wish I could tell you my five year old didn’t gag the entire time he was eating it. I cannot. But guess what…more pizza for me. And I thought it was awesome. The 5 yo can detect a vegetable from like ten miles away and will avoid it at all costs. His loss!

So here is the recipe I made up based on some ones I read on the internet:

1 head cauliflower

2 tsp Wildtree Pizza Sauce Blend

1 tsp Wildtree Garlic Galore

1 egg

1/4 cup mozzarella

1/4 cup parmesan


Preheat oven to 450 degrees

  1. process the cauliflower in your food processor until is resembles flour.
  2. microwave cauliflower for 6 minutes and then lay out on a kitchen towel. When cool enough, squeeze as much water as you can from the cauliflower.
  3. In a bowl, mix together thoroughly cauliflower, mozzarella, parmesan, Wildtree Pizza Sauce Blend, Wildtree Garlic Galore, and egg.
  4. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  5. Pour cauliflower mixture onto parchment paper and pat into a pizza crust shape making crust pretty thin.
  6. Bake crust for 8-10 minutes or until slightly browned.
  7. top with your favorite toppings and then bake again for 10 minutes. Enjoy!

Power Protein Pancakes

My four year old has declared a war on eggs. No egg shall grace his plate without monumental amounts of whining and complaining. So what’s a mom to do? Make some freaking sneaky egg hiding pancakes, that’s what! ¬†So these pancakes are also gluten free so that’s a win for us too.

Hope you enjoy!

Power Protein Pancakes

Makes approx 12 pancakes

3 bananas

3 eggs

1 cup almond flour

add a little bit of almond milk if the mixture is not liquid-y enough. Or you can also add another egg.

Mash everything together and then you have a wonderful pancake batter with which to deceive your children with.ūüôā Go forth and be smug!

Where I’ve been…and where the Blog is going!

I’ve been thinking about blogging again recently. A friend had asked me why I stopped and I explained that since becoming a Wildtree rep, I didn’t want to seem pushy or salesy and basically I was only cooking Wildtree recipes for my family because they are so tasty, easy and healthy. She told me that I should blog about that! So….here I am! And I want you to know why I became a Wildtree Rep and why you will be seeing mostly Wildtree recipes on my blog.

In June, I became a Rep for Wildtree. Wildtree is a company with a line of all-natural, non-GMO, peanut free, preservative free, no HFCS or dyes food products. I love that this company was founded by a Mom whose kids had been diagnosed with medical conditions that required restricted diets. She needed to come up with healthy meals that everyone would enjoy¬†with ingredients that her kids wouldn’t react to. She was also a full-time working single mom so they had to be easy to make. The founder, Leslie Montie, and her parents began experimenting with new ways to flavor and prepare food.¬† They founded Wildtree Herbs in 1996 and began to sell their specialty blends at local craft fairs. They were overwhelmed with the reception and quickly gained a loyal following. In 1999, Wildtree was launched as a party plan company and Representatives all over the U..S hold Tasting parties (where friends come together to sample some yummy Wildtree food and talk about meal planning) and more recently a few years ago¬†we started to do Freezer Meal Workshops (where you buy a spice/oil bundle and we come together at the host’s house and make ten meal to take home and put in your freezer for busy nights).

So since June, I have really enjoyed my new role as a Wildtree Rep. It took me a long time after meeting a Wildtree Rep at my Mom’s group Holiday Sip-n-Shop and becoming impressed with the products to sign up and decide to do this. But I’m so glad that I did!¬†My friends have been so supportive and I’ve held several freezer meal workshops in my own house as well as some at friends’ houses for their friends. When I started, I wasn’t sure if this was going to be right for me. I’ve never been a salesperson before. And I still struggle with being nervous that people might think I’m too pushy or salesy. But I really think that there is so much value in providing people with healthy meal planning and every time one of my friends/customers tells me how much they liked something it makes me feel really good! So I really feel more like my role is “Meal Planner” and not salesperson.

One of the other things that I love about Wildtree is that for any product you purchase you can go to my website ( and click on “recipes” and there is a dropdown menu listing each product and you can pull up all the recipes that go with your product. There have been many times when I’ve had a spice blend and thought I wonder what I could make with this and then gone to the website and had so many options from which to chose!

We also have a 2 monthly meal planners.¬†The first is¬†“simple.healthy.dinner” which is 8 recipes and a bundle of products that usually runs around $50. The recipes come in a pdf format and they have step-by-step pictures for each recipes. The second is a meal planner bundle that comes with a bundle of products, recipes and grocery list that you can purchase for half price if you have spent $50. So for example, if you purchased the simple.healthy.dinner promo for this month that would qualify you for the half off menu planner and then you could make the following:


1. Balsamic Chicken with Spinach Salad

2. Braised Short Ribs

3. Chicken Breast with Creamy Mustard Sauce

4. French Onion Soup

5 Pan Roasted Fish with Tomato Caper Sauce

6. Pecan Crusted Pork Tenderloin

7. Roasted Red Pepper & Sausage Alfredo

8. Sweet Potato Stuffed Shells

and this month’s half price Menu Planner is called “Freezer Meals” (You can follow the instructions that come with the recipes and freeze these in advance or you can make them fresh as you go, which is what I did when I made some of the recipes)

9. Mu Shu Pork

10. Roasted Sausage and Peppers

11. Raspberry Hoisin Pork

12. Jerk Salmon

13. Slow Cooker Sante Fe Chicken

14. Sloppy Joe Tacos

15. Turkey & Black Bean Taco Chili

16. Jerk Chicken Waldorf Salad

17. Jerk Tenderloin with Caribbean Salsa

18. Ham & Cannellini Bean Soup

I love having all these recipes to try during the month. And the great thing is that the Wildtree products don’t have to be used all at once so you can make all these recipes and then search for more on my website. The possibilities are endless!

So thanks for reading this!! Please let me know if you have any questions!!! I will start posting some yummy recipes in the next few days! (I’m going to get my exclamation point license revoked!!!!!!)

Homemade Taco Seasoning

Who doesn’t love taco night??¬† If you want to kick it up a notch, try making your own taco seasoning!

I’m not a big fan of pre-packaged taco seasoning. I just don’t really like the taste. Although I have used the stuff for years and years. Lately, I’ve been trying to explore some homemade taco seasonings and came across this one that I really like. The cinnamon gives it a very interesting taste. And I mean interesting in a good way.

Here’s where I found this delicious¬†spice mix¬†that makes the equivalent of one packet of taco seasoning:


Mexican Rice

I’m a big fan of Pioneer Woman’s recipes. She is my go to for a lot of recipes including this one for Mexican rice. I have made this many times to serve with fajitas or tacos.¬† It’s really¬†easy and makes up a big batch and it is very good heated up for lunch the next day, and the next day and maybe even the next night. Like I¬†said, it makes a¬†lot!



Kale Caesar Salad

Want to hear the silliest reason why I haven’t written a blog post lately? Well it’s not because I haven’t been cooking anything. It’s because I forgot my blog password and was too annoyed to reset it. So I got over myself and now here I am!! HI!!!

This recipe is one that I found on I love that magazine. Not the part that talks about organization because seriously I couldn’t organize a shoe box. But the recipes are always so awesome and simple. So I knew when I saw this recipe that it would be pretty kickass. And I was right!

Kale is so good for you! If you haven’t tried it yet…you should. And I highly recommend you start here:

I think with some grilled chicken or shrimp this would make a fantastic meal on it’s own.


Cheesy Baked Spaghetti Squash

First, a PSA regarding tomato paste.¬† It annoys me to no end when I open a can of tomato paste and then a recipe only calls for a teaspoon or a tablespoon. What are you supposed to do with the whole rest of the can? So I read somewhere you can freeze it in ice cube trays, which I think is a great idea…I just don’t have that kind of real estate in my freezer. It’s like Manahattan in there. Space is precious and it is crowded!

So this is what I do with my leftover tomato paste. I freeze it in 1 tablespoon sized splotches (for lack of a better word!) in a Ziploc bag.  Then I lay it flat in the freezer, usually on top of a pile of other stuff. It looks like this:

tomato paste

Now for the main event:

I got this recipe from one of my favorite bloggers. If I were a real grown up with a real grown up blog it would look like hers!! I used chicken sausage, shredded Italian Cheese and ricotta. I didn’t change anything so here is the link:

This was really yummy! Spaghetti squash doesn’t sit in your stomach like a ball of heavy carbs. We have been eating it a lot lately!