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Onyx Coffee Lab values finding unique and sustainably sourced coffee from all over the world. This seasonal blend, Tropical Weather, celebrates coffees from Ethiopia. It’s perfect for an iced coffee, sans half and half, or if you must, a tiny splash. The flavor is decadent on its own boasting berry and plum notes. It’s light […]

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Not that you should ever feel guilty about eating doughnuts, but this may be the healthiest doughnut recipe I’ve created or eaten so far. It’s got sour cream instead of anything heavy. The doughnut batter also has vanilla protein in it and there’s matcha in the frosting. So if you’re looking for a light, refreshing […]

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I usually drink a foamy cappuccino or iced coffee with a splash of half and half for breakfast, so as you can infer, not much sweetness or sugar. I was weary of trying out this recipe from having too many sweet drinks from Starbucks gone terribly wrong, or from getting iced coffee so watery it […]

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Hello Winter! I can’t say I’m loving the hibernation season, but there’s some tips and tricks we can use to make it feel like the weather is sunny and bright. Take dessert for example. Throw in a bright fruit with a glaze on top and you’ve got yourself some indoor sunshine. Not to mention, some […]

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Try out this cozy roasted grape & walnut, pecorino cheese salad with a balsamic vinaigrette. It’s got different types of baby lettuces for this salad, including arugula, and a mix of kale, chard, and spinach. It makes for varying shapes, sizes and nutrients in the mix. Ingredients – Salad baby chard, kale, and spinach lettuce […]

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Just about the quickest, fanciest, most impressive of appetizers, are cheese boards! & no, they aren’t all overwhelming to build. But watch the price point on your cheese blocks. It adds up quickly. There is an art that comes with cheese board construction, but let’s keep it simple. In general, keep in mind to always […]

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Dark chocolate truffles might be the most decadent, simple dessert of all time. Not to be dramatic. What’s better, is that these truffles have nutella in them. Mhm, try them out and thank me later. Ingredients 2/3 c. heavy cream 12 oz. bittersweet dark chocolate 1 Tbs. nutella 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1/3 c. cocoa […]

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Typically I make tomato and ricotta crostini, but grape ricotta crostini allow for the addition of one of my favorite ingredients – honey. What’s great about this recipe is it yields a lot of grapes you can store in the fridge for later. All it takes is a bit of olive oil, salt and pepper, […]

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Working from home can make it difficult to want to eat all the food and beverages you have already bought from the grocery store and have handy. It’s tempting to want to run to the local coffee shop every day and get a coffee. But then you might start doing that every day and adding […]

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Bolognese pasta might be the coziest pasta there is. It’s got all the feel good veggies and a hearty red sauce that just tastes homey. If you want to make this recipe a bit more healthy, you can replace the penne pasta with cauliflower pasta. This dish will work with any type of pasta, but […]

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This chilled cacao is made with superfoods to help balance your hormones. It’s got warm & cozy ingredients to help calm your mind and kickstart your day. Cacao / Fights fatigue. Boosts mood. Improves skin health. Aids digestion. Maca / Balances hormones. Cinnamon / High in Antioxidants. Reduces inflammation. Cardamon / Antibacterial. Reduces inflammation. Ingredients […]

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Summertime is the perfect season for minimal prep, fresh dishes. This fig and mozzarella bowl is no exception. I recommend buying all local ingredients for this one, since you’ll taste the raw ingredients. The fresher the better. Get your prosciutto sliced thin. Your mozzarella with water at the bottom, and freshly picked basil. Figs are […]

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