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Green Smoothie Bowl with Avocado Heart

I used to wake up every morning and make a smoothie bowl for breakfast. Then I realized how good it felt to press snooze three times on my alarm and curl up into the fetal position in bed. Still, sometimes … Continue reading

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Mango Nectarine Smoothie Jar with Chia Pudding

This is one of the best breakfasts I’ve made in a while. I say that all the time because I make something that upends the last amazing breakfast that I ate. The struggle, as they say, is real. Originally this … Continue reading

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A Very Green Smoothie Bowl

I kept seeing people cutting fruit into shapes on Instagram. So the other day, I decided to try it. The key is using tiny cookie cutters: I dug up some small ones that I would usually use for sugar cookies … Continue reading

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Mango Pineapple Banana Smoothie Bowl

I usually look around online for inspiration for smoothie bowls. But sometimes, a good idea will just come to me. Especially when I’m trying to think of a way to use the 10 pounds of fruit I buy at the … Continue reading

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Pint Size Bakery & Coffee

On Saturday morning, I woke up early and visited Pint Size Bakery & Coffee, a new bakeshop in St. Louis’s south city.  I had only heard good things about Pint Size, as it has been featured in many local publications … Continue reading

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City Coffeehouse and Creperie

Sometimes, I really miss France…Okay, most of the time I miss France.  I think alot of it has to do with boulangeries, crepes, and pastries.  How could I not fall in love with a country where dessert-making is considered an … Continue reading

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