Yoga+Music {notquite365} – I Am To Blame by The Maroons – Recipe Edition!

It’s Tuesday and that means the Recipe Edition!

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Ok, so it’s not Tuesday. I’ll spare you the grim details, but there wasn’t a lot of thinking about food yesterday.

The good news is I’m feeling so much better today, I just made some homemade Lara Bars!

Why make something I can easily buy at the co-op? Good question!

They are kind of expensive and as it turns out, really easy to make. So why not?

Today’s recipe is from Wellsphere with directions from OhSheGlows.

Ingredients

1/3 cup roughly chopped dates

1/2 cup raw cashews

1 Tablespoon semi-sweet chocolate chips

Pinch of cinnamon

1/2 Teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract

Directions

Follow the instructions in this post from Oh She Glows.

How easy is that?

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What about you?

What are your go-to healthy foods?

How do you change your diet based on the season?

Send me your recipe and you may find yourself featured here!

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Today’s yoga brought to you by the restorative home practice. Winter is a quiet time for practice. Thank god, because that’s the only kind I’ve got in me.

Wondering about Yoga+Music {notquite365}?

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Today’s music is


Can you tell I lived in the Pacific Northwest in the mid-90s? It’s 31 minutes of indie rock goodness.

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Yoga Teaching Update:

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These classes are for every body – level 1/2. Bring your friends!

Looking for a restorative YogaNap ?

Please check my teaching schedule for more details.

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6 thoughts on “Yoga+Music {notquite365} – I Am To Blame by The Maroons – Recipe Edition!

  1. Gahhh I’m so excited about this post. I spent way too much money on my last grocery trip because the store started carrying some new (to me?) flavors of Larabars. And now the possibility of making my own? Wonderful!

  2. I can’t wait to try the recipe. For seasonal eating, I eat lots of raw in the summer and cooked root vegetables in the winter. My go to healthy food is oatmeal. Cooked with apples and cranberries in the winter and raw (muesli) in the summer. That’s it, I’m off to yoga (bikram)

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