A few weeks ago, I travelled to Dallas to promote my cookbook. The week was filled with new experiences, learning, and lots of laughter. I did a cooking demo on Good Morning Texas, signed lots of books, and taught a few cooking classes. Ashley, a sweet Dallas lady, opened up her home and invited 20 of her friends. She is quite a cook and has a beautiful dream kitchen so she had everything I needed. The lovely ladies came, I cooked, taught and answered lots of questions. Everyone enjoyed learning how to practically incorporate organic foods into our daily lives.
In Dallas, my love for teaching people to cook with whole, unprocessed ingredients was rejuvenated. I’ve taught classes for several years now and I’m discovering it’s my passion. I love the moment when the light bulb turns on for people and they realize they really can make practical, sustainable, healthy diet changes.
I know I can’t come to all of you (as much as I’d love to) so we came up with a fun option. If you buy 5 books through my publisher’s website, you can get a 45 minute Skype session with me. You can round up a few friends, buy five books, and we’ll set up a time to talk about whatever you like. I tested this out with a wonderful group of ladies in Iowa and we all had a blast.
OK, on to the cookies. I’m shocked by how good these cookies taste. Six ingredients, gluten free, dairy free, and they taste amazing. They actually taste like they have flour in them. They’re so easy that even if you don’t bake, I promise, you can make these. Print the recipe, buy the ingredients, and whip up some crazy good cookies.
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