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Food tastes better to people who are told the meal has been prepared with love.

National Whipped Cream Day!

Today on January 5, add a little extra something special to desserts to celebrate National Whipped Cream Day. Add whipped cream! Not only does it add creaminess and bit of pizzaz, it can be the difference between every day or a celebration day beverage or dessert.



This holiday falls on the birthday of Reddi-Wip founder Aaron “Bunny” Lapin. Aaron who invented Reddi-wip in 1948, was born on January 5, 1914, and died on July 10, 1999.

National Whipped Cream Day celebrates whipped cream’s contribution to the dessert world. In the spirit of today,  celebrating the sweet stuff that turns ice cream into a sundae and peaches into peaches and cream. Whipped cream is a real treat topping or not. Enjoy!!

love, k 🙂


Hanukkah Sufganiyot (Jelly Doughnuts)

These deep-fried Israeli delicacies symbolize the miracle of the burning oil lamps in the ancient Holy Temple in Jerusalem.

Plump up each doughnut with your favorite fruit jam. For a wintry effect, sprinkle the tops with granulated sugar.

First night of Chanukah! Have a very Happy Chanukah

love, krishna

Cooking for your Spirit- ThanksGIVING

In honor of the essence of Thanksgiving, we came up with a few new creative ways to express gratitude to get into the Thanksgiving spirit. Gratitude has been linked to everything from improving happiness, body image, sleep, life, you name it. Instead of consuming spirits we Celebrate this year in the True Spirit of Thanksgiving! It is a gentle reminder to love those at our tables and beyond.

For some a little planning can go a long way especially when you have a history of disordered eating. In the midst of this food-focused holiday event could be far from a relaxing night with friends and family. It is hard to separate events being based in food from the part that is about connecting with people. For those who are trying to prevent triggers to an internal battle with bulumia, binge eating, and anorexia, the holidays are certainly among those experiences to be vulnerable and to know that you are not alone.

Eating disorders often bring about an internal fracturing of mind, body and spirit. It may feel like you have been trapped in your mind by eating disorder thoughts that disconnect you from your body and spirit. Recovery involves reintegrating the mind, body, and spirit, creating an internal sense of wholeness. To embrace this holiday season with the intention of healing  Cooking for your Spirit    is a healthy guide that lends courage and strength when struggling, and gives a way to express gratitude when all is well.

Thanksgiving Blessings,

love, #krishna

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Thanksgiving Menu Ideas

Share some Holiday Happiness! Click here to read: Healthy for the Holidays

With Gratitude, Krishna

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Halloween Treats and Dessert Ideas

Halloween is a great time for sweet treats. Try these spooky Halloween- inspired cake pops for a dessert that is creative, fun, and unique.

Add a festive and delicious touch to your Halloween party with this Frankenstein cake pop!

These Frankenstein Cake Pops are a fun Halloween party treat idea for kids!

Put a fun twist on your Halloween desserts and make these Googly Eyed Cake Pops!

These creepy creations Halloween Bat magic cupcakes are easy to make for your Halloween Party!

Pretzel Chocolate Spiderwebs are festive, sweet & salty treats that are fun to make with the kids or serve at a Halloween party!

Halloween pretzels are fun and spooky chocolate covered pretzels, topped with sprinkles, candy corn, candy eyes and more to make them a perfect treat for Halloween time!

Chocolate covered pretzels are one of our favorite treats. Actually anything covered in chocolate really.

To Halloween treats,


Mummy Cake Recipe: Halloween Sweetness

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Halloween Vibes!

love, k 🙂

Pumpkin Soup Delight Recipe

Pumpkin soup delight 🎃 Here is a delightful pumpkin soup recipe with some additional healing drops included Black pepper supports the respiratory, nervous, circulatory and digestive systems, thyme supports the endocrine and respiratory systems and may be helpful for those who have the dry skin problem, and clove keeps you well and supports the digestive and respiratory systems. Now that is a power packed soup!

Thanks for visiting our site! To read more about the recipe here it is –


1 Large Pumpkin

4TB of Unrefined Coconut

1-2 drops of Young Living Black Pepper Vitality Essential Oil

1-2 drops of Young Living Thyme Vitality Essential Oil

1-2 drops of Young Living Clove Vitality Essential Oil

1cup of Coconut milk

1/2 tsp. Cayenne Pepper


Preheat oven to 400F.

Lightly coat the outside of the pumpkin with coconut oil and bake (whole) on the bottom rack for an hour.

Let it stand for 15-20 minutes.

Once cooled enough cut in half be careful of the steam! Scoop outside the seeds and set them aside.

Scoop out of the rest of the pumpkin and place in a food processor blend until smooth.

In a large pot heat up some coconut oil and add diced shallots.

Sauté them over medium heat until they are golden brown.

Add the pumpkin purée into the pot and put rest of coconut milk, cayenne pepper, and sweetener.

Simmer for 15-20 minutes

Just before moving soup from heat add in a few pinches of mineral salts and essential oils, then add in a few pumpkin seeds as garnish with each bowl served.


love, k 🙂