I recently found a deep love for granola, and shortly after decided that I might love rawnola even more.
Now, I have seen recipes for rawnola floating around the internet for a while, and they essentially boil down to having two ingredients: oats and dates. A lot of people add spices and dried fruits and things of that nature to them, but I wanted to give you the super simple guide to the base of rawnola with the right ratios, and then if you would like to add anything to them, you can essentially just add them in addition to this base recipe.
I love love love lemonade and lemon flavored drinks, but they all require so much nasty sugar. Lemonade almost always ends up making my stomach hurt from all of the processed sugar (I’m guessing that’s why it always hurts?), so I haven’t had any in probably at least a year.
So much has happened since I last posted. I still love peanut caramel, and I still eat a bit too much of it, but in these last few weeks I have packed up and left my home in Washington, gotten married (twice!), driven twenty hours down to California, and moved my entire life down here for school. I have already begun feeling homesick, but I have also found so many amazing things here that I couldn’t imagine leaving soon at all.
I have not had much time for extravagant meals lately, people. This last week has been extremely busy for me, so in addition to eating a lot of really simple smoothie meals, we have actually been eating out a lot. Head over to my Instagram for those adventures >>