You know those baby steps we’re talking about making toward a healthier lifestyle? Let’s go from thinking “Agh, that means I have to stop eating everything I love and instead only eat gross, slimy green stuff!” to recognizing the truth which is, “I can make a healthier donut and actually eat it without feeling guilty. It will taste even better than the store bought kind I’m used to!”
And by the way – never, ever eat slimy green stuff. “Slimy” and “green” should never be in the same sentence. For that matter, “eat” and “slimy” should never be in the same sentence. But let’s get back to talking about homemade donuts, which are neither slimy nor green.
I loved this testimony from Rebecca. This can be all of us!
I have been following your blog for over 3 years ever since our family made diet changes and started eating all whole foods. We have found we are healthier with less sicknesses and health problems. I have read lots of healthy eating blogs but yours resonates the most with me– your recipes are simple with ingredients I always have on hand and are tasty. Being a mother if 4 children and homeschooling and working part time I need easy, healthy recipes. We usually use at least one recipe of yours a day! Today I made the Pumpkin Donuts since I finished cooking and pureeing my last garden pumpkin. They were amazing! I thought for sure I had made enough for all of us but they flew off the serving plate so fast! They were so delicious, I think one if the best pumpkin recipe I have made. We all loved them. Thanks for sharing All your great recipes to us and for making this health journey easier. God bless!
See how unhappy and miserable Rebecca’s children are because of all the healthy changes they are making at their house?
I think this little one is being forced to lick that glaze off the plate, the poor dear.
Indeed, it’s almost like she’s forcing them to eat slimy green stuff. Almost. :)