Individual Peach Crumble

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I’m sorry for making you cry. Can I make it up to you with a boatload of delicious & a kiss? I will certainly try.

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I will sneak in health because that’s my favourite kind of secret.

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I love you. I’m sorry. Here’s a peach for my peach. I promise I didn’t stuff kale inside this time.

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Individual Peach Crumble
adapted from: joy the baker

3 peaches, slice in half & remove the pit along with a little bit of fruit to make room for topping
topping: (in a bowl mix:)
– 1 T. shredded coconut
– 1/4 c. flour
– 1/4 c. little brown sugar
– 1/4 t. cinnamon
– 1 T. golden flax seed
– 3 T. oats
– 1 T. chopped almonds

To the bowl: crumble in 2 T. of butter. Use your hands, need not be perfect.

Arrange your 6 peach halves in an oven friendly dish and evenly top all of them with the crumble topping. Use all of it.

Place in an oven @ 350 for about 15-20 or until topping becomes golden brown & your home smells divine.

Delicious warm or cold. Serve with ice cream, milk or whatever floats your boat. I dressed mine up with plain Greek yogurt, cinnamon, more golden flax & blueberries for breakfast.

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Xo N

7-11

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I had a lovely day. It’s not often I eat bacon & have two dive lessons in one day. I will learn to go head first eventually, especially as this applies to so many more aspects of my life. Better late than never, right? Feeling grateful for being showered with love, even when I turn into world’s greatest drama mama… Sending you lots of love & light. Xo N

summer bucket list 2013

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How did we get to July already? Summer seems halfway over & yet there is a lot of warm weather adventure left in this soul of mine. Here’s a list concocted & inspired by my darling friend, The Upmarket‘s Fiona.

1. Read 5 interesting books
2. Go skinny dipping
3. May Cause Miracles 40 day journaling challenge
4. Juice fast once a week.
5. Throw an “under 200” celebration
6. Open call @ Ford
7. Open call @ Factor
8. Start blogging more consistently
9. Send out inspirational postcards
10. Visit Heather
11. Reconnect with friends (at least once a week)
12. Tone muscles (get stronger)
13. Bristol Renaissance Fair
14. Visit a winery
15. See a live band
16. Explore 2-3 new cities with B
17. Reorganize room
18. Find daily “me” time
19. Thank the good Lord!
20. Become a domestic goddess

Xo N

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