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This post is aimed at all who follow the Trim Healthy Mama diet. I love doing their fuel cycles and wanted a creative way to still enjoy eggs benedict. So here ya go! All I really did was substitute the English muffin for roasted asparagus. If I wanted a crossover I would have used an Ezekiel English muffin but this here would make it a Deep S. I also chose to use turkey ham because I’m kinda partial to it.

Here is the recipe that I edit to make it THM friendly.

Eggs Benedict

I have made this for years with THM and without. This is a winner! We typically make it Christmas morning. But you have to get it down to an art. It takes a while to prepare. We tend to have multiple people helping in different stations around the kitchen when we make it for the family.

And of course I enjoy with my favorite blood sugar balancer. Love them proteins!

If you’re enjoying the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle comment below! I’d love to hear your input and hear your progress! THM is more of a family than a diet! Now go make this dish! It is divine y’all!!


This is for all the Trim Healthy Mama followers. When I first heard about the Shrinker last year and the huge benefits of it I hunted down the coveted oolong tea. I made my first drink and poured it down the drain.

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Fuel Cycle Day 1

July 1, 2014

For those on the Trim Healthy Mama I wanted to share my Fuel Cycle days with you. I’ve been doing THM since September 2013 and decided to overcome my fear of the Fuel Cycle. Plus, I had stalled in my weight loss. I have lost around 18 lbs since I began. The app TwoGrand has helped a lot! Lots of encouragement and guidance over there. So, for those who follow THM you’ll know know what I’m talking about. For those of you who don’t, shame on you! Go pick order your book now!

Now, I’m short on time but I still want to post this so I will open up the comments for anybody with questions.

The first day is a Deep S day. Below are my meals. At the end I will describe my experience of the day.


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Lox and Bagel – THM

April 15, 2014

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 This is a weakness of mine. The Skinny Chocolate is delicious, don’t get me wrong, but I was thrilled when my husband and I figured out how to make lox & bagel Trim Healthy Mama approved as an E meal. Continue Reading…


There have been so many days where I’m just lacking energy. After birthing a half dozen babies it’s no wonder. This delicious drink here has done wonders to my energy levels. And I have no doubt it helps boost that worn out immune system.

Compliments of Trim Healthy Mama the Singing Canary tastes, to me, just like an orangecicle! Now, the first time I made it was just like a tart lemon drink. But I recalled people talking about how divine it tasted so I made it one more time and added a good dose of sweetener. Yeah, that did it. Extra Truvia/Stevia made this drink worth the hassle it takes to make it.

Here is a copy of the recipe and I’ll just briefly go over how I make it.

2 lemons
4000 mg Vitamin C (buffered ascorbic acid powder or tablets or whatever is in your cupboard that does not include sugar or dyes)
1 tsp. non irradiated turmeric powder
1 flat, tsp. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
2 tsp. Whey Protein Powder (look for CFM whey protein isolate)
3 generous pinches of high mineral salt like Celtic Sea Salt
3 splashes vanilla extract
Pure Stevia Extract to taste

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Peel two lemons. Slice and remove the seeds. I like to have as much Rutin as I can in my drink so I leave as much of the white rind as I can. Then blend with three cups of water for 30 seconds.

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Nice and frothy now.

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Next pour the blended lemon and water into a nut milk bag. Capture the thick remains in the bag while allowing the lemon water to pour into a pitcher. Next you will squeeze and mush around the bag. Making sure you get as much of the liquid as you can out.

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You’ll be left with this fun little ball of lemon dough. It’s neat but throw it out. Unless you can think of something creative to do with it. I have yet to come up with anything. Put it down your disposal to freshen you kitchen drain?

I then add the remaining ingredients to the blender and mix them up. Last I re-add the lemon water with a very good amount of Truvia and/or Stevia. Keep taste testing it til you’re satisfied.

I have yet to add the essential oil but I’m just now beginning to explore EO’s. Seems like a good thing. I’ll update later.

I will definitely be making this many times this week as we begin to tackle spring cleaning!

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