Clean Chocolate Bark {Recipe}

Today I am sharing one of my favorite clean recipes for chocolate. When I need a sweet treat I usually whip up a batch of these {or I go for these clean no-bake cookies I shared a couple weeks ago}. I love this one because it is gluten free, dairy free, nut free {unless you add nuts as a topping like I did}. You can also adjust the amount of honey based on how sweet you want your chocolate. Personally, I like to add only 1/2 cup of honey instead of the 3/4 cup the recipe calls for. One warning, since the base of these is coconut oil they melt VERY easily. I store them and eat them right out of the freezer!

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Meal Prepping 101

Meal Prepping! One of my favorite topics lately. Prior to meal prepping the morning was always a scramble to get lunches together, breakfast was often skipped and buying something on the way to work was a pretty regular occurrence. Dinner was the same thing, we’d sometimes have an idea of what we wanted to have, but if things weren’t ready to go we were spending a couple hours in the evenings making it! It took up valuable time we could have been spending as a family; playing a game, reading books or doing a craft. And if we didn’t feel like spending time on dinner the drive thru was a very tempting and easy option. Which isn’t great on the wallet or the belt!!! Taking the time to do some planning and work just once a week has made the weekdays much less hectic, we’ve saved money (you know we are all about that), freed up the time we have together as a family to do more enjoyable activities and helped keep us stay on track with our clean eating plan!

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Creating a Picture Wall with Free Printables

Ok, I’m letting you all in on a secret of how I fill my picture walls! The easiest and cheapest thing to do is search “free printables” along with whatever type of picture, room you are trying to decorate {bathroom, kitchen, etc.} or color you are looking for on Pinterest. Then print them off and frame them! I would suggest using cardstock to print on to get the best color and quality. ¬†Obviously real¬†art is always better, but when you’ve got limited funds and want to spruce up a wall this is the way to do it!

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