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Peaches are a global symbol of summertime happiness. This is a great topic if you want to talk about the season. Here are a few ideas for how you can organize a global map of peaches.
The Complete Healthy Little Peach Guide includes a full 4-week meal plan, 4-week shopping list, easy meal options, success guide, a list of my favorite food staples, and over 30 busy life Paleo and squeaky clean compliant recipes. It is my hopes that this book will equip each of you with the resources necessary to become a Healthy Little Peach.
Hey y’all! Thanks so much for stopping by Healthy Little Peach, a food, health and lifestyle blog. My name is Ashley McCrary, but I go by “Mac” and I am the CEO/Owner here at HLP. I am a mom to 2 little beauties, Eloise (5) and Eleanor (1) and a wife to an amazing husband, Joel. We are based out of Missouri, but have really Southern accents. Both my husband and I grew up close to TN, so we have always had a twang and now we have passed it to our girls. (Source: ycvip922.com)
Do you ever get frustrated with all the fake reels on Instagram? Yeah, me too! Here at The Peachy Life Podcast, I'm dedicated to bring you real life and not just the perfect moments you see on social media. Here we will discuss self-love, motherhood, marriage, mental health, PCOS, weight loss, weight gain, careers, friendships and all the moments in between. I've never been a gal that feels totally comfortable in my own skin. It's been quite the journey of finding myself and loving who I am. I want to share all the ups and downs of real life and real struggle. Additionally, I want to encourage each of you to follow your dreams. A few years ago I was able to leave my teaching job of 10 years to become a full time food blogger. I built Healthy Little Peach, a health and recipe blog that has grown bigger than I could have ever imagined. Through hard work and dedication I was able to turn my passion into a full time career. The truth is, if I would have stuck in my "comfort zone" I would have never found my true potential and purpose. Not only was I able to leave my job, but my husband was able to leave his full-time job in healthcare to join my business two years later. Hard work and dedication can take you wonderful places if you believe in yourself and push the boundaries. (Source: www.listennotes.com)
Disclaimer: The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Mac from "Healthy Little Peach", which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc. (Source: www.listennotes.com)
My 9 yo and I followed a fun and simple 3-ingredient recipe from "Healthy Little Peach" to make this treat. We washed and dried 3-4 cups of grapes, tossed them in freshly squeezed lime juice, coated them in monk fruit sweetener and froze them. Voilà! Mini sweet /slightly sour self-contained slushy nibbles. (Source: www.snaptwice.com)
The recipe creator behind this idea and the Healthy Little Peach blog is Ashley McCrary (aka "Mac"), mother of two little girls, cookbook author, food stylist and enthusiast for Keto, Whole30, and Paleo food ideas. (Source: www.snaptwice.com See more bef-afters featuring grapes via the first two links below. See the full recipe for these grapes via the 3rd link and Healthy Little Peach's IG profile via the last link. (Source:www.snaptwice.com tAshley McCrary discovered the Whole30® program back in 2014 and it completely transformed her life, both physically and mentally. Inspired by the experience, she now shares healthy recipes that are Whole30®, keto, paleo, gluten-free, and dairy-free on her blog, Healthy Little Peach. Today, she shares her personal experience with Whole30® to help motivate everyone to achieve food freedom through the program. (Source:hrivemarket.com)))
Peaches — or Prunus persica — are small fruit with a fuzzy peel and a sweet white or yellow flesh. (Source: www.healthline.com Peaches are related to plums, apricots, cherries, and almonds. They’re considered drupes or stone fruit because their flesh surrounds a shell that houses an edible seed. (Source:www.healthline.com wPeaches are related to plums, apricots, cherries, and almonds. They’re considered drupes or stone fruit because their flesh surrounds a shell that houses an edible seed. (Source:ww.healthline.com)))