Blogs I’m Lovin’ Right Now

Hello, hello!

You guys often ask me what blogs I read, and, I have to admit, they change quite a bit from month-to-month. Of course, there are some I’ve read for years now that will always have a place in my reader, but, like with most things in life, my interests change and so do the blogs I read. Here’s a sampling of just some of the blogs I’m loving right now:

Blogs

As you can see, I’m not up-to-date with my blog reading at all and quite a few CrossFit and Paleo blogs have made their way into my reader.

I love discovering new blogs, so which ones are you lovin’ right now?

Lunch

Great lunch yesterday! I made Curry Tuna Cakes with sliced avocado and Sweet Potato Wedges on the side. De-lic-ious!

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Curry Tuna Cakes

Ingredients:

  • 1 can of tuna, drained
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 tbsp coconut flour
  • 1/2 tsp curry
  • 1 tsp minced garlic
  • Chopped scallions
  • Salt + pepper to taste
  • Coconut or olive oil for the pan

Directions:

  • Combine all ingredients (except oil) in a bowl; blend well.
  • Divide tuna mixture in half and then form into two cakes.
  • Heat pan on medium-low heat and coat with oil.
  • Add tuna cakes to pan and slowly cook on each side until lightly browned.
  • Remove from pan and serve immediately.

Makes 2 cakes

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Snack

I went to CrossFit last night, so I ate a sliced banana with sunflower butter about 90 minutes before class.

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Be back soon with dinner and a workout!

84 Comments

  1. Yum, those curry tuna cakes looks really delicious and great for a quick, filling meal! I love this post because I’m always on the hunt for new Paleo blogs to read as my husband and I just started eating that way earlier this year and absolutely love it! I actually just today completed a Paleo resource page for my blog talking about our experience/addressing FAQs, and I’d love to add your blog to my list of resources! xoxo

  2. Your tuna cakes sound awesome! Do they really form cakes and stay together with only 1/2 Tbsp coconut flour? I tried to make a similar recipe with nutritional yeast and FAIL…they didn’t bind together well at all and just fell apart.

  3. I’m loving Kris Lawrence’s blog at kris-lawrence.com. It’s awesome to read about running from an elite who is humble and funny and works hard!

  4. I love carrots n’ cake. I recently found a healthfulpursuit.com it’s wholesome living blog dedicated to gluten-free and often allergen-free recipes. Beautiful pics.

  5. Teen, I’m crazy about The Actor’s Diet. Lynn is amazing and I love that her posts are straightforward. I like my blog too, it is definitely my fave 😉 xo Erin

  6. Those tuna cakes look delicious; I haven’t tried to find coconut flour anywhere but do you have to go to a specialty food store for it? I usually do my grocery shopping at a regular store because I’m on a pretty strict budget. Any idea where to get these healthy products for cheap? Thanks!

    1. Whole Foods sells it, but you can usually find it cheaper online from Amazon. Almond meal would work too and it’s $3.99/bag at Trader Joe’s.

  7. i’m really into holistic nutrition blogs at the moment (probably because I just started up at holistic nutrition school): joyous health, making love in the kitchen

  8. Besides CNC, my daily reads are PBfingers, Katheats (her new baby is so stinkin’ cute!), Honey I Shrunk the Gretchen and Running off the Reeses. ROTR is hysterical and she has the cutest little French bulldog. 🙂

  9. Healthytippingpoint.com was my first blog love. I love your blog of course. My favorites are: Fitting-it-all-in – Saywhatyouneedtosayblog – eatingbirdfood – nhershoes- coffeecakeandcardio – doctor-in-the-house.

  10. Yours of course has been a fav of mine for awhile! I’m all about crossfit and paleo blogs so our list is pretty similar. If the is somewhat related to what my blog is about, same interests etc. I feel like I’m in the same place in life as my blogger friends!;)

  11. Nerdy questions kinda….how do you do all those subscriptions!? I have a lot of blogs that I would love to keep up with…but makes it difficult doing it all off memory…do you need to have a website?

    1. Google Reader! If you have a Google email account, it’s an option at the top of the page and then you can add all of your favorite blogs/websites to it!

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