Farm Fresh Spring Salad

Everything is better topped with a fried egg!


2 bountiful handfuls of the fresh greens of your choice (mixed, spinach, baby kale are yum!) 3-5 sprigs of fresh asparagus 1-2 radishes, sliced into rounds 1 egg 1-2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil Juice of 1/4 small lemon 1 drop doTERRA lemon essential oil *Optional: 1/8 teaspoon sweetener of your choice 1 teaspoon of any fresh herbs you have on-hand (basil, thyme, and tarragon are lovely choices...), chopped


Place the olive oil, lemon juice, lemon oil, optional sweetener, and herbs in a bowl. Whisk together.

Mix the salad greens in the salad dressing and toss to coat.

Blanch or lightly sauté your asparagus.

Fry an egg.

Serve the salad mix (or just leave it in the same bowl).

Place the fried egg and asparagus atop the salad mix. Enjoy!


Asparagus: Asparagus is packed with vitamins K and A, as well as iron and folate. It is also a powerful anti-inflammatory and abounds with antioxidant nutrients such as vitamin C, beta-carotene, vitamin E, and the minerals zinc, manganese, and selenium. See here for more health benefits and nutritional information.

Lemon: Lemons are vitamin C powerhouses. Great for immunity, vitamin C can also be helpful for preventing the development and progression of atherosclerosis and diabetic heart disease. See here for more health benefits and nutritional info.

Lemon Essential Oil: Lemon oil has many properties including antidepressant, antifungal, antiviral, antiseptic, and antioxidant. It is refreshing and invigorating, had can be used to help lower blood pressure, improve memory, ease sore throats and anxiety, help dissolve cellulite, boost energy, calm digestive problems, cleanse the lymphatic system cleansing, and promote a sense of well-being. It is also miraculous for removing grease, gum, oil, and unwanted marks and spots. See here to learn more about doTERRA essential oils.

Mixed Greens: Salad greens abound with vitamins A and C, beta-carotene, calcium, folate, fiber, and other phytonutrients. Make sure to rinse them thoroughly before eating. See here for more health benefits and safe handling instructions and nutritional information.

Olive Oil: Olive Oil is packed phytonutrients including polyphenols. Most of the polyphenols in olive oil function as both antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients in the body. When eaten in moderation, olive oil can be very beneficial to our gastrointestinal and cardiovascular health. See here for more health benefits and nutritional information.

Radish: These easy-to-grow root veggies are a good source of riboflavin, bitamin B6, calcium, magnesium, copper and manganese. They're also low in cholesterol and high in dietary fiber. See here for more nutritional information.


Rosemary Infused Bubbles

Make your New Year's Eve memorable by infusing your bubbly with rosemary essential oil. It's delish! Tantalize your taste buds and ring in the New Year with some rosemary essential oil infused champagne or presecco! The effervescence of the bubbles is delicious alone, but when paired with the grounding woodsy and herbal notes of rosemary oil, this elixir becomes divine. Rosemary was traditionally used by Greeks to flavor ale and wine, and by Ancient Romans to fend off evil spirits (a good thing to do at the start of a new year, eh?). It's also an adrenal cortex stimulant (boosts your brain power for making meaningful NYE conversation or tuning into your best resolutions), and is a tried and true immunity booster (stay well through all the midnight kissing and late night revelry!).

Not for use during pregnancy (not that you'd be chugging champagne while preggo, I hope...).

One to two drops per bottle will do ya. Have a blessed New Year!



1 bottle champagne or prosecco (something in the $15 price range is need to "enhance" an expensive bottle of bubbles!)

1-2 drops doTERRA rosemary essential oil


Pop the cork on the bottle.

Add the essential oil. Put some sort of lid back on the bottle and GENTLY tip upside down and right side up to evenly distribute the oil throughout the bubbles.

Keep the bottle covered allow to chill and cross-mojinate in the fridge for 20-30 minutes.

Pour into champange flutes and enjoy!


Rosemary Essential Oil: Rosemary essential oil Rosemary is an analgesic, anti-arthritic, antibacterial, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and antioxidant. It is commonly used for calm and stress relief, cold and flu, hair care, arthritic pain, asthma, bronchitis, and digestive issues. See here to learn more about doTERRA essential oils.

Chia Porridge

Warm your belly with this yummy and versatile breakfast porridge. As the mornings get chillier, our bodies naturally reach for more warming foods. We are naturally inclined to swap the raw green juices for nourishing breakfasts that help us stay sated for longer and keep us warm from the inside out.

This chia porridge recipe was inspired by my very dear friend, Julie. Her recipe differs slightly, but that's the beauty of this simple recipe. It is completely versatile. Just add a scoop or two of chia seeds to some nearly boiling water. Whisk it every few minutes until it "sets" in a nice porridge-like consistency. Then add whatever else sounds good that morning: ghee, coconut oil, nut or seed butter, fresh berries, dried fruit (like goji berries or apricots), a scoop of protein powder, maca powder, or bee pollen, and perhaps a dash of honey or pure maple syrup if you like it a little sweeter. This delightful bowl of goodness will keep your belly full and happy for hours.

What are your favorite hot cereal add-ins? Enjoy!


(Serves one, as pictured)

1 1/2-2 cups water dash of salt 2 scoops organic chia seeds 1 scoop high-quality protein powder 1 tbs. coconut oil 1/2 blueberries 1 drop doTERRA black pepper essential oil *Endless optional ingredients: walnuts, pecans, sunflower seeds, pepitas, honey, maple syrup, chopped dates, apricots, goji berries, shaved coconut, nut or seed butter, nut or seed milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, get the idea.


Place water and salt in a saucepan and allow to come to a boil. Turn off heat. Add 2 scoops of chia seeds and whisk together to avoid clumping. Cover and allow to sit while perusing the rest of your ingredients. Three minutes later stir again. Allow the chia seeds to "gel" (should take just a few more minutes). Then add the rest of the ingredients and whisk together again until smooth, creamy, and well-blended. Serve and enjoy!


Black Pepper: Black Pepper essential oil is great for your digestive system. It stimulates salivary glands and secretion of digestive juices meanwhile neutralizing gas formation in the intestinal tract. Also a great cleansing agent! Black pepper oil also increases circulation, reducing inflammation, and provides relief for arthritis and other muscle and joint discomforts. Great for athletes! See here for more.

Blueberries: These berries should get their own cape. They are a superfood, packed with antioxidants that can help prevent cancer, meanwhile protecting your nervous system and brain health. They're rich with manganese, and Vitamins K and C, and are also a good source of dietary fiber. See here for more health benefits and nutritional info.

Chia Seeds: "Chia" is the Mayan word for strength. Once an important energy source for Mayans, Incas and other ancient cultures, they are now favored by athletes and birthing mothers for their strength and energy enhancing properties. They are a great source of omega-3 acids, calcium, protein, fiber and potassium. Plus they’re low in cholesterol and sodium. See here for more health benefits and nutritional information.

*NOTE: Not all essential oils are created equal. I only use doTERRA because their oils are Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade, which is suitable for internal, external, and aromatherapeutic consumption.

*NOTE: All doTERRA Essential Oils are extremely potent. I’d recommend 1 drop per dish. Otherwise, just know that you will have a VERY strong-tasting snack!

Click here to learn more about doTERRA Essential Oils.