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The Eat Clean Course is Coming Again!


I’m excited to say that the Eat Clean course is now being offered again in May!  There were dozens of busy moms, like you, who told me how much this course transformed their family’s eating habits when they went through it last winter..

Here’s what I heard:

“I knew I should’ve been feeding my kids healthier, but I really didn’t have a plan.  Eat Clean helped me not only remember the “why” to eating healthy, but gave me all the tools I needed to create meal plans, grocery lists and get me cooking again!”

This is huge!  Like the mom above said, we all know we should eat better.  What Eat Clean does is remind you about the “why”.  It takes you through where our food comes from, how to grocery shop like a pro for healthy foods on a budget, and why you should eat better.

Here’s another testimonial from the course:

“My excuse was that I didn’t have time to cook healthy.  All I needed was some guidance, which Eat Clean provided.  It gives you shopping tips and tricks to buying whole foods on a budget, plus it tells you how to put all the delicious meals together onto a weekly meal plan.  Now I feel like I actually have MORE time!”

Wow!  How many of us have that same excuse?  I know I do.  No time to cook/eat healthy…but that’s not true.  You just need a plan.  Eat Clean gives you that plan, along with tons of easy recipes that have been kid-approved.

I’ll share more comments from the last time Eat Clean ran, but for now, here’s a recipe to try.

Restaurant-Style Sweet Potato Fries

The key to making these Sweet Potato Fries is in the slicing & the turning.  
Use a sharp knife and take your time in slicing them evenly into ~1/2” strips.
(makes 6-8 servings)


4 large sweet potatoes
2 Tb. Extra-virgin olive oil
sea salt
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
optional: smoked paprika


1.    Preheat the oven to 425F. 2.    Prepare two baking sheets by lining them with parchment paper or spraying them with non-stick spray.

3.    Cut the sweet potatoes into ~1/2” strips, the same size as traditional fast-food fries.

4.    Grab a large bowl and combine the sliced sweet potatoes, olive oil, salt and garlic powder tossing well with your hands.
5.    Spread the prepared sweet potatoes onto the two baking sheets in an even layer so that none of them overlap.  Sprinkle with a little extra sea salt as desired.  (You could also add smoked paprika to give them a zing!)
6.    Bake for about 35 minutes, or until edges are nice and crispy.  You’ll need to turn them about half-way through to ensure even baking.  Be gentle as they can get pretty soft.
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    1. Oh no! You mean the sweet potato fries didn’t turn out? What went wrong? I’d love to help because they’re so delicous! 🙂

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