Weekend Cooking

Hello and welcome to Saturday, I hope you are enjoying your day.  I usually do not cook through the week, I do a meal prep on the weekends where I prepare two to three meals, and when Monday comes all, I need to do is heat what I want to eat.  With working now this is much easier for my household.  Do you meal prep?  Do you have any favorite meals that you prepare?  I have started doing the Keto diet as my doctor wants me to limit some carbs.  I found this great book and I am enjoying it and learning more about the Keto diet.  I have not tried a lot of the recipes yet, but I plan on doing some this weekend.

Weekend Cooking was started at Beth Fish Reads back in October 2009. For more than 10 years like-minded bloggers shared their posts each week. I began contributing in May 2010.

Now, I have taken over the reins and I am excited to invite you to share your reviews of cookbooks, food writing, foodie novels, and movies that make you hungry.

Weekend Cooking is a chance to share the food love. On Saturday mornings, I’ll publish my post — perhaps a cookbook review or maybe just some favorite food-related quotes.

At any time during the weekend, if you care to share a similar post, please come on back and hook up with Mr. Linky, so we can read what you have to say. I hope you’ll join in when your weekend (or recent) reading or movie watching fits in with the theme. Remember, the definition of Weekend Cooking is free and easy, if you think your post even remotely fits the theme, grab the button and sign into Mr. Linky.

Here is what I am reading

I am not much of a breakfast person, but I found that I like a smoothies for breakfast.  I have included on of the smoothie recipe that is my go to for breakfast

“Avocado and Blueberry Smoothie

How about a smoothie to start your day? Taste the delight of goodness and healthy nutrients with this avocado and blueberry smoothie. It’s one way of proving that getting into a ketogenic diet can be fun, exciting, and inspiring with cool recipes on the list.


3/4 cup frozen blueberries (I have used fresh blueberries)

1 medium avocados

1 1/2 cup coconut milk

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1/4 teaspoon Lakanto drops, vanilla

1/2 cup ice cubes”

“Optional add-ins

2 tablespoons almond butter  

1 tablespoon cacao nibs (I used cacao poweder)

1/2 teaspoon cayenne powder 

1/2 teaspoon spirulina


1. Add all ingredients to a blender and combine until smooth.

2. Divide into two glasses and serve immediately.

You can purchase it HERE

Note: Recipe and scans shared in the context of review; all rights remain with the original copyright holder.

Have a great weekend!

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