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Apple pie pancakes


Here’s a wonderful partner approved recipe for apple pie pancakes.

I originally found the recipe from chocolate covered Katie: thanks Katie! You make vegan healthy yummy breakfast so EASY!

Apple pie pancakes:
-1/2 cup chopped peeled apple
-teaspoon baking powder
-two tablespoons oats
-1/3 cup flour
-teaspoon cinnamon
-1 tablespoon sugar
-1/3 cup almond/rice milk

Cook as you would any pancake, and serve with agave nectar!!!

Love these on days where Brownie batter pancakes and cookie dough pancakes aren’t already in my stomach!!!

Have a wonderful day!


Hey friends!!


Here is a quick list of what I’ve been up to!! Sorry I have not blogged in so long… But since we all know I’ve been gone from gangybuffet, what have I been up to?

-Ryan and I continued the tradition and made Easter cards (see on facebook!)
-I got really sick and had to stay home a few days
-I wrote a nine page paper in record time
-had lots of walks outside in the newly nice weather
– and found a lot of fun craft ideas (see my DIY pinterest!)

See you soon! Happy easter!!

I’ve been so in love lately


With two things:

-my perfect partner
-my new juicer.

Lately we’ve been working on extra ways to give to each other, and I’ve totally enjoyed the phone calls and sweet sayings while he’s totally enjoying his increased smoothies and love sandwiches after work.

But really one thing I think we can both agree on that improve a day: fresh juice!

This machine is awesome. I trow stuff in, endure the awful loud noise, and seconds later… I’m in paradise enjoying this drink.

I really did NOT think homemade juice would be this impressive to me, but boy… I am obsessed!!

Now that I’m done ranting about juice, more about relationships.

A couple months ago I made a clear distinction in our relationship. This would be a place for me to give, and not a place to take.
This distinction has to me improved the way I feel more and more everyday, when you start looking into a relationship to give, things change. You are no longer depriving the relationship, you are expanding it.
And with both partners with the main focus on giving, you cannot even imagine the vast amount that both receive.

What about you, have you made distinctions in your relationship which have totally increases the level of energy, love and passion you feel?

Give this one a try: simply begin to approach your relationship to give. Be a giver, and do not take or expect… Simply allow the other to follow the bandwagon to years of happiness!

This can also be very beneficial in other relationships such as work, family, and friends!

Thank you for reading. Have a great day, I love you all!