Morselicious Monday & a Meatless Recipe

Happy Morselicious Meatless Monday!

What did you do over the weekend?
Please share!!!

My friend, Reece came over to take some

incredible photos for my Holiday e-cookbook!

I’m sooo excited!

AND Celebrity Chef, Susan Irby, aka “The Bikini Chef,”

gave a GREAT review for Mac-n-Mo’s MORSELICIOUS TREATS & MIX

on her show Saturday KABC-790! Β 
Thank YOU, Susan!

Lots o’ morselin’…the holiday orders have begun!!

We’re getting ready for a



I visited a local Pumpkin Patch & took some incredible photos!
SOOOO much fun!
Have you visited your local Pumpkin Patch?
Please share pix!!!
LOVE these “Turban” Pumpkins! Β 


For din din, I discovered & created Β Raw Sea Kelp Noodles and made a Fettucini with Cilantro & Kale!

First, the Sea Kelp Noodles:
I found them at a number of Natural Foods Stores…

approximately $3/bag and each bag

serves 3, but I eat half the bag…

A great alternative to pasta:

only 6 carbs per serving,

18 carbs per bag!

It has a neutral flavor, so whatever you add to it, will create your dish.


I made a Cashew Cream Fettucini with:
Lightly steamed kale

Cilantro & Basil

Cherry Tomatoes

Hemp SeedsΒ 

Mixed into my cashew cream:
1/2 – 1 clove diced garlic or garlic powder

Black Pepper

Lemon Juice (of one whole lemon)

Cayenne Pepper

Balsamic Vinegar OR Apple Cider Vingerar (I used both)


Rinse Sea Kelp Noodles and place into large bowl.

Add Cashew Cream Sauce & mix well.

Add Veggies.

If I had broccoli or peas, I would have added to this.

Let me know if you try!


Happy Happy! πŸ™‚

6 thoughts on “Morselicious Monday & a Meatless Recipe”

  1. Congrats on the e-cookbook and radio show! Saturday afternoon I volunteered for NW Hope & Healing, a local breast cancer charity, at Brighton’s Collectibles to talk about the health benefits of yoga. Saturday night I helped cheer on the Seattle Sounders soccer team..YEH!!!

  2. Last weekend, saw I Love Lucy Live – highly recommend it. This past weekend, had an informational meeting on taking a trip to Kenya to visit with the orphaned children of Machao and help them become sustainable. I call it my Make a Wish Foundation weekend. Both times it was most perfect.

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