paleo carrot cake

paleo carrot cake | Journey for Jessi

Hey there!  Like carrot cake?  I hope that’s why you’re here, because I love carrot cake!  Want to know my new carrot cake secret??  Whelp, you better keep reading then.  I have to say, I am craving these now, but then again, I am craving everything and anything sweet… someone say sugar?  I just completed day four of a sugar detox.  It was much needed.  Trust me.  I may eat healthier than some people, but when it comes to dessert, seriously look out.  Continue reading

paleo coconut cacao mug cake

paleo coconut cacao mug cake | Journey for Jessi

Hi.  Hello.  Howdy.  It’s me, Emily.  Emily the author, the blogger on here.  The inconsistent blogger of Journey for Jessi.  I was doing so well guys, with the whole blogging on the regular thing.  Life happens though, the wheels fall off.  I was taking a vacation (I wish a real one with palm trees and sandy beaches and all…)  I am not going to lie and say things have been “super duper,” (see last post about honesty), but things have been getting better.  Okay, enough on that topic.  This post is meant to be a quickie recipe to get me back into the groove–I give you the paleo coconut cacao mug cake! Continue reading

pumpkin protein donuts

pumpkin protein donuts || Journey for JessiI know the “pumpkin season” has come to a close (Happy December!), but I could not not share these Pumpkin Protein Donuts.  They are healthier than normal donuts, think baked not fried and packed with protein and real pumpkin puree.  Yum!  So go ahead and indulge in another pumpkin treat before the ‘nog flavors take over (I will take eggnog over pumpkin any day to be honest…but the ‘nog can wait a bit more).   Continue reading

easter feels

easter feels || Journey for JessiEaster is beyond my favorite holiday.  The spring season, the meaning, the feeling it brings inside me–everything about it just cleanses me and gives me an ignited appreciation for life and all the little things it brings.  I love Easter with all my heart, and why wouldn’t I when this holiday reminds people of new life and rebirth and hope?  I must admit to feeling emotional on Easter.  It’s embarrassing to admit, but I usually tear up in Church.  This Easter I have even more “feels” in me.  One of my favorite Easters was a few years back to my freshman year when I was warmly invited to spend Easter with Jessi and her wonderful family. Continue reading