By: PaleoBOSS Lady®
"Believe that you can and you will." Buddha Teas
A few weeks ago I started a feature called Friday Friends and it has been so well received I am going to extend it to a blog post each week! Each week I will try and offer a new recipe or food idea while highlighting a few of my favorite Friday Friends.
Friday Friends are picked randomly by PBL and will be across all conscious living idea's. Anything that will help us along our journey is free game as a Friday Friend. The end.
This company and their website have taken tea to a whole new level. Literally you can spend so much time getting lost in the wonderful land of tea devouring every written word on their site imagining how magnificent each tea must taste. I am glad my 1st choice I allowed the folks at Buddha Tea to decide for me. They asked me what my preferences were regarding tea and delivered a delicious tea that blew me away: Papaya Leaf Tea!
The Papaya Leaf is full of antioxidants and a great source of Vitamin C which is a huge bonus and it tastes delicious!
Beyond taste Buddha Tea hits the ball out of the park informing us of all the benefits of each tea. In addition they use only organic tea's, bleach free bags and each bag comes with a wonderful inspirational quote. They offer so many teas there is no doubt one has your name on it. I highly recommend you give Buddha Tea's a try and check them out. I am pretty sure you will never look back at tea's commonly sold at most grocery stores. My story. The End.
Pumpkin BBQ Sauce
I literally have had this at least with one meal a day since last Sunday! I was having dinner with my friend Hima, owner of TinStar Foods, and dry rubbed my ribs, but wanted a little kick so I whipped this recipe up and feel in love.
Enjoy and share your uses for this delicious sugar and gluten free BBQ sauce! Happy BBQ'ing!
- 1 can of tomato paste (6 ounce)
- 1 tsp of Organic Pumpkin Pie Spice
- 1/3 cup of water
- pinch of Pink Himalayan Sea Salt
- 2 tbsp of Honey
- 2 tbsp of lemon juice
Throw all the ingredients in a saucepan and heat until blended. Adding water to desired consistency. I prefer my BBQ sauce thick and 1/3 cup of water seemed to work perfectly for this smiling fool. Experiment with what suites your palate and enjoy!
So you do not get your panties in a bunch this blog may contain affiliate links, which means that if you buy the products featured, I receive a small percentage of the sale price. This helps keep the lights on and supports my efforts as PBL. Thanks so much for your support always. Namaste friends.