Tell ’em Tuesday [19]

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This week’s featured post comes from Justin and Erica of ‘Real Simple Good.’ While I’m typically not a breakfast lover, my one weakness is hashbrowns. The use of plantains in this recipe has me intrigued and excited to explore uncharted foodie territory.

A healthy redo of a breakfast classic

A healthy paleo redo of a breakfast classic- HASHBROWNS!

The top clicked post last week came from Sarah of ‘The Hartin Kitchen.’ Her homemade take on peanut butter cups satisfies your sweet tooth with real food ingredients!

Peanut butter goes better with chocolate than jelly any day, if you ask me.

Peanut butter goes better with chocolate than jelly any day, if you ask me.

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Time for this week’s link up! Simply click the blue button at the bottom of this post and tell everyone about one of your favorite posts this week. Feel free to share your post from any genre of topics.

tell 'em tuesday

Being a teacher, I can’t function without rules:

-link directly to the post you’d like to share, not simply your blog homepage

-visit and comment on at least 1 other blog from this link party; sharing is caring

-I’d love for you to follow ‘Peeled Wellness’ on your favorite social media platform so you never miss a post! Linking back to this blog or grabbing my link up button is encouraged and appreciated

-Each week, I will feature a post shared in the previous week’s link up. [By participating, you are giving me permission to share images from your linked post in next week’s features.]

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3 thoughts on “Tell ’em Tuesday [19]

  1. Pingback: 3-Ingredient No Bake PB Oat Bars | Living Intentionally Simple

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