In the next couple of weeks, I will be facilitating a luncheon for a group of Jewish Women. The focus will be on coming together to share recipes for the upcoming Passover holiday. My role at this event is to share healthier alternatives for holiday meals as well as share stories from my life relating to the dishes that I highlight.
There is something very special about coming together with like-minded women. The commonality could be similar taste in food or books or similar lifestyle. Or it could simply be because we are all strong Jewish women. Regardless of the topic, the culture of coming together as a group makes us stronger.
With the Passover and Easter holidays around the corner, there are many wonderfully simple steps we can take to make the meals healthy and still delicious!
The next episode of Simply Paleo on Facebook-Live video this Friday will showcase my maple-glazed carrot cake recipe. It is a Passover-friendly recipe and perfect for an Easter holiday dessert as well. I used my Simply Paleo Muffin & Cupcake Baking Mix to make each layer of the cake. For those of you that are kosher (unfortunately, the mix is not YET kosher certified), you can use the recipe instead.
Whether you spend these holidays with your family or friends, I hope your time is filled with warmth and love and ‘coming together’!