Our Newest Gluten-Free Cinnamon Bun

by Maggie on December 12, 2014

Eva

It’s been pretty quiet around here since late October.  It’s all down to the newest member of our gluten-free family! We’ve been enjoying some downtime with our new little girl.  And getting used to life with three kidlets!

She’s already changed a lot since this photo was taken!

I’m still posting on Facebook and Instagram (lots of cute baby pictures) so catch me there and we can keep in touch.

Thanks so much for continuing to support She Let Them Eat Cake.  I’m hoping to get one more recipe up before Christmas – it involves chocolate and I know you’ll love it!

Happy Holidays to all of you!  xo

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Gift Ideas For The Health Nut from RBC Rewards

by Maggie on December 8, 2014

Have you started your holiday preparations yet? Menu planning? Seasonal parties galore? Baking gluten-free sugar cookies? Christmas shopping among the masses?

With a new babe in our house, time is at a premium so I’m trying to stay on top of all the holiday craziness. Plus, I’m super excited to celebrate Christmas with Callum, Liv and our new baby Eva.

Gift Ideas for the Whole Foods Family

Over the years, friends and workshop attendees often comment to me that one of the biggest barriers to adopting a whole foods, gluten-free lifestyle like ours is the cost. I completely understand this argument. But this year I’ve found a way around that, a loophole in the argument let’s say!

This year I’m using my RBC Rewards to tackle some of my shopping list. As an RBC Rewards member, I can redeem points for gift cards from over 40 top retailers, as well as merchandise (kids products including American Girl and Melissa and Doug, fashion including designer brands like Kate Spade and Michael Kors, and the latest tech
gadgets from Apple).

Although RBC has a wide range of products that I’m sure my family would love, what I like about their rewards is they support my goal to live a healthy life.

If making the shift to healthier lifestyle is a priority for you too, then one way to help offset the cost of it would be to take the points you’ve earned through any of the rewards programs you might be a part of, and decide to use those points to help supplement your kitchen purchases and at this time of year, your Christmas shopping list.

RBC rewards also include things like Vitamix High Speed Blenders, Cuisinart Food Processors, and even a great selection of juicers (basic ones and high-end ones). Here’s the juicer that’s on my Christmas list.

juicer and blender RBC Rewards Gift Ideas for the Health Nut

I also love their selection of baking ware – who doesn’t want to add a Le Creuset or Emile Henri baking dish to their cupboards? We like to roast a lot of veggies during the Winter months. I’d love to do it in a lidded Le Creuset casserole dish!

MORE RBC REWARDS GIFT IDEAS

Check out my gift ideas for the health nut in your life:

Gift Ideas for the Health Nut from She Let Them Eat Cake

RBC Rewards Members can earn points the following ways:

1. Earn RBC Rewards points every time you use your RBC Rewards card.
2. Shop online through the eMall at over 250 popular retailers (including The Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Sephora, Indigo and more) to earn bonus RBC Rewards points.

And then you can use your rewards to save money and time! RBC Rewards is your holiday shopping destination !

This post was brought to you by RBC Rewards, but the images and opinions are my own. For more information, please visit www.RBCRewards.com .

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