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Paleo Ranch Ground Beef

It feels good to be back on my little life journal here! I had gotten so frustrated with dealing with silly issues on my blog (hackers). It really had me just disappointed in general. But, as time has passed I have been thinking more and more about my little baby here. And I miss it!

Here is what I have to share with you today. In true Jenn style, I have another accidental recipe that I ended up loving! We had gotten home late from soccer and I was desperately trying not tin stuff my face with chips and makes some GOOD and healthy decisions. I also had no clue what I was going to make because I was really hungry (you know, right then) and also low on food options at the house. Enter ground beef, romaine lettuce and my new favorite ranch seasoning! And honestly my husband came home and he loved the ranch ground beef (darn it…that meant he was going to eat it too. I should have made more but I didn’t have any more meat). Give this a try and see how versatile this beef is!

Paleo Ranch Ground Beef

Paleo Ranch Ground Beef


1.) 1 lb Lean Groun Beef

2.) 1 yellow onion, diced

3.) 2 Tbsp ranch seasoning


Add ground beef and diced onion to a pan or wok on stovetop with 2 Tbsp of ranch seasoning.  Cook meat until it is cooked through


Wraps: place on romaine lettuce leaves with avocado and mustard

Salad: place on salad greens and veggies to make a burger salad

Tortilla: my non Paleo husband wrapped his in a tortilla, added cheese and cooked it in our quesadilla maker

21 Day Fix: Red, Green (Avocado or cheese would add a blue and any tortillas would be yellow)

Paleo Ranch Ground Beef

Paleo Ranch Ground Beef

Paleo Ranch Ground Beef

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Jenn Fehrenbacher

Eat Clean Meal Plan 5

My personal meal plans are in the process of evolving along with me. So, you may see tweaks and changes each week as I continue to experiment.

But as always I will be following my usual guidelines for meal planning.

Must be easy.

Must not use a bunch of crazy ingredients.

Must not make me want to throw all of my pots and pans through the window when meal prep is over.

You know, those things that keep me from absolutely loosing it.

I have gotten in over my head with some meal plans where I absolutely feel the need to break something after. It’s really not pretty. So, knowing what I know…I generally keep my own meal plans in check. I have a few MAIN recipes and the rest I sort of keep the same.

Less work in the kitchen equals a happier Jenn. I am already in there way too much as is.

Eat clean meal plan 5

Eat Clean Meal Plan 5

Eat clean meal plan 5


Fiesta Lime Chicken


Zuppa Toscana Soup


Chicken Enchilada Chili

Honey Mustard Chicken Salad

Enjoy! I know I did. A few things were changed along the way, but overall it was a good week!


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Jenn Fehrenbacher

Clean Eating Meal Plan 4

Why do I stray from the plan?? I have no idea.  But I can tell you this: the weeks that I go into with know clue what we are going to eat do not end well for any of us.  I spend more at the grocery, we eat random things, we snack too much and at the end of the week I’m never quite sure what the heck we just did.  It’s ugly.

On the flip side, when I start the week with a plan it is completely different.  I am not wondering what the heck I am going to cook.  I am not snacking while trying to figure out what to eat (because I am so hungry).  And here is the big one, I spend less at the grocery because I only purchased what I know we need rather than purchase several items that I MIGHT need to use.  It’s a big difference.

So, here we go.  Another week of planning ahead and trying to keep this crazy family on track with clean eating.  I of course felt like it was time to bring back the chili lime chicken fajita salad lol.  One of my favorites!

Clean Eating Meal Plan 4

Clean Eating Meal Plan 4

Recipe Sources

Lunch: Grilled Chili Lime Chicken Fajita Salad (I use honey instead of brown sugar in the marinade)


Chicken Zucchini Poppers

Chicken Enchialda Soup

Shrimp Sausage Skillet

Sweet Potato Chipotle Chili

I hope you enjoy these as much as I did!

Clean eating meal plan #1

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21 Day Fix Plan

Today marks the beginning of my final week for this round of the 21 Day Fix. I am getting very excited because I’m sticking with it and it’s WORKING (I lost 5 lbs last week!). Those are both two very major things!

I made the decision a few weeks ago to stop making excuses. I have final weight that I need to lose and had been letting life get in the way basically. I finally decided that one way or the other, whether I felt great or not that it was time for this weight to come off.

21 Day Fix plan

Afternoon Snack

I’m ready for my clothes to fit. I’m ready to drop everything and go swimming with my kids without freaking out about a swimsuit. It  is time. So now that I finally have the right mental attitude to just do this, there are some things that have remained consistent through these few weeks that have kept me on track. I am going to share my food schedule and why I have it planned the way I do. There are specific reasons I eat what I do and when I do.

21 day fix plan

21 Day Fix Plan

1.) Breakfast: Shakeology, water, ice, Unsweet coconut milk

-I like starting my day this way because it is fast, easy and only uses one container.  It’s a nice boost of nutrients that I usually drink on the go.  I am specifically keeping my fruit separate from my shakes and eating  it  as snacks.

2.) Lunch: I’m filling in the containers I have allotted for lunch usually with  leftovers or a quick lunch

3.) Snack 1: I’m specifically saving a Greek yogurt and full portion of berries snack for the afternoon. This is when I start to fall apart mentally and think I “need” more food.  So, I specifically have food allotted for this time. (I do add a little honey)

4.) Dinner: I just fill the containers with a nice size meal

5.) Snack 2: Apple slices and sunbutter, this is here for a reason too.  It’s that little something sweet or little something extra that I save for afternoon dinner when I feel like I want dessert.

*I’m adding in the orange container as needed as salad dressing or sunflower seeds

21 Day Fix plan

Guys, I have not been hungry.  The first week I had to work very hard to stop eating because of mentally what I felt like was enough food. I had gotten so used to over eating, because that was what I WANTED to do.  It was not necessarily what I needed to do.  I have specific snacks and foods in place for moments of weakness.  But, othere than that, my body has adjusted.  I’m not hungry or unhappy.  Actually, the opposite.  I finally have things under control and it feels good! I zipped a pair of capris last Friday that I couldn’t barely squeeze into last summer.  That’s a win in my book!

Are you ready to start your 21 Day Fix journey too? Contact me for more information and let’s do this together!  Let some start reaching our goals together.

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Clean Eating Meal Plan #1

Our upcoming 5 day clean eating jump start is fast approaching. It really made me start thinking. If I look forward to this 5 days so much, why in the world am I not creating some meal plans for the rest of the month?  For one week, I have new recipes and meals already laid out for me. It’s really nice!  And then the rest of the weeks, I’m not sure what happens. I just lose it! I end up eating plain chicken and vegetables that get very boring or there are days where I am not even sure what the heck we ate.

Why don’t I have a plan more often?  I created a simple plan for last week and I have to say it was really nice! No trying to figure out what to cook or eat. And, I had a SPECIFIC list for the grocery store. That was also nice as I spent less for once. I’m going to share it with you all! It was simple and easy and there were repeat meals ON PURPOSE. I was really trying to keep things as easy as possible. The goal is to balance trying new foods but also spending less time in my kitchen if possible.

Clean eating meal plan #1

I do have some specific criteria for my meal plans. I am going for simple, some new recipes, clean foods, as well as mostly Paleo and 21 Day Fix friendly. This means if I am not on strict 21 Day Fix, it may not be exact but it can be modified! Here you go and check out these recipes. I had very luck with these.  They are definitely keepers!

Clean Eating Meal Plan #1

Clean Eating Meal Plan #1

Recipe Links

Chili Lime Salmon

Balsamic Beef 

Grilled Chili Lime Chicken Fajita Salad

Chicken Torilla-less Soup

Chicken Salad I used the base of this idea, but used Greek yogurt instead of mayo due to our food allergies.  I also added some Klaussen pickle juice and chopped pickles to the mix.

Meal Prep Ideas

Meal Prep Session:

-Cook Monday night meal (chili lime salmon)

-start to marinate chicken for the fajita salad, if there is time cook chicken and vegetables for this. I let my marinate until the day I cooked it and ate it

-cook chicken for chicken salad, prepare rest of mix, refrigerate chicken until cook and then mix together

-Make sauce for balsamic beef and store, you could trim beef and store in a container in fridge until placing in the crockpot with sauce that morning

Clean eáting meal plan

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The Easiest Meal Prep

This has got to be the easiest meal prep I have ever attempted. It all sort of happened without a plan and sort of by accident but I am already realizing the possibilities. And besides being so easy, I didn’t have even close to the cleanup that I usually have!! If you ask me, that alone makes it completely worth it.

Have you been eating clean and meal prepping and realizing how time consuming it can be? It’s worth it, but it can really take some work! Meal prepping definitely helps but what if we could make it even easier? I’m going to share exactly what I cooked and then I’m going to share ideas of what to do with it! I am trying to cook family friendly, so feel free to prepare less.  That’s the beauty of this one…just do what works for your family and make recipes YOU want to make.

The Easiest Meal prep

The Easiest Meal Prep

1.) Chicken: Place 8 chicken breasts (or less) in crockpot with a generous coating of adobo seasoning and about 1 tbsp of coconut oil. Cook on high for about 5 hours (until cooked through and can be shredded)

Once chicken is started in the crockpot, Start to boil water in a medium pot on stovetop

2.) Potatoes: when water is boiling add potatoes and cover with a lid.  Cook until easily pierced with a fork.

Now that the chicken and potatoes are cooking, start the ground beef.

3.) Ground Beef: Place 2 lbs (or less) in a wok or pan of choice on stovetop with a little water. Cover and cook through on medium heat.

-I specifically left this in bigger pieces instead of finely ground because I plan to make a burger one pan meal with it.

4.) Sausage: cook 2lbs of sausage (made into patties) using method of choice. I used a griddle, but a grill or stovetop would work as well. I made this in advance especially for my kids and their breakfasts.

– If I am not cooking sausage, I will bake a large amount of turkey bacon in the oven to use during the week

– also another great meal prep idea could be to make an oatmeal bake (there are several on Pinterest!)

While the meat is cooking, start preparing any vegetables or fruit so that you have some READY when needed.

5.) Fruit: just choose fruit in season or fruit that is easily accessible and pre slice what you can.

6.) Vegetables: carrots and cucumbers are staples in our house, pick veggies that you like to have around as snacks.  Sometimes I even go ahead and chop veggies like carrots, cucumbers and bell peppers to be ready for salads throughout the week.

7.) Other: keep a lettuce of choice on hand for any salads and make a salad dressing if desired, nitrate free Canadian bacon for snacks, wholly guacamole

Now we have a lot of food to work with! I am liking this because it is meal prepping but decreasing the amount of microwave use. The goal is to be able to get a meal together quickly by reheating the meat and adding some other ingredients in the stove or in the oven.

21 Day Fixers and Paleo people out there…this is perfect for you! Easy to portion out in your containers 😊

Chicken Ideas

Chicken Salads, chicken tortilla soup, fiesta lime chicken, chicken taco mix, chicken salad, fajitas

Fiesta lime chicken mix

Ground Beef

Salsa Unstuffed Cabbage, Hamburger Skillet, Unstuffed Pepper Soup. (Paleo …make cauliflower rice to add to the soup), Chili, Tacos, Spaghetti (with spaghetti squash if you choose), taco soup

Salsa unstuffed pepper soup


Use as is, cut into fries and reheat in oven (with drizzle of oil and sea salt), slice and reheat on stovetop (think German fries…drizzle oil, sea salt, black pepper),  mashed potatoes, cut and add to vegetable soup

Breakfast/Sausage/Turkey Bacon

Typically I drink a shake, but my kids eat some type of meat and fruit or applesauce


For snacks or breakfast. Toward the end of the week I may peel and freeze the bananas. Also, before the apples go bad…think about peeling, chopping and baking them with cinnamon


Snacks, bake carrots in the oven near the end of the week


Canadian bacon Rollups, guacamole as a dip for veggies

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Jenn Fehrenbacher

One Pan Sausage and Veggies

I stumbled across this recipe idea while doing some research online about the Whole30 way of eating.  For those who have never heard of it, it is strict 30 days of eating real food. Nothing processed, no sugar, no honey etc. The main focus is to fix issues with food whether they are physical or mental and see how you feel at the end of 30 days.  You eat real and satisfying food while taking the focus AWAY from the scale and foods that may originally seems like treats.

It’s almost like giving your body and mind a reset on how food affects both. Several claim weight loss as a by product but countless people speak highly of all of the OTHER benefits. Those ranging from better sleep, less ailments, more energy, quitting sugar etc. Give you body what it actually needs and then hopefully it starts “running” properly! It sounds pretty good, doesn’t it?

one pan sausage and veggies

While I am not quite ready to make the commitment (I’m close), I love trying new recipes and have been using several Whole30 style recipes and ideas. Because at the end of the day, the Whole30 is clean eating and that’s wha we are going for! I got the inspiration for the recipe I’m going to share from this post. I saw it and knew I could work with it!

one pan sausage and veggies

One Pan Sausage and Veggies


1.) 1 package Aidells Turkey and Apple Sausage (4 links, sliced)

2.) 2 sweet potatoes (peel and cut in large cubes)

3.) 2 small Yukon potatoes (peel and cut in large cubes)

4.) Approx. 2 lbs Brussels Sprouts (wash, cut off stem and cut in half)

5.) Light Olive Oil (to drizzle on mix)

6.) Adobo seasoning blend or sea salt to taste


Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Place all items on parchment lined baking sheet and toss in olive oil. Sprinkle with seasoning. Bake for 25-30 minutes.

Hey 21 Day Fixers, this would work for you too! It would be red, green, yellow and tsp allotments…just measure it out when you eat it!

one pan sausage and veggies

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Homemade Snack Bar Recipe

We had our most recent meeting with my daughter’s nutritionist a few days before Chirstmas. And I have to be honest, I just finally got around to processing all of the information. We have been working since May to HEAL her little body. A little background is that we have been battling severe eczema and food allergies since she was 2 months old. And while food allergies stink, that darn eczema is more of a daily misery for her.

On the suggestion from some friends, we got her on a waitlist for a functional medicine team. They have been working with us in an attempt to heal her body from the inside out basically. What this means for her as far as eating is a super clean diet. Basically unprocessed or minimally processed, clean foods. Think meats, vegetables, fruits, fats and some grains. So…no dyes, additives, refined sugar, gluten etc. I will be honest, at times it has been tough for all of us (for so many reasons, a lot of them emotional). I can truly sympathize with those who have to basically change their lifestyle over for one reason or another. It’s hard.

But, finally this fall we turned a corner. She is getting better.  The before and after pictures are pretty amazing actually. I can see her sweet little face without red sores and wounds covering it. She hasn’t had an infection since this summer. And she feels better. The proof that there just might be something to healthy living and unprocessed diets is written all over her face (literally).

This most recent appointment brought some new information to us. We have some items to change and start including, but also some to exclude. It looks like she is going to have to give up all grains for awhile which means the loss of one of her few treats (Enjoy Life snack bars). This was definitely a mental setback for us. Not that she has to have them, it’s just nice to have one thing that is easy that she thinks is a treat. Oh well, time to move on and work around it.

Homemade snack bar recipe

The nutritionist and I decided to start researching home made nut free Larabar style snacks.  A Larabar is an awesome product that is made of natural ingredients and sweetened with items such as dates and fruit. We unfortunately can not purchase them due to food allergies.  I found two recipes that included items that I wanted to use as a starting place. What I found is that these bars are easy to make! Several of the ingredients seem like they can be changed or modified to make it work for you needs. For example, in my daughter’s case we needed to add some very specific items (like fats). We are really trying to pack a punch into these little treats. So, if you want less of a caloric load…feel free to omit items or lesson them.

Homemade snack bar recipe

Homemade Snack Bar Recipe


1.) 1.5 cups dates

-it helps to soak dates in water first for 10-15 minutes

2.) 1 cup sunbutter (or nut butter of choice)

3.) 1/4 c pumpkin seeds

4.) 1/4 c sunflower seeds

5.) 2 tbsp chia seeds

6.) 1 tbsp ground flax

7.) 1 cup shredded coconut

8.) 1 tsp cinnamon

9.) 2 tbsp coconut oil

10.) 1/8 – 1/4 cup coconut flour

11.) chocolate chips (optional, we buy these)

**we are trying to add healthy fats into her diet which is the reason for the coconut oil.  I added a bit of coconut flour to thicken the bars.  Always start with less coconut flour and add it a little at a time.  It takes the moisture out of things quickly…you could omit both of these items and be fine!


Using a food processor or immersion blender, process the dates until smooth.  I leave a little water with them from soaking (it seems like it helps while processing them).  Next add items 2-9 and process until smooth.  Add the coconut flour as directed above a little at a time and process.  Remove mix from food processor and stir in any chocolate chips.

Line a bread loaf pan with parchment paper or press n seal and flatten the mix into the bottom of the pan.  This was enough for more than one layer, so add more lining right on top and press the remaining in. Freeze for 2 hours and then cut into bars. I cut those in half and wrapped them separately and put in a freezer bag.  Store in freezer.

Homemade snack bar recipe

Homemade snack bar recipe

These are so versatile, so experiment! I want to make some with fruit next. These bars are based in the original recipe from www.nutfreepaleo.com

Homemade snack bar recipe



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How to Prepare for 21 Day Fix

I have big plans this holiday season and they specifically include NOT going overboard on food. Sometimes I just need to learn my lesson (again) and I really did last year. One bite of cookie dough turned into licking the icing, eating one cookie and then it spiraled out of control after that. I couldn’t stop!  Once I let myself think it was ok to eat some of those treats all heck broke loose.

I paid for it dearly. Mentally as well as physically. I felt like junk, my clothes didn’t fit and I was mad at myself. I gained weight that I have been working for a year to remove again. What the heck?! After those major mistakes from last year, I am going into this holiday season with new plans. I plan to be “good” most of the time.  However I do plan to indulge with some specific limitations.  I plan to eat and enjoy treats within reason on the specific holiday dates.

Prepare for 21 day fix

But what about those times where we do choose to indulge? How do we come back from that and how do we get back on the straight and narrow?  Well, it’s possible and at this point I make sure I do it quickly. I spend about one week taking steps to get myself back in order and this is exactly how I do it. And as a side note, I am making sure to exercise each of these days.  I don’t necessarily have a plan, I just make sure that I am getting at least some form of exercise in daily during this week.  Sometimes I feel like I am setting myself up for failure to jump straight into the 21 Day Fix without giving myself at least a little time to adjust.  I am going to lay out exactly what I do to get my thinking and my body back on track the week BEFORE starting the fix.

Holiday eating recovery

How to Prepare for 21 Day Fix: The Week Prior

DAY 1: I give up sugar and I make sure to drink half my weight in ounces of water (i.e. If you weigh 160 lbs, drink 80 oz water)

I pick one thing to give up, no questions asked. It is usually the something that is giving my cravings the most trouble. I do not restrict calories this day, my only goal is to cut that food item. I specifically drink a lot of water to help start flushing those toxins out

DAY 2: No sugar, lots of water, lots of healthy fats

I continue restricting sugar and drinking a lot of water. This day is basically like day 1. I eat as much as I want and I specifically make sure to add healthy fats like avocado and grass fed butter. I am lenient today still because this seems to be when my detox headaches show up and I’m just trying to survive!

DAY 3: No sugar, lots of water, lots of healthy fats, no wheat

I continue with my goals from before and then I pick another food that is causing me issues. I usually feel better by day 3, so it is time to reign things in just a little more! I still don’t restrict calories

DAY 4: no sugar, lots of water, lots of healthy fats, no wheat, no cheese

I am usually feeling pretty good here. I will decide to restrict another food that I have let get out of control. Keep in mind, I’m still eating lots of food here and staying happy. For me, I’m still enjoying my favorite treat popcorn!

DAY 5-7: no sugar, lots of water, lots of healthy fats, no wheat, no cheese, transition to a fully clean diet

Now that my problem foods are gone, I use these three days to work on getting my diet to the point where it is back to being clean and as free of processed foods as possible.

DAY 8: 21 Day Fix Portion Control

And this is when things get real lol. But, at this point I’m ready. After tackling one week of getting myself prepared mentally and physically, I am ready to tackle the big one that I know I NEED (portion control). I am generally feeling really good at this point, I have lost some bloat and maybe even some pounds, the headaches are gone and I am ready to tackle the root cause of my eating issues. It always comes down to portion control with me (yes, even with healthy food).

I love the 21 Day Fix because it is exactly that. It is clean eating and portion control with some allowed treats. I am so much more successful with this plan when I spend a week getting myself prepared. I have my treat yellow containers all planned out for this holiday season and I’m ready to go!! I officially start again on Monday and I’m READY. I am also looking forward to getting back to the workouts because I may not enjoy them during the workout 😂😂 but I love the results I get from all of the different types of workouts included. It’s a nice mix of cardio, weights, and strength.

Holiday eating recovery

My yellow container treat plans 😊

Feel free to use my tips to help you get back on track!  Here’s to a great holiday season with lots of love, family, some treats and health!

If you are not currently working with a coach, come join me and my friends for support and motivation on your 21 Day Fix journey.  You are welcome to contact me here.

**also, you pick the foods that are causing YOU problems.  Foods that you can stay out of, that you may obsess over, foods that are causing you problems (I shared the foods that cause me issues, yours don’t have to be the same!)

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Jenn Fehrenbacher

Before the Ultimate Reset

I first heard about the Ultimate Reset program at least a year ago. I looked into it a bit and thought “no way.”  It was a major diet overhaul. Quite honestly I just didn’t think I had it in me to stick with it and not quit. It was also more than I wanted to spend and then fail. See…we all have those feelings of self doubt. It’s human 😊

Ultimate reset

Now let’s fast forward to this year. I don’t know what I had done to myself. But I had spent too much time eating clean and then giving in on the weekends. I went crazy last December with the treats. Then I started thinking I couldn’t eat hardly any carbs. I was ALL OVER the place. Eating healthy, eating junk, overeating. I can only guess that all of this back and forth with my food choices had a profound effect on my body. It finally caught up with me I guess. What is scary is I thought I was being mostly healthy.  I guess it’s proof being a yo-yo with food really isn’t good for you.  I don’t think my body could keep up.

Before The Ultimate Reset

I ended up having some major trouble with my throat that was even radiating into my chest. My stomach was super bloated most of the time (like I looked pregnant quite often) and I was not losing any weight for anything. (And I know for a fact that I could lose 15-20 lbs from the point I was at). My body was just completely out of whack.  I ended up being diagnosed with gastritis, heartburn/reflux, and a candida overgrowth in my throat. What the heck!? I have been miserable for almost 9 months with this diagnosis. And I also can’t get any help with it. I’ve never been so frustrated. I just keep getting one prescription after another that is not helping. (And I would say they actually make me feel worse 😡). I don’t want to take these medications anyway. So, I feel like I am STILL bouncing from one thing to the next when I really just want sone help!

Anyway, that’s where I was at when I decided to rethink the Ultimate Reset. I read about people that were having amazing results with how they were FEELING. Things had finally gone so far and I was so frustrated that I knew I needed a major change. And THAT was what put me in the right state of mind to DECIDE that I was going to do this one way or the other. That was the frame of mind I needed to succeed.

I needed something to push me so far that I had no other choice but to do this right.  We all know I’m a delinquent at heart!  It was time that I stopped this terrible relationship that I have with food!  I needed a redo or a reset where I just started over.  Pounds and weight aside, I needed to feel better!  I was sick and tired of being sick and tired.  I was sick of barely making it through the day.  I was sick of being in a fog and telling my kids “mommy doesn’t feel good.”  How did I get myself to this point?

I made the investment in ME for once and decided I was going to take 21 days of serious meal prepping and grocery shopping and saying “no” to fix what I had done.  Have you ever felt like this? Are you ready to make major changes too?

Stay tuned….I am going to continue sharing my journey as it happens with you all. The good, the bad, and the ugly.

Ultimate reset



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