Delectable You

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Welcome to Delectable You: Recipes for Life.

Here you will find the tools you need to help build your own, unique recipe for healthy living. The secret? An integrative approach to wellness. Because healthy living is all encompassing. What you eat matters just as much as how much you love your job, how happy you are in your relationships, how much you love yourself, how often you work out, how in touch you are with some greater than you, and oh, so much more!

I will help you get there by providing you with a framework that will help you:

And so much more. In the end, you will come away with your unique recipe for healthy living.

I am Lauren Lobley. 2 parts courage, 1 part passion, a touch of love.

What’s your recipe?

Let’s find out together.

Lauren
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You can also join my vegan/gluten free baking course at Curious.com.

Finally, you can find me alongside Molly Sims and many other amazing women as the newest tastemaker at BeyondYoga.com.

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Latest Recipes

I’ve been testing and creating recipes for the last 3 years, and have compiled them all here for your baking and cooking pleasure!

Go ahead and hover over the different categories until you see something you like, click on it, try it, and let me know how it turns out!

Cheers to many happy times in your kitchen!

Sincerely,

Lauren



Blog

How my 2 year old, an old wooden beam, and a neighborhood walk reminded me that the journey is the reward

How my 2 year old, an old wooden beam, and a neighborhood walk reminded me that the journey is the reward

I don’t know about you, but I’ve a very good taskmaster. I get very focused on the goal, put up my blinders, and to heck with everything else until the task is done. This can be both a blessing and a curse. Going for a walk? There must be a goal: to get to the […]

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If Your Future Self Could Send You A Message, What Would It Tell You?

If Your Future Self Could Send You A Message, What Would It Tell You?

I was reading a great book the other day called Quiet by Susan Cain, and near the end of the book, a man named David Weiss, a drummer and music journalist, told a story that really resonated with me. He was a nerdy kid who didn’t fit in, but he now lives in New York […]

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The Day I met Elizabeth Gilbert (and a story about Magic you will have to read to believe)

The Day I met Elizabeth Gilbert (and a story about Magic you will have to read to believe)

A wise yoga instructor of mine said that micro movements over time bring massive change. (I’m going to give you a minute to let that one sink in) Micro movements over time will bring massive change. That very rule of law is how someone can go from flabby to buff in seemingly no time at […]

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Catch me on Good Day LA Friday March 23rd for Foodie Friday!

Catch me on Good Day LA Friday March 23rd for Foodie Friday!

Hello, my friends! I’ve been at this food thing for a long time. Ok, maybe not that long in human years, but in dog years, it’s been like…at least forty. Ten years ago, I went from being the girl who made cakes from a box (just add water, eggs, and oil – easy, peasy) and […]

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Dear me: A love note to my imperfect self

Dear me: A love note to my imperfect self

After almost 35 years on this planet, almost 35 years of different hairstyles, questionable and not-so-questionable fashion choices, interesting friends and schools, different reasons to love myself and a heck of a lot more reasons not to, if I could write a love letter to myself, it would read: Dear self, You are perfectly imperfect. […]

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Adventures in parenting, lesson #157: Patience, Play-Doh, and Preschoolers (read this is you want to laugh today)

Adventures in parenting, lesson #157: Patience, Play-Doh, and Preschoolers (read this is you want to laugh today)

*Note: I wrote this a few months ago, but my daughter is still very much into Play-doh, and has since lost the pink one by flushing it down the toilet (my favorite color. Figures) . Yes. The whole tub. Thank goodness for my husband’s daring plumbing rescue. Read on to find out why the heck […]

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Cookbooks

 

 

 This cookbook isn’t just a book of recipes. It is a culinary journey. Written by Lauren Lobley, a former sugar addict and pastry chef turned healthy chef and health coach, The Accidental Paleo takes a carnivore’s approach to plant based eating. By being mindful of textures, layers of flavor, colors and nutrition in every concoction, the recipes in this book are designed to satisfy every palate, whether they prefer their meals with or without meat.
The desserts are refined sugar free (and in most cases, naturally sweetened, like the almond butter banana cheesecake), the appetizers trick the palate with their clever use of cashews and coconut milk to feign a creamy texture (like the warm spinach and artichoke dip – to die for), and the main meals carefully build upon an array of vegetables and sauces to leave everyone full and satiated (like the butternut squash lasagna).

The Accidental Paleo is culinary fun for the whole family. A feast for the eyes and the taste buds, get ready to fall in love with plant-based eating like you never imagined you would.

 

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E BookAre you looking to lose weight in a sustainable way? One that doesn’t involve dieting, deprivation, foods you don’t like, and unrealistic expectations that don’t suit
your life, desires, and needs? Or maybe you’re just looking to get healthy and fit, to thwart the development of preventable diseases like some cancers and diabetes, or to delay the onset of age related diseases so you can live like you’re 30 or 40 well into your 70’s, 80’s, and even 90’s!

Introducing A 14 Day Nutrition Reset: Nutrition that fits your life. With forewords by P90X creator, Tony Horton, and functional medicine MD, Dr. Dawn DeSylvia, A 14 Day Nutrition Reset gives you over 25 plant based recipes along with a 14 day meal plan and corresponding shopping lists. Additionally, the book also focuses on the importance of not only food, but also on mindfulness and goal setting.

Because above all else, nutrition starts in your mind. And happily, in many cases, you can delay the onset of preventable diseases through lifestyle changes involving nutrition and mindfulness.

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My new book, The Accidental Paleo is out now. Order here!