Come Join the Family!

Welcome to the Foodie Fiasco family! This is a collection of some of the amazingly phenomenal people who bother to read what I write. How I love them so.

Would you like to become part of the family? I would love it if you did! I explain a little more about how it works in this post, but basically this is a list of some of the incredibly talented blogggers and non-bloggers who read Foodie Fiasco. This food blogging world is filled with some of the kindest and smartest people out there, and it is my goal to get some of these marvelous people to meet each other. I know how difficult it is to get your blog out there, and if you take the time out of your busy schedule to read my blog, the least I can do is promote yours  You only deserve it!

If you would like to join the family, please leave a comment on bottom of this page, this post, or email me at kelly [AT] foodiefiasco.com with your name, the name and url of your blog (if you have one), and a short description about you and your blog, but that last one is optional. 

So without further ado, I am honored to introduce you our family!

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Hi! I’m Kaylia and I blog at http://saffronsmiles.wordpress.com . I am a math major at a US top-10 university; I blog about my adventures in cooking, guitar, singing, geometric beadwork, and more, all while embracing the joy in what I do. My blog is named after my charming kitten, Saffron.

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As for me, I am Basil, an amateur vegan blogger at http://vegetarianhealthfreak.blogspot.com/

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http://www.tumblr.com/blog/livinghappyhealthyfitandfree
hi im sam! =) my blogs about living a healthy life, being fit and not depriving yourself of anything. Everything in moderation is key. my blog features several breakfast and dinners that i have been eating as well as several motivaitional quotes and pictures as well as some of my favorite food finds ranging from real nut butters, low cal nut butter substitutions, to low cal noodles and more! i also have some recipes that i wil be adding soon! hope you like it!

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I’m Sarah! I’m nearly 24 and just finished my master’s degree in elementary education. My blog follows my daily adventures in clean eating and improving my fitness. I post tons of photos of what I eat, as well as my training logs and musings on health, fitness, and body image. I love running (just did my first half marathon!) and hot yoga.

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I’m Vicky at Sweet and Healthy Living! I am a certified personal trainer and am passionate about health and fitness. On my blog you will find tons of whole food vegan recipes and fun pictures of my life!

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Jamie at Dare You To Move: http://yahuniverse.wordpress.com/
I’m Jamie and I blog about my hiking adventures, duct tape creations, 20 pets, college in Boston, and swimming, barefoot running, and rowing. I’m a fruit-loving vegan but I hate diet labels!

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So, my name is Ellen, I write Scrumptious Gruel at
http://scrumptiousgruel.wordpress.com
It’s a blog with vegetarian food and the occasional random musings on being an actress here in LA.

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My name is Laura and I blog on my site: http://laurasglutenfreepantry.com/ I make gluten-free recipes (and often grain and dairy free as well) for my family.

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I’m Chelsea and I blog at http://www.chelsearuns.com. My blog is about my life as a runner, rugby player, equestrian, and foodie who also happens to be gluten intolerant, lactose intolerant, and allergic to too many things. My motto is that life is short and food is good, so live, love, and eat!

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I’m Meg at A Dash of Meg (http://adashofmeg.com) where I blog about my daily life, journey of becoming a Registered Dietitian, and share healthy recipes and workouts! I also love offering motivation and inspiration to all of my readers to live their lives to the fullest! :)

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 My name is Kammie and I blog over at Sensual Appeal blog: http://sensualappeal.wordpress.comI mainly blog about healthy eating and living, including some recipes I try out that are usually healthy (there are a few “cheat day” ones too though). I also exercise often and sometimes talk about that as well.

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I’m Molly and I blog at http://quicheaweek.wordpress.com/ I do a lot of – you guessed it – quiche, but also other yummy low carb, low-calorie, high protein vegetarian foods and baked goods. And I’m a seitan aficionado on the side.

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I’m Brittany @ GOtheXtraMile ! I blog at gothextramileblog.com about my passion for healthy food, fitness, and everything in between :)

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Kelly M. (love your name!) at Yellow Wellies I focus on all aspects of my life, which includes baking (gluten-free at times), fitness (I love running), family, photography, and all things that catch my eye!

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I’m Jolie and I’ve started a new blog at http://likejolie.tumblr.com/. I’m a college student on a journey towards a healthier lifestyle through food and fitness. This is my amateur food blog where I share personal vignettes along with the recipes I try; food is what brings people together, and that’s what I love so much about it!

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Hi! My name is Maude of Spicy Cinnamon, I am from Montreal and my blog is a mix of healthy, vegan, scrumptious, everything delicious -recipes.

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I’m Basil, and  I have a healthy vegan cooking blog, http://vegetarianhealthfreak.blogspot.com/

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Hey I’m Carly from Carly Turns Cajun at http://carlyturnscajun.blogspot.com and my blog is incredibly new, but hopefully soon will be filled with tested recipes, unique eats and ramblings about my running, swimming and new adventures in college in New Orleans.

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Hi I am Kaila! I blog at http://healthyhelperblog.com! I am a soon-to-be college student with a passion for all things involving healthy cooking, moving my body, and living it up outdoors! I love travel, being active, being involved in my community, and sharing my passions with others! Stop by for some fun, food, and a look into my life!

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Hello! I am Bek and I am a 20 year old university student behind the scenes of the blog ‘Crave’. I’ve been reading blogs forever and am sick of never seeing any Aussie healthy living blogs, so I decided to start my own. Through this blog I explore my cravings for the gym, healthy food, a happy life and sweet indulgences. Hope to share these experiences and my life with you soon!

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Hey! I’m Lacey and I am 16 years old with a new blog at https://lifehandsyoulimes.wordpress.com/ ! My blog is full of healthy vegan recipes and my musings as I learn to find myself and enjoy life in a new light! I love coming up with new recipes, getting creative, and everything sprinkles and sparkles haha. I hope to see you soon!

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DoesNoJustice is my blog I’d love to share with you. http://doesnojustice.wordpress.com Today, I’m a grain-free, low sugar, lower carb eater with a mission. There’s nothing food CAN’T do to heal our bodies– all we have to do is listen for the signals and signs it gives us on a daily basis. My blog is mostly recipes, some rants, in relation to our topsy-turvy relationship with food and the agribusiness our lives revolve around. I’m going to a Naturopathic school of medicine to graduate with a Health Psychology degree, and go on to a graduate program in Food Science. Needless to say, there are many questions waiting to be answered and all of my adventures will be shared on DoesNoJustice. Looking forward to getting to know you!

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I’m Lauren, and I blog at EmpoweredSustenance.blogspot.com. My recipes are original and extensively tested and suitable for SCD, GAPS, grain free, Paleo, anti-candida, and sugar free diets. Additionally, most of my recipes are nut-free–something difficult to find for grain free diets. I advocate real food ingredients and Weston A. Price principles. Finally, my recipes are designed for the everyday cook who faces budget and time constraints. I hope to see you at Empowered Sustenance!

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I am Coco at Hot Coco(a): http://coco621.blogspot.com -Hi, I’m Coco! I’m a 24-year-old woman living and working in Baltimore.
I love to shop, love to eat, and love to try new restaurants, bars,
concerts, and events. Basically, I’ll try anything once! I’m a
self-proclaimed foodie and yogini. Join me as I (try to) balance work
with play after my transition from college to the “real” world.

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Hello fiasco readers! :)
I’m Alina and I blog at Keep Smiling and Love Life. I’m a HUGE foodie and I can’t get enough of healthy living. I love being active and keeping my body in shape, but I wasn’t always this way. I went through a hard relationship with food during my freshman year of high school, battling ED. Now, I’m finally happy and healthy, loving every part of me and respecting what my body wants. If I want that cookie, you bet I’m all up for it. Balance is key for me to get back on track and it would be amazing to share it with all of you. Come visit my blog<3 God bless!

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I’d love to join the family! I’m old enough to be your mother. Ugh! I guess that’s fitting, though, with a blog called The Mommy Bowl. I blog about gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free food, and all the other random things I’m sometimes eliminating from my diet.

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Hi I’m Diana. I am finding new and exciting ways to live and eat with my food sensitivities (gluten, dairy, yeast). I am having loads of fun experimenting and would love to show everyone my success stories (and some failures :-P )

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My name is Heidi, and I just found Foodie Fiasco through a link on another Danish blog.
Yes, I’m from Denmark, you know the small country in Europe with kings and queens, and the little mermaid!
I have two blogs – http://hejdis.blogspot.com where I blog about “ordinary” food – I try to make a lot of things from scratch that you would normally buy, and I am getting more and more into buying organic food.
My other blog is http://hejdislow.blogspot.com where I blog about low carb food – not following a specific diet, but trying to cut down on sugar and grains. In the long run, I hope it will mean better health and lower weight!!

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My name is Anna and I’m a 20-something girl finding my feet in this crazy world (and just about to get married – argh!). I blog over at www.annatheapple.com. I love all things fitness and healthy food – but I’m a big believer in finding that balance. I’m a ‘flexitarian’ as I pretty much eat anything as long as it tastes good! :)

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My name is Bethany, I have a whole foods vegan website. I would love to network with other bloggers on similar diets! Maybe set up some video interviews or something! Let me know if anyone is interested!

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Hello hello! My name’s Ala and I’m a busy bee/baker/blogger over at wallflourgirl.wordpress.com. I love playing with my food (sorry, Mom!) through my writing and amateur photographing, but I’m also a huge fan of perusing food blogs in general. I’m a mostly-vegetarian literature gal with a mean sweet tooth.

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I’m Essi from Eating Healthy in a Fast Food World. Long title, I know, but I think it’s an important habit to learn.
I’ve always been a baker, and I’ve really enjoyed re-creating some of my favorite desserts in a healthier way. My blog also includes the occasional dinner or lunch recipe, but sweets are my specialty :)
I’m looking forward to networking with some others bloggers in the near future!

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Hey – I don’t blog, but I love to learn new recipes, and I also found my love of food and all things nutritious through yo-yo dieting, but the plan is now to stabilize and enjoy great tasting food. The energy of your site just draws me in! thanks, Kelly (Thank you so much for your kindness, Kelly! Great name.)

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Hi, I’m Quincy. I’m an 18 year old vegan and aspiring restaurant owner. I write about vegan recipes and healthy lifestyle choices.

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My blog is Simple Nourishing Delicious, weeknighttreats.wordpress.com. My blog is inspired by a desire for wholesome, fresh, and delicious food that is quick, seasonal, and accessible. My blog also showcases healthy treats and caters to gluten and dairy intolerance. Recently I have started a candida-free diet and am in the process of exploring these recipes.

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Hi:)
I am just super interested in healthy cooking / baking and I am trying to learn as much as possible about good healthy ingredients. It is all still a little new to me, but I am hanging in there:) -Katrine Johnson

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I am a Zumba(R) Fitness Instructor outside of Seattle, WA. I have been on a journey to a healthier lifestyle that has led me to your blog. Thanks for the great ideas and recipes.
http://zumbagrl.wordpress.com -all about Zumba(R) Fitness
Best Wishes to everyone for 2013

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I’m a nurse who is also a mom always searching for healthier alternative foods for myself, and family! My daughter who’s in 3rd grade just made your delicious Red Velvet Cupcakes, she loved them sooooo much, she’s making them for our county fair! Your blog is inspiring, and fresh! Your recipes
are wonderful! We love to follow your blog!

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I’m a girl who loves cooking, and has recently started looking into the healthier side of cooking/baking. I am also a vegetarian, want-to-be vegan. I especially love baking and Asian food. I love your recipes!

Update – I’ve decided to go vegan.

You go girl! You can check out Kara’s blog here.

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I was sooo excited to find out about your blog tonight!
I’m originally from China but i’ve been living in California for over 5 years. I became vegan about 2 years ago and started exploring the world of vegan baking since then because I have incredibly sweet tooth. I love all your dessert recipes and can’t wait to try ALL OF THEM!! Thank you for sharing such wonderful things and please don’t stop :) )

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Enjoy!

-Kelly M.

 

Comments

  1. says

    Hello! I am Bek and I am a 20 year old university student behind the scenes of the blog ‘Crave’. I’ve been reading blogs forever and am sick of never seeing any Aussie healthy living blogs, so I decided to start my own. Through this blog I explore my cravings for the gym, healthy food, a happy life and sweet indulgences. Hope to share these experiences and my life with you soon!

  2. says

    Hey! I’m Lacey and I am 16 years old with a new blog at https://lifehandsyoulimes.wordpress.com/ ! My blog is full of healthy vegan recipes and my musings as I learn to find myself and enjoy life in a new light! I love coming up with new recipes, getting creative, and everything sprinkles and sparkles haha. I hope to see you soon!

  3. says

    Thanks for putting together this page, Kelly! I’m Lauren, and I blog at EmpoweredSustenance.blogspot.com. My recipes are original and extensively tested and suitable for SCD, GAPS, grain free, Paleo, anti-candida, and sugar free diets. Additionally, most of my recipes are nut-free–something difficult to find for grain free diets. I advocate real food ingredients and Weston A. Price principles. Finally, my recipes are designed for the everyday cook who faces budget and time constraints. I hope to see you at Empowered Sustenance!

  4. says

    Hello fiasco readers! :)
    I’m Alina and I blog at Keep Smiling and Love Life. I’m a HUGE foodie and I can’t get enough of healthy living. I love being active and keeping my body in shape, but I wasn’t always this way. I went through a hard relationship with food during my freshman year of high school, battling ED. Now, I’m finally happy and healthy, loving every part of me and respecting what my body wants. If I want that cookie, you bet I’m all up for it. Balance is key for me to get back on track and it would be amazing to share it with all of you. Come visit my blog<3 God bless!

  5. says

    I’d love to join the family! I’m old enough to be your mother. Ugh! I guess that’s fitting, though, with a blog called The Mommy Bowl. I blog about gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free food, and all the other random things I’m sometimes eliminating from my diet.

  6. says

    Hi I’m Diana. I am finding new and exciting ways to live and eat with my food sensitivities (gluten, dairy, yeast). I am having loads of fun experimenting and would love to show everyone my success stories (and some failures :-P)

  7. says

    My name is Heidi, and I just found Foodie Fiasco through a link on another Danish blog.
    Yes, I’m from Denmark, you know the small country in Europe with kings and queens, and the little mermaid!
    I have two blogs – http://hejdis.blogspot.com where I blog about “ordinary” food – I try to make a lot of things from scratch that you would normally buy, and I am getting more and more into buying organic food.
    My other blog is http://hejdislow.blogspot.com where I blog about low carb food – not following a specific diet, but trying to cut down on sugar and grains. In the long run, I hope it will mean better health and lower weight!!

  8. says

    Hi, what an awesome idea! My name is Bethany, I have a whole foods vegan website. I would love to network with other bloggers on similar diets! Maybe set up some video interviews or something! Let me know if anyone is interested!

  9. says

    Hello hello! My name’s Ala and I’m a busy bee/baker/blogger over at wallflourgirl.wordpress.com. I love playing with my food (sorry, Mom!) through my writing and amateur photographing, but I’m also a huge fan of perusing food blogs in general. I’m a mostly-vegetarian literature gal with a mean sweet tooth.

    Kelly–this is such a great idea, and I’m only sad I didn’t come across your blog sooner! You have a great way of drawing communities together, and it’s awesome to read about the foodie adventures of another LA res (whoohoo!).

  10. kelly says

    hey – i don’t blog, but i love to learn new recipes, and i also found my love of food and all things nutritious through yo-yo dieting, but the plan is now to stabilize and enjoy great tasting food, the energy of your site just draws me in! thanks, kelly

  11. says

    I’m Essi from Eating Healthy in a Fast Food World. Long title, I know, but I think it’s an important habit to learn.
    I’ve always been a baker, and I’ve really enjoyed re-creating some of my favorite desserts in a healthier way. My blog also includes the occasional dinner or lunch recipe, but sweets are my specialty :)
    I’m looking forward to networking with some others bloggers in the near future!

  12. says

    Hello! What a cool idea, I love this blog and appreciate the invitation to share mine!

    My blog is Simple Nourishing Delicious, weeknighttreats.wordpress.com. My blog is inspired by a desire for wholesome, fresh, and delicious food that is quick, seasonal, and accessible. My blog also showcases healthy treats and caters to gluten and dairy intolerance. Recently I have started a candida-free diet and am in the process of exploring these recipes.

  13. says

    Hi- wow!
    I can’t believe how accomplished you are for someone so young! I’ve been using your recipes for awhile now, but didn’t realize you were only 14! You should be so proud of yourself! I have just started a blog as well- I’m really excited about it! I’m a Fitness Competitor and totally love healthy eating! I would love to be part of your blog family!
    Thank you for all the wonderful recipes and ideas you’ve given me!
    Kayla

    • says

      Kayla, you rock. Your kindness means so much to me, especially coming from someone with such a wonderful blog. It’s so fascinating to read about your adventure in Thailand! I look forward to getting to know you better, Kayla!

  14. Katrine Jakobsen says

    Hi:)
    I am just super interested in healthy cooking / baking and I am trying to learn as much as possible about good healthy ingredients. It is all still a little new to me, but I am hanging in there:)

    Hope to be signed up for some news letters and good recipes perhaps?

    K

  15. Cathy says

    Kelly, hi!
    Do you ever chat with folks on the phone?
    I’m trying to start a blog for folks (like me) on an all liquid & soft foods diet, who live with chronic illness. I’ve been using a couple of your recipes and want to pass them on to these folks, plus some other recipes I’ve come up with on my own. (And dont worry – I’m in the writing business and would always credit you for your recipes). Many of these dear folks are living on mashed potatoes and baby food… I can help, but I have a couple of blogging format questions I can’t find answers to. I so want to be up and running before Christmas so they can have something tasty to eat when they’re celebrating with their families.

    Anyway, I know you’re busy and are ever so popular, but if you can contact me I promise I’d respect your time.

    I’d give you my website name but it looks ghastly – which is why I need 5 min of your time.
    Thanks,
    Cathy

    • says

      Hi Cathy! I am so sorry for the late response, but I have been running around rampent with traveling and whatnot. Thank you so much for thinking of me! Yes, I would love to help you with any blog questions you may have. Please email me at foodiefiasco [AT] gmail.com, and we can chat however you would like. I love the concept of your blog, and want to help you wherever I can. Thanks again, and I hope to hear from you soon!

  16. says

    Hey Kelly!:)

    I’m Gingergirl (sorry for the weird superhero-sounding lame pseudonym), the author of It’s all in my head at swallowyoursecrets.blogspot.sg. I am 13 year old girl who is currently recovering from an ED and working to explore the world of food (healthy of course!) that I left behind in the swept-up obsession of my disorder. I am determined to get back on the right track and enjoy this sustenance that powers our lives again! I find cooking and baking remedial in my road to recovery and I hope I can heal myself through healthy nourishment, which is why I post recipes that I try out while facing my fear, and I hope to inspire other people-ED or not-to live healthier, happier lives!

    • Kristel says

      Hi Gingergirl!! I’ve seen photos of your blog everywhere and they are just amzing! For some reason I cannot see your blog, it seems like I need some sort of invitation to be avaible to see your blog. I would reeeeally like to get your recipes and read about you, XX

  17. says

    WORLD! Hi!

    My website is softfoodsdigest.com, and it’s for those who are interested in either 1. going on a soft or liquid food diet temporarily, maybe to lose weight in a way that’s healthy and pretty easy, or 2. living permanently on a liquid/soft foods diet.

    I have gastroparesis, and I’ll live the rest of my life on soft & liquid foods. I’m committed to finding recipes that have duel perks: being delicious AND healthy.

    Kelly’s recipes have made a huge difference…
    You can find me on fb at facebook/SoftFoodsDigest.com, and on Twitter at @sfdcath.

    I look forward to the journey with all you new friends. :)

  18. says

    Hello! (first of all I LOVE your blog) I’m pretty sure we also go to the same school…hw? I’m a senior : )
    I’m an avid Foodie/aspiring chef; however, my food blog is purely based on pescetarian-freindly restaurant reviews. I’m so so so impressed by your blog. You should be so proud of yourself!
    If I were you, by the time you’re at the upper school, join the directed studies molecular gastronomy class. It’s all about the science of cooking! My friend just finished it for the semester and LOVED it.
    Anyway, just thought I’d share with you. It’s nice to find other foodies in the hw community.
    Keep up the stellar work!!

  19. Elaine Willis says

    My daughter, Jennifer, and I are new followers of the Paleo Lifestyle. I have lost 25 pounds and it was the absolute easiest loss I have ever experienced. I visited your website in order to find a pancake recipe that would fit in with the paleo lifestyle. I found all kinds of recipes and I am ecstatic about your site!

  20. says

    Please add me to your blog. I’m Trudy, age 60…probably the oldest person who reads (and loves) your blog. I have just recently started eating gluten free and I do feel much better. I’m looking forward to reading all of your great recipes. You sound like a very “old soul”, especially for someone who’s but 14. Keep it up!

  21. says

    Iiiii LOVE your blog. I feel that it’s important to learn about nutrition and experiment to make cooking enjoyable – and obviously delicious :) I write a blog about living a healthier life and learning to do so in my late 20’s.
    I come from an upbringing where salt, sugar, flour and butter are main food groups. I’m from the east coast of Canada where good food and company are primary means of happiness. Weight and health problems run wild in our family and amongst close friends. I started writing about my passion in hopes to inspire others and to help loved ones with fitness goals.

    I can’t get over how much I love your blog…and I only just found it today ;)

  22. says

    Hello! I’m Liza M. from Vegan Collegiate. I write about the difficulties of being vegan in college while providing delicious recipes and strategies to overcome the stereotype of “those weird vegan people.”

  23. Kacee says

    Hi, my name is Kacee. I don’t have a blog but I’m enjoying reading yours. I’m learning a new life styles with my recently diagnosed food sensitivities to (dairy, vanilla, fermentation, yeast, gluten, wheat, almond, oats and it goes on) I am excited to try some of these recipes and learn new substitutes and share my stories with you all :)

  24. Sarah says

    Hi! I’m Sarah and I don’t have a blog. And I probably never will. Mainly because I’m too impatient to take pics of yummy food (get in mah belly!). I am first and foremost a Christian, a health nut (hello raw food!), and a lover of all things politics :) I’m a junior in high school, too, but who cares? I really want to be a politician/intern on Capitol Hill/anchor for FOX news/ OR something with fashion. Did I mention how much fashion consumes me? I’m also into natural beauty products and homemade beauty stuff too. Well, that’s a tad about me :)

  25. Val says

    Hey kelly- I have 2 dughters *18 and 21) who have been veggies for 7 years and are now vegans… your blog is helpful.. Thanks!

  26. says

    Hi, i’m Maria and i’m a university student in Canada.
    I just want to say that your blog is just awesome! I would never have guessed that you were only 14 until I read your into. I’m still quite new to blogging and I hope that my blog can one day inspire people as I have seen yours does.
    My blog (coolkumquat.wordpress.com) is basically a collection of recipes that I find from elsewhere and adapt to my dietary restrictions. As someone with food intolerances and type 1 diabetes I have a significant list of restrictions.
    But, as I have experienced, healthy eating does not have to be about restricting your diet. There are so many types of food out there that don’t contain unhealthy ingredients; all you need to do is look.

  27. Erin says

    Hi my name is Erin and I work for Gold’s Gym!

    I love the recipes here and am super passionate about healthy eating and food in general!

  28. says

    Hi everyone!

    My name is Iris, a 17-year old high school senior with a passion for healthy eating and a healthy lifestyle. I will be a Boston University Terrier in the fall (will be on the women’s tennis team). On my blog, I post what I eat and healthy recipes as well. I hope to inspire people to eat healthier as much as you have!

  29. says

    Hi everyone!

    My name is Iris and I’m a 17-year old high school senior and I’ll be a Boston University Terrier in the fall (will be on the women’s tennis team!). My blog, Iris Eats Healthy., was created to document what I eat and also healthy recipes to inspire others to eat healthier. I hope to motivate and inspire people to eat healthier as much as you have! http://www.iriseatshealthy.blogspot.com

    Have a great day! :)

  30. Jodie says

    Yay! Tickled to be a part of this family, and I find it incredible you’re sharing and promoting on this one page! I’ll be scouring them all :)

    I’m Jodie, age 38, transplanted to South Carolina 20 years ago. Since then I’ve managed to accumulate a husband, 3 children, 4 dogs, and 4 chipmunks (yeah, lol) We live on a handful of acres on the outskirts of a very small college town. We’re all looking to stay out of the grocery stores as much as possible and want to raise chickens, goats, and apparently chipmunks (not for food though :D). My husband already hunts deer, so that’s a big part of our diet, as well as fishes as frequently as I allow :)

    Loving this blog. We’re on the path to becoming a mixed version of a paleo and pesc diet style family. I LOVE how you’ve tagged every recipe with each diet the food will work for. I also have a few friends with gluten allergies that I can have over with confidence because of you!

  31. says

    McKel Hill, MS, RD, LDN

    I’m a self-proclaimed green smoothie connoisseur, foodie, nutrition science nerd, lover of avocados, who has an affinity for plants and enjoys a nice cup of tea anytime of day.
    I’m passionate about nutrition, wellness, and of course, food! I believe in taking an individualistic/holistic approach to coaching: meaning all my recommendations are tailored specifically to each individual in an attempt to reach their optimum health and wellness- ultimately leading to a longer, healthier, and happier life!
    Nutrition Stripped is a platform for my nutrition ramblings and focuses on nutrition information/research integrated into simple and delicious recipes. Nutrition Stripped mission is to help you gain knowledge of healthy food choices, nutrition, and apply them to your daily life. It’s your stripped-down guide to living an unprocessed lifestyle with no expiration date.

  32. Call me Ash says

    These recipes are totally amazing and im so glad i can eat such tasty yet healthy recipes, kudos.

  33. Kacy says

    Hi Kelly:

    I am slowly dipping my big toe into the coconut flour world. I have lost over 30 pounds and would like to eliminate white flour out of my daily diet. I like your blog and your spirit! I look forward to learning how to incorporate new vegetarian recipes into my lifestyle. Keep up the good work!

    • says

      Also use flax flour and almond flour. Make’s pancakes, cakes cookies etc. one cake recipe is from Jorge Crusie’s 100 book. 1/2 c Truvia baking blend, 1/2 cup almond flour, 3 tb cocoa, 1/8 tea baking powder 1/2 tea baking soda, 1/4 tea salt, 2 tab coconut oil, one egg 2 tb half and half.mix together put 1/4 cup in a microwave safe cup. cook one minute. Top with whip cream mmmmm almost no carbs and low in fat and sugar.

  34. Alexandra Catarina says

    Hey Kelly

    By some miracle I happened to find your blog and am currently STALKING it’s wondrous contents, bit by bit. I was substantially overweight as an adolescent and that combined with bullying in my childhood led to 4 years of 3 phases/combinations of eating disorders. (Anorexia, Bulimia, and CHSP/EDNOS) I’m currently in recovery (last stages) but obviously I have gained all the weight back + more. When I found your website it meant the perfect, healthy middle ground of food. It means Balanced and not starvation or binge prone unhealthy foods. Anywayyyy, I’m an 18 year old vegetarian, lil foodie myself (obsessed with baking and cooking) and so your blog will awesomely let me test my “mad-skillz” as well. Sadly, I am too lazy/in adept to blog but will continue to follow you on your blogging adventures!
    Stay beautifully awesome!
    -Alex

  35. XI says

    Hi Kelly,

    I was sooo excited to find out about your blog tonight!
    I’m originally from China but i’ve been living in California for over 5 years. I became vegan about 2 years ago and started exploring the world of vegan baking since then because I have incredibly sweet tooth. I love all your dessert recipes and can’t wait to try ALL OF THEM!! Thank you for sharing such wonderful things and please don’t stop :))

  36. says

    I really like your recipes as I cook with almond flour flax and coconut flour. I also use the almond milk,half and half and heavy whipping cream. I stay on an Atkins diet but add some of Jorge Cruise’s menu’s. Would you please post the carbs and fiber content as well. thank you, Sandra

    • says

      Hi Sandra, and welcome aboard! I will definitely consider posting more in-depth nutritional information, but unfortunately, it is not something I will be doing right now.

  37. says

    I’m a girl who loves cooking, and has recently started looking into the healthier side of cooking/baking. I am also a vegetarian, want-to-be vegan. I especially love baking and Asian food. I love your recipes!

  38. Tori says

    I’m a nurse who is also a mom always searching for healthier alternative foods for myself, and family! My daughter who’s in 3rd grade just made your delicious Red Velvet Cupcakes, she loved them sooooo much, she’s making them for our county fair! Your blog is inspiring, and fresh! Your recipes
    are wonderful! We love to follow your blog!

    • says

      Tori, you absolutely made my day. Thank you so much! Please wish your daughter luck for me. I’d love to hear how the county fair goes!

      You’re in.

      • scat_cat913@yahoo.com says

        Current update on the fair results, your Red Velvet Chocolate Cupcakes won the Purple Ribbon at our 4-H County Fair, that’s the first place ribbon! The judge loved the cupcakes, but also highly impressed with ingredients! They love healthy! We placed your receipe, and website where we got it from, so you maybe receiving more hits on your site. These great cupcakes are now off to compete in our State Championship, KS. My daughter was tickled that they did so great! Thanks for your wonderful receipe!

        • says

          This just made my life. As soon as I heard your fantastic news, I called my mother and my grandmother and we are all so happy grateful. Thank you thank you. Good luck at the state championship!! Please do keep us posted about how it goes.

  39. Angela Dunn says

    I just found your website. I am a newly converted vegan. I am still learning so many things. I loved your recipes.

  40. says

    Hi!

    My name is Erica!
    I am twelve.I know,so young.
    My blog was my “anime phase” blog and I’m considering a new one!
    I love eating and cooking and occasionally procrastinating.
    I hope I can share my love of food with you if I get in!!!
    I hope so…Soon!

  41. says

    Hi!
    My name is Erica, I studied cooking for a while but stopped.Now,I am inspired to cook again after reading “Foodie Fiasco”
    I love music and singing.I aso play the piano.
    I hope that if I get in this family I can share my family food and love for it as well!

    BTW that blog,was my “Anime Phase” one,I consider making a new one :)

    Bai :3

  42. says

    Hi, I’m Sharon L. from Pantry Purge, a blog covering my musings on consumerism and healthy living, and I’m a fourteen-year-old foodie, crafter, and baking enthusiast. I love reading blogs about health and fitness, and I was inspired to start Bites and Blogs, a dual project advocating writing and healthy living. You can check it out at my blog!
    I’m so inspired by all of your work and I can’t wait to join the family!

  43. says

    Hello world! I’m Grace from Sweet Grace’s Life, a blog with sweet treats, both nutritious and the debatably tastier, full-sugar & fat kind. I love baking, of all kinds, and am constantly learning and being inspired by those higher up in the food blogosphere. Drop by and take a look! I’ll return the favor.
    Thanks!

  44. says

    Hi!
    I’m Maggie, a 13 year old Life & Style Blogger over at MaggieRoyce.com. While I’m not a foodie blogger I am a huge fan of the Foodie Fiasco, so I’ll just leave the cooking to her! I’m not the healthiest chick around but I am working to change it. Currently I am lactose intolerant and I have a “yo-yo” weight. I’ll loose a ton (thank you dairy & my forgetfulness to take my Lact-aid) & then gain it all back. So now I’m just trying to have fun maintaining a healthy weight!! Plot twist: I’m addicted to IceCream/Cheese/Milk, the good stuff ;).
    xox M

  45. Sophia Lexus says

    Hello! My name is Sophia. I’m a amateur health nut & fitness freak! :) lol At least that’s what my sister calls me. I do not currently have a blog, as I am busy writing a book. I plan on setting up a blog later on.
    I love your recipes Kelly! :) I have come up with a few myself.

    • says

      Thank you so much Sophia! Congrats on the book, and good luck on the blog. I’d be happy to help! Shoot me an email at kelly {at} foodiefiasco.com if you want to chat.

  46. says

    Hi! I am Alex, I’m thirteen and I recently started a healthy foods blog. Your blog is so inspiring, and the recipes are so yum!! I thought it would be fun to make my own blog, and boy was I right :) I share healthy and gluten free recipes I make on my blog, including some little crafts I make out of nature! http://freshhealthynatural.blogspot.com/

  47. says

    I own a small vegan B&B at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. I was looking for a recipe for a healthy pesto, and found yours! I modified it a bit, and my guests loved it. I can’t wait to try your other recipes. I occasionally blog my recipes and about life at Lake Atitlan: http://lakevillaguatemala.com/index.php/blog. I also sing, and perform regularly with my husband.

  48. says

    Hey! I’m sixteen and teach a healthy cooking class at my high school. I want to show that cooking in college doesn’t have to be difficult, can be healthy, AND can be delicious. If you’re in high school or college (or just love great food), check out my blog at nofreshmanfifteen.org.

    Oh, and my name is Ann-Cathrin.

  49. says

    Why, hello there! My name is Yvonne and I’m a healthy dessert blogger from Australia. I specialise in sugar-free baking, as well as desserts that suit other lifestyles including raw, vegan and gluten-free diets. I’m passionate about nourishing your body with wholesome foods and hope to inspire others to make healthier (and delicious) choices!

  50. says

    Hello! My Name is Christine and I am the creator of http://www.dreamyfoodie.com!
    I love reading in general, including many blogs that I started to love. My passion for food started when I got married and I realized that we cannot eat take-out food forever! :)
    Please check out my blog. I am happy for every single view and if you have and tips or tricks for me, I am more than happy to listen to you :)

  51. says

    Hi there, I’m Sara and I would love to join the FF Family! I graduated 2011 in film studies and production, but I’m slowly becoming a low-carb/low-sugar food scientist with the rest of you, beginning with my itty bitty blog – Nanoparty! (nanoparty.wordpress.com). One little step at a time. I would love love love to connect with other young food bloggers (I could talk about flour alternatives all day, it’s a little sad) and broaden my LC horizons. Group hug!

  52. Charlotte Webb says

    Hi food fiasco members :)

    I’m a 22 year old Marketing student from Liverpool with a keen interest in healthy living and tasty food. Eager to learn more and learn a few things.

    Excited to get started!
    Charlotte

    • Dulcie de Kock says

      Welcome, Charlotte!! Is your last name truly Webb? If so, you are a blessed soul:-) Do you have a blog?

  53. says

    Hi Kelly! Your blog is awesome and to know that you are only 16. What what?!?! You go girl :) My best friend, Sarah, and I are new to blogging but feel so welcomed by you and others in the blogging world. Thank you for that! Here is a little bit about us:
    We are two friends with a passion for good food, simple living, and a healthy family. We are excited to share our little slice of life with you, and we hope our blog leaves you feeling refreshed and inspired. -Sammi | groundedandsurrounded.com

    • Dulcie de Kock says

      Thank you, Sammi, for your considerate comment! Congratulations on the new blog; it is gorgeous and well organized! Your statement seems to sum up your blog very well-I love how well-rounded Grounded and Surrounded is! Please keep in touch:-)

  54. says

    Hi fellow foodies! Dessi here!

    I’m a 16 year-old blogger, health lover and equal rights supporter. I have an online magazine, dazzledmag.com, where wonderful creative minds share their thoughts, experiences, art and writing. We post about food, music, advice and much much more!

    I’d love to join the Foodie Fiasco family!

    Stay fab!
    -Dessi

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