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    Balancing Meals – Third Eye Chakra Veggie Stir Fry with Plum Sauce The Third Eye Chakra is connected with spirituality and perception as well as the color purple. When many people think of the third eye they think of foresight and advanced awareness. While this can be the case, oftentimes someone with an open third eye is more receptive to their surroundings and they pick up on energy shifts faster than others. When the third eye chakra is blocked we experience a lack of concentration and focus. We find it more difficult to sense energies or process information as quickly. Our ability to channel or connect becomes limited, if not…

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    Balancing Meals – Heart Chakra   Vinegar Roasted Greens The heart chakra represents and manages love, compassion, understanding, patience, and above all empathy. A closed or blocked heart chakra can show itself as a lack of empathy, depression, anxiety, and stress. An open one helps us connect to nature and those around us. A well balanced heart chakra is important in our day to day life and helping your family have a balanced one should be of high importance for a happy and healthy home. In this recipe we have a lot of benefits for our loved ones. It is packed with vitamins A, B6, and C along with healing…

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    Balancing Meals – Throat Chakra     Blueberry Lemon Pie The throat chakra controls our ability to express ourselves and live our truth. An unbalanced throat chakra may express itself in an inability to speak one’s mind, even when offered a platform to do so. Also creative issues such as writer’s block, or not having the wherewithal to work on an art project. In family settings this can be witnessed as a child backing away from a club they’re just not feeling into right now or a spouse procrastinating a work project when they’re usually very strict about a timeline. Even something as seemingly small as your child not writing…

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    WitchCrafting: Crafts for Witches

    Crafts for Witches: DIY Dishes Merry meet. When you can’t find a dish with the wheel of the year on it, a plate with the moon, a coffee mug with the right words, or a trivet with a pentacle on it, you can make it yourself. This one was made for me from an unused child’s craft kit, adding some acrylic paints before baking it.     Typically, you’d use Sharpie or dry erase markers. Cotton swabs, and rubbing alcohol or a dry marker eraser will be needed to remove mistakes. Non-toxic ceramic paint and pens can be used on microwave-safe dishware, making it safe for serving food. Clean your…

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    Chakra Balancing Meals Solar Plexus Chakra Chamomile Lemon Loaf with Lavender Glaze      The solar plexus Chakra is located in the gut and thus aids in who we are as a person, spiritual & mundane. It’s where we receive guidance that helps us make decisions, and is the core of one’s power. Much like with the heart Chakra, when our solar plexus is imbalanced we find it difficult to connect, accept on a more spiritual or personal sense instead of emotional. The stones associated with the solar plexus chakra are yellow calcite, tiger’s eye, pyrite, citrine and rutilated quartz. Kyanite can also be used as it helps align all of the…

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    Balancing Meals – Root Chakra   I have been called a kitchen witch by many and never truly understood what the term meant until it was explained to me, somewhat recently, as a witch who put all of their loving and healing energy into their food, and love to feed others with these caring energies. That just about hit the nail on the head. I love being in my kitchen making tinctures, salves, teas, and potions; I enjoy putting all of my loving and healing energy into them to help others heal. And I LOVE to cook. So of course I love creating good, healing food for those I care…

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    Pixie Witch Kitchen – A Second Helping

    Zucchini Lasagna I was gifted this HUGE beautiful Zucchini that my friends son Isaias grew. Isaias you are amazing buddy. Look at the goodies he grew. So what do I do with so much zucchini? Hmmmm so many ideas popped up but I went with my Zucchini Lasagna. I also made a zucchini bread but didnt take pics. I’ll add it in a couple of months. Ok ready to make this yummmy dinner? Lets get started. Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil 1 large onion chopped 4 cloves garlic minced 1 lb ground turkey or beef 2 tsp Italian seasonings 1 tsp dried basil 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp salt…

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    Son of a Witch’s Cookies Today we are going to be making my sons famous chocolate chip cookies. He has played around with chocolate chip cookie recipes for years and this is the best one ever. I cant take any credit for this recipe its all his, Alexx Mascorro. Since he is my son and I am a witch we thought this would be a cute name for them. Son of a Witch’s Chocolate Chip Cookies. Ingredients 1 C. Bread Flour 3/4 C. All Purpose Flour 2 tsp. Salt 1 tsp. Baking Soda 1 C. Butter (melted) 1 C. Brown Sugar 1/2 C. White Sugar 1 tsp. Vanilla Extract 1…

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    Potato Gnocchi Soup Today we are going to make a new recipe that I have been playing with and I finally got it to where my family loves it. It’s so creamy and not watery at all. If you don’t like potato gnocchi you can leave it out and add potato chunks or any other veggie you like. Just add it in right after you saute the onions and celery.   Ingredients 1 C. Yellow Onion finely chopped 1 C. Celery diced small 1 TBSP. Olive Oil 1 TBSP. Minced Garlic (3 cloves) 3 1/2 C. Warm Water 6 Tsp. Chicken broth powder 1 Tsp. Celery Salt Salt and Pepper…

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    Pixie Witch Kitchen … A Second Helping

    Yorkshire Pudding I thought for this months recipe I would do one of my favorite sides. Yorkshire Pudding. Nope its not a pudding at all, the name sure does confuse a lot of people. Its like an American popover but much, much better. Why do they call it Yorkshire pudding? The Yorkshire pudding was known as a “dripping pudding” because of its use of the juices from the meat — and was served as an appetizer to fill up the person due to the relative scarcity and usually small portions of meat that would be served. It is a British recipe started about 1737. It has been changed up a…