Hit the road Harvey!

This past week has been one of high emotions, and I think we probably have gone through every emotion in the last 9 days. In the wake of Harvey, Huddle Fitness keeps all of our community close to heart and in our prayers. The rebuilding has only just begun.

Many friends have lost everything and those that were spared have been working their tails off helping others cleanup. Everyone has been sorting through shelves, closets, garages and pantries to donate anything possible to help rebuild. Those that can’t help with cleanup for whatever reason are cooking and feeding people, babysitting so others can volunteer, organizing and dispatching, and the list goes on. The heartbeat of Houston right now is beating love. It showed through citizens jumping in to help with rescue efforts all the way to the long winding lines of people waiting their turn to volunteer. Houston has pulled together to make the best of a terrible storm. One thing I know Houston is strong and vibrant and will come out of this even stronger.

May God bless Houston, everyone has been affected because everyone has pulled together in a way that has banded us together to get through this. ❤️

Sending much peace and love through the city,

Lisa

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Homemade Granola Made Easy!

Home made granola is very simple to make at home. You control what goes into it and the price can’t be beat! A great topping for your yogurt or an on the snack.

Try some of these combinations to find your favorite!

Easy to make your own!
Easy to make your own!

My favorite is a simple recipe with vanilla and almonds.

INGREDIENTS:

1 cup brown sugar

1/3 cup water

4 cups oatmeal (not quick or instant)

2 teaspoons natural honey

1-2 tablespoons cinnamon

This is the basic recipe you can do extra add ins of your choice for variety.

COOKING INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Combine brown sugar and water in a large bowl, heat and stir every minute to dissolve.

2. Add oatmeal and mix until well coated. Add cinnamon and honey and any other add-ins, mix well.

3. Line two baking sheets with sides (high enough to stir so it doesn’t spill over the edges) with parchment paper. Thinly layer the granola onto both sheets.

4. Bake at 350 for 30 and stir every 10 minutes.

5. Allow to cool completely and store in an air tight container.

KEEPS FOR ABOUT 2 WEEKS.