Mini Kitchen Pantry Makeover

We’re starting a whole new year of Trim Healthy Tuesday love, ladies! I so look forward to all of the creative recipes, the exchange of ideas, meeting new bloggers, hearing inspirational stories and reading all of the comments from you guys. And guess what? Your clicks and comments mean a lot to the bloggers who link up here.

The featured post is the post that received the most clicks from last week, so ‘vote’ away on your favorite posts today, and be sure to leave some comment love for the awesome THM blogging community.


My top 3 picks from last weeks post are:

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Top 10 Posts of 2013


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Chocolate Muffins [E]

The post from last week with the most visits is:

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De-Toxifying Smoothie [FP]

And now for this weeks Trim Healthy Tuesday Posts!

Bloggers: please see updated posting guidelines here.

Thanks so much for joining me on Trim Healthy Tuesdays!

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  1. vickie says

    I love THE Cabinet. He was so clever to take your daughter with him!
    So good to organize like you have- it would make me want to cook!

  2. AmandaEspinoza says

    GWEN! I LOVE IT! What a great gift! It is absolutely beautiful…. Love the stud finding pic’s too! LOL!

  3. judy says

    Cute kitchen! love the color and the cool vintage things. I hope to someday have all my thm things in a readily reached and easy to see what i have in stock for now a list needs to do. thanks for the great post

  4. Patty says

    Terrific Makeover! I just love the “spice cabinet”. BTW, you have been such an inspiration to me during my THM journey. I made your Chocolate Covered Cherry shake/smoothie last week and it was absolutely the BOMB! I made the S version and had it for breakfast and took the leftovers with me since I was going to be gone till suppertime. WOW! I was so full all day long from that one smoothie–plus, every time I took a sip, I really got the taste of cherry and chocolate–I felt so decadent! Thank you so so much for all your work and support on the THM front.

  5. Audrey_Sheppard says

    You’re right, that is the coolest spice rack ever! I’d love to find something like that myself. :)

  6. Michelle says

    I would have swooned as well….it is beautiful!!! I love how you labeled your final kitchen diagram… lol “Awesome canning shelf” “BEST spice rack EVER” lol WHich, I have to absolutely agree with… 😉

  7. Sheila DelCharco says

    Agreed! The spice rack is very cool! I love the idea of being able to sort them by type! I have two shelves of spices and I kinda do that: savory and sweet (garlic and onion powder, pepper, etc and cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin pie spice. etc). Happy for you!

  8. Cheryl S. says

    love the makeover…love the new cabinet and all the jars too…. I have an actual pantry but it is in dire need of organization

  9. Melissa Taylor says

    Love your kitchen and your vintage style! Someday I wanna go thrifting and Tuesday-Morning-ing with you!!

  10. CandaceA says

    I love your spice rack…what a clever idea! I enjoy your site sooo much! It’s like “you’re real”…like me! Small kitchen, big plans:) I wasn’t able to open the chocolate peanut butter pudding above and it looks like something I need to try!

  11. Sara Gaskill Daugherty says

    I love the color of your kitchen. That’s such a pretty shade of blue. Your husband did a great job.

  12. Tamra Ramsay says

    The stevia to go looks like a little container of cocaine (lol), but a really great idea! I looove the cabinets and the shelves for your jars. I’m feeling getty about a mini- makeover now too! Great ideas, I just love the rustic coziness:)

  13. Lisa says

    I, too, have a postage stamp kitchen, and I’ve been trying to come up with a creative way to make a place for all my THM stuff. My cabinets are FULL, so that’s not an option. You’ve given me some ideas. Thanks!


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