I know, I know, kale really can be pretty gross. It is tough, bland when raw and slimy when cooked. For some, it is really difficult to find its appeal. But here is the thing: it is amazing for you AND can be super delicious when made right! So before you give up on kale… Continue reading Redeeming Kale: Salad Made 2 Ways
Ok, so as stated in previous posts, I am not a baker! In my former life I could make an incredible scone, but that was the full extent of my baking expertise. Since going grain free I have dabbled in the art of baking a little more and have found that it can be rather fun!… Continue reading Almond Butter Cookies (Paleo / Full GAPS) + a Cinco De Mayo Twist!
There are days that I crave a country style breakfast! I want biscuits and gravy. I want hash browns. I want something hearty that will stick with me for hours. When you are currently grain free, nut free, nightshade free, free of all the things that would make it easy to create this breakfast it becomes… Continue reading “Hashbrowns & Gravy” : A Country Style Breakfast (GAPS / SCD / AIP / Paleo / WAPF)
I have been trying to come up with a quick and easy Easter treat that I can take to church for my kiddos, put in eggs, and have on hand as a quick dessert replacement as needed. You never know what food challenges you will come across on Easter! Gummies are the obvious answer for us,… Continue reading Gummies 2.0
With the arrival of spring our desire for lighter fare increases. We long for fresh and bright flavors! Well, I have the perfect fix for you: Rustic Herby Flat Bread! We have been enjoying this flatbread ever since we went Paleo 7 years ago. It makes a great cracker, base for pizza or salad, side… Continue reading Rustic Flat Bread (GAPS/Paleo/WAPF)
A few weeks ago I put a picture of a wonderful little treat on my Instagram page and I instantly was contacted by a number of people wondering how I made my “Ice Cream”. It is not actually Ice Cream, but Russian Custard and the recipe is so simple it is almost not a recipe at all. But I have to say I am extremely grateful that Dr. Natasha Campbell included this creamy and decadent dessert in her book! I hope you enjoy!
Are you having a hard time coming up with real food recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert? Do you need some new ideas to add to your weekly meal rotation? Looking for inspiration? I have gathered a wide variety of recipes here that are sure to even please the pickiest of eaters! Breakfast Morning… Continue reading Feeding Your Family: Recipe Round-Up
When I wrote my blog post about enjoying breakfast again one of the recipes I shared was a Sage and Rosemary Butternut Squash Hash. While testing the recipe one last time before posting we decided to film the process. My amazing husband and I turned it into a video for you all! I hope you enjoy! If there is any other recipe you would like to see me make please comment bellow!
This post was orriginally featured at http://www.biowellnutrition.com for my dear friend Daniele. Breakfast… it is glorious and full of hope and happiness. Except when you find out you are allergic to all the breakfast foods you love or your mornings are rushed or you wake up feeling nauseous. Mornings can be hard sometimes but don’t… Continue reading Enjoying Breakfast Again
Bacon cups… cups made out of bacon… containers constructed of crispy pork… I know, it is absurd, but these beauties are simple, scrumptious and the perfect container for breakfast hash, eggs, cauliflower mash, roasted brustle sprouts or anything else you can dream up! Do you have some uncooked bacon on hand? Have a couple muffin… Continue reading Bacon Cups!