Hearty Lentil Soup with Balsamic Glaze has a few rockin’ things going for it:Read More
Oh my word, these are the best paleo tortillas! I’ve been on the hunt for a great paleo tortilla recipe and this, my friends, is it.
The Grain-Free Taco Dilemma
We eat this Seasoned Taco Meat frequently. It’s easy, tasty, and I can hide a bajillion veggies in there. Shhh, don’t tell my boys!
Before these awesome paleo plantain tortillas came along, we Read More
This Paleo Almond Butter Bread is amazing. With only 5 ingredients, it’s super easy to whip up a loaf. And it’s so filling that a little goes a long way.
We’ve eaten it for breakfast (toasted and topped with almond butter and sliced fruit) and for lunch (toasted and piled high with sandwich fillings). It also makes a great late-night snack, which I may or may not know from personal experience.Read More
All spring long, I needed a good way to use up lots of lettuce. We’re talking buckets and buckets full.
It was growing like crazy in our garden! It was way too much lettuce to eat, even if we’d had salad for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I hated to waste it, but you can imagine how salad three times a day would go over with the youngest people at my house.
So I searched the internet for great ways to use up lots of lettuce. I found ideas like “lettuce soup”. It tasted just like you’d imagine. Mr. Native Texan said lettuce soup reminded him of an appetizer at a fancy restaurant.
If you’re a true foodie, you may love it. My family did not.
There were a few other good ideas for salads and stir fries and tossing lettuce into smoothies. We fed lots of lettuce to the chickens and even gave bags away to family, friends and neighbors.
Still, none of this put a dent in our lettuce supply.
So I did a little experimenting, and found a brilliant solution…Read More
Why buy almond milk when it’s so easy to make at home? Homemade almond milk is better for you, too. Did you know that most store bought nut milks contain unhealthy ingredients (like synthetic vitamins, oils and sugar)?
When you make almond milk yourself, the only ingredients are almonds, water and salt. Optionally, you can add vanilla and your sweetener of choice. It’s that simple!
I love coffee–the smell, the taste, the caffeine–but recently began drinking dandelion root coffee instead of the real deal. I’m loving it! It’s easy, tasty and good for you. Plus, it avoids the negative health impact health I experienced with regular coffee.Read More
I just had to do it.
We picked strawberries at a local farm last week and came home with three buckets of berries. That’s when I decided it was time to whip up a gluten free strawberry pie with natural sweeteners and grass fed gelatin.
In honor of the berry season which is now upon us, I’d like to share 25 delectable real food strawberry recipes. Each recipe listed below is gluten and dairy-free, except for the goat cheese in #11. Most of the recipes are Paleo.
Nothing beats eating freshly picked strawberries whole, but if you’re looking for new ways to put those fresh strawberries to use, give one of these real food strawberry recipes a try. Then let us know how it turned out! Read More
If, like me, you love a healthy, hearty breakfast but don’t want to spend much time cooking in the mornings, you’ll love this make ahead Gluten Free Sausage and Egg Bake.
I throw it together while making dinner and stick it in the fridge overnight. There’s nothing better than waking up and remembering that all you have to do is pop a dish in the oven and presto! Breakfast is ready.
Plus, this Gluten Free Sausage and Egg Bake is hearty enough to serve for dinner with salad and a side of fruit. And leftovers are easy to reheat. Oh, and it’s a great way to sneak extra veggies into your family’s diet–use whatever you’ve got on hand!Read More