Paleo plantain pancakes for the win!
Have I mentioned my latest obsession with plantains? Seriously. They’re cheap, healthy, and slightly sweet…perfect for Paleo baking!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
These biscuits are amazing. Amazingly simple and amazingly delicious!
We’ve enjoyed them with dinner **Mom Tip: Almond Flour Bacon Biscuits are particularly helpful when served with a not-so-popular main dish. Kids still have to eat their dinner, but a super yummy Bacon Biscuit lessens the ick factor** and with breakfast, too. These Bacon Biscuits make awesome little egg sandwiches!Read More
For a long time, homemade crackers were on the “someday” section of my to-do list. As in, someday when I have more time.
Next, let’s discuss the overabundance of fava bean flour, aka garbanzo bean flour, chickpea flour, besan, that has occupied far more than its fair share of pantry shelf space for entirely too long. Thank you, Subscribe & Save. Read More
These Carrot Banana Muffins are one of my new favorite grab-and-go breakfast items. They’re both delicious and easy to freeze, which is perfect for a make-ahead breakfast you can eat in the car. I’m also planning to freeze a huge batch of these to have on hand after Baby Brother arrives.
Packed with nutritious almond flour plus fruit and veggies, these Carrot Banana Muffins are definitely kid-friendly. I like to serve them with bacon, plus fresh fruit or a fruit smoothie.
These muffins make a perfect grab-n-go breakfast. They travel very well and do not make a crumbly mess when consumed in the car. They’re great for brunches or events where you need to contribute a breakfast dish.
If you like, make a huge batch and freeze some for future use. They thaw well and can be reheated in a toaster oven.