15May

Strawberry Avocado Chicken Lettuce Wraps + Spring Bonus Days starts Friday

This recipe is simple, yummy and perfect for spring time.  I based the recipe on a wrap that I enjoyed in a sweet little smoothie shop in Sherpherdstown, WV when Elijah was a baby.  They used a tortilla but I really love using lettuce wraps for it.  I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

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12Apr

Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream (Paleo, GAPS, dairy-free, egg-free and sugar-fee)

This is something I have been wanting to make for a long time!  Ever since I saw a dairy-free recipe that uses spinach leaves by Gnowfglins, I wanted to try making my own concoction of this old time favorite.  That was maybe two years ago…

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27Mar

Easter Menu Planner (gluten-free, dairy-free, GAPS-friendly)

photo from Corbis.com

Happy Easter!  I’m excited about the menu planner I just created for Easter and wanted to share it here.  Here is the run-down for you:

Breakfast:

  • Almond Flour Pancakes
  • Hard Boiled Eggs
  • Pineapple Papaya and Mango Fruit Salad

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13Mar

Indian Style Eggs and a brief update

I have to be honest.  I have not been very motivated to blog lately.  I think this is pretty apparent by the amount of posting I’ve been doing.

At first, I was just busy with the member site.  It’s taken a bit of work to get it running the past couple of years.  But slowly, something else has been peeking its head at me.

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14Feb

How Sugar Throws Off Your Digestive and Hormonal Balance

The following is a guest post by Magadalena Wszelaki, the Thyroid Diet Coach.  I met Magdalena through the web last fall and have since been very impressed with her work, which helps people with many different health issues, specifically thyroid and autoimmune diseases.  She is a health coach who healed herself from Hashimoto’s disease through the practices she teaches her clients.

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07Feb

Gluten-free Valentine’s Treats and Desserts

Raw Lemon Tart

Happy New Year!  Yeah, I know it’s now February.  I’m a little behind.  Some unexpected things happened in January which set me back a bit and kept me from doing some blog posts like I had intended.  One blog post I hope to do soon will about about egg-free and grain-free baking with the use of grass-fed gelatin.  I have been having great results using gelatin for baked goods and I want to share the ins and outs with you.  Hopefully soon!

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15Nov

Announcing: GAPS/Paleo Egg-free and Nut-free Thanksgiving Menu Planner

Egg and Nut-free Pumpkin Pie with Coconut Crust

Hooray!  We finally created an egg and nut-free Thanksgiving menu planner!

What kind of recipes will be in this yummy menu planner?  All recipes are GAPS friendly and grain-free!

Egg and Nut-free Thanksgiving Menu Planner recipes:

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12Nov

Egg-free and Nut-free Pumpkin Pie (GAPS and Paleo)

It took me a few times to get this one right but I finally came up with a great egg and nut-free pumpkin pie!  I was inspired by the Vegan Pumpkin Pie recipe that Spunky Coconut posted a month or so back.  However, we can’t eat agar and wanted to make it GAPS-friendly.

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26Oct

Sunbutter or Peanut Butter Cup Recipe (GAPS, Paleo, dairy-free)

If you want to know why there is a white ring around the top of these little goodies, please see the “note.”

I found this recipe for Peanut Butter Cups several months back and have been drooling over it ever since.  For a while, Elijah couldn’t eat honey and I couldn’t eat chocolate.  But things have changed so I decided to test these little goodies for a Halloween treat, making them GAPS and Paleo friendly as well as dairy and sugar-free.  If you can’t eat peanut butter, you can simply use Sunbutter (sunflower butter)  in its place – or even almond or cashew butter.

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04Oct

Spice Cake Recipe with Buttercream Frosting + Canadian Thanksgiving Menu

It’s been a while since I have written a blog post so I apologize for my absence.  August was busy-busy and September was all about catching up on life.  Slowing down a bit and tending to the details.

Now that it is October, I feel the shift of the fall coming in, and it is lovely.  I thoroughly enjoyed this summer, but it is now time to slow down, breathe, appreciate life a bit more, and make some delicious food.

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