To quote a friend: I do not eat desserts. Except when I do. Accurate. Perhaps too accurate. In my never-eat-dessert-unless-it-is-my-birthday world, I have been eating these for “dessert” every night all week. The only ingredients are banana, honey, olive oil, and cinnamon. All health beneficial and crispy-yummy. They are amazing by themselves,READ MORE
WALK-THROUGH 30 day Paleo challenge, its genius and simple, read what to do each day & just do it! Not only is there a food plan (with recipes), but also suggested workouts with videos. She's 30! and she started it as a 30 day challenge but has lived it for over a year now.
There’s something about a Crock Pot that is very reminiscent of the caveman days when they likely cooked their meals in a pot over an open fire. Cooking meat in a slow cooker is a great way to go because it comes out fall-off-the-bone tender and delicious. These recipes are something special...
Learning how to bake gluten-free is overwhelming when starting out. To a newbie, the selection of flour varieties and how to create a flour blend that mimics regular wheat flour can be so confusing! This was just my story when I started to bake gluten free over three years ago. I spent the first six...Read More
I don’t think I’ve ever met a handful of granola that I didn’t like. The only thing I don’t like about granola is how expensive storebought granola can be. I don’t understand how manufacturers can get away with charging so much for so little. One little bag of granola can be $6.99 or more, and […]
#paleo Apple and Strawberry Crumble | Crumble: 1 cup macadamia nuts; 4 dates; 1 cup coconut flour; ½ cup shredded coconut; 3 ½ tbsp coconut oil | Filling: 15 strawberries, diced; 3 ½ large Pink Lady or Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored and cut into cubes; 1 vanilla bean or 1 tbsp vanilla extract; ½ orange juice; pinch nutmeg powder; pinch cinnamon powder; 1 tbsp ghee