Recipes

Recipes appropriate for Real Food, Ancestral, Grain-Free, Weston Price, SCD, GAPS, Paleo, Primal and diets

Recipe: Frozen Coconut Blueberry Candy (Paleo, SCD, GAPS, AIP) post image

This hot weather makes me in the mood for something frozen. Something that I can whip up in a jiffy with ingredients I have on hand. This is a great recipe for kids to help with and to enjoy instead of those horrible ice pops… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Grain Free Double Chocolate Freezer Pie (Paleo, GAPS) post image

It was my husband's birthday this past week and I wanted to make a special treat for him. He loves the chocolate pudding I make for him and I wanted to incorporate it into the dessert. This recipe is as decadent as any you could… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Wilted Greens (SCD, GAPS, Paleo, AIP) post image

Greens. Leafy greens. Full of anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals. But these nutrients are not available unless they are cooked. Actually raw greens are full of chemicals like oxalates and goitrogens. These chemicals protect the plant from predators (you and me). However, they can be toxic… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Smashed Parsnips (SCD, GAPS, Paleo, AIP) post image

I'm falling in love with parsnips. They can be used in so many ways to replace white potatoes! Some folks have to avoid white potatoes because they are in the nightshade family and contain a chemical called glycoside that can induce inflammation. Check out this… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Strawberry Hibiscus Tea Frappe post image

Hibiscus flower tea is one of my favorites! It has a sweet/sour flavor that mixes well with fruits and berries. For the hot days of summer I like to try different iterations of hibiscus flower tea! When I was growing up we used to go… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Simple Baked Chicken post image

Sometimes the easiest thing to make for dinner is a simple baked chicken. You can buy already cut up chicken, or you can cut up the whole chicken yourself. It's easier than you think! A pasture raised chicken can be a little tough so I… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Asian Style Baked Flounder post image

Flounder is my go-to fish when I am out of ideas for dinner. It can be dry and boring, unless you cook it with a super tasty sauce. Let me show you how. This is an Asian inspired sauce that uses all my favorite ingredients… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Lemon Parsnip Salad (Paleo, GAPS) post image

If you have any inflammatory issues, white potatoes should be eliminated. They are in the night shade family and have properties that encourage inflammation. However, you don't have to feel deprieved at all. Parsnips are a root vegetable and can taste amazingly like white potatoes… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Grilled Grassfed London Broil – Very Tender! post image

Just to break my grill in from the long winter months I thought I would cook a nice piece of london broil. This is a cut that can be tough, especially if it is from a grassfed cow. I'll show you how to make it… Click to Continue →

Book Review and Recipe: Nourish by Rachael Bryant of Meatified post image

I was so excited to receive my review copy of Nourish in the mail! There are over one 120 Paleo recipes that are also AIP friendly! Wow! This makes it so much easier when you are trying to avoid nuts and eggs! I think this… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Oven Roasted Asparagus

Recipe: Oven Roasted Asparagus post image

This time of year it's easy to source fresh asparagus. Did you know that it is one of the clean 15 indicated by Environmental Working Group (EWG)? It's safe to eat even if it isn't organic. Asparagus is tasty and versatile and so easy to… Click to Continue →

Recipe:  Paleo Plantain Snack Bar (Nut-Free, Egg-Free, Paleo, AIP) post image

I was asked by my local news station to demonstrate a Paleo snack bar. You know how enamored I am with plantains at the moment so I thought I would incorporate some into this recipe. For those of you who cannot tolerate eggs or nuts… Click to Continue →

Spring Soup

I guess I can tentatively say that spring is finally here. I see many of my plants coming back after a long hard winter. Exciting! I was even more excited when I saw that my parsley and chives were already in nice bunches! Perfect for… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Balsamic Roasted Roots post image

Its still cool and windy here on the east coast and I am still very much craving savory hearty foods. One of my favorite side dishes to make is composed of a variety of root vegetables. It's easy to prepare and simple to roast in… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Vanilla Plantain Cookies (Grain-free, Paleo, AIP) post image

If you are missing oatmeal cookies you may like this recipe. It has the texture of oatmeal cookies and a nice chewy feel. Add a little frosting and wow! It's a real treat that anyone would love! You can make this with green plantains to… Click to Continue →

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