These paleo gingerbread men were roll-out-able and deliciously soft, whether warm or cool. They had all of the gingerbread flavors we loved, and no gums or complicated ingredients.
This royal icing recipe is foolproof! If you want plain, you can leave it as is, or add a little bit of vanilla extract.
Looking for quick and easy desserts? This skillet-fried cooked apples recipe will be sure to hit the spot. Grain-free and with no added sugar, it’s like apple pie without the pie.
Want to know how I know it’s officially springtime in my house? My freezer is full of POPSICLES! Every year, when the weather warms up, I start making popsicles. The kids love to play outside while enjoying their (very messy) popsicles, and I love that I get to really easily get them lots of great
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Dollar General for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. On a recent trip to Dollar General (outside of San Antonio) for some supplies for a holiday recipe, we were inspired by the cranberry jelly. Every Thanksgiving, I grew up having a wobbly cranberry sauce that
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Dollar General for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. When I went to Dollar General to get ingredients for some summer treats, I was happy to see so much inspiration. There was a pretty big fresh section (our store is a Dollar General Market)
A few years ago, when I started cooking grain-free recipes, I heard about coconut flour as an alternative to wheat flour. I wasn’t sure how to use it though, and since it wasn’t a straight substitution, I needed some help learning how. Enter Bruce Fife’s cookbook, Cooking with Coconut Flour. There’s nothing flashy about this
A couple of weeks ago, I bought a bunch of apples and whipped up some Cinnamon Applesauce. I didn't use any “established” recipe, but how can you go wrong with something so simple? All applesauce is is cooked apples, mushed up or blended, really. I filled my crock pot with apples, peeled (because they're not
This book. Is. A. Gamechanger. There are books explaining the hows and whys of Paleo, which might have a few recipes. Then there are cookbooks with lots of Paleo recipes and full-color photos, and usually a brief introduction and maybe a shopping list or “how to stock your pantry” type feature. But Practical Paleo by
I had heard somewhere about eating more coconut oil in order to raise the fat content of your breastmilk, so I thought I would try it out. That was a couple of days ago, and the fudge I made has been really delicious, but I’ve read some more stuff since then… basically saying raising the
Anneliese’s birthday is at the end of July, and that means Summer is in full-swing and berries are busting out all over (well, here in Central California anyway!) My girl is a huge fan of fruit, so last year when she turned 1, I sought out a grain-free strawberry cake. I ended up making a
p>I recently tried out an idea I had had floating around in my head for a LONG time… a way to make homemade potato chips in the style of Baked Lay’s or Pringles. With the help of my awesome immersion blender and my amazing dehydrator with the non-stick sheets, I did it. And it worked