For forever, I’ve had the Pioneer Woman’s Cauliflower Soup bookmarked. It just looks amazing, doesn’t it? My friend Meagan has made it and has confirmed its amazingness. But I never made it. Don’t ask me why. And now I wouldn’t want to make it as-is because it has flour in it. So I made my
Most fudge has scads and scads of sugar – usually multiple kinds: confectioner’s sugar, evaporated milk, milk chocolate, brown sugar, granulated sugar… most recipes have at least 2 types. Here’s a refreshingly simple recipe for fudge that only has a bit of honey, instead of tons of sugar. I’ve adapted it from the recipe here.
I think this is the last “make and freeze” recipe I had saved up from when I was pregnant. We got a huge bag of potatoes and I did various things with them, so they’d be available for quick meals, sides, or snacks when I was going to be occupied with a newborn and too
If you’ve been reading my blog at all in the last year, you know I love my coconut flour. And you also know I love bacon. So today when I got the hankering to bake something new, and flipped through Cooking with Coconut Flour, as soon as my eyes hit “Bacon Drop Biscuits” I gasped.
Since Okra has been in season and in abundance at our farmer’s market, we’ve been eating it almost every week lately. And this way of making it is so easy and delicious (and NOT slimy – which I know you’ll appreciate if you’re like me and hate slimy okra) that this is how we’ve prepared
I saw this recipe on the Tropical Traditions site, and made a version of it (changed a couple things to suit what ingredients I had). Aren’t they pretty little squares? Coconut Cream “Health Fudge” In a bowl, mix: 1/2 cup honey 1/4 cup coconut cream concentrate 3/4 cup natural peanut butter 3 Tablespoons cocoa powder
Maybe it’s because we’ve been running around a lot more in the mornings, but Anneliese has been napping like crazy lately. Seriously, I have HOURS to get things done now! So yesterday I baked those banana nut muffins, and today I tried out a pumpkin recipe I had in my head. At first I thought
I love fall and fall foods, so I’ve been wanting to make banana nut bread since our chilly snap last week (though today was as hot as the dickens again). Pumpkin bread is around the corner, too. Since we had a couple brown bananas waiting for me in the fridge, I thought I’d throw together
So it’s fall now, but I found this photo from when my garden was exploding with tomatoes. This was a very tasty salad! So I figured I’d share, so that next summer you can make it. 🙂 Or if your tomatoes are still delicious and summery-fresh, you can make it now. Green Bean Tomato Bacon
This is another meal that I made while I was pregnant, and froze for post-partum. It was really good the first night, but I venture to say that it was even better after freezing – because in my vacuum-sucked freezer bags, the breading on top got sucked to the chicken, and changed somehow. It was
My husband is pretty picky when it comes to cole slaw. He doesn’t like it when it’s too acidic, or when there’s “weird stuff” in it, and pretty much only likes the cole slaw from Kentucky Fried Chicken. But who knows what’s actually in their cole slaw? (I admit, I like it too… but fast
One of the all-time most popular posts on this blog is the Homemade Granola Bar Recipe. But for over a year now, I’ve been avoiding grains in favor of more nutrient-dense foods. An oat-filled granola bar isn’t going to do me any favors now that I’m grain-free. Enter: The grain-free granola bar. I took my