A paleo friendly dessert that you won't feel guilty about eating.
A Healthy Substitute Latte
Plastics. A recent study proves that BPA AND BPA free containers release synthetic estrogens, before being exposed to heat. I sure did love my Keurig, but was left to find a better way to make coffee when I kept thinking of straining my scalding water through those thin plastic K-cups. Coffee brewers had the same … Continue reading How to French Press Coffee
This recipe was born out of necessity. Feeding 5, constantly hungry kids can break the bank just with the amount of food they need. It's all too easy to buy the cost effective, sugar laden granola bars from the grocery store; many brands of which use oats from Round-Up ready fields. Due to the microbiome-disrupting … Continue reading Adaptable Chocolate Chip Nut Butter Bars
From headaches to rashes, nightshades are well known to wreak havoc for some individuals. If you are researching this for the first time, Dr. Axe is a great resource on Nightshade Vegetables. When food sensitivities prevent you or your family from having spaghetti, you have to get creative. This carrot based pasta sauce is surprisingly hearty … Continue reading Instant Pot “No-mato” Sauce
GAPS Faux Hamburger Helper Serves 6 Ingredients (organic/local is best): 3 Medium Zucchini 1/2-1lb Grass Fed Beef 1 Yellow Onion, chopped 4 Large Carrots, chopped 3 Cloves Garlic, roughly chopped 1 tsp Cumin 2 tsp Oregano 2.5 cups of Chicken or Beef Broth Salt and Pepper Cooking Fat (grass-fed butter, ghee, olive oil, avocado oil, … Continue reading GAPS Faux Hamburger Helper
No one understands the plight of having a sweet tooth with no sweets to eat more than I do. Yes, sugar cravings are kicked in the tuckus on the GAPS diet, but I still miss those really horrible but oh so satisfying desserts. It's an addiction and nothing less. Sugar has been found … Continue reading Peanut Butter Fat Bombs
I never believed I could make kale chips without burning them or turning them soggy. After some recipe research and practice, lo and behold, the perfect kale chip! Not only are they beautifully green, but the kids devour them. Kale is high in iron, B vitamins, magnesium, folate, potassium, and calcium to name a few. Most … Continue reading GAPS Legal Kale Chips
I have become the proverbial slow blogger. Ugh. But not for long! These past couple of months have been filled with appointments, paperwork, estimates, and diapers. Well, significantly less diapers considering the two middle littles are now diaper free! All of this work has gone into giving our four children new potties to dirty. As of yesterday, … Continue reading Big News and Crispy Pumpkin Seeds To Celebrate!
When I first wanted to start making Kombucha from home, I was hesitant to pay twenty dollars for a gallon glass jar. Yes, I'm that cheap. With three kids, and one on the way, every dollar has it's place. That's when my six dollar idea arrived! Why don't I just buy a giant jar of … Continue reading Homemade Kombucha on the Cheap