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Sweet Potato Chicken Nuggets

“Sweet Potato Chicken Poppers from Unbound Wellness”

These Sweet Potato Chicken Nuggets from Michelle Hoover from Unbound wellness are a dream come true. The chicken nuggets are absolutely delicious and I cannot take credit for them as much as I would like to. Even non AIP-ers and Paleo eaters love these. I made these for my family ...
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AIP & Paleo Hoisin Sauce

AIP & Paleo Hoisin Sauce

   This recipe for a AIP & Paleo Hoisin Sauce is SO GOOD! It pairs perfectly with a variety of foods and can be used as a stir fry sauce. Here in these pictures I used it as a dipping sauce for the Sweet Potato Chicken Nuggets (recipe here). It ...
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Avocado, Kalamata, Onion Salad with Dill Ranch Dressing

Avocado, Kalamata, Onion Salad with Dill Ranch Dressing

  Hi all! This Avocado, Kalamata, Onion Salad with Dill Ranch Dressing is perfect for meal prepping, which is something that has been saving me a lot of time in the mornings. I have fallen in love with the conveniency of grabbing already made meals which I just grab and ...
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Autoimmune Paleo Biscuits

Autoimmune Paleo Biscuits

  These Autoimmune Paleo Biscuits are a treasure to behold for any person following a strict AIP diet. They have a slightly chewy bottom crust with a fluffy and slightly crumbly top half. In other words....they are, in my opinion, just like real biscuits minus the grains, gluten, dairy, eggs, ...
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AIP Tapioca Pizza Crust

Tapioca Pizza Crust {from The Primordial Table}

This AIP  Tapioca Pizza Crust (and Paleo) from The Primordial Table is divine! If you have been searching for an amazing knock-off-your socks kinda recipe then you have come to the right place, because I have found it....the holy grail of allergen free pizza crusts! This crust is crispy on ...
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Sweet Potato Flatbread

Sweet Potato Flatbread {Allergen Free}

What I like the most about this Sweet Potato Flatbread recipe is that is goes great with jam. Slap some strawberry or raspberry jam on these flat-breads and you have a great breakfast, treat, or a midday snack! I love putting homemade jam on compliant English muffins, toast, waffles, and ...
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Rhubarb Dessert with Maple Syrup Sweetened Coconut Cream

Rhubarb Dessert with Maple Syrup Sweetened Coconut Cream

This AIP & Paleo Rhubarb Dessert with Maple Syrup Sweetened Coconut Cream is a treat and great for spring! The rhubarb this time of year is plentiful and for some people their plants produce and grow more rhubarb than then need.  Rhubarb is also quite prominent at many  local farmers ...
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Oven Roasted Plantains

Oven Roasted Plantains

This recipe for Oven Roasted Plantains is simple....and sometimes simple is best. These slightly crispy plantains are a great alternative to fried plantains and are another great starch/carb source.  Oven Roasted Plantains are a great addition to breakfast, as a quick snack, or side dish to lunch or dinner. I ...
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Easy Lemon Garlic Grilled Chicken {Allergen Free}

Easy Lemon Garlic Grilled Chicken {Allergen Free}

 This particular recipe for Lemon Garlic Grilled Chicken Marinade took me no time at all to prepare and tasted SO GOOD. This grilled chicken doesn't taste 100% lemony, but the acidity from the lemon juice does add a nice brightness to compliment the caramelizing from the sugar.  After the chicken has ...
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Butternut Squash Cake with Honey Whipped Coconut Topping

Butternut Squash Cake with Honey Whipped Coconut Topping

    This recipe for Butternut Squash Cake with Honey Whipped Coconut Topping is delicious! I made last November for my birthday for the first time. I was celebrating my birthday with relatives who don't follow the AIP or Paleo at all and was nervous if they would like the ...
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Garlic Dill Vegetable Dip

Garlic Dill Vegetable Dip {dairy free}

 This Garlic Dill Vegetable Dip is dairy free and SUPER easy. Combine all ingredients in a small bowl or mason jar and viola! The best part....this dip tastes just like conventional vegetable dips and 100 times more nutritious. It is great with carrots, cut vegetables, on sandwiches/wraps, tacos, or coated ...
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No Bake Larabar Energy Cookies {AIP & Paleo}

No Bake Larabar Energy Cookies {AIP & Paleo}

 No Bake Larabar Energy Cookies are reminiscent of the Larabar fruit and nut bar. There is only one problem with Larabars..... they contain nuts and other ingredients, which are not allowed on the AIP diet. These cookies are EXTREMELY EASY to throw together when you are short on time and ...
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AIP Blueberry Cake with Lemon Cream Sauce

AIP Blueberry Cake with Lemon Cream Sauce

   I guess you can say I have been on a cake making spree lately, but with berry season shortly on its way this AIP Blueberry Cake with Lemon Cream Sauce is perfect to use up any leftover blueberries. This cake is moist and delicious with the perfect touch of ...
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Carrot Cake with "Cream Cheese" Frosting

Carrot Cake with “Cream Cheese” Frosting

Today's post is all about Carrot Cake with "Cream Cheese" Frosting! There was comment on one of my other posts about how carrot cake was one of the person's favorite types of cake, so I decided to give it a shot.   The cake portion of this dessert has the ...
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Tuna Salad Wraps

Tuna Salad Wraps {Made Nutrient Dense with Liver}

The internet in the week or two that follows Easter is full of egg salad and hard boiled egg recipes to use up those beautifully dyed Easter eggs.  However, if you are like me and are on the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol,  you may miss all the egg goodness. To remedy ...
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AIP & Paleo Granola

AIP & Paleo Granola {grain, dairy, egg, nut, seed, and soy free}

This AIP & Paleo Granola is a great alternative to traditional varieties. It is crunchy, chewy and great for your morning breakfast or a quick snack. You can put it on yogurts, waffles, pancakes,  eat it plain, or add a bit of coconut milk (or milk of choice). The possibilities ...
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Banana Cinnamon Breakfast Porridge

Banana Cinnamon Breakfast Porridge

   For me breakfast is the best part of the day and this Banana Cinnamon Breakfast Porridge helps to start the morning off right with a healthy fat, fruit, and protein. What makes this porridge even better, is that is filling and will keep you going all morning. This recipe ...
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AIP Lemon Layer Cake

AIP Lemon Layer Cake

   This AIP Lemon Layer Cake is the perfect treat for spring and summer. It is light, moist, refreshing, and a perfect balance between lemon and sweetness. Plus, it uses only a little over 1/3 cup of maple syrup and honey combine (so basically sugar) for the whole cake including ...
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Instant Pot Pulled Pork with Dill Cream Sauce and Greens

Instant Pot Pulled Pork with Dill Cream Sauce and Greens

Today's recipe for Instant Pot Pulled Pork with Dill Cream Sauce and Greens is super easy and perfect for busy nights. This recipe is absolutely exquisite and can be made via 3 cooking options, which include in the oven, in a slow cooker or my favorite the Instant Pot AKA ...
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AIP Chocolate Cake

AIP Chocolate Cake from A Clean Plate

Today's recipe for AIP Chocolate Cake comes from Christina creator of A Clean Plate  (original recipe linked here). This cake turned out SOOOO good. It is moist, not too sweet, and has great texture. All you have to do is blend until smooth and bake... that's it! It is  extremely ...
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Corn Free AIP Grits

Corn Free AIP Grits

Check out this recipe for Corn Free AIP Grits. No recipe will be exactly like the real thing. This recipe comes close and is equally delicious if not better than traditional grits due to the coconut milk, gelatin, and collagen used. This recipe is a base for customization that can ...
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Turmeric Seasoned Ground Meat with Liver and Onions

Turmeric Seasoned Ground Meat with Liver and Onions

There are at least two super food gut healing ingredients in this Turmeric Seasoned Ground Meat with Liver and Onions recipe. The two ingredients that are the star of this show are turmeric and liver. Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory gut healing spice and liver is loaded with nutrients. This Turmeric ...
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Iced Honey Lemon Bars

Iced Honey Lemon Bars (low sugar)

Today's recipe is for Iced Honey Lemon Bars. A sweet treat, especially for the beginning of the week. These AIP and Paleo friendly bars are low in added sugar and naturally sweetened, which is perfect if you are watching your sugar intake. These bars are moist, a little gooey, and ...
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"Chocolate" Topped Caramel Coconut Cookie Bars

“Chocolate” Topped Caramel Coconut Cookie Bars

  "Chocolate" Topped Caramel Coconut Cookie Bars....the star of today's post. These are SOOOO good. A chewy bottom crust on the bottom is topped with a  shredded coconut caramel layer sweetened with dates and maple syrup. The whole bar is brought together with a thin "chocolate" layer made from carob ...
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Moist Baked Salmon

Moist Baked Salmon-15 minutes baking time!

This Easy Baked Salmon gives moist results every time. Choose seasonings to fit your own personal tastes and preferences. I like to cook a whole bunch of salmon up at the beginning of the week and then eat if for lunch in a salad (see this link for my Salmon ...
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Real Soft and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies with Carob Chips

Soft and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies with Carob Chips

A recipe for Soft and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies with Carob Chips, because every Monday and start to the week is made better with cookies....especially chocolate chip. These Soft and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies with Carob Chips have gone through many trials to reach perfection. They are the best for ...
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Real AIP Waffles (without plantain or cassava)

Real AIP Waffles (without plantain or cassava flours)

These Real AIP Waffles are the star of this post and perfect for that weekend breakfast or brunch. These are real AIP waffles because the actually taste good, have a traditional waffle  texture, and are easy to make. They are also made without using expensive plantain or cassava flours sold ...
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Healthy Hamburger Helper

Healthy Creamy Hamburger Helper Sauce (Allergen Free)

I whipped this recipe up for dinner on a Friday night for a couple of friends and they loved it. They thought it tasted like hamburger helper, which is why I gave it the name that I did. It is a beautiful combination of sweet and salty with with lots ...
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Salmon Sweet Potato Salad

Salmon and Sweet Potato Salad with Avocado Dressing

Salmon Sweet Potato Salad with Avocado Dressing This Salmon Sweet Potato Salad is one of my favorite salad recipes. In fact, I have been enjoying this salmon sweet potato salad with avocado dressing for lunch almost every day. It is packed with super foods like salmon, avocado, olives, kelp, sweet ...
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No Cook Low Sugar Berry Jam

No Cook Low Sugar Berry Jam

  Today's post is simple, short, sweet, and to the point. Below is recipe for a No Cook Low Sugar Berry Jam, because who doesn't want simplicity?! This jam is easy to make and is a healthier alternative to store bought jams packed full of sugar. It also requires no ...
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Pineapple Pork Stir Fry

Pineapple Pork Stir Fry

  Pineapple Pork Stir Fry 2 tbs cooking oil (avocado oil, olive oil, or coconut oil)2-3 medium onions (sliced)3 tbs minced ginger3 tbs minced garlic1 lb ground Italian pork sausage1 15 oz can pineapple chunks in water15 oz chicken broth (fill the pineapple can with water)1/3 c coconut aminos1/4 c ...
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Anorexia Eating Disorder Story

Anorexia & Binge Eating Disorders (Part 2)

Click here for Part 1:  Anorexia & Binge Eating Disorders *Disclaimer: I am not a doctor and do not claim to be, the views expressed on this blog are entirely my own and what I have learned from research and my own experiences. They aren’t designed to diagnose or treat ...
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Anorexia Eating Disorder Story

Anorexia & Binge Eating Disorders (Part 1)

There are two possible outcomes to anorexia; the person affected either becomes a survivor or loses their life . . . I choose to keep my life; where I fought the hard battle, and became a  kick-ass survivor. *Disclaimer: I am not a doctor and do not claim to be, ...
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Perioral dermatitis Natural Remedies

Perioral (Periorificial) Dermatitis & Natural Remedies

If you currently have perioral dermatitis  AKA  periorficial dermatitis or know someone who does this post for you! I am here to help you find a natural  remedy/treatment that actually works instead of using doctor prescribed creams, medicines, and antibiotics.  On this page you will find my experience, what perioral ...
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Gooey Iced Honey Banana Bars (AIP and Paleo)

Quick Guide to Supporting Mental Health . . .With Honey Iced Banana Bars

Simple. Healthy. Sweet. Delicious. Gooey. Soft. Chewy. Heaven. These honey iced banana bars are made with simple ingredients, are easy to make, and are a great way to support mental health. Mental health is becoming more important that ever with the connection between body, mind, and soul. Which is why ...
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Grain Free Baked Chicken Strips

Grain Free Baked Chicken Strips

My variation of chicken strips is just one of the thousands of recipes out on the internet, so what makes this recipe so special? Let me tell you in this week's post which is short, sweet, and to the point [unlike some of my more lengthy ones 🙂 ]. ...
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Orange Juice Chicken Stir-fry

Orange Balsamic Chicken Stir-Fry! (Bonus: 30 Easy Kitchen Cleanup Hacks)

Simple, easy, and delicious and three words I live by; and this recipe for Orange Balsamic Chicken Stir-Fry is no exception. The only thing better than simple and delicious is doing the least amount of dishes and cleanup afterwards, because I am not a fan of cleaning. If I had ...
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Soft Baked Chai Cookies

Soft Baked Chai Spice Cookies

The beginning of every new year goes hand in hand with new year's resolutions, detoxes, and weight loss goals. For many individuals the new year becomes a great kick start to a healthier living by losing weight, but not for me. This year I plan on not losing the weight ...
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Seafood Ginger Stir Fry

Balsamic Glazed Seafood Stir Fry in Sweet Ginger Sauce

Leave the takeout behind this coming new year as this  stir fry is fit to impress and tastes even better than the restaurants without extra added sugar, MSG,  and extra oil  by making this Balsamic Glazed Salmon Seafood Ginger Stir Fry. This healthfully good-for-you dish is allergen free (no soy, ...
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Venison Heart Steaks

Venison Heart Steaks Six Ways

Heart, is, in my opinion an underappreciated meat by the majority here in the United States and is a topic that I want to cover in this post. If I name my top three cuts of meat, heart would be right in there along with tongue and my #1 favorite...filet ...
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AIP Chai Tea Latte Concentrate

AIP Chai Tea Latte Concentrate

Christmas is just around the corner and a nice hot cup of a Chai tea latte is sure to warm up even the coldest of days. It is warm, creamy, sweet, comforting and perfect for those 30 below zero mornings.  This recipe for Chai tea concentrate is is dairy, grain, ...
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 AIP coconut molasses cookies

Soft Baked AIP Coconut Molasses Cookies

In my opinion, nothing says Christmas better like freshly baked gingerbread cookies, especially gingerbread men or other gingerbread shapes (trees, stars, bells, candy canes etc.). Gingerbread cookies are one of my favorite Christmas cookies and I looked forward to making them every year. In fact, they were only made once ...
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Cheesy AIP Prosciutto Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce

Cheesy AIP Prosciutto Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce

Although it feels like winter and Christmas is just around the corner, it is not officially so until December 21.We are still in the season of fall, and that means butternut squash....lots and lots of it, which still remains to be eaten! Yesterday I noticed that the butternut squash in ...
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Customized Asian Cabbage Bowls

I almost never follow a recipe exactly as it is written. Somehow I always end up deviating from the recipe in one way or another and I want to share with you my reasoning along with why I love customization and try to integrate it into each dish I create..like this ...
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AIP Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

AIP Oatmeal Raisin Cookies (thick and chewy with 5 variations!)

One word.....AMAZING! To me these AIP Oatmeal Raisin Cookies have the taste, texture, and chew of oatmeal cookies. The best part is...these have no oatmeal, no grains (or gluten), no dairy, no eggs, no soy, no nuts and 100% perfect for anyone who cannot tolerate or eat those ingredients. There ...
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Allergen Free Pumpkin Pie

Allergen Free Pumpkin Pie (10-15 min baking time!)

This is my contribution to the Thanksgiving feast..... allergen free pumpkin pie. Simple but yet extremely tasty. I have been working on a crust recipe for weeks and have finally produced what I like to call the perfect crust. If you are looking for a flaky crust, then hit the ...
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Creamy Pork Tongue Mushroom Onion Soup

Creamy Pork Tongue Mushroom Onion Soup

I tried pork tongue the other day in this Creamy Pork Tongue Mushroom Onion Soup and I liked it.  I think "like" is an understatement....I LOVED it! In fact, it has become one of my favorite cuts of the animal and is right up on top of my list with ...
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Honey Coconut Cookie Balls

AIP Honey Coconut Cookie Balls (no bake with butternut squash or sweet potato)

 Looking for a way to use up some of your extra squash lying around? I know I was when I made these soft pillowy balls of goodness AKA AIP Honey Coconut Cookie Balls. At my parent's house we have a HUGE garden and we planted all kinds of vegetables this ...
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Frosted Pumpkin Hand Pies

Frosted Pumpkin Hand Pies (without cassava flour and nuts)

I am super excited about this recipe! These Frosted Pumpkin Hand Pies are SO GOOD, and I am not just saying that so you will make them. I really mean it. Lately, I have been tinkering around with different types of pastry dough that can be used for pie crust ...
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No Corn Cornbread

No Corn Cornbread (Grain Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free, and AIP)

   Today's post is all about this No Corn Cornbread. One of the foods that I absolutely loved way back when I was not eating Paleo or AIP was cornbread. My mom made a cornbread recipe that was to die for. My favorite part was when the cornbread was under ...
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Raw Mason Jar Sauerkraut

Raw Mason Jar Sauerkraut

      I cannot believe that the middle of this Fall's college semester is almost here (yikes!). Midterms are next week, so I have already been studying super hard for them. It is important for me more than ever not to get sick and unfortunately I feel a cold coming on! ...
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Bacon Wrapped Dates

Bacon Wrapped Dates

   A taste combination that I love is sweet and salty. These bacon wrapped dates are all that and more being a little taste of foodie heaven. Personally, I love the dates that are gooey  and soft compared to the tough hard to chewy ones. Dates (and many dried fruits) ...
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Canned Coconut Milk Dairy Milk Alternative

Dairy Milk Alternative with Canned Coconut Milk (plain, chocolate and vanilla)

Today's post. . .Dairy Milk Alternative with Canned Coconut Milk. Since I don't eat dairy I love seeing a wide variety of nut milks, coconut milks, and various milk blends out on the food market. The only problem with many of the dairy milk alternatives is the amount of sweeteners, ...
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Gooey Pumpkin Bars

Gooey Pumpkin Bars

It is fall, which means pumpkin season and a recipe for Gooey Pumpkin Bars is in order! This also means that my "pumpkin spice life" aka "PSL" has begun. In fact it began a couple or weeks when the various squashes were ready to eat. These bars are easy to ...
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Delicious AIP Approved Liver Spread

Delicious AIP Approved Liver Spread (nutrient dense & gut healing)

This past week I have gone from liver hater to liver lover after I made this Delicious  AIP Approved Liver Spread! I am not a total liver lover; because I do not like it on its own such as in the dish  liver and onions dish, but I do like ...
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Allergy Free Pizza Crust

Allergy Free Pizza Crust

Today's post. . .Allergy Free Pizza Crust and an exciting piece of news!  I now own my domain name for this blog! For websites and blogging, when a domain name is bought no one else can use that name (it is unique) and there then becomes a ".com" at the ...
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AIP Cinnamon Rolls

The Best AIP Cinnamon Rolls

 It has been a while since I last posted on this blog....in fact it has been quite awhile! I am hopping to change that though and am now making it my goal to post once a week, which I think is quite feasible. A lot has happened since march of ...
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Stevia Sweetened Hot Chocolate Mix

Stevia Sweetened Hot Chocolate Mix

Winter is not over yet! If you live in the Midwestern United States, you will know that the weather can go from super warm one day and freezing temperatures the next! This means it is not too late to warm up with a nice warm cup of hot chocolate. If ...
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Andes Mountain Mint Doughnut Holes

Andes Mountain Mint Doughnut Holes

This recipe for Andes Mountain Mint Doughnut Holes was a failure, so let me explain. I absolutely love mint and chocolate together...it is one of the best food combinations that I can possibly put in my mouth. That is why I was so excited to make doughnut holes (again) with mint ...
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Banana Chocolate Chip Doughnut Holes

Banana Chocolate Chip Doughnut Holes (or Doughnuts)

Hello everyone today's post is about these Banana Chocolate Chip Doughnut Holes and what I did this past year! I cannot believe that it has been almost an entire year since I have last posted something on my blog! Yikes, the time sure has flown by! Anyways, This past year ...
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Ruhbarb for Tropical Ruhbarb Cake

Tropical Rhubarb Cake

It's spring (and almost summer)! That means the rhubarb is growing in full throttle and its that time of year to make rhubarb desserts including this Tropical Rhubarb Cake! This cake is extremely moist, light, and decadent. It has a slight tart rhubarb taste with strawberry or raspberry jam swirled ...
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Personalized Chunky Seed and Nut Butter

Personalized Chunky Seed and Nut Butter

Hello all this post is all about this recipe for Personalized Chunky Seed and Nut Butter and a update on my life! Summer has just begun and I know I haven't posted anything in quite a while. This last semester of college was extremely busy for me, but I am ...
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Chocolate Avocado Brownie Cookies

Chocolate Avocado Brownie Cookies

Delicious.....moist.......delicious.....chocolaty.....moist.....delicious......healthy.....avocado. That's right there is avocado in these easy to make cookies! In fact, it will probably take you more time to gather all the ingredients together than it will to mix these up. It is also a fact that they will probably be eaten faster that it took to ...
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Paleo Baking Flour Blend

Paleo Baking Flour Blend

This recipe for Paleo Baking Flour Blend comes to you from A Calculated Whisk. I found this recipe when I was looking for a grain free flour to use in baking. Usually grain free baked creations are either made with almond flour, coconut flour, some sort of starch (tapioca or arrowroot) ...
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Customizable Paleo Muffins

The Best Customizable Paleo Muffins Ever

    This post is all about Customizable Paleo Muffins. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and why not start it off right with something that is not only delicious, but good and great for you too! These muffins are just that and more. They have a ...
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Easy Milk Foam

Easy Milk Foam

You don't need fancy equipment to make this easy milk foam to top a morning cup of coffee, tea, or other personalized creations. All you need is a small mason or jam jar with a lid (and the ingredients of course!). It is as easy as one, two three! Put ...
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Thai Quinoa Cabbage Salad

Thai Quinoa Cabbage Salad

   I absolutely love this Thai Quinoa Cabbage Salad. It is full of vegetables, healthy grains and fats! As you can tell by my pictures there is a lot of purple cabbage in this recipe. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ADD THIS MUCH IN! I just so happen to LOVE ...
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Baked Spinach Chips

Baked Spinach Chips

 These Baked Spinach Chips are light, crunchy, and addicting! Just be careful when handling after baking the spinach as they tend to become brittle. Try with other types of leaves such as beet tops or even kale (click here for a kale recipe I found), which have become quite popular ...
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Stevia Syrup

Stevia Syrup

With room to suit any taste preference this stevia syrup is sure to please any palate. Not only is it versatile it isn't high in sugar like many pancake syrups found in grocery stores. So go ahead, pour it on pancakes and anything else your heart desires! (my heart desires ...
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Strawberry Chia Jam

Strawberry Chia Jam

Check out this Strawberry Chia Jam! It has very little added sweetener with all the health benefits from the chia seeds. There is nothing to feel guilty about when eating this tasty treat! This recipe require minimal effort and easy to make. I hope you enjoy!   Strawberry Chia Jam ...
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Flax Egg Replacer

Flax Egg Replacer

Flax seed is a great alternative to using eggs in recipes calling for one or more eggs! You can even use ground chia seeds which are also vegan and vegetarian friendly along with flax seed. Another great thing about flax seeds are that they are packed with omega-3 fatty acids, ...
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Apple Cider Vinegar Tea

Apple Cider Vinegar Tea

  This Apple Cider Vinegar Tea is as close as it comes to the real apple cider without all the work and apples. I personally love the taste with all the health benefits of tea (especially green tea). Apple cider vinegar is quite an amazing product. It helps to keep ...
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Chocolate Zucchini Brownies

Chocolate Zucchini Brownies

  These bars are filled with chocolate goodness....do I have to say more? Not only are they gluten free, but they are also vegan. The secret ingredient to these bars is chickpeas. You may be tempted to sit down and dig in with a spoon or fork, I know I ...
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Peanut Butter Zucchini Bars

Peanut Butter Zucchini Bars

 These Peanut Butter Zucchini Bars are light, moist, a little gooey and protein packed! They are made with chickpeas and include lighter version of peanut butter, PB2. PB2 is just a powder formed a peanut butter with less calories. You can make these as plain or as fancy as you ...
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Frozen Banana Stick Popsicles

Frozen Banana Stick Popsicles – AIP, Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian

  I eat one of these Frozen Banana Sticks every morning as part of my breakfast. When these bananas are left to thaw just a little bit, they are creamy and smooth to the palate. To me they are almost like eating an ice cream bar for breakfast and who wouldn't ...
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How to Sprout Chia Seeds

How to Sprout Chia Seeds

How to Sprout Chia Seeds - A DIY Guide How to Sprout Chia Seeds - A DIY Guide Dish: unglazed terracotta (ceramic or clay. Can also use an unglazed pie plat or plant saucers)Some sort of clear cover for the dish (can be glass or plastic)Spray bottleChia seeds Sprinkle chia ...
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Chocolate Chia Pudding

Chocolate Chia Pudding

    This Chocolate Chia Pudding is just my Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding with cocoa powder added to make it chocolatey! Off course you could always add in coconut if you want to and make it almond joy flavored (my favorite). Add chocolate chips, coconut chunks, or even coconut extract ...
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Creamy Vanilla Cinnamon Hot Chocolate

Creamy Vanilla Cinnamon Chocolate

  As the weather is turning colder this is the perfect drink to snuggle up into the fall season with (and winter too). I find that it is ironic that this is a hot chocolate recipe without chocolate! However, I love the flavors of cinnamon and vanilla together. There is ...
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Healthy Protein Powder Hot Chocolate

Healthy Protein Powder Hot Chocolate

 This Healthy Protein Powder Hot Chocolate is packed with protein packed and a delicious way to start your day! Also enjoy as part of a healthy snack or to feel warm and cozy on a cold autumn or winter day! What I love about using protein powder for hot chocolate ...
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Stevia Sweetened Cranberry Dessert Sauce

Easy Cranberry Dessert

It's cranberry season! If you live in the mid-west its time to take advantage of this fall fruit. Traditionally cranberries make an appearance on thanksgiving tables across the nation, but nothing says you can't pick up a bag at your local grocery store and whip up some delicious treats. Cranberries ...
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Cauliflower Rice - A "How To" Guide

Cauliflower Rice – A “How To” Guide

Don't be daunted! Ricing cauliflower is easy and simple. It only takes a few steps and turns out super delicious! Riced cauliflower is a simple and fun way to add more vegetables into your day. Of course, it is not a true replacement of rice, but it comes pretty darn ...
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Stuffed Baked Apples

Stuffed Baked Apples – great for breakfast!

Today's post is all about. . . .Stuffed Baked Apples.  Imagine waking up to the smell of apple pie baking in the oven on a crisp fall day. That is exactly what happens when these amazing little guys are made for breakfast. These baked apples are perfect to make for ...
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Cinnamon Spice Pumpkin Butter

Cinnamon Spice Pumpkin Butter

This Cinnamon Spice Pumpkin Butter is a whole lot of spice and a whole lot of nice! When I made this recipe I went a little too heavy on the spices...yikes! So, I scaled down the spices a bit for you, but if you want to feel free to add in ...
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Cucumber Tomato Blue Cheese Salad

Cucumber Tomato Blue Cheese Salad

 This Cucumber Tomato Blue Cheese Salad was my lunch today.  I will admit that I absolutely love blue cheese. I could eat it by the spoonful....actually, that might be too rich for me. However I do love blue cheese and like to eat it plain (not by the spoonful though) ...
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Apple Leek Soup

Apple Leek Soup

 Looking for a quick weeknight meal? Well look no further, because you may just have found your answer here with this Apple Leek Soup recipe! If you like sweet and savory then this recipe is for your. Ok, I will be honest it is more savory than sweet, but if ...
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Pumpkin Chia Seed Pudding

Pumpkin Chia Seed Pudding

  This pumpkin chia seed pudding tastes like a pumpkin tapioca pudding or pumpkin pie  if you ask me. It is delicious while being nutritious and not to mention you get a full serving a vegetables in this sweet treat! Enjoy this recipe in fall or any time of the ...
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Spaghetti Squash with Mussels and Marinara

Spaghetti Squash with Mussels and Marinara

If you are from the Midwest chances are you don't have access to fresh seafood. You do however have access to great beef, pork, and chicken. As a result this what you probably end up eating for most dinners. Well, this weekend at Aldi (grocery store) I noticed out of ...
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Layered Chocolate Pumpkin Chia Parfait

Layered Chocolate Pumpkin Chia Parfait

Nothing says fall better than pumpkin....the flavors of fall are my all time favorite of them all. This is especially true when chocolate and caramel is added into the mix. Pumpkin has to be on the top of my list and this decadent treat is sure to satisfy almost any ...
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Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding

Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding

Today's post is for the recipe Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding. I knew that chia seeds were very good for a person's health, but I didn't realize how good they were. After discovering their unique properties and seeing a couple of recipes from other blogs that used chia seed I knew ...
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A DIY Guide to Growing Alfalfa Sprouts

A DIY Guide to Growing Alfalfa Sprouts

Do you want to DIY Guide to Growing Alfalfa Sprouts! Grow your own sprouts at home, but don't know how? Growing sprouts at home is easy and more affordable than buying them from your local grocer. Alfalfa seeds or any type of sprouting seeds will work with the following method ...
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