When my husband and I were on the (temporary) GAPS Diet to improve our gut health, one of our favorite treats hands down was Russian Custard. It is an excellent substitute for dairy cream and works well for any recipe which uses it. Coconut cream is also a good sub, but not everyone enjoys the flavor of coconut.
When I was a little girl, my favorite treat to find in my basket on Easter morning were those pink and yellow marshmallow bunnies and chicks, better known as peeps. You know the ones I’m talking about?
Boxes and boxes of those marshmallow peeps in every color of the rainbow are lined up just inside the entrance of most grocery stores right about now to encourage Moms and Dads to choose the grab and go approach to filling their children’s Easter baskets.
When my kids are home from school, they are usually ravenous come mid-afternoon. Providing a snack that steadies the blood sugar, provides nutrition, and is yummy to boot can be a real challenge!
In this video lesson, I’ll show you how I prepare one of the most popular snacks I serve in my home –
With treats like this that are amazingly delicious as well as backside slimming, it is easy to limit those grain based foods while sacrificing nothing in the taste and satisfaction department!
After more than 15 years of using the Nourishing Traditions Cookbook as a primary guide for all my traditional cooking endeavors, it amazes me how I can still find new recipes that I haven’t tried before that delight my family!
I just recently had this experience once again while I was thumbing through my very well worn,
With summer here and peaches ripe, juicy and in season, I’ve got a serious hankering for some warm, Paleo peach cobbler made with extra filling sprouted almond flour instead of wheat.
I like to make this dish even in the winter with organic sliced peaches still in the freezer from when they were in season the summer before.
Several friends have been raving to me lately about kale chips, a delicious new way to enjoy your leafy greens. Now, I really don’t know if this is new or not in the grand scheme of things; in fact, I suspect it is not new at all. There are probably folks reading this post who have been making this recipe for some time!