This House Salad w/ Hot Bacon Honey Mustard Dressing is restaurant quality right in your own home. Naturally gluten-free with a dairy-free option.
Dill is an often under-utilized herb because it is most commonly associated with pickles and not much else. But in cultures outside of America, it is widely used in a variety of dishes.
A galette is a term used in French cuisine and is basically a freeform pie that is made on a flat surface and not in an actual pie plate.
Meringue cookies are one of those “fancy” cookies that is often overlooked because it seems too complicated. This is probably due to the fact that it has it’s roots in French, Italian, and Swiss baking and that alone is enough to intimidate a novice baker. But meringue is actually very simple and straightforward to make with impressive results.
There are certain staples that are expected to be on every American holiday table, and apple pie is overwhelmingly at the top of that list. Whether it’s in it’s classic form, or served as a crumble, dutch-style, or a slab pie, sweet and cinnamon-y apples baked into a flaky crust is traditionally preferred over pumpkin and pecan pies.
These homemade larabars require very few ingredients. Don’t pay a buck for a bar when you can make it fresh at home in any flavor combination you want.
Takeout dinners are so tempting. You manage to make it through the whole day successfully, then you remember that your kids have activities that evening and you completely forgot to cook dinner and everyone’s tummies are grumbling (and their mouths are whining).
Switching up breakfast with something like a dairy free quiche option is sometimes exactly what is needed (to help keep you motivated).
The end of Daylight Savings has had some unexpected consequences around here. No, not a disruption of kids’ schedules, or mild depression over the fact that it looks like midnight at 5pm (ok, maybe a little bit of that). The real problem is with the chickens. This will be our second winter as chicken parents, […]
A roundup of some of the best holiday recipes for Thanksgiving this year. Thanksgiving brings friends and family together like no other holiday. A celebration of love and… food! And because food is at the center of the gathering, use these tried and true recipes to make sure everything is perfect. This Paleo Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup links to several […]
These balsamic and red wine braised short ribs are the perfect comfort food on a chilly winter day. Made with coconut sugar and paleo-friendly ingredients, these are a kid favorite.
I’ve been on a dehydrating kick lately. When we had an overflow of peaches so I made fruit leather with them, as well as dehydrating slices (so good, by the way). The fruit leather was a hit with the kids, but I ran out of peaches, and wanted to use what I already had on […]
I’ve been contemplating a pancake recipe for quite a while now. We’ve been cheating on paleo with a gluten-free recipe that’s made with rice flour, so it’s still gluten-free, just not strict paleo. I knew that we needed pancakes made with my all-time favorite Otto’s Naturals cassava flour instead, so I got to work. But, […]
First things first: yes, this recipe contains dairy. And no, dairy is not considered paleo. White potatoes are good to go on the paleo diet, though. That said, our family does, on occasion, eat dairy. It’s not a staple in our diet, but we do splurge and this is one of those splurges for us. […]
For Labor Day weekend, our family took our last camping trip of the season. Just before we left, I realized I still had over 2 dozen peaches that would go bad if we left them at home for the 4 days we would be gone. So with 2 days to spare, I made as much […]