This grain-free, dairy-free 14-Layer Chocolate-Strawberry Cake will be the most impressive (and delicious) thing on your table this year. Perfect for Valentine’s Day or any special occasion.
This paleo version of yorkshire puddings is made with Otto’s Cassava Flour to keep it grain-free and pairs perfectly with our Perfect Prime Rib Au Jus.
This method of cooking the perfect, paleo prime rib will give you the delicious, melty meat you’re mouth has been watering for. Ingredients do not include dairy or grain.
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.
Typically, truffles are made with dairy, utilizing heavy cream to make the thick ganache filling. But for those of us with dairy-intolerances or that just follow the paleo diet for overall health, this can be a problem. To keep these dairy-free, we use full-fat coconut milk, which ensures that we’re dairy-free but still get all that creamy deliciousness in our ganache.
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.
Have you ever had plans to do something, then something else happens that sidetracks you and it takes you a while to get back to it? Yeah, me too. Like this recipe. I’m actually embarrassed to say I started on it back in July 2014. Is 18 months too long of a sidetrack? Maybe it […]
Many, many, many Christmases ago (okay, maybe it was only 8-ish years, but it feels like way more), I decided it would be fun to whip up about 8-10 different holiday treats for about a dozen different families. I went all out, for real. I got these adorable little candy-striped boxes, and holiday bags and […]
This cake. I had planned on making this cake in celebration of my (gulp) 35th birthday (which is a week from tomorrow). But I couldn’t wait until my actual birthday to share this with you. I had to post it immediately. But let me just tell you, all the moms/grandmas/aunts/sisters/girls/women in your life would probably love you forever if you made them this cake for their birthday. Just saying…
I’ve been craving a really great frosting for a couple months now. My old go-to (pre-paleo) was the usual: powdered sugar, butter, cream. You know, classic buttercream. I had mastered it. Enter paleo, and not a single one of those ingredients is on the “ok” list. So I was back to square one. In my […]
Oh man, this past week has made me extremely aware (more than usual, somehow) that food prep is so incredibly important on a Whole30. I mean, I always knew this, I practice it often, but something about this past week has just hammered it home. Now that the holidays are over, traveling has come to […]
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The holidays have ended and the new year is upon us. Time for 25% of us to make promising, hopeful resolutions while the remaining 75% of us make hopeless failures of those resolutions. Although I’m one of the 75%, I really do wish I had more willpower […]
Rice pudding is a family tradition for us, and we can’t just not eat it because it’s loaded with dairy. So I altered my mother-in-law’s recipe handed down through the generations to make it dairy-free, yet still staying true to the flavor and texture that we all know and love. And now you can love it too.
Well, where has the time gone? We are in the heat of December (or the chill? You know what I mean…), and the holidays are fast approaching. Christmas concerts, holiday parties, cheer and merriment. And of course FOOD! Food is love and as you spend time with friends and family the urge to overindulge surrounds us.