This low-carb broccoli cheddar soup has a wonderfully smokiness to it that really puts it over the top. If you’re not a fan of that smoky flavor, you can use regular cheddar and paprika. This is a family favorite around here and I’m sure it will be in your home too.
This zero-carb (that’s right, ZERO) high-fat whipped cream is the perfect topping for any dessert, or even to eat right off the spoon.
This low carb Cranberry relish is the perfect addition to your Keto holiday spread.
This Perfect Paleo Powder instant breakfast cereal is the perfect breakfast or snack to pre-make and prepare anytime. It’s easy and delicious.
This Virgin Maple Mojito has no refined-sugar and is kid-friendly, making it the perfect summer drink for the entire family.
These Skillet Sweet Potatoes are a favorite side dish, we like to make a large batch to keep them on hand for quick side dishes throughout the week.
These are perfect little snacks to toss in kids’ lunchboxes, as after-school snacks, hiking/camping snacks, or when you need a quick boost in energy.
This chocolate protein powder uses only 4 ingredients, is vegan-friendly, and is the perfect replacement for breakfast on those rushed mornings.
Delicious and easy to make Keto Coconut Pancakes made with Coconut flour & simple keto ingredients. + Keto Caramel Sauce (the perfect alternative to a poor choice).
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.
We have enjoyed this soup both with and without the addition of the pork sausage, so it is both Whole30 and vegan friendly. This minestrone soup tastes even better than the endless soup from a certain chain restaurant, and you can make you own endless salad to go along with it.
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.
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.
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 […]