Love pizza but the crust is off limits due to dietary restrictions? This one-skillet pizza dinner is what you need. All the taste, none of the gut-irritating ingredients.
This is our family's favorite chili, and not just because it has bacon in it. It's not too spicy for the kids but still has enough spice and flavor for the adults. It's so hearty and tastes so good, you won't even notice there are no beans in it.
Otto's Cassava Flour is the secret ingredient that gives this stew a thick base while keeping it grain- and gluten-free. We prefer to cook this in the Instant Pot because it's done in an hour, but this is also a great slow-cooker recipe.
This quiche is easy to make and tastes great reheated days later. With nutritional yeast in place of cheese, and a grain-free crust, you get all the flavor you'd expect with none of the gut-irritants. It's a kid favorite around here, constant begging for seconds and thirds. And I mean, c'mon, bacon.
Meatloaf is good, but you know what makes it great? Making them miniatures and packing them with veggies. They're cute and sneaky, and best of all, they're delicious!
By Nicole Bobik
Plain eggs and potatoes can be a boring breakfast day in and day out. Shake it up a bit by making these simple Eggs In A Nest. The sweet potatoes get a boost in flavor with the addition of sweet apples and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar.
Not nearly as time-intensive as the beautiful dish made in the animated film, but just as delicious, if not more so. The addition of ground beef makes this a hearty meal that will fill tummies and make everyone happy.
There are two ways to make this dinner: paleo or primal. We are not hard and fast on the no-dairy rule in paleo. We avoid nearly all dairy, but on occasion we will eat some cheese or use butter in cooking. Feel free to leave out the cheese if dairy bothers you. It's all good.