Sausage gravy is the perfect compliment to any southern breakfast, and now it’s dairy- & grain-free. We love this gravy served over biscuits or fried eggs. Otto’s Cassava Flour is what makes this gravy possible, as it’s the closest grain-free replacement for wheat flour out there.
Egg salad is such an easy recipe to make, and a great one to have in your emergency arsenal. This one includes dill pickles and smoked paprika for a change of pace from the standard egg salad.
Dairy-free yogurt options at the store have all sorts of strange and potentially dangerous ingredients (carrageenan, anybody?), and make a true dairy-free yogurt at home is expensive and time-consuming. This instant “yogurt” uses only 7 basic ingredients and is ready in under 5 minutes.
Don’t skip this classic comfort food because of dairy and grains. This dairy-free, grain-free, paleo-friendly chicken noodle soup is as good as the original
Spice up your boring breakfast with flavorful eggs with sauteed peppers and onions, and a sprinkle of fresh chives. These are the easiest and tastiest scrambled eggs. Paired with restaurant-style crispy potatoes, you’ve got the best breakfast!
Asparagus, white potatoes, and bacon combine to make an easy and delicious side dish that’s paleo and Whole30, and is great for post-workout carbs.
Slowcooked sweet potatoes are the easiest way to prepare a lot of “baked” potatoes at one time without heating up your entire kitchen. This is a great way to have an easy source of carbs on hand right after a workout or for surprise dinner guests.
How do you make sure kids will eat all their broccoli and not feed it to the dog? Cook it in bacon, of course! This super simple side dish will get gobbled up in no time, guaranteed.
Traditionally made with brown sugar, this paleo version relies on the natural sweetness of tomatoes and maybe a bit of coconut sugar if you prefer. Piled on top of paleo waffle, this is about as perfect a comfort food as you can get.
It’s basically impossible to find any ketchup in the store without some form of added refined sugar or weird preservatives, so make your own. This recipe not only leaves out the nasty stuff and is only sweetened with honey (you may also opt to not sweeten it at all), but it has the perfect blend of flavors from tomatoes and 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.
Coconut Curry Chicken is one of those easy set-it-and-forget-it type of meals that everyone in the family will devour and then ask for more. Restaurant quality food right at your dining room table.
An often overlooked veggie due to it’s “weirdness”, Brussels sprouts are surprisingly delicious and the most-requested vegetable in our home. Why? Because I cook them in bacon and drizzle it with balsamic vinegar. Doesn’t get much better than that.
Most commercial tomato soups have added sugars and some pretty strange ingredients. I found this out the hard way when my kids had a craving and there was nothing I was okay buying them. Naturally, I created my own recipe with ingredients I felt good feeding my own kids.
Egg Drop Soup is typically made with cornstarch as a thickener, but this grain-free version uses arrowroot starch instead and is restaurant quality in the comfort of your own kitchen.
Avocados ripen in the blink of an eye, so be ready to make the best guacamole when they do with this Tomatillo Starter. Keep a jar in the fridge for a salsa dip or add some to an avocado. Perfect dip either way.