There’s no pretty name for these things. In fact, they aren’t all that pretty either. But they are good. That, I can promise. And around my house, my personal favorite way to eat them is to pile them with eggs, avocado and veggies (and maybe a little hot sauce or salsa). As for my children, they like them fresh out of the oven (plain), or cold with a little jam spread on top, and sometimes with a spread of nut butter and a drizzle of honey and fruit sliced on top. However you eat them, you’re guaranteed to enjoy them. Read more
it helps, in my household, to have several easy-to-grab snacks and breakfast items already prepared for school mornings. these breakfast cookies are a win, in my house. and i hope they are in yours, too. Read more
i’ve been trying to come up with a protein bar that my whole family will eat. mainly one that won’t fall apart and that doesn’t require some sort of syrup to hold it together. i like the Kind bars, but they have more sugar than i prefer. nothing i’ve used as a binder has held these bars together, thus far. after looking at several recipes, i combined several ideas and found one that i think we will all like. and it gives good room for adding your favorite ingredients.
and the magic ingredient that holds it all together is Read more
these muffins are probably the best banana bread/muffins i’ve eaten. hands down. gluten or gluten-free diet, these are my favorites. Read more
it may look like dirt. but i promise, it’s clean.
i can’t remember how i stumbled upon this recipe idea, but am i ever glad that i did.
i wasn’t a big milk and cereal eater, pre-gluten/grain-free days, but i do like cereal. and sometimes i just need an easy go-to for breakfast. this is a family favorite. we keep it stored in the refrigerator and it stays so crunchy. it’s not pretty to look at, really, but oh my gracious. it is absolutely delicious with milk poured over. it’s good eaten plain or over coconut yogurt or homemade coconut ice cream. Read more
i enjoy making snacks for my children that i know they’ll eat. i also really love knowing exactly what they’re eating. and these muffins pack a really good punch. they’re full of good antioxidants and vit A from the pumpkin and a good amount of protein from the eggs and almond flour you’re using to make them. Read more