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Basic Gluten Free Granola

I love this recipe.

A friend of mine shared it with me several years ago, and it’s now my go-to granola recipe. It’s simple, basic and has become the granola recipe I use to then build upon. I store my homemade granola in an airtight container and keep it in the refrigerator. My children enjoy it for snacks, or with milk poured over it as a cereal, or sprinkled on top ice cream. Read more

Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream

you know what’s good about making your own ice cream? everything, that’s what.

it’s usually cheaper, tastier, and prettier. and for goodness’ sakes, you can actually SEE what is in the thing that you’re about to ingest. or better yet, what your children are about to ingest.

if you are what you eat, then lately we’re pumpkins. Read more

coconut butter bars

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