these cookies are little bites of ginger goodness. they’re a satisfying sweet treat, minus processed sugars that give you that awful rise and fall in blood sugar. and the bonus is that they’re filled with good protein.
remember when i taught you how to make coconut butter? now, before i give you the recipes for these bad boys, you need to go cut up a really tart granny smith apple. dunk it in your freshly made coconut butter. isn’t that just the most delicious combo?!
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 […]
if you’ve ever made babyfood for your babes, this will remind you a LOT of that. this is such an easy soup. and it can become a delicious base as you add your own toppings, or leave it bare. i try to grab the biggest butternut squash i can find. for that reason, this recipe […]
i am so excited to share this recipe with you. and you’ll be excited to share it with your loves, too. especially if you’re on a gluten/grain free diet and miss enjoying pizza from time-to-time. this recipe is so easy to make.
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.
every little kid (and big) loves S’mores, right? enjoy these gluten-free graham crackers. they’re so simple to make. and when not using them as the holders of chocolate and marshmallows, you can spread a nut butter and top with fruit. you will love the flavor combo.