Good news… you can still have hummus while following the Paleo diet! All you have to do is replace chickpeas with roasted cauliflower. Thank goodness for cauliflower, right?! It’s a magic vegetable. I’ve used it to make Alfredo, cauliflower rice, pizza crust, and hummus. What would us Paleo people do without it?!by
Fact: you can never have too many grain-free banana bread recipes. There are just too many variations to be made! Like this Blueberry Chia Banana Bread, for example. It’s soft, scrumptious, and full of bursts of juicy blueberries on the inside, and it has a lovely hard crust on the outside (thanks to the chia seeds).
The mixture of banana and blueberry flavors is on point. Which is super convenient, considering blueberries have been on sale at the store lately. Read moreby
Life has been moving so quickly lately. I’ve been having to make an effort to stop, breathe, and enjoy the moment. Which is easier said than done, but thinking of my favorite things definitely helps. Well at least thinking of my current favorite things…
My favorite things change with the seasons and right now, I have been enjoying snap dragons, afternoon thunderstorms, cherries, baking clafoutis, and this Paleo Zoodle Chicken Stir Fry. Read moreby
I feel like scones can be the answer to SO many questions. What should I eat with this coffee? Umm…scones. What should I make when a friend comes over for tea? Definitely scones. What can I bake that would be easy to grab and go? Mmmm, scones. And more recently… What should I bring on a 10 hour road trip? Scones!
And by scones, I mean paleo, gluten free, dairy free, non-processed scones. Duh! Read moreby
I’ve been tasting, trying, and comparing different caesar salad dressings for the past few weeks now. My taste buds have been searching for the key to the distinct tangy flavor of caesar salad dressing. I thought that I’d figure it out rigghhht quick, but then I realized that maybe there is no “key”…
Despite the garlicy, lemony, and creamy flavors that unite most caesar salad dressings, they can still all taste SO different.by
All you need to make these Sweet and Sour Summer Strawberries is a little apple cider vinegar, maple syrup, vanilla, and strawberries… simple as that!
The play between the sweetness of the maple and the sourness of the apple cider vinegar, mixed with natural sweet/sour flavor of the strawberries is really refreshing! And it’s a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth. Which is why this recipe has been my go-to dessert recipe lately. Read moreby
Every time I come across a new favorite juice or a new juice discovery, I feel like I need to share it so that everyone can experience it too. Which is why I’m sharing this Beta-Carotene Antioxidant Boost recipe today! It’s full of sweet potato, carrot, mango and pineapple, and it just couldn’t be any more delicious.
This juice get’s it’s beautiful color from the beta-carotene in the sweet potato and carrots. The pineapple adds a great anti-inflammatory property to it. Annnd it’s just loaded with vitamin A, vitamin C, antioxidants… the list goes on! This means that it’s great for your skin, for your eyes, and for your immune system. And since you’re drinking these fruits and veggies in their raw state, you get the added benefit of immediate nourishment. Read moreby
I recently ran out of space on computer because there were thousands of food photos in my iPhoto. Food blogger problems… haha. My only external hard drive was already full because I recently filled it with 15,000 photos from college and the following years after… (maybe I just have a photo problem?), so I bought another hard drive. In the process of transferring photos onto my hard drive, I started looking at old photos, which basically lead to everything taking much longer than it should have. Hours longer, actually. Read moreby
I was cleaning out the pantry the other day (spring cleaning) and I found quite a few lost and forgotten items. Some of them I had to toss because they lived long past their due dates, but some of them were goods that I could immediately make good use of! I love when that happens. I found a bag of dried figs that had fallen behind a box, a small bag of tapioca flour that was hidden among the dried fruit and nut section, and an extra bag of almond flour. Score! Read moreby