What We Eat: Teriyaki Beef Kabobs (Paleo, Whole30)

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Last week I shared how I managed to stretch a meal originally planned for 4 to be enough for 8 people…this week, the concept is similar. Fruits and vegetables can make a meal stretch. Use these instead of grains and you’ve got a paleo plan you can afford to stick with. Because we purchase our […]

What We Eat: Roasted Kielbasa and Roasted Vegetable Packet Dinner

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Sometimes I get in a blogging rut. I mean, I love sharing with you and I love getting to know all of you…but sometimes I find myself without any recipes because, well, what we eat doesn’t always need a recipe! I guess that happens when you move over to clean eating. Really, once you get […]

The Best Gluten-Free Bread Ever! (Done 2 Ways!)

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We are almost an the entire way through Celiac Awareness Month and I have failed to post a single recipe. Like many of you, this time of the year for my family of 7 is filled with sports events, end of the year concerts, talent shows, birthdays, holidays and more… It is just a wee […]

Pulled Pork with Pineapple Salsa over Roasted Acorn Squash

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Two weeks ago I shared a simple recipe for 3-ingredient crockpot pulled pork. Today, I wanted to share with you one of our favorite ways to enjoy this! This Pulled Pork with Pineapple Salsa over Roasted Acorn Squash goes together quickly enough (once the pork has been cooked) that it makes for a great work/school […]

3-ingredient Crockpot Pulled Pork

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One of the most difficult things to do when feeding a large family a nutrient-dense diet is to maintain and keep a tight budget. There are many tricks that I use to do this; we source from local farms as often as possible; often through local Farmer’s Markets but also by going to their farms, […]

Simple Frittata (mix and match!)

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As we prepare for our New Year, New You, Naturally cleanse, I am doing my best to get back in the habit of making high-protein, vegetable rich breakfasts. I find that my week flows a lot easier when I plan ahead, and I stick to my plan much more effectively when I make one or […]

Healthy Lunchbox 2014: Janet from The Taste Space

Last year, Janet from The Taste Space shared with us a luscious Salad in a Jar. Her Topaz Dragon Ginger Dressing is one of my all-time favorite salad dressing solutions. As an opening recipe to this year’s Healthy Lunchbox series, this Quinoa Protein Bowl is an excellent choice for those who is meat-free or simply enjoys an […]

Momma’s Turkey

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Thanksgiving is right around the corner.  Two weeks away. Seriously!?! Where has this year gone? In deciding which recipes I needed to share before the big day arrives, I spent some time flipping through the pages of my blog and realized that I have spent a lot of time sharing my favorite sides like Paleo […]

Paleo Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal

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It’s officially fall! Time for all things pumpkin! From steamers to vegan caramel pecan pumpkin pie in a jar, I’ve given you many wonderful ways to enjoy this lovely squash. Today, in true fall fashion, I’d like to share with you what has quickly become a favorite post-workout breakfast for my family and me. Sweet like […]

Easy Peasy Healing Bone Broth

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If you do a general search on the healing powers of bone broth, you will come up with more than 50,000 articles, blog posts and references with why you should incorporate this amazingly simple remedy into your diet. Known especially for its power to heal the gut, bone broth is something I managed to add […]

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