Paleo Garlic Cheese Biscuits

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A few weeks ago, my friend Shirley Braden from Gluten-Free Easily posted her recipe for Garlic Cheese Biscuits. When she shared the link over on Facebook, I commented on how amazing her biscuits looked to which she said: “Sunny, I’m looking for you to make a grain-free version. I haven’t gotten to that yet, but […]

Lemon Infused Brussels

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There is no doubt that I love my greens. Kale, spinach, arugula and more! There is scarcely a green that my family won’t eat. That is, unless you are a brussel sprout. It wasn’t until going gluten-free that I learned to love brussel sprouts. Before then I gagged at the thought. No matter how they […]

Potatoes au Gratin (Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Vegan Option Noted)

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I do not eat potatoes often; my body just isn’t ready to process that many carbs. That being said, Thanksgiving only comes once a year and these cheesy, delicious slices are worth a once-a-year indulgence. One of my favorite Thanksgiving sides, I am pleased to share these with you today. May your holiday be filled […]

Paleo Green Bean Casserole

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Growing up, my stepmother always told me she was a horrible cook. The thing is, I loved her food.  Simple meals made at home are still homemade meals. Living in the small town that we lived in, there weren’t many opportunities to run and grab take-out or fast food and so that meant that we […]

Cream of Mushroom Soup (Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Paleo, Vegan Option)

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With the holidays upon us, there are some staples that one cannot live without this time of the year. Unfortunately, allergies, food sensitivities and auto-immune syndromes can often lead to feeling like we have to miss out on many of our favorite foods. Not so, I say! With the exception of baklava, there are few […]

Rainbow Salad

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One day, my husband looked at me lovingly and said those five little words many of us never expect to hear: “Honey, I miss your salad.” Yes, my salad. I guess it had been a few weeks since I had made one of my nutrient-packed salads and my husband had a craving. Now if only […]

Healthy Lunchbox 2012: Peachy Coconut Streusel Muffins

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When most people think of muffins, they think high-carb, grain-filled, low-nutritional value item. The last thing I want to feed my children is anything that meets that type of description. The great thing about grain-free cooking is that a majority of flours (nut, seed and coconut) are naturally high in fabulous fiber, protein and nutrients.  […]

Roasted Red Pepper Paleo Hummus

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I must admit that, when giving up legumes, hummus was not high on my list of things I would miss. Don’t get me wrong…I love a good hummus. It’s just not one of those things that was on our regular shopping list.  In fact, previously, I might purchase hummus once a year and I might […]

Roasted Garlic, Basil and Tomato Paleo Tart

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This week on FoodNetwork Summer Fest, food and garden bloggers are joining up to share their favorite tomato recipes. I don’t know about the other Summer Fest bloggers, but for me this was no easy task.  You see, tomatoes are a staple in our home. Quartered tomatoes are the perfect side with our morning breakfast. […]

Growing Up Isn’t So Bad, Peter Pan Squash Spiced Oven Fries

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Today on FoodNetwork Summer Fest, food and garden bloggers are joining up to highlight the vibrant staple: Summer Squash. Oddly enough, the title “Summer Squash” has less to do with the time a squash is grown or harvested and more to do with the sustainability of a squash. You see, summer squash like zucchini, yellow […]

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