Photo Credit:NourishingSimplicity This is a guest post by Katie Stanley of Nourishing Simplicity. We are having a series of guest posts this month and next so that Kate can enjoy her new baby! Mexican is one of my favorite cusinses. I eat it several times a week, oh course that might have something to do Read More
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For Thanksgiving this year, I tried out a brined, slow-roasted turkey. Everyone agreed it was amazing. Although Thanksgiving is now over, there’s still Christmas coming. And perhaps you want to make a turkey for it. Or perhaps you just want to make a turkey because turkey is awesome. Or, you know, there’s always next year. Read More
Chicken parmesan is delicious. Really, what else can I say? We love it. Of course, it’s traditionally served with white pasta, which is not healthy and makes for a very grain-heavy meal. To combat that, I served mine with spaghetti squash. That ups the nutrition factor big time, and it’s just as cheap. As Read More
This is the one and only thing I have put into my freezer…about 3 lbs. of chicken nuggets. At least there’s that, right? Though I’d better get moving on the rest…. But today I’ll share the recipe for this one. Ingredients: 1 lb. of chicken 1 c. sprouted flour or almond flour 1 tsp. sea Read More
Today’s recipe is a sneak peek from Healthy Pregnancy Super Foods, which is being released next Monday, January 1Oth! This book is primarily aimed at pregnant women who are looking to simplify good nutrition. Especially if you’re used to books that teach you about many different food groups and nutrients and make you count things, or Read More
Creamed chicken is a wonderful comfort food. With the temperatures getting colder, comfort food is in order! I especially loved this one as a kid (from the frozen food section, then), so now I have created my own version. Delicious, creamy, oh-so-satisfying. Ingredients: 1/4 c. onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 4 tbsp. butter 2 Read More
Back before we ate real food, we used to love going to Wendy’s and getting spicy chicken sandwiches. Now that we don’t eat fast food, we hadn’t had them in awhile. However, recently I decided to make them myself! They were delicious; the whole family enjoyed them. I hope you will too! Ingredients: 1 lb. Read More
**This post is linked to Pennywise Platters Thursday at The Nourishing Gourmet, Tuesday Twister at GNOWFGLINS, Real Food Wednesdays at Kelly the Kitchen Kop and Wheatless Wednesdays at Naturally Knocked Up!** I came up with this recipe when a friend visited. It was delicious. She said “I hate chicken, but I love this!” The juicy, Read More
I invented this one night when I was craving a creamy, saucy chicken. It’s delicious! It can be modified to be GAPS-friendly by using ghee instead of butter and coconut milk, and simply uncovering to reduce the sauce (before adding milk) instead of using flour. Serve it over rice, mashed potatoes, or, for GAPS, steamed cauliflower.
Seeing as it’s Christmas Eve, and I don’t have all my presents wrapped (oops!), I only have a quick recipe for you today. It’s a great, fast dinner for nights (like tonight), when you’re too busy to do much cooking but you want something yummy and Real Food.
A collection of favorite gluten-free, casein-free Thanksgiving recipes. If you’re not “free” of anything, feel free to use “real” bread or butter instead of coconut oil. Although I love the coconut oil so much I might use it even if we weren’t dairy-free!