These are a simple, grain-free, and yummy snack (I’m assuming they’re yummy — I don’t personally like bananas, but my kids devour them). These freeze well, too, so they can easily be kept on hand for quick snacks, even on the go. Since they’re grain-free, they’re appropriate for GAPS and for very young eaters, too. Read More
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Recently I experimented with a traditional pound cake (which is equal parts butter, eggs, sugar, and flour). I used sucanat and sprouted flour. It was pretty darn yummy, and I really like that texture. It is very high in sugar, though! Then, several days later, I was inspired to bake something with almond flour. The Read More
I’ve been doing desserts lately and that’s great. Who doesn’t love dessert? And baking, like last week’s honey-oat bread? But now it’s time to turn back to the main course. You have to have something to eat besides just cookies, right? These beef steaks with creamy mushroom gravy fit the bill. They’re reminiscent of salisbury Read More
I thought it might be interesting to see if I could use coconut flour to make a type of gingerbread. Now, I don’t — unfortunately — really like the way coconut flour bakes. Never have. But my kids do, and my husband is back on GAPS, so… coconut flour it is. These muffins are totally Read More
Curious what the most popular recipes of 2011 were? Maybe you’ve missed one, if you’re a newer reader! Here are some yummy dishes to try! White Bean Vanilla Cake Almond Flour Muffins Almond Flour Carrot Cake Kombucha Chicken and Potatoes Coconut Chocolate Muffins Chocolate Cake ( GAPS friendly) Chocolate Fudge Apple Upside Down Muffins Chocolate Read More
Rebekah’s story is kind of long. But it explains everything that we’re up against! A brief summary — Bekah has suffered from allergies since she was very young, and we’re still struggling to figure it out. She’s a bit language delayed and we recently found out she’s severely deficient in certain nutrients. This story details my pregnancy, her birth, and her life, as well as everything we’ve learned so far. As we try/learn more, I will post updates!