Confession: this was my first time to bake with buckwheat! Buckwheat is naturally high in protein, and there’s tons of fiber from the oats, buckwheat, and applesauce. These tasty little muffins are a welcome reprieve in my breakfast routine!
This year, I ended my 32-year committed relationship with sugar. But I’m not missing out on sweets because I have a trick up my sleeve for a DIY blend that substitutes for sugar cup for cup!
Salted caramel is one of my favorite flavors, and I’m still finding new ways to use this perfectly sweet + salty duo — like dairy-free ice cream! This healthy ice cream is so easy and only has 4 ingredients, so I’m fairly confident you can knock this out in minutes!
When our son was invited to go trout fishing on the last day of the season and caught some, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with them. With the sweetness of corn and the smokiness of bacon, this trout chowder is nourishing, hearty, and not fishy AT ALL!
Changing leaves are beautiful, and I certainly love the cooler temperatures, but fall food? Man, oh man… Fall flavors in particular! Pumpkin, cinnamon, cloves, maple syrup, and of course, APPLES! Try these no-bake treats — there’s no gluten, grains, dairy, eggs, soy, nuts, tree nuts, or refined sugar!
Comfort food looks like a cheesy casserole, my mom’s chicken fried steak, and chicken noodle soup. And jambalaya. Oh, how I love thee…Tonight we’re having some Southern comfort… easy and spicy Instant Pot jambalaya (hello! only 1 pot!)!
It’s pumpkin cake. For breakfast. Does it really need any more introduction?? Totally gluten-free, soaked for maximum digestion, and full of protein, you’ll be eating this pumpkin breakfast cake on many a fall morning!
These fudgy, mocha-delicious, low-glycemic brownies are grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and sugar-free! They just might be the healthiest brownies you’ve ever had!
Hey y’all! I’m over at Traditional Cooking School today, sharing a super simple recipe kids can make themselves… Frozen Melon Kebabs! These are just like my Frozen Berry Kebabs, but with juicy summer melons!
Once you’ve eaten all your crispy, delicious Bubbie’s pickles, you’ll be left with about 2 cups of liquid that’s still full of fermenting potential! I have cultured veggies with a starter culture, with whey, and with salt only — and I LOVE using Bubbie’s Pickles liquid as my starter culture!