Purely by accident, I discovered that toasting then blending coconut results in a smooth, creamy No-Peanut Butter! It’s taste and color are soooo peanut butter-y, yet there’s not a peanut in sight! It costs me a measly $2.13 to make 3/4 of a cup, so it’s a frugal, nut-free, Paleo no-nut butter option!
Do you have some plain yogurt in your fridge and a few herbs and spices in your pantry? If so, you have everything you need to make a quick probiotic ranch dressing! You’ll throw the packets of ranch dressing mix in the trash after you taste this dressing.
We waited later than usual to mow our yard for the first time, and I’m SO glad we did…because I had no idea one section of our yard was almost covered in wild violets! Making wild violet simple syrup is super easy, and it’s a great way to use up these lovely little flowers if you have them in your yard!
To buy kale hummus at my health food store, I had to shell out $1 per ounce! Or, I could make it myself, at home. Sprouted chickpeas take this hummus up a notch and make it nourishing and super digestible. The addition of steamed kale and fresh chives gives this sprouted hummus a powerful punch of greens for the perfect appetizer or snack!
When my family and I have a hankering for homemade pizza, we don’t grab a can of pizza sauce… because, sugar. It’s in all the store-bought sauces! But…in 3 minutes, I can whip up an easy sugar-free pizza sauce. Now, that’s convenient!
When you want healthy Asian food without processed soy, MSG, and refined carbs, you have to make it yourself. This Grain-Free Sesame Orange Chicken is low-carb, Paleo, and THM-friendly for S meals!
There’s just something about opening a can of spaghetti sauce… Said no one ever. Every household needs a recipe for homemade marinara sauce because it’s such a staple ingredient in many of our Italian-American dishes, such as spaghetti and lasagna. And nothing out of a can or a jar even comes close to tasting as delicious as what you can make in your own kitchen. Can I get an amen?
Meat smothered in gravy. It’s the stuff of legend in Southern cuisine. And today, I’m sharing a recipe at Traditional Cooking School that’s so easy and flavorful, it’ll knock your socks off!
Many of the birches in our yard are boasting yellow-ish leaves about the color of today’s recipe. Maple, cinnamon, and orange spread will jazz up your plain ol’ sandwich, waffles, pancakes, toast, and more!
Coconut butter is nothing more than the pureed meat of dried, unsweetened, shredded coconut. It’s a versatile staple with tons of healthy fat and lauric acid from the coconuts. Store-bought coconut butter costs a fortune, but you can save a ton by making it yourself, at home, in 5 minutes! Here’s how!