A simple meal that comes together in 30 minutes, packed full of flavor and textures while being easy to digest. Try this for a fast weeknight dinner!
After trial and error, I’ve done the research and testing and found an easy Paleo Flour Blend to use 1:1 in place of traditional/wheat flour in: cakes, cookies, and MUFFINS! I’ve also tried out a tree nut free option that works amazingly well too. Check out this simple blend I love by A Calculated Whisk, what adaptations can be made, and the classic (made paleo) Blueberry Muffins I made!
The squash used in these brownies creates a chewy, fudgy center with a crisp top and adds a touch of natural sweetness. The additional sweetener helps to enhance and bring out more of the natural squash’s sweet taste, cutting the need for sugar/sweeteners substantially. The result is a moist, chewy brownie you can feel good about snacking on!
This recipe yields: fluffy, chewy and light pancakes which can be tough to accomplish in a grain-free ingredient list. The marriage of tigernut flour + almond meal and beaten egg whites are to thank! Topped with only nut or seed butter and fresh or frozen berries which means no added sugar or syrup at all, A.K.A: you win breakfast.
This ramen is not only easy to put together, but also fast to get on the table and highly nutritious. It’s perfect for a weeknight since there is such light cooking happening and it will soothe you from a busy day.
These little bites came about when I was cooking for a friend who just gave birth and wanted to give her a bunch of easy snacks and sides she could have for the week! I of course was looking to make everything as clean and easy to digest as possible given the amazing transformation her […]
These sandwiches are my new favorite!! I knew nothing about them until discovering them in NYC.. my own Puerto Rican family never even made them. Boy did I give them a piece of my mind for holding out on me all these years… It’s pretty simple really. You cut a green plantain into quarters, flatten […]
This salad is so simple yet flavorful and is making an appearance at all my gatherings and potluck this season because everyone loves it and it goes deliciously with everything. WIN. Firstly, let’s talk about the kale. Do you massage your kale? I’ve talked about my love for it on the blog before… and really […]
Pumpkin season is in full force and what better way to celebrate than with PIE! Sara over at Cake Over Steak is having a #virtualpumpkinparty and I’m bringing some simple pumpkin pie which is free of: gluten, grains, dairy and refined sugar! If you can tolerate coconut flour – this is my go-to coconut flour pie […]
So many zucchinis left in my kitchen right now! Aside from putting my spiralizer to good use, I had to make my almond zucchini cookies… and this time put a new spin on them which is why I’m calling this ‘part deux’ of these cookies, these aren’t vegan this time around since they’re flourless […]