As some of you may know, about twice a month I have the opportunity to write a post over at the blog Homemade For Elle. This month, I shared a recipe near and dear to my heart. An egg free, dairy free, sugar free, grain free, gluten free, muffin recipe that is
Menu planning is a big piece of living the AIP lifestyle. Whether you’re eating at home on a normal weekday night or going out of town everything needs to be planned ahead of time or else you will get caught with nothing cooked and no easy convenience foods and you
As some of you may know, about twice a month I have the opportunity to write a post over at the blog Homemade For Elle. This month, I shared a delicious fall inspired dessert recipe I thought you all may enjoy. Acorn Squash Honey Custard Summer is coming to a
There is something about Saturday mornings that always makes me want something special for breakfast. I am usually quite content for a savory meat and egg- type breakfast every other day of the week, but on Saturdays I want pancakes, donuts, cinnamon rolls, or muffins. This was the case this
As you may have already been able to gather, I love breakfast food. I could easily eat breakfast foods for every meal of the day. However, for the first part of my paleo journey my breakfasts became repetitively based on eggs. Fried eggs, scrambled eggs, hardboiled eggs, repeat. Don’t get
Cake. It pretty much speaks for itself. It comes in countless shapes, sizes, and flavors yet it is almost universal in its symbolism of celebration. I have made of a number of gluten free and grain free cakes over the past few years. First, some gluten free cake from a
I‘ll be honest, I have trouble with paleo lunches. Breakfast… easy. Dinner….easy. Lunch…. help! We live in a culture where lunch is generally grain based in some fashion. Sandwiches, tortilla wraps, burgers and fries… or there are salads. I have never been a big salad fan and being paleo hasn’t
The term “paleo diet” is a bit deceiving… let me explain. When you think diet what comes to mind? For me, its visions of rule lists, timetables, meetings, weigh-ins, juice fasts, cardboard fake-food… and the inevitably painful fall off of the bandwagon. Diets, as we know the term in pop
I live in the South… the place where the bread of life comes in biscuit form. The restaurant at our farmer’s market boasts the best biscuits and molasses for breakfast (no that’s not a typo… I don’t understand it), biscuits are complimentary with the soup at the dining hall where
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