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Spicy Cabbage “Noodles”

Spicy Cabbage "Noodles"

I love cabbage. I never really understood just how much I love it until I started on GAPS. And one reason I started to love it more was because it is a great substitute for noodles.

I have learned that sometimes, the mouth feel of a food is almost as important as … click here to continue reading Spicy Cabbage “Noodles”

Strawberry Shortcake French Toast

Strawberry Shortcake French Toast

Today I’m sharing one of my favorite breakfast recipes with you. Strawberry Shortcake French Toast. This is such a yummy way to start the day. Perfect for lazy Saturday mornings, or maybe you’re up extra early on a weekday and it’s someone birthday. Or maybe it’s Valentine’s Day, or your anniversary, or … click here to continue reading Strawberry Shortcake French Toast

Creamy Chicken Soup

Creamy Chicken Soup

Today I have a guest post from Amy Moffat who blogs at Everyday Wholehearted.

If you didn’t grow up drinking plain chicken broth from a mug (like me and probably many others who are on GAPS now…) then incorporating enough homemade broth into your daily GAPS routine might be difficult at first. Dr … click here to continue reading Creamy Chicken Soup

How to Easily Get Used to the Taste of Stevia

How to Easily Get Used to the Taste of Stevia

Okay, so if you are right at the beginning of your GAPS Diet Journey, this post isn’t for you as stevia is not on the approved foods list. However, I do know that many GAPSters use stevia without any problems. When you are ready to transition from GAPS, you might want to … click here to continue reading How to Easily Get Used to the Taste of Stevia

Safely Cutting Butternut Squash Tutorial

Cutting Butternut Squash Safely

Fall is just around the corner. Although it won’t actually feel “cold” where I live until the last week of October, I can already feel fall. One huge indicator is that it doesn’t feel like I’m walking into an oven when I step on my porch in the early morning.

With fall comes … click here to continue reading Safely Cutting Butternut Squash Tutorial

Strawesome Glass Straws Review and Decadent Roasted Peach Blackberry Smoothie

Decadent Roasted Peach Blackberry Smoothie

Yay! I finally bought myself some glass straws! I’ve been curious to try them ever since they came out several years ago. I like the uniqueness of the product, and I love when I can buy something once that can be used again and again.

I finally took the leap with my … click here to continue reading Strawesome Glass Straws Review and Decadent Roasted Peach Blackberry Smoothie

Make Homemade Coconut Milk in Just Six Minutes!

Make Your Own Coconut Milk in Just 6 Minutes!

Have you made your own homemade coconut milk yet? Today I’m going to share my recipe for making it in just six minutes.

Note: This post contains affiliate links to Amazon and Tropical Traditions. When you are a first time buyer at Tropical Traditions, and you use my link, I will earn a … click here to continue reading Make Homemade Coconut Milk in Just Six Minutes!

Orange Red Grape Slushie

Orange Red Grape Slushie

 

Last week my husband made candied orange peels (candied with honey for a holiday bread recipe) to save me the time from having to do it. He cut the peels from the oranges, and placed the oranges in the freezer.

Our son Matthew saw the oranges and wondered if they would be … click here to continue reading Orange Red Grape Slushie