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
Usually my son Matthew and I have a mixture of honey and butter on our pancakes, but last weekend I wanted something different. One of the reasons is because I was hoping to create something that would be lower in carbohydrates and calories. To be honest I don’t know if I met … click here to continue reading Banana Pancakes with Chocolate Creme Topping
This smoothie was inspired by The Paleo Cupboard’s Cinnamon Roll Smoothie. This recipe is compliant with both the GAPS Diet and the 21 Day Sugar Detox.
I’m doing a sugar detox. I’m sure you’re saying, “What?!” In a nutshell, a few months ago I started to add back in some non-GAPS foods … click here to continue reading Cinnamon Apple Smoothie
My friend Jessica has recently started a line of herbal coffees. I have heard of these “herbal coffees” and have been very curious, but I’ve never taken the time to check them out. One friend sent me a sample and I keep misplacing it. I have even bought one of … click here to continue reading Delicious Obsessions Herbal “Coffee” Review + Cinnamon Mocha Hot Egg Nog Recipe
It has FINALLY gotten cold where I live in Arizona! Last night on my way home around 8:30pm my car’s temperature gauge said it was 38°F. I haven’t turned the heater on in the house yet and this morning it’s 61°F in the house. That’s cold enough for me to be wearing … click here to continue reading Three Hot Eggnog Drinks – Perfect for Breakfast!
I try to make a big pot of soup at least once a week, more during the winter. The only problem is everyone really loves soup and so it’s eaten up very quickly. I really need to start using a bigger pot to make a bigger batch! Or maybe everyone needs to … click here to continue reading Meatball Soup
Soup, wonderful soup. So nourishing and delicious and such a frugal meal. A really simple way to make soup is to keep a container in your freezer and toss in leftover vegetables. I started doing that when I was first out on my own in my twenties. Nowadays we eat so many vegetables … click here to continue reading Turkey Vegetable Soup
We’ve been making turkey stock from the Thanksgiving turkey for decades, long before I ever heard of GAPS or Nourishing Traditions. It’s the perfect opportunity to make a large amount of broth, and then we’re set for several batches of soup. I always save the neck, gizzard and heart to add into … click here to continue reading Turkey Stock – The Best Part of Thanksgiving