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Pacific Island Pineapple Papaya Coconut Fudge Babies

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“Fudge Babies” is a term coined by Chocolate Covered Katie. Her Original Fudge Babies are advanced GAPS legal (since they contain cocoa powder).  Katie compares these to Larabars.  Okay, here’s a confession… I’ve been cheating with Larabar’s.  Now many of the Larabar varieties are GAPS legal (if you aren’t too worried about making sure … click here to continue reading Pacific Island Pineapple Papaya Coconut Fudge Babies

Making Your Own Homemade Grain-Free Vanilla Extract

Make Your Own Vanilla

I began making my own vanilla extract since 2007.  I have to tell you the very first time I bought a bottle of vodka I was very hesitant.  You see, I was raised in a very religious home.  Grape juice was substituted at church for communion.  No alcohol whatsoever was used … click here to continue reading Making Your Own Homemade Grain-Free Vanilla Extract

Rainbow Scrambled Eggs

Rainbow Scrambled Eggs

One of my favorite ways to stretch eggs is to add plenty of vegetables. Luckily for me, this is one of my son’s favorite breakfasts. For him, it’s all about volume.  If the plate looks nice and full, he’s happy.  If I’ve just scrambled two eggs, he is not amused.

When I … click here to continue reading Rainbow Scrambled Eggs

Recipe: Spicy Ancho Beef Chili

Spicy Ancho Beef Chili

How many variations of chili do you think are possible?  Maybe infinite variations since all you have to do is tweak the ingredients just slightly and you’ve got something new and delicious.

Chili is one of my favorite cool weather meals, a hearty meal that is warming and filling.  If you make it … click here to continue reading Recipe: Spicy Ancho Beef Chili

Recipe: Lime Guacamole

Lime Guacamole

This recipe is so very simple.  Limes were on sale at the store. Avocados were on sale. Hard, green avocados.

To tell you the truth, hard green avocados are my favorites.  Oh, of course I do not eat them green, but I have some control over the ripening process.  Unfortunately, the ripe ones … click here to continue reading Recipe: Lime Guacamole

Coconut Bread Dressing or Stuffing for Thankgiving Grain-Free GAPS Legal

Shared with permission from my affiliate partner Sarah Schatz from Heart of Cooking. Sarah’s Heart of Cooking Allergy Free Thanksgiving menu planner is one of my favorites.  It is loaded with GAPS-friendly meals and many other traditional favorites. By the way, the photo above is during the process of making it – I don’t have … click here to continue reading Coconut Bread Dressing or Stuffing for Thankgiving Grain-Free GAPS Legal

Easy Crock Pot Caramelized Onions

Easy Crockpot Caramelized Onions

I love recipes that are easy, and help me use up excess produce.  I was at the store a couple of weeks ago, and they had 6 bags of red onions on sale for a clearance price of $0.99 per bag.  Each bag weighed 6 pounds.  I walked out of the store with … click here to continue reading Easy Crock Pot Caramelized Onions

My New Favorite Chocolate Recipe

I keep saying I don’t like chocolate that much but I sure do seem to make a lot of recipes that include chocolate. I guess you could say I love chocolate and vanilla equally nowadays, although I used to always say I prefer vanilla.  My husband is the chocolate … click here to continue reading My New Favorite Chocolate Recipe