I just learned a brand new tip for making mayonnaise!! I was using my stick blender and the mayonnaise came out soupy. Again. It thickens slightly after chilling, so I wasn’t too worried about it, but my brain started whirring and I was thinking about how there are egg whites in the recipe I … click here to continue reading Homemade Mayonnaise Link Roundup
Mayonnaise is a magical food. I say that because I absolutely love how eggs and oil and an acid mix together and become something so creamy and delicious.
My husband found a chipotle mayonnaise on sale at the store which was free after using a coupon but of course it contained … click here to continue reading Chipotle Lime Mayonnaise
A few days ago I posted a recipe for cashew nut yogurt made in such a manner that it doubles wonderfully for dairy-free sour cream. I promised I would share some recipes with you that use this. Here’s one that was a big hit for my family. We have loved ranch dressing for … click here to continue reading Ranch Dressing Dip (Dairy-Free)
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
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
I just made a double batch of this cranberry sauce. In my whole life I would say I haven’t eaten more than a quart of cranberry sauce, and I’ve been alive and eating for a long time. ;-) I haven’t been too big a fan of cranberry sauce, but I did always have … click here to continue reading Cranberry Pineapple Sauce with Walnuts
The sauce for this recipe is very spicy – my younger son told me the typical person will not enjoy this degree of heat, and especially if you have digestive problems it might not be a good idea. However, you can substitute the jalapeno pepper for bell pepper. If you can tolerate a … click here to continue reading Pineapple Mango Pepper Garlic Sauce over Baked Salmon
I have eaten hummus before, but not very often. I recently bought some tahini as sesame is apparently a source of calcium and naturally there was a hummus recipe on the jar.
But we can’t eat the main ingredient – chickpeas – on GAPS. Chickpeas are not on the recommended list. So I … click here to continue reading Recipe: Hummus Style Dip GAPS Friendly