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Interview with Dr. Natasha


Click here to listen to listen to my interview with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride on my Blog Talk Radio Show, GAPS Journey.
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Healthy Coconut Pecan Cocoa Fudge (Honey-Sweetened, Dairy-Free)

Before we start, yes, you can have chocolate on GAPS.  Dr. Natasha says, “I find that many people can start having it occasionally on the Full GAPS Diet, once the digestive symptoms are gone.”

I’ve never been much of a fudge lover. I think that’s because most fudge is usually way too sweet. … click here to continue reading Healthy Coconut Pecan Cocoa Fudge (Honey-Sweetened, Dairy-Free)

Apple Cinnamon Poppers Doughnut Holes Gluten Free Grain Free

Grain-Free Apple Poppers

Fall is right around the corner.  And that means apples are in season. When I was growing up there were just a few varieties of apples available. I can recall Red Delicious, Yellow Delicious, and Granny Smith.  I never cared much for Granny Smith’s as they were too tart.  Of course nowadays we … click here to continue reading Apple Cinnamon Poppers Doughnut Holes Gluten Free Grain Free

Recipe: Homemade Apricot Extract

Homemade Apricot Extract

In an earlier post I shared for Apricot Ice Cream I admitted I’d lost my notes on making apricot extract. Today I decided to figure out the recipe based on what I found in the container. It’s been three weeks, and the extract has a distinct apricot smell and taste to it.  Since … click here to continue reading Recipe: Homemade Apricot Extract

Recipe: Apricot Sponge Pudding

Apricot Sponge Pudding

This recipe comes from Toni Imms who lives in Australia.  In my Baking with Coconut Flour e-book newsletter I ask my subscribers to share their recipe conversions.  Toni has given permission for me to share her recipe and she believes this recipe is originally from England. Toni says:

“The recipe is a family … click here to continue reading Recipe: Apricot Sponge Pudding

Creamy Apricot Ice Cream (Dairy-Free, Honey Sweetened)

Creamy Apricot Ice Cream

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Apricots were on sale as our local Sprouts last week for just $0.48 a pound.  … click here to continue reading Creamy Apricot Ice Cream (Dairy-Free, Honey Sweetened)

Coconut Flour Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Faux Sour Cream Frosting

Chocolate Cupcakes

Matthew’s birthday was in April. He turned 27.  We were supposed to have a birthday party for him but I was right in the middle of doing income taxes, and then I was busy for two weekends putting the finishing touches on Gluten-Free Snacks so we never did have his birthday party.  Then … click here to continue reading Coconut Flour Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Faux Sour Cream Frosting

Pacific Island Pineapple Papaya Coconut Fudge Babies

Pacific-Island-Babies

“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

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