I see delicious food everywhere. The really awesome thing is even though I “can’t have it” the chances are pretty high that I can actually recreate it and make it into something I can have, plus it will actually be healthy and made from real food!
Please be aware that this … click here to continue reading Pumpkin Cupcakes with Pumpkin Spice Buttercream Frosting
First I’m going to start with some of the treats I have here on my blog, but be sure to look over the links below the images to find some neat GAPS Friendly Halloween food party ideas!
GAPS Friendly Treats and Snacks Werewolf Fingers made with peanut (or any nut) butter, honey, eggs … click here to continue reading Halloween Food & Treat Ideas (Grain-Free, Sugar-Free)
One of my favorite things to do is to buy several pounds of in-season fruit and envision a brand new recipe over several days, attempting to bring it to fruition when I’m off work. Last weekend I had pears. First I made a “braided” bread with pear and apple filling. … click here to continue reading Pear Pecan Pie
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)
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
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
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
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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)