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
All right, bit of a private joke there but I couldn’t think of a good name for these pancakes and I thought that would work great. I’m trying to persuade my dear husband to try GAPS for just one month and his latest food crush has been raspberry filled doughnuts. My mom hasn’t … click here to continue reading Better than Doughnuts Pancakes
I hate it when I spell words wrong. My earliest memory of being shocked to learn I was spelling a word wrong was when I was in my early twenties and one day discovered that I had been spelling spaghetti for my entire life without the “h”. I’m pretty sure my mom spelled … click here to continue reading Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Caps
Wow! Two posts in one week. I was looking through my recipe notebooks and I found this recipe that I promised to post several months ago. I had photos taken and the recipe written down – I told you I have recipes to share! It’s literally the problem of trying to find an … click here to continue reading Beefy Stroganoff Dairy-Free Gluten-Free
If you are a regular reader here at the blog, you are most likely noticing the lack of posts. I have recipes to post, and things I want to talk about, but there are only so many hours in each day. I thought I would take the time to catch you up on how things … click here to continue reading My Mother’s Journey to Health – August 2014
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)