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Yes, it’s possible to be gluten-free and paleo and still love your pizza! Last year I ran across a cauliflower pizza recipe which we tried while my mom in law was in town, and it was a BIG hit! We all loved it, though my only complaint was that it wasn’t sturdy enough to pick up and [...]
Guest writer, Elissa, shares her favorite Paleo pizza creation with us. Thanks Elissa – we can’t wait to try this one!
When beginning with Paleo I was overwhelmed. What was I to do with all the new information I have learned with the new cooking staples in my pantry? These things I had not [...]
We’re big fans of a tender, juicy roast, and love the simplicity of a basic Roast Beef. While there are some more intricate methods which include basting, stews and crock pots, we like to keep ours simple by roasting it with a touch of salt and pepper.
I promise you this is the easiest Roast [...]
I’ll admit I often find myself stuck in a dinner rut, and I tend to grab the same ol’ stuff when I get to the grocery store. So I finally decided to practice what I preach and head to the store prepared with a list (I’m loving the Buy Me a Pie [...]
I tend to think of my life as having two stages: Before Allergies and After Allergies, though in reality, I’ve always had food allergies, so it’s more like Before Diagnosis and After Diagnosis. I’d say the stages are defined by many aspects, from health to food & lifestyle choices, career changes and more, but the most noticeable [...]
It’s one of the first chilly spells in Austin for the year, and we’re enjoying some college football (Go Horns and Gators!) and prepping our burgers. While our version today is made with ground turkey, we’re following this recipe for quick and delish bison burgers. You can view the recipe we’re following today, and a [...]
Every once in a while, a girl needs something sweet.
Adapted from a recipe featured on Facebook, these little gluten & dairy-free Apple & Cinnamon Cookies are to die for! And if you’re following a Paleo diet, they’re an allowed cheat as they’re free of grains, and full of Paleo-approved foods.
Made of apples, almonds, macadamias [...]
Last night while browsing some of my favorite Facebook pages, I ran across this recipe on Primal Fitness Performance’s page; another version of the quick and simple, grain-less lunch option for our kid’s lunch boxes. I love the simplicity of the recipe, and it reminds me a bit of the sushi roll I [...]
Stuck in a Paleo breakfast rut?
If you’re looking for a breakfast option that incorporates something other than eggs, and are happy to explore some exciting new options, these Blueberry Sausage Patties are sure to please! If you’re following the Paleo diet and/or are in the midst of a Whole30 challenge, these little guys [...]
When I started my health journey a few years ago, I discovered kale in large part thanks to my nutritionist. Admittedly, I had never even tried kale, let alone knew why it was such a powerful food. She explained that I was experiencing oxidative stress, chronic inflammation and various auto-immune conditions that caused my liver to [...]
These little guys look perfect for Halloween!
I just saw these on Against All Grain, a fantastic blog by a woman named Danielle who is truly, incredibly talented! She has made it her mission to make living free of grains not only manageable, but delicious as well! So while these little truffles are a bit [...]
Chicken Lettuce Wraps with Nut Butter Dipping Sauce
This recipe was posted by our friends over at the Paleo Secret; if you haven’t checked them out yet, please head over there and see what they’re all about. Their site is run by an incredible couple who truly “gets” the lifestyle, and why so [...]
These were modified from various cookbooks and online sites to fit my specific needs. Remember to always adjust seasoning to taste and adapt these to suit your specific allergy needs as well. They’re perfect for standard condiment replacements, and I often carry them with me when we eat out, so be sure to invest in [...]
It takes 3 weeks to change a habit.
At least, that’s what I’m told. But to be honest, I’m doing a candida cleanse right now, and I had to give up even more foods which I tested positive to for food allergies. More on that to come, but essentially with food [...]
Here’s a quick recipe that you can make with ingredients we tend to have lying around the house – thanks to our garden and fresh farm deliveries!
This doesn’t require a crock pot/slow cooker, but the beef and veggies are tender and delish. Whip this up in less than 30 minutes and have a tasty and [...]
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