Gingerbread Mini Bundts (AIP/Paleo) will satisfy your desire for a decadent holiday or wintertime dessert. All the warm, spiced nostalgia, and none of the gluten!
Spiced Pomegranate Wassail is a warm, non-alcoholic drink similar to hot apple cider. Perfect for people who can’t have hot chocolate or egg nog!
This Pumpkin Pie (AIP/Paleo) recipe might actually be easier than traditional recipes. You bake the crust, and the refrigerator does the rest. Time saved!
This Holiday Dressing is breadless, but every bit as delicious as the traditional type of dressing. Enjoy it with any meal – even breakfast!
This recipe for Glazed Honeynut Squash – sweet, smoky and starchy – is a delicious way to try these cute, little squashes. They are personal size!
Halloween Mini Meatloaves (AIP/Paleo) are a fun way to celebrate – and get more veggies in you, too! Kids can think of them as Halloween “hamburgers.”
Toasty Rutabaga Mash is adapted from Irish cuisine for the AIP/Paleo. There is a touch of creaminess, some caramelized onions and fresh parsley to elevate this humble dish.
This delicious galette is easier to make than it looks! That means if you are trying to impress anybody with your awesomeness as a cook, you can lay this baby down on the table next to a succulent meat dish, and be all smug about it.
These Brined Cornish Hens are seriously juicy and delicious! If you’ve never brined anything before, trying it on smaller birds like these is a great way to start.
Apple Cinnamon Acorn Squash is a five-ingredient side dish that is tasty enough to be part of your breakfast the next day! Or lunch. Or dessert. Or whatever.