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.
This AIP Pie Crust is as close as I could come to the crust I remember growing up. Crust is tricky anyway without being AIP, and this one is no different. It is, however, quite forgiving. If it breaks, just mush it back together!
This is it. I have truly gone over the edge. But I can’t help it! I get a kick out of being creative with food, and having a bit of Halloween fun makes me happy. 🎃 I share this with you purely for the fun of it. These two recipes […]
This Marinated Flank Steak is perfect for summer grilling and backyard celebrations. It looks complicated, but is very easy to make!
This Irish Carrot Soup (AIP/Paleo), adapted from a recipe in an old Irish cookbook, is free of gluten, dairy, and nightshades. Simple and delicious! Only after a lot of genealogical exploration did I learn the extent of the Irish blood running through my veins. As if the green eyes, freckles […]
What’s more romantic than chocolate-dipped strawberries? If you can’t eat chocolate, though, try these Carob-dipped Strawberries instead!
This Pork Roast w/Cranberry Orange Glaze is easy, elegant, beautiful and delicious. Perfectly suited for a holiday or wintertime dinner!
These AIP Gingerbread Cookies and Frosting taste just like my great-grandmother’s cookies. You can join the cookie decorating fun, even while on a healing diet!
One of the cruelest avoidances on the AIP diet, IMO, is that no alcohol is allowed. I am a girl who very much enjoys the pairing of French wines and fine foods, a margarita and Mexican food, a burger and a beer, etc. But my health is more important to […]