I love to dress up a simple dinner with this quick and easy apple, goat cheese, walnut salad recipe. It’s healthy, crisp, crunchy, creamy and full of fall flavors. The tangy dressing is perfect with the sweet apples.
My favorite easy way to make a simple meal special is to whip up a batch of this creamy, slightly sweet, dairy-free pumpkin soup recipe. It’s so fast that I don’t need to make it in the crockpot. It’s delicious, healthy, Paleo, and allergen friendly. It’s perfect for a busy night.
My mom’s chili is my favorite chili, and I had to abandon it for a few years because chili seasoning usually has gluten in it as a thickener. After much trial and error, I replicated my favorite flavors, and my family looks forward to chili night.
Everyone in my family loves this healthy chicken tortilla soup recipe, and it can be ready in 10 minutes! I make this on nights when I need dinner in a hurry, like every night. All you need is a blender.
If you need a dairy-free frittata recipe that is delicious, low carb, Paleo, Whole30, gluten-free, full of veggies and perfect to serve for breakfast, brunch, or dinner, I’ve got the perfect formula to make an endless combination of flavors AND a free printout with my frittata formula. Your family will think you are a frittata master.
Healthy, quick, easy, balanced, filling, delicious snacks are hard to come up with in the after-school rush, especially when you are on the go. Here are 10 of our favorites, and I’ve included gluten-free, dairy-free substitutions. Happy snacking!
The secret to a quick, healthy, easy breakfast on mornings you’ve gotta get out the door? Smoothies. And I’ve got a recipe that will satisfy your sweet tooth, needs no banana, dairy-free, gluten-free, low carb, paleo, vegan, high protein, and your kids will love it!
Since I gave up breakfast cereal so many years ago, I needed an easy, healthy, homemade granola clusters recipe that was quick to make. Oh, and didn’t call for nuts. That’s a tall order, but I did it. Honey and coconut oil replace less healthy oils and sugar. I can eat this guilt-free and enjoy every last bite.
My grandmother’s recipes are a family treasure, and her easy, old-fashioned, homemade blackberry cobbler is one of our favorites. This is real cobbler that will take you back in time to grandma’s kitchen and the tastes of summer.
I wait for Taco Tuesday like some people wait for the ice cream truck. Spicy jalapenos, smokey cumin, tangy sour cream, and cheese stringing from nacho to plate all make my mouth and heart sing. The trouble for me is that Mexican food is also laden with fried foods, gluten, corn, and dairy, which are all no bueno for mi estomago. Fajitas are a favorite, but without the sour cream, cheese and tortillas, I was left out of the fiesta. The key for me was to add some additional flavor and replicate some missing textures. At our house, mouth-watering fajitas are on the menu for every diet! These are dairy-free, gluten-free, grain-free, and low fat. They are also perfect for Paleo, Whole30 and THM.