This Superfood Soup is an easy way to get your bone broth without noticing you are drinking broth. The jalapeno and sweetness from the potato compliment each other nicely. This soup can have a nice kick and is not for the faint of heart.
Acorn squash is sweet and nutty, but also quick and cheap. I can't ask for much more when I am feeding my family mid-week. I love this squash with cinnamon and parsley; it makes for a warm and comforting dinner. Paired with chicken and coconut oil you get a well balance of your macros in one bowl.
Flavor at its best with this Paleo lettuce-less salad! Sweet notes from the pineapple and spice from the purple onion with a zing from lime, it's not missing a beat. This salad is super filling and creamy with avocado. I love this salad because it's chock full of nutrition and a meal on its own.
This healthy superfood vinaigrette dressing recipe takes only a few minutes to make, but adds loads of nutrition and cancer fighting properties to any salad! It's Paleo, Low-FODMAP, SCD and Whole30 legal!
What is Cassava Flour and how do I use it? Find out here! This post will shed light on the history of cassava flour, manufacturing, sourcing and tips and tricks on how to use this amazing gluten-free flour. It is a great alternative flour for many diets such as vegan, AIP, Paleo, Vegetarian, nut-free, etc. Plus I will include 5 tips + tricks, as well as links to my recipes that use cassava.
This Spritz cookie recipe is not far off from a traditional Spritz recipe. Two small substitutions and you have a Paleo, nut-free and low-FODMAP legal Christmas cookie; topped with spirulina or matcha sprinkles! Food dyes are petroleum based and have been linked to ADD, ADHD, mood swings, sleep issues, skin issues and much more. Making homemade sprinlkes is fun for the kids and I have provided two recipes for green holiday sprinkles using matcha and spirulina. These Christmas cookies are a buttery almond bite sized party treat for and foodie.