Quinoa Pecan Brittle

Get your toothpicks out cuz yer gonna need ’em for this! And boy oh boy is it worth it! Addicting! WOW! This recipe came up in my newsfeeds on Facebook about a week and a half ago. I had all the ingredients but just got around to making it last night. The recipe comes from … Continue reading

Homemade Gluten-free, Dairy Free Bread

I’ve made this bread twice since finding it on Pinterest a few weeks back. This is the blog. It’s quite honestly the best gluten free bread recipe I’ve tried. My bread didn’t rise as much as it PJ’s did, but I can only think it’s because I’m also dairy free and use Earth Balance butter … Continue reading

Sweet and Sour Chicken

My husband and I wanted take out from a nearby Chinese place a few weeks ago. So, my husband went over the ingredients with the girl behind the counter and made sure mine was strictly gluten and dairy free. I ended up with Garlic Chicken and he got Sweet and Sour Chicken. To make a long story … Continue reading

Cauliflower Tabbouli

I found this recipe from Dr. Hyman’s recipe site when I made the Rosemary Almond Flour Crackers and mad oh man the two together are delicious! Easy and healthy. Boom! Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 head- cauliflower, cleaned and pulsed in a food processor 1/2 cucumber – peeled and diced 8- cherry tomatoes, washed and cut into quarters … Continue reading

Rosemary Almond Flour Crackers

I found this recipe today on Dr. Hyman’s page on FB, who in turn got the recipe on a blog called The Healthy Apple.  My husband loves rosemary so I thought I’d make them. I was surprised that they actually ‘snap’ like a cracker when you bite them, but I won’t lie… they are a little … Continue reading

Dairy Free Pumpkin Crisp

Hello! It’s been awhile. Like a long while. But, I’m back now and rarin’ to go. I’d lost interest in posting recipes. Since my diagnosis with Hashimoto’s I have to be strictly gluten and dairy free and mostly ate whole foods in the beginning. But, when I do make a recipe and it’s good, I definitely … Continue reading

4th of July Recipe Ideas for Your Celebration!

I don’t know about you, but sometimes the foods that come with certain celebrations leave a lot to be, well… celebrated. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good grass-fed, organic burger with all the trimmings like pasta and potato salads but what if you want something other than the usual sides? How about a … Continue reading