1. PALEO RED CABBAGE AND APPLES

    RED CABBAGE AND APPLES RECIPE...PLUS HEALTH BENEFITS OF RED CABBAGE I love seeing that beautiful color purple in the produce section! Known as purple, red, or blue cabbage (as the color can vary,) this veggie packs a healthy punch. It's often used in salads, slaws, red kraut, but I love it cooked wi…Read More

  2. AIP Blueberry Tigernut Bars

    I love blueberry anything.  And, I absolutely love the nutritious, versatile tigernut--specifically tigernut flour.  I decided to experiment with my basic tigernut bar recipe and came up with these.  These bars taste like blueberry muffins ! Due to the natural nutty sweetness of the tigernut flo…Read More

  3. Spiced “CASHELLA” (Cashew spread)

    INGREDIENTS: 1 Cup raw cashews 2 tsp vanilla extract (ground vanilla bean powder works, too) 3 Tbsp 100% maple syrup 1 Tbsp coconut oil ½ cup coconut milk (full-fat, canned) Pinch of salt (i like pink himalayan or celtic sea salt) 1 tsp cinnamon ¼ tsp ginger ¼ tsp allspice In a high-speed blender…Read More

  4. Susan’s Creamy Chicken Soup Paleo, AIP-friendly

    I often roast a whole chicken and eat it throughout my busy week.  I save the breast meat for soup, and then use the carcass to make homemade bone broth, which is wonderful in this soup.  Store-bought works just as well, just try to use organic, free-range broth.   After chopping the veggies, I …Read More