Recipes posted a year ago:
I have to admit to being a bit of a newcomer to enjoying Brussels sprouts. In fact, it wasn’t until doing this post for our site that I really started to enjoy these little “baby cabbages.” Now, I look forward to the chance to try new combinations of flavors with them, which led to today’s recipe.
Recipes posted one year ago:
My oldest daughter asked me to make cinnamon rolls. Those of you who have no flour in your house at all know this can be tough. I admit that I do miss cinnamon rolls…sometimes, but working at a local donut shop when I was in high school pretty much cured me from craving such things too often. I found a great recipe here at the Cavewoman’s Kitchen and modified a bit with what I had. The result was fantastic and kid approved!
Posted in Breakfast, Desserts, Printable, Recipes, Snacks, Vegetarian or Vegan
Tagged Almond Flour, applesauce, cinnamon buns, cinnamon rolls, grain-free, Honey, raisins, tapioca flour
This recipe came to us from the newsletter of a retreat center Karen has attended in the past, only originally written for chicken breasts and with a much sweeter sauce. So I set to work making some adjustments to suit our own less-sweet-loving palates, and to convert it over to work with a boneless butt pork roast we had in the freezer. The results were downright incredible.
Here is a variation on roasted butternut squash that is super easy to make. The blend of curry with fresh cilantro and ginger add a little zip to this mild squash, while the raisins and honey add some balancing sweetness. It goes great as a side dish in a curry-themed meal, or by itself as a little post-workout carbohydrate refueling.
Miss your cereal or just want a great snack? My friend Brad gave me a great recipe for grain-free granola. It’s cool I can say friend although I have met him only once. We communicate mainly through his nutrition log via the computer. He tells me what he eats, I make a comment. We have some fun banter. I love that he takes the time to write it down and that he cares about what he is putting in his body which is, after all, a machine. The ingredients can vary so much in these granola recipes. You can tweak them to your liking, ie add in what YOU like. So of course I took his recipe and changed a few things to make it my own based on what I like and also based on what I had available to me at the time in the pantry; Ah improvising!
Brad and Bailey
Posted in Breakfast, Kids Menu, Printable, Recipes, Vegetarian or Vegan
Tagged almonds, cinnamon, egg white, gluten-free granola, granola, macadamia nuts, maple syrup, pumpkin seeds, raisins, sunflower seeds, unsweetened coconut, vanilla, walnuts