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Coconut Plantain Snickeroons Cookies. {Today I would like to give a warm welcome Tyler, author of The Primitive Homemaker. She creates some delicious autoimmune friendly recipes on her site and today, she shares her recipe for these yummy AIP-friendly cookies! ~Jessica} Since I started my real food journey years ago, macaroons have always been my favorite treat. For a traditional macaroon, you only need honey, eggs whites, and coconut. Pretty simple! I came up with this recipe because eggs no longer agree with me, and eggs whites are essential for making traditional macaroons. This recipe is friendly for those who are following the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol, and any other gluten, grain, and sugar free-diet.

Delicious Obsessions Product Recommendations My affiliate partner, Vitacost, has really good prices on some of the ingredients in this recipe. Mountain Rose Herbs is where I get all of my herbs and spices. Coconut Plantain Snickeroons (gluten, grain, dairy, nut, seed free, autoimmune paleo) Recipe type: Dessert. Oatmeal Coconut Cookies Recipe - Food. Homemade Snickers Bars Recipe. Homemade Snickers Bars Recipe If you don’t know what our favorite candy bar is yet, it’s time for you to know. Snickers. We are huge fans of the chocolate, peanut, nougat, and caramel combo. We’ve mentioned it more than a few times on our site, so we decided that it was time to make our own homemade Snickers bars. All we have to say is, WOW! This no-bake treat tastes just like an actual Snickers bar, but better, since it’s freshly made. And even though it takes a bit of time to get the final layered candy bar that you have come to know and love, it’s worth it.

Homemade Snickers Bars Recipe Recipe in French from: Recette-gateau.eu Ingredients: 24 oz of chocolate for coating2 oz butter1/4 cup condensed milk7 oz Marshmallow Creme ( marshmallow fluff)14 oz caramel candy1/3 cup peanut butter14 oz of whole peanuts10 oz chocolate for background1 tablespoon of water and 4 tablespoons more Preparation: Skillet Sprouted Chocolate Chip Cookie. Chocolate chip cookies in a skillet This is a recipe I made for my daughter Holli’s birthday. She wanted a giant cookie for her birthday and this is what I came up with. So easy, it will be something I will make a lot. Made in a skillet and no bowl to clean up just stir and bake.

Doesn’t get easier than that. I topped it with kefir ice cream and was surprised how filling this was. Skillet Sprouted Chocolate Chip Cookie By: Donna Schwenk 1 stick (8 tablespoons) unsalted butter 1 cup sucanat 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 egg 1½ cups sprouted white wheat flour ½ teaspoon baking soda ¼ teaspoon kosher salt 1 cup organic chocolate chips Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Coconut Banana Hemp Protein Bars.

Share There is no need to purchase protein bars with ingredients you don’t want when it’s far cheaper and more nutritious to make your own. They’re super easy and you’ll have full control on adding custom ingredients for the highest return on your health. Ingredients 2 ripe bananas 1/2 cup coconut oil 3 cups quinoa flakes 1 cup shredded unsweetened coconut 1/2 cup dried cranberries 1/2 cup dried apples, cut into small bits (you can use any combo of dried fruits such as dates, cherries, mangoes, apricots, raisins, etc) 1 cup chocolate chips 1/2 cup sunflower seeds 1/2 cup walnuts, chopped (you can use any nut combo you prefer to make 1cups of nuts.) 1 cups of maple syrup/honey/molasses 1 cup organic peanut butter (or any nut butter of your preference. almond, pecan, cashew, etc.) 6 scoops of hemp protein powder 4 Tbsp. ground flax 4 Tbsp. 1 Tbsp. cinnamon 2 tsp. vanilla extract Preparation Source: Prevent Disease.

Sun-Pumpkin Energy Balls - The Homespun Rabble Rouser. Ode to the Sun-Pumpkin BallOh my wee Sun-Pumpkin Ball… how do you taste so good when you are so small? You melt in my mouth… bring gaiety to my soul… oh my wee Sun-Pumpkin Ball. And now you know how much cheesiness I am capable of. These little grain-free, nut-free Sun-Pumpkin Energy Balls are something I whipped up this afternoon after grabbing a Larabar at the grocery store and realizing they really aren’t much more than dates and seeds… or dates and chocolate… or dates and… you get the point. These are Rabble Rouser kid approved and will make the perfect afternoon snack. They take minutes to make and are super easy. Sun-Pumpkin Energy Balls Author: Corah Webber Recipe type: snack 1 cup sliced pitted dried dates1 cup dried cranberries1 cup raw unsalted sunflower seeds½ cup raw unsalted pepitas (pumpkin seeds)dash of Real Salt Place dates and cranberries in food processor.

Ingredients we love: Update on November 10: I received a note about the recipe, that it was all crumbly. (1) Tara Elizabeth. Homemade Bounty Bars. Dark chocolate almond bar recipe and it ain't over 'til it's over | Crosby's Molasses And MoreCrosby's Molasses And More. I love and lament August. I love how the most dramatic flowers in my gardens are in bloom and how the sun has a brighter feel and that hot days never feel as sleepy as they do in July. I love how the farmers’ markets are laden with produce. The blackberries are ripening along the dirt road to our cottage and edible mushrooms have appeared in our woods.

It’s birthday month in our family. But the air carries with it a hint of fall. Dusk comes earlier. There are just three more weekends until school begins. (I’m trying not to count.) After all, as Lenny Kravits says, “It ain’t over ‘til it’s over.” We really are still in the thick of summer. If it’s still too hot to bake in your kitchen try this dark chocolate almond bar recipe. Makes 24 squares (or 12 generous bars) Ingredients: Instructions: Chocolate chip options: Instead of adding the chocolate chips to the batter, as soon as the bars come out of the oven, top with ½ cup chocolate chips. Recipe adapted from Delightful Taste Buds Nutritional info:

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Caramelized Banana Sticky Buns. It’s time to start thinking about Mothers Day next weekend, don’t you think? At least that’s what I am thinking about. (Not that anyone asked, but my dream is that I can take a nap and read magazines and that my kids won’t fight or yell at each other all day. No whining either. Just birds chirping and sweet tones of voices.) Then when I was just writing that I remembered this really brutal Mothers Day a couple years ago when I came down to a first floor that had been brutalized by every form of gross that a sick dog could come up with on every single carpet and most solid surfaces. After I had spent several hours cleaning that up, I went to church for several hours and then went and stood in line for brunch for several hours because my husband never made brunch reservations. Then I came home to cook the rest of the day for my huge family.

But my kids have other ideas about Mothers Day. I will tell you what would make it “perfect.” What would be your IDEAL mothers Day??? 1. 2. Ingredients. (1) Facebook. Recipe-Tools/Print/Recipe.aspx?recipeID=15810&origin=detail&servings=24&metric=false. (3) Facebook.