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Coliflor Wraps (SCD, LAGUNAS, Paleo)

Coliflor Wraps (SCD, LAGUNAS, Paleo)
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Cauliflower Crust Pizza Oh cauliflower pizza crust, I have been skeptical of you for so long. So, so long. The first time I attempted a cauliflower crust was back in the day, long before Pinterest existed or I knew what a blog was, after getting a recipe from someone in my local gym. Wrong. Now, I’m so glad that I did. Not only is the crust simple, it is FAST. This gets even better with an array of toppings. This is all you need for your crust: a small (emphasis on small!) This specific method uses a pizza stone or baking sheet. First up, add the cauliflower to your food processor and pulse. You want it to look like cauliflower “snow.” Once your cauliflower is pulsed into tiny crumbs, you want to microwave it. After the cauliflower has cooled, place it in a towel and ring the heck out of it to remove as much liquid as possible. You will be left with something like this—a sort of cauliflower “pulp,” if you will. Add in the cheeses and the spices and mix the mixture until combined. It will look like this!

Tulsi Geleé for Natural Hormone Healing Tulsi tea, also called holy basil, is a herb renowned for it’s healing properties. “The Queen of Herbs” – is the most sacred herb of India. Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), although also known as Holy Basil, is a different plant from the pesto variety of Basil (Ocimum basilicum). Tulsi has been revered in India for over five thousand years, as a healing balm for body, mind and spirit, and is known to bestow an amazing number of health benefits.(Source) Tulsi is an adaptogen– a substance that helps the body adapt to stress. Tulsi tea benefits are also said to include: boosting the immune systempromoting a healthy metabolismsupporting healthy thyroid functionsupporting healthy adrenal functionimproving sleep Gelatin is the second superfood ingredient in this healing geleé. Some health benefits of gelatin: I encourage you to use grassfed gelatin, not the Knox gelatin in supermarkets. I’ve keep a huge jar of brewed Tulsi tea in my fridge for the past two weeks. Tulsi Geleé for Hormone Healing Ingredients

Strawberry Cheesecake Salad Today's strawberry recipe is another delicious salad that could also double as a dessert. It is light and sweet and creamy. I served this as a dessert after a bar-b-que one evening and my kids ate every last drop. I think I'll take it to our Mother's Day potluck this weekend. One note about this recipe. Strawberry Cheesecake SaladServes about 10 12 oz. whipped topping 1 small package of cheesecake pudding (just the powder, don't add the milk) 3 (6 oz) strawberry yogurts (I used Yoplait) 1 lb fresh strawberries, sliced 3 bananas, sliced (add just before serving or they brown) miniature marshmallows (add just before serving) Thaw whipped topping and in a large salad bowl stir together whipped topping, yogurts, and pudding powder. Source: Time for Supper

Coffee-Spiked Banana Bread Recipe Details Easy Grain Free Flatbread: A healthy bread alternative! I know, that’s sounds like an extreme claim. But if you follow a restricted diet, then you know just how liberating it is to have a never-fail staple recipe in your culinary arsenal. This grain free flatbread, a healthy bread alternative, fits the bill when you crave something–for lack of a better term–bready. Even better, it requires only about 5 minutes of prep! If you are on a grain free diet, then you know how comforting it is to have something that can be used for sandwiches. I’ve been enjoying these for breakfast, slathered with raw honey. The strange ingredient in this grain free flatbread is the gelatin. “I don’t have gelatin,” you may be thinking, “can I leave it out?” I know I will be asked about egg substitutes. If you don’t have the butternut squash, you could use mashed acorn squash or sweet potato to make this grain free flatbread. Grain Free Butternut (or Sweet Potato) Flatbread Ingredients Instructions Have all ingredients at room temperature.

¿Pan en la dieta paleolítica? Aquí tienes la receta Hasta que he empezado con la dieta paleolítica no era conocedora de lo resultona que es la almendra molida y tampoco de lo mucho que me gusta y lo fácil que es cocinar con ella. Hoy traigo dos variantes de la misma receta y los ingredientes son sencillísimos: Claras de huevo, almendra molida y sal. Primero hice la que sería similar al pan de molde, necesitamos una clara de huevo tamaño mediano por cada 40g aproximadamente de almendra molida. Batimos las claras a punto de nieve con una pizca de sal Añadimos la almendra molida sin batir, mezclando con suavidad para evitar que bajen las claras. Encendemos el horno a 180º y ponemos papel vegetal sobre una fuente, este paso es imprescindible o se te pegará la masa al no llevar aceites o mantequilla. Ponemos la masa sobre el papel y otro papel sobre ella y con un rodillo, aplanamos hasta que quede de la medida que te gusta, recomiendo que mejor fina, se hace más rápido y más uniformemente. Y al horno, 10 minutos y listo. Que de ideas se me ocurren!!

Dairy and Egg Free Strawberry Mousse (GAPS, SCD) Have you seen the Marshmallow Experiment video? Researchers plop a single marshmallow down in front of a child in a closed room and explain, “You can eat the marshmallow now, or wait to eat it and I will bring you another one.”A hidden video camera records the hilarious results. A few kids stoically wait, face glazed over with determination, masters of delayed gratification. Others succumb to the temptation and lick, nibble, or gulp the treat. I’ve always had strong willpower, and I can imagine little six-year-old me sitting fiercely motionless until I earned the second marshmallow. After blending the ingredients together, I stuck a spoon in the food processor bowl and scooped out a generous taste of the unset mousse. Traditional mousses rely on an arduous process of whipping and heating eggs for a stabilized base. This recipe took a lot of experimentation to perfect (yeah, poor me–having to eat all of those mistakes). Creamed Coconut is pureed coconut meat. Why grassfed gelatin?

Cactus Cut Potatoes I don’t eat at Boston Pizza very often, but when I do I always get the Cactus Cut Potatoes. They are crispy and spicy and they come with the most amazing dip. My brother in law found a copycat recipe online for the dip so I gave it a whirl. It is perfect!! This dip is to die for; it tastes just like the stuff at BP! I decided to bake my potatoes instead of frying them, just to cut the fat a wee bit. What you need, For the dip: 6 tbsp. sour cream 1 cup Caesar salad dressing (I used Kraft creamy Caesar) 1 ½ tbsp. finely grated Parmesan cheese 1 ½ tbsp. finely chopped green onion ¼ tsp. dried chili flakes (if you like it spicy you could add in a little more) For the potatoes: 2 large russet potatoes, washed and sliced thinly 3 tbsp. olive oil Salt and Pepper to taste. In a medium bowl mix together the sour cream, Caesar dressing, Parmesan cheese, green onion and chili flakes. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours to let the flavours come together. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Serve hot with the dip. Jen

Vegan Gluten Free Black Bean Brownies It seems ludicrous to make your favorite recipes just once, but when you’re a food blogger sometimes you don’t have time for repeats! But, after making a similar version of these black bean brownies a couple years ago I couldn’t help but try them again. They’re fudgy, sweet, and still one of the best brownies I’ve had to date. Never mind they’re loaded with fiber, omega-3s and tons of other good-for-you ingredients. Just last week I attempted a vegan gluten free brownie recipe that was a total flop. Then, I thought, “Why would I make unhealthy brownies if I could make healthy ones that I know I love?” These brownies are ridiculously simple to make. Besides being simple they’re insanely delicious. Enjoy these plain, with some vegan ice cream, dunked in almond milk, slathered with peanut butter or topped with fresh berries (credit to my smart friend Arleigh for the berry idea). Better yet, I have another idea for these beauties coming up next week. Vegan Gluten Free Black Bean Brownies

Spiced Gooseberry Chutney – Lip Smacking by Chef Heidi Fink If you have been wanting to buy some of those gorgeous green gooseberries but are not sure what to do with them, let me help you out. First of all, make yourself some gooseberry jam. Hands down my favourite jam in the universe! It’s hard to imagine how delicious Spiced Gooseberry is if you have never tried it. Can I say that I learned to make this from my Gran and that I spent hours every summer putting up chutney from my mother’s gooseberry bush? I adapted this recipe from one I found last year at CanadianLiving.com, while I was searching for non-jam ideas for berries (for my Bountiful Berries cooking class, natch). Who needs ham when you can eat a gooseberry sandwhich? SPICED GOOSEBERRY CHUTNEYMakes two cups (two jars). ingredients 1 cups sugar 1/4 cup cider vinegar or lemon juice 1/4 cup water 1/4 tsp salt 2 whole allspice berries 1 cinnamon stick, (about 2 inches/5 cm), broken 6 whole cloves 4 pods green cardamom 2-1/2 cups gooseberries, topped and tailed

Ricas Tortillas de harina saludables sin gluten. Si estás buscando una versión muy fácil de una tortilla de harina saludable (sin harina ni manteca trans) - o una crepa francesa - no busques más. Estas son más o menos a toda prueba y son mucho más flexibles que otras tortillas alternativas que ya he tratado antes que usa más que todo harina de coco como base. Tenía una enorme bolsa de polvo de arrurruz para utilizar (una alternativa de harina sin gluten) así que esto encajaba bastante bien. Estas tortillas tienen la capacidad de doblarse o enrollarse y pueden ser utilizadas para aplicaciones dulces o saladas, y es fácil de hacer un lote doble o triple con antelación y guardarlas para futuras comidas. También son perfectas para algunas comidas sabrosas para llevar, y creo que serían súper popular entre los niños (de cualquier edad, y teniendo en cuenta que son saludables, vale la pena probarlo. Rinde: 8 tortillas Ingredientes: Instrucciones: Romper los huevos en un tazón mediano y batir en la manteca derretida.

Recipe: Spring Fritata If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! A fritata is slightly different from an omelette and perhaps a little more trendy. Fritata is from the italian word, fritta, the feminine past participle of the verb “to fry.” Even more versatile, a fritata can be a very quick dinner that is savory and filling. Do Not Be Afraid of Eggs If you are making this wonderful meal, use pasture raised eggs so that you will get the most out of this nutritious meal. If you are worried about cholesterol, that is another area where conventional advice is sorely off base. If you would like to connect with a local farmer who raises hens on pasture, you might want to contact your local Weston Price Chapter. Use the Correct Pan A fritata needs to be cooked in a skillet that is also oven safe. Spring Fritata Ingredients Equipment · 12” Fry pan that is oven safe (where to buy this one) or (where to buy this one) Instructions 1.

A Healthy Workday Snack: Spicy Baked Chickpeas Spicy baked chickpeas have to be one of the easiest (and healthiest!) snacks ever. Seriously—all you have to do is toss some chickpeas together with olive oil and whatever spices or herbs you’re in the mood for, a little bit of salt and pepper, and then bake. I’ve included a basic recipe, as well as some extra ingredient variations below. Rinse one can of chickpeas under running water, then dry with a paper towel. Pour onto a baking sheet and toss with one tablespoon of olive oil, ½ tsp salt, ½ tsp pepper, and ¼ tsp red pepper flakes. They’re ready when they’re crispy and golden! There are so many different options you can try with these, so feel free to experiment with any ingredients you have on hand. Paprika + cayenne pepper Balsamic vinegar + garlic Lime juice + chili powder + cumin Lemon juice + ginger Cinnamon + brown sugar Thyme + rosemary Curry powder + garlic Photos courtesy of Niki Lowry.

Flourless Brownies Want all of your favorite DIY Beauty Recipes in one place? My NEW eBook, Homemade Mommy Beauty Essentials, will give you the tips you need to avoid commercial toxins and make your own therapeutic personal care products! Get your copy here! 91Google + Not sure about gluten free flours then you must try this Flourless Brownie recipe! As you know, I try to eat mostly grain free when it comes to desserts. Great Flourless Brownie Recipe! I was so excited last week when I stumbled upon an amazing recipe for flourless brownies made with natural sweeteners in another fellow blogger, Ditch the Wheat’s cookbook, Indulge, which includes over 70 grain-free and paleo treat recipes. Ingredients Directions Preheat oven to 350°F (177°C). This recipe makes 8 brownies. *I now use 3/4 cups maple syrup (Grade B) in place of the palm sugar for a moist and gooey texture. Want More Amazing Grain Free Recipes Like this One? And best of all? Indulge!

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