Tag Archive: satisfying

Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte

Gingerbread, eggnog, pumpkin spice…. Whenever seasonal lattes roll out at national coffee chains, we feel strangely drawn to try them. But disappointment looms…. primarily because, we crave the nutrients that those delicious smells impart, when they are naturally prepared. Unfortunately, they are flavored, almost entirely, with aritificial ingredients, and therefore, not supplying us with the anticipated, …

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Keto Coconut Pancakes

Keto Coconut Pancakes Print Recipe CourseBreakfast, Main Dish CuisineBreads, Breakfast, Dairy Free, Gluten free, Keto, Paleo, Summer, Vegetarian Keto Coconut Pancakes Print Recipe CourseBreakfast, Main Dish CuisineBreads, Breakfast, Dairy Free, Gluten free, Keto, Paleo, Summer, Vegetarian Ingredients 4 medium eggs whisked 1/2 cup coconut flour 56 g 1 cup coconut milk 240 ml 2 teaspoons …

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Keto Curried Chicken

This Keto Paleo Curried Chicken completely made me forget I was cutting out sugar. The coconut curry ties all the ingredients together, while the pepitas give it a nice crunch, and the mild earthy blueberries give it the little sweetness that the dish requires, without breaking the Keto bank.

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Dreamy Vanilla Cupcakes ~ Vegan and Gluten Free

These cupcakes are super dreamy. They are moist, fluffy and perfectly sweet. Infused with vanilla and loaded with sprinkles. They are topped with fluffy buttercream. Awesomely shareable & a bit addictive.

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Edible Flower Spring Rolls

Using Edible Flowers, in your party desserts, drinks, salads and even main dishes adds a unique element to your celebration. They add color, elegance, a bit of whimsy, and also have an interesting range of tastes. Search, for what is in season in your area – your local farmers’ market is a great source for finding out …

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Peach Almond Shortcake ~ with Coconut Whipped Cream (Paleo, GF)

  Starting off the week with shortcake . . . is always a good idea. Especially if they’re amazingly satisfying and healthy. What’s not to love about this light summer dessert? It is a favorite of mine. I believe it was this seasonal dessert that got me liking peaches when I was a kid. These flavorful …

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Aug 28

Sweet Monk Fruit

  It’s very likely that not one of us could pick out a monk fruit in the produce aisle. It isn’t an attractive fruit, amidst all of the colorful summer beauties. But the monk fruit has my attention these days! It is highly beneficial for health-conscious foodies, ketogenic devotees, and those with diabetes. Named after the monks who first cultivated …

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Sweet Potato Pie Bites

These Sweet Potato Pie Bites are a family favorite. I made them for Thanksgiving one year, and my husband and son couldn’t get enough of them.  My son eats them all year round.  We use goat cheese but you can use your favorite whipped cheese. These are seriously yummy!     Sweet Potato Pie Bites Print …

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Jul 02

Patriotic Berry Almond Trifle with Coconut Whipped Cream (GF + Paleo + V)

Growing up in the midwest, there was no shortage . . . Of home-baked, sugar-laden treats in our home. In fact, some of my most cherished childhood memories center around cooking, baking and enjoying comforting meals and desserts with family and friends. This simple, yet decadent, strawberry shortcake recipe is one of my favorite examples …

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Strawberry Lemonade

There’s nothing that beats homemade lemonade…except adding strawberries to the mix! I’ve recreated a childhood favorite, added fresh strawberries and just enough sweetness to make this your new favorite summer drink.   Strawberry Lemonade Print Recipe Yields: 8 servings | Serving Size: 8 fl. oz | Calories: 78 | Total Fat: 0.1g | Saturated Fat: …

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