Cuisine Archive: Autumn

Spanish Chicken Thighs with Mushrooms and Olives

Recipe collaboration by Aki Yorihiro and Christine Crawford This delicious comfort food is perfect for a chilly autumn day. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do! Spanish Chicken Thighs with Mushrooms and Olives Print Recipe CourseMain Dish CuisineAutumn, Dairy Free, Keto, Mediterranean, Spanish Spanish Chicken Thighs with Mushrooms and Olives Print Recipe …

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Pumpkin Walnut Bread with Oat Flour

This bread is incredibly moist, beautifully spiced and full of pumpkin flavor. Accented with warm spices like cinnamon, plus a touch of earthy nutmeg and clove, dreamy coconut oil, and vanilla too. It’s not too oaty. The walnuts give it a lovely crunch, and the maple glaze.. divine! The oat flour is so easy to …

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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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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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French Pear Tart

    As the winter months begin to roll in, and the first snows are popping up, my mind dreams of sitting by the fire with a slice of apple or pear tart, and a cup of tea… Now pear aren’t what you’d think of as winter fruit, I know.  Like apples, though, late harvest varieties are around through December.  …

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Sweet Potato Crusted Spinach Quiche ~ Low Glycemic / Low Carb

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