December 2011

Coconut Flour Pumpkin Biscuits

  I promised myself I would not still be looking at my beautiful Fairytale Pumpkin come Christmas.  There’s just something a little unsettling to have a pumpkin hanging out with the three wise men.  So I began the process one afternoon of cooking my 14.5 pound Fairytale pumpkin.  I totally underestimated the amount of time it would take to bake and puree and …

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Never Cook Without This Ingredient!

L-O-V-E! “Made with love.”  I think most of us have heard this expression throughout the years and it warms our hearts when the person serving us a meal or a treat says it!  Who doesn’t want to be served food made with love?  It tastes different, really! What does it mean to make food with love? You purchase good quality …

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Red Cabbage and Apples

We’ve all heard that we need to eat the colors of the rainbow, right?  Well today I’m going to focus on the red part of that rainbow.  I’m not going to go too far down the nutritional-benefit rabbit hole of red cabbage, red onions and red apples but you can imagine they’re all so very good for you and they especially …

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Sunflower Seed Breakfast Cake!

Now doesn’t that sound like fun?  I am constantly trying to come up with “real food” quick breakfasts and snacks for all you busy people on the go and this recipe is a winner! First we need to spotlight the star…the sunflower seed.  I cannot tell you how shocked I was when I read that “sunflower seeds contain more protein …

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Honey-Buttered Nuts!

When I first tried my “Honey-Buttered Nut” recipe I immediately thought it tasted like adult “Cracker Jacks” sans the popcorn, yum!  I mean, who doesn’t want to be taken back to a simpler time even just for a moment. But, what’s really great about this little recipe is that it makes an awesome little holiday gift of goodness to spread a little “healthy” love! …

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