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Happy Holidays: Some Sweet Treats

Here are two new treats that I am adding to my holiday favorites, and while they aren't totally guilt-free (they are after all treats,) I can feel good indulging and sharing holiday cheer with my family. Read More

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Paleo Christmas Cookies

Looking for a Healthier Version of Your Favorite Christmas Cookie? Through trial and error, I have developed a couple of recipes that taste incredible and don’t break all of the rules! I still make some of my traditional cookies, but I know I have these in the mix so I can enjoy the holiday festivities with the rest of my extended family. Read More

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Turkey (or Chicken) Hash

Do you still have some leftover turkey (does it seem to be multiplying in the refrigerator behind closed doors?!) Maybe some sweet potatoes too? Here is a great recipe that makes a good hearty breakfast, but is equally delicious for lunch or dinner! Read More

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Sesame Kisses

Happy Holidays everyone! I was thinking of a new holiday treat I could make that would follow some of my diet guidelines of no grains, no dairy and no processed sugars. The result is this little bite I call Sesame Kisses. They are modified from a recipe for Raw Sesame Seed Bars from www.therawtarian.com and are packed with healthy ingredients with just enough sweetness to satisfy. They are super easy to make- no cooking necessary! You can form them into little “kisses” as I have done here, or you can press them into a pan and cut them into bite-sized bars. Either way, they are delicious. Read More

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Paleo Cherry Pie

Following a whole food diet isn’t always easy. I have written before about the benefits of avoiding processed added sugars in your food and going back to using basic ingredients. In general, that is a healthy guideline to follow, but every now and then there are some challenges! One of those challenges came for my husband’s birthday this year, specifically, his birthday cake. I wanted to make something that wasn’t too sweet and had no grain or dairy added. My husband’s favorite is cherry pie, which is usually very sweet with a wonderfully flaky crust made from wheat flour. I was worried my version wouldn’t be up to his “cherry pie” standards. So after some experimentation, I came up with this recipe. Read More