If you think you hate beets, you haven’t tasted this salad. Sweet, earthy, roasted beets are delicious (and highly nutritious) to begin with, but this Roasted Beet salad amps up the flavor with goat cheese, pistachios and a simple dressing of balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil.
Dutch baby, the delicious crepe-turned-popover-turned deep dish pancake situation with the unfortunate name. This Savory Dutch Baby with Ham and Gruyere is grain-free (and dairy-free without the Gruyere) and is so very delicious and easy that you may make it part of your new Sunday morning routine.
The perfect coffee or tea companion, these Maple Pecan Scones have no dairy and no grains so even if you are following a paleo or vegan lifestyle, you can indulge. The frosting is eat-by-the-spoon worthy all by itself but topping off the toasted pecan scones, you have the perfect salty sweet breakfast bread.
Yes, it’s true. Biscuits can be both grain-free and vegan all while being light and tender. Almond flour and coconut oil are the stars but a few other pantry staples bring these Paleo Grain-Free Biscuits together to partner with gravy, honey or jam.
One of the simplest egg dishes around, these Brown Butter Scrambled Eggs with Herbs deserve their own spot at the dinner table. A small salad and a glass of wine complete the French bistro style meal. For those following a Whole30 or Paleo lifestyle, there is a homemade ghee recipe included that will allow you to enjoy this very easy dinner.
It’s a simple concept…spread fresh ricotta cheese on a piece of perfectly golden toast and top with your favorite sweet or savory things. The synergy! Creamy, crunchy, flavorful. Oh…and I’ve got a link in here to the best paleo and vegan bread you could ever eat.
Bring order to mealtime chaos with these back to school healthy meal prep hacks. Full of ideas for making components you can use throughout the week to create healthy meals in less than it takes to order takeout.
With only three ingredients, this Chocolate Cherry Crisp Couldn’t be easier. Take advantage of cherry season and buy more than you need to freeze for dreary winter months.
Scones were not in my rotation of sweets growing up. Donuts made from biscuits out of a can, boxed mixes and Hostess cakes of all kinds were the baked goods in those years, so I don’t know when I first had a scone. I mean it’s not something you encounter […]
Your new “breakfast for dinner” go-to. Make your Dutch Baby sweet with seasonal fruit or savory with a side salad. Either way, this infinitely adaptable dish needs to be in your rotation.