Years ago I experimented with throwing in some leftover spaghetti squash into an omelet. I found out that spaghetti squash goes really well with eggs and since then I have not hesitated in using it in breakfast recipes.
I can’t think of a single thing to not like about this recipe. If you like salad and you like steak — I’ve got a winner for you. This hearty salad is really beautiful and doesn’t take much time to prepare. In our home we generally shoot for one salad a week that is a full meal. This one is very satisfying and you won’t be wishing you had something more.
You know those meals that you throw together quickly for dinner — only to find that you stumbled upon something magical? That’s kind of what happened with these tacos. They are super simple to prepare and the flavors are terrific!
Hello all! One of my favorite resources on this ol’ internet — round-ups. You know, those posts where someone so perfectly put together information for you, as if it wasn’t already easy to find just about anything online. The best time for round-up searching?…holidays.
One of my all-time favorite desserts is pineapple upside-down cake. Okay, truth is…I adore it. It was often my personal birthday cake request growing up. There are tons of really good paleo or gluten-free cake recipes out there, but sometimes I want to satisfy a certain craving without having to make a big dessert that will last a few days.
Hey everyone! Spring is here! Finally. Let’s all join in on a unified “wooo hooo!” shall we? We’ve all heard of the term “spring cleaning” …where we clean our closets, pantries, put the winter clothes away, and welcome the start of a new beginning. Often times it’s not just our homes and yards that need some cleaning up! I know personally bad diets can develop over the colder months and sometimes you just feel like you need a healthy restart for your body, too.
Sometimes you just want finger foods. Whether it be for a party, football season, picnics, whatever — tasty little gems that you can eat with only your hands are the best. These tartlets may be small, but they are big when it comes to flavor.
One of my favorite pre-paleo indulgences was a good ol’ bucket of fried chicken. Who doesn’t adore taking a bite out of a chicken leg that is flavorful and juicy on the inside — while being crunchy and flaky on the outside? Ugh..heaven! Now that I avoid gluten, and most grains — I don’t frequent many KFC or Popeye drive-thrus. BUT…I have a terrific oven-baked fried chicken recipe that you can make at home. It will certainly satisfy you and your family!
This recipe incorporates so many of my favorite things!! Since I was a girl I have adored chili and in my opinion when it comes to nachos — nothing could make me happier. This recipe idea came from incorporating those two loves. Sometimes we like to make nachos with plantain chips, but getting them thin enough and frying them until they’re crispy can be a tedious task. I decided to come up with something that would be easier, and yet satisfy that familiar craving.