Raspberries + dark chocolate + cheesecake? Need I say more? This Low-Carb Black-Bottom Raspberry Cheesecake is extra special because it’s so yummy AND grain-free, gluten-free, egg-free, and sugar-free AND full of gut-friendly bacteria! Perfect for ketogenic and Trim Healthy Mama lifestyles!
From start to finish, fermented cilantro chimichurri takes literally 3 minutes of hands-on time. Then, ferment it for a probiotic boost of flavor for grilled meats, guacamole, and tacos!
Do you have some plain yogurt in your fridge and a few herbs and spices in your pantry? If so, you have everything you need to make a quick probiotic ranch dressing! You’ll throw the packets of ranch dressing mix in the trash after you taste this dressing.
Once you’ve eaten all your crispy, delicious Bubbie’s pickles, you’ll be left with about 2 cups of liquid that’s still full of fermenting potential! I have cultured veggies with a starter culture, with whey, and with salt only — and I LOVE using Bubbie’s Pickles liquid as my starter culture!
Here are some probiotic-rich homemade frozen dog treats to help cool off your furry friends! Made with only whole food ingredients, your puppies will be nourished while having their own sort of popsicle! I call these Probiotic Peanut Buddies, and you can whip them up in 5 minutes or less!
To buy kale hummus at my health food store, I had to shell out $1 per ounce! Or, I could make it myself, at home. Sprouted chickpeas take this hummus up a notch and make it nourishing and super digestible. The addition of steamed kale and fresh chives gives this sprouted hummus a powerful punch of greens for the perfect appetizer or snack!
This sugar-free and additive-free DIY Chobani Flip doppelganger is full of coconut flavor and dark chocolate, gives you all the taste of the packaged version, and works for low-carb lifestyles or Trim Healthy Mama!
Is there such a thing as sugar-free cream cheese frosting? Yes, it’s a low-carb, diabetic-friendly, Real Food option for adding that special touch to all your cakes and cupcakes! Using a cultured cream cheese makes this probiotic, too! [by Pamela Melby]
Incorporate the detoxifying, healing, and anti-inflammatory properties of these rhizomes by adding them to a second ferment of your kombucha! In my opinion, turmeric is Nature’s Tylenol! This Ginger and Turmeric Kombucha has a lovely flavor, is so simple to make, and possesses delicious healing benefits!
Drinking ferments is one of the tastiest and easiest ways to maintain a healthy gut. Learn how to flavor kombucha with frozen fruit — the flavor combinations are ENDLESS! And you don’t have to worry about your favorite fruit being out of season!