Without a nut or peanut in sight, this paleo and keto Toasted Coconut Butter looks and tastes like peanut butter! This frugal, homemade coconut butter has just 1 ingredient: toasted coconut! It’s also AIP and Whole30-friendly!
One section of our northern Minnesota yard is almost covered in wild violets! Making wild violet simple syrup is super easy, and it’s a great way to use up these lovely little flowers if you have them in your yard! Plus wild violets are loaded with antioxidants and Vitamin C. So for gourmands and foragers alike, a wild violet simple syrup is a truly special, seasonal, and local treat!
Save money and improve nutrition by sprouting chickpeas, cooking them in your pressure cooker, and making your own sprouted hummus! Sprouting reduces phytic acid, making this yummy sprouted hummus with kale and chives nourishing, digestible, and gas-free! Low-oxalate steamed kale and fresh chives gives this hummus a powerful punch of greens for the perfect healthy appetizer or snack!
This lusciously fresh Paleo and Keto Lemon Curd is made with fresh lemons and zest and lots of nourishing fats. The recipe includes dairy-free and non-keto options. Perfect as a base for dessert, spread on crepes or waffles, or eaten straight out of the jar!
Save lots of money and avoid the refined oils and added sugars in store-bought pizza sauce. Whip up this easy, sugar-free pizza sauce in just 3 minutes! Works for paleo, keto, Whole30, Trim Healthy Mama, and gluten-free lifestyles!
There’s just something about opening a can of spaghetti sauce… Said no one ever. Every household needs a recipe for homemade marinara sauce because it’s such a staple ingredient in many of our Italian-American dishes, such as spaghetti and lasagna. And nothing out of a can or a jar even comes close to tasting as delicious as what you can make in your own kitchen. Can I get an amen?
Coconut butter is nothing more than the pureed meat of dried, unsweetened, shredded coconut. It’s a versatile staple with tons of healthy fat and lauric acid from the coconuts. Store-bought coconut butter costs a fortune, but you can save a ton by making it yourself, at home, in 5 minutes! Here’s how!