Fruit Smoothies popsicles

  I use my Vitamixer for this but any blender on high will do. I’ve noticed that the fruit popsicles are the new rage. They are often described as a healthy snack, but sadly… Continue reading

Pumpkin cranberry muffins

Original Recipe from Balanced Bites Mariela's notes: I made these on Sunday and haven't taken a picture of them nor was I able to take pictures of the process. It was pretty simple… Continue reading

Apricot Protein Bars – Paleo

Apricot Protein Bars – Paleo I’m finding these are very filling and a great breakfast or snack.  I find that I don’t crave sugar or other snacks when I have these around. I… Continue reading

What does a nosey pepper do?

Gets jalapeño business! HA! I’m here all night people. No, seriously – I ate so much at my Easter meal, I can no longer move from my couch. What can these three things… Continue reading

Protein Breakfast bars

Paleo Breakfast Bars – these are from http://www.elanaspantry.com – awesome website with tons of great recipes.  Some of our members have been asking us about breakfast foods.  Here is one that is awesome… Continue reading

I like butt –

-ernut squash soup and I cannot lie! I’m so hip, don’t deny it. I usually make a pretty basic butternut squash soup, no fuss, not a lot of ingredients. This weekend I came… Continue reading

Pumpkin Pancakes

This post is brought to you by the letter P.   There are two things I miss the most while dedicating myself to Paleo – pizza and pancakes. I haven’t been brave enough… Continue reading

The Best Coconut Bars

I’m always looking for a tasty snack/breakfast bar/ dessert to satisfy those cravings for yumminess. Most recipes will have grains, but I found one recipe in my favourite book of the day ”… Continue reading

Tired of your boring spinach salad?

Just kidding spinach – you’re not boring, it’s just sometimes I like to get kinky with it in the kitchen and try new things. I’m not a chef by any means so after… Continue reading

Wheat Free Pancakes

by Ellie Krieger adapted by Marta found on http://www.finecooking.com I've tried a few recipes but none were as popular as this one with our kids. 4-3/4 oz. (1 cup) brown rice flour  1-1/2 oz.… Continue reading