Category: Food

Spring Pesto Gluten-Free Spaghetti

Spring is in the air all year long when you make this recipe – Spring Pesto Gluten-free Spaghetti! Its light, fresh, full of healthy ingredients and a must-try. You can use regular spaghetti of course, but I always cook gluten-free for me. Another option to switch this up and to make a no-grain version is to prepare recipe minus spaghetti. Instead cook 6 cups fresh spinach and then add the rest of the ingredients. So you are basically making a super fresh sauce to top onto your just cooked spinach. Spring Pesto Gluten-Free Spaghetti Course Main Dish Cuisine Gluten-Free, Italian Servings 6...

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Paleo Banana Bread

Paleo banana bread is a twist on one of my traditional snack recipes. I started regularly making banana bread about 15 years ago because it was a great snack to eat between meals. I made it with whole wheat flour and was very dense, filling and hearty. Unfortunately now, my body does not tolerate wheat soooo back to the drawing board and off to a new challenge of tweaking ingredients to make this wheat-free. The more I cook gluten-free really, the easier it is! There are so many GF options now, I rarely feel deprived except when I am craving...

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King Ranch Chicken Casserole

Growing up in Southeast Texas, it was a staple recipe in our house to serve King Ranch Chicken Casserole. This recipe was believed to come from the largest ranch in America, King Ranch. This ranch is located in Kingsville, Texas and is larger than the state of Rhode Island. Yes, its true everything IS bigger in Texas. Despite the recipe being linked to King Ranch there is actually no proof that is really did originate from this famous ranch, though the name still sticks. King Ranch Chicken Casserole is a true Tex-Mex favorite! It is a little challenging to prepare this paleo friendly....

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Gluten-Free Traditional Meatloaf

Sometimes you just need comfort food, but when you are gluten-free, you can’t just pull out mom’s tried and true recipes. Usually ingredient substitutions need to occur for your meal to be digestive friendly. Traditional meatloaf is a great, sure meal to please the family while being very filling and satisfying. As usual, whenever possible by organic ingredients to minimize toxin/chemical exposure and eat GMO food. Gluten-Free Traditional Meatloaf Cuisine American, Gluten-Free Servings 6 servings Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 1 hour Passive Time 10 minutes Ingredients 1/2 cup almond flour2 tablespoons water1 cup gluten free ketchup1 tablespoon...

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Pumpkin Almond Protein Pancakes

In the late fall when the air is starting to get a little crisp, I start to crave pumpkin. Nothing says fall time like pumpkin and spice. 🙂 Pumpkin is a great way to pack in dietary fiber, which can help you feel fuller longer while only consuming minimal calories. This super food also supports vision health, lowers blood pressure and help you sleep better at night! And while you are at it, why not add in extra protein with a scoop of protein powder. I am always trying to add in more protein to my day to support muscle growth. Pumpkin,...

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