I'd love to say this Apple Sausage Stir-Fry was a huge hit here at home, but my husband didn't actually get to have any while I was developing this recipe. By the time he got home from work, there wasn't anything left of it. I couldn't help myself–I was hungry and it was so good! (Plus, when I'm testing recipes, I don't make a very large amount in case things go south.) If you haven't had fennel before, it's got the texture of onions but a mild, sweet flavor with the aroma of licorice. It's a wonderful plant and a unique addition to your … [Read more...] about Apple Sausage Stir-Fry (The Best AIP Breakfast)
These recipes are not only gluten-free, but free of the most common gluten cross-reactive foods, which include but are not limited to other grains like corn, oats, and millet as well as soy.
Everyone's favorite frozen banana stand inspired these Frozen Banana Bites. You know, the banana stand that's always got money in it. The one that'll make your banana stand. Arrested Development may have ended a long time ago, but I still think of it every time I throw a banana in the freezer (whether I'm going to cover it in chocolate or not). I'm even blessed to live in Austin, where we have our very own Arrested Development-inspired frozen banana stand. They even serve the Gob: Two bananas covered in chocolate and nuts, just as Gob liked … [Read more...] about Toasted Coconut Frozen Banana Bites
Back when I was a vegetarian, every single one of my breakfasts consisted of a big ol' bowl of yogurt. With a handful of nuts for "protein", a lot of sliced fruit, some shredded coconut and maybe some chocolate chips if I was feeling naughty. I thought this was healthier than cereal, but it was still a heaping helping of sugar. Not gonna lie, I've kinda missed those meals (if not the way they made me feel), especially as the summer heat rears its ugly head. Welp, enter this super-simple Dairy-Free Frozen Coconut Yogurt. With only three … [Read more...] about Dairy-Free Frozen Coconut Yogurt
Seafood may be one of the healthiest proteins available thanks to its favorable omega-3-to-omega-6 ratio, but it can be a tough sell if you're not already accustomed to eating it. This simple Roasted Garlic and Herb Cod was actually the first seafood recipe I tried after giving up vegetarianism for the autoimmune protocol, and it couldn't have been easier to prepare. Mix your spices. Rub down the fish. Bake. You've got the perfect protein for your meal in 20 minutes flat with hardly any work at all. This recipe can be made with any type of … [Read more...] about Roasted Garlic and Herb Cod
My husband loves shrimp. He's Cajun, so that isn't really a surprise. He keeps bugging me to make crawfish, too. Shellfish and I have something of a torrid past, as one of my earliest memories is getting violently ill at a seafood restaurant. I still have a hard time finding the smell of cooking shrimp appetizing, but I am slowly coming around to the flavor. It's important to keep an open mind, you know? And this Shrimp Scampi makes it easy.In fact, it's my favorite shrimp recipe to date, which is kind of amazing considering how few … [Read more...] about Simple Low-FODMAP Shrimp Scampi
I don't know about you, but dried fruit is one of my favorite treats. It's so rich and fibrous that it satisfies really quickly compared to sweets with less substance. Like vanilla ice cream, which I could easily eat a pint of in one sitting. Uh, let's not talk about those days. Anyway, I found inspiration for this Apricot Pudding recipe while looking for things to do with an abundance of dried apricots I managed to collect over the winter. They're one of those things I tend to buy when they're on sale, forget I have, and then wind up with a … [Read more...] about Apricot Pudding (Qubani ka Meetha)