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Flavors of Summer Skillet

A funny story about how this recipe came about. I was trying to figure out a cover for my upcoming cookbook.  And was not really that excited about my previous pictures.  I needed a statement back cover to compliment the front cover.  I knew what I wanted by just couldn't get the right shot.  So, … Continue reading Flavors of Summer Skillet

Fruit Syrup/Sauce

  Fruit Syrup/Sauce This is a sauce always in the refrigerator. It is essentially a thick soup jelly like sauce. In less than 15 minutes you have an all-in-once pancake and waffle sauce. I have been known to freeze it in ice cube trays with Popsicle sticks for a sweet summer treat. 2-3 cups blueberries, … Continue reading Fruit Syrup/Sauce

Fruit Pizza

Click here for the Fall Dip All the flavors of fall in this creamy dip Fruit Pizza 1 package Bob's Red Mill Paleo Flour1 jar Fall Dip (follow link)1 whole apples, peaches, strawberries, pears, cherries, blueberries, mandarin oranges (fresh and sliced to desired size) Make Bob’s Red Mill Paleo Flour pancake recipe on side of the … Continue reading Fruit Pizza

Roasted Root Vegetable Soup with Ground Meat

This soup is worth the effort. Roasted Root Vegetable Soup with Ground Meat This recipe takes a some prep work but, comes together pretty easily.  The bonus is that it can be combined in a crock pot and be a surefire crowd pleaser at any potluck event or perfect for meal prep.  Pre-roasting the vegetables adds … Continue reading Roasted Root Vegetable Soup with Ground Meat

Quinoa Fruit Salad

This is easy to toss together and can sit out during potlucks since there is no dairy or mayonnaise. The bleeding of the thawed out blueberries made for a fun splash of purple in the quinoa. Quinoa fruit salad Have fun with this not-so-pretty looking but oh-so-good tasting salad.   1 cup quinoa (toast and boil … Continue reading Quinoa Fruit Salad

Best Ever BLT salad

  Best Ever BLT salad You will never miss the taste of toast again when you take a bite out of this salad.   1.5 tablespoon almond butter1 teaspoon dijon mustard (I like to use Sir Kensington's brand)1/2 teaspoon coconut aminos1/4-1-2 teaspoon extra light extra virgin olive oil (optional to thin out the dressing to desired … Continue reading Best Ever BLT salad

Jalapeno poppers

  Jalapeno poppers You will never ever use another recipe again.  The biggest challenge to this recipe it too not eat all the filling before you put it into the jalapenos!  I am not reinventing a wheel with this recipe I simply make some modifications to it. Being mostly dairy free has never tasted sooooo good.  … Continue reading Jalapeno poppers

End of the summer garden skillet meal

If you love to meal prep then this recipe is for you.  Quick and easy with an added bonus of making the break room at work smell amazing! Having odds and ends items left over from other recipe really is not a bad thing.  As for the case with recipe.  One quick trip to the … Continue reading End of the summer garden skillet meal

Egg muffins made easy

Print recipe here: The seriously the easiest egg muffins ever Grease standard size muffin tin Pour ¼ to ½ full of egg white product or one whole eggs per well Place large spoonful of salsa of choice into well Place chopped turkey into well Give light stir and cook 20-25 minutes at 350 Take out … Continue reading Egg muffins made easy

One skillet: fish with green beans and jalapenos

  One skillet green beans and fish For those of us who tend to a garden, you understand when the vegetable plants get over zealous and rather prolific. I have been picking literally a pound of green beans everyday for the past two weeks. Last month it was zucchini, now it is green beans, and … Continue reading One skillet: fish with green beans and jalapenos