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Salmon Cakes

This post was originally published on this siteHere is what I love about Salmon Cakes. I can throw all of the ingredients into the food processor in the morning, transfer to a bowl, throw into the refrigerator and then cook… Continue Reading →

Bulletproof Dandy Blend

This post was originally published on this siteMost mornings, my husband fixes us all a nourishing breakfast of eggs and bacon, but sometimes I am just not in the mood. However, skipping breakfast is simply not my style. After an… Continue Reading →

Grain-Free Almond Butter Cookies

This post was originally published on this siteToday it was rainy and a perfect day to bake. My kids requested cookies and so I set out to create a cookie recipe that we could all enjoy. Keep in mind that… Continue Reading →

Carob Covered Peep Cakes

I need to stop going to the craft store. Not because I’m especially crafty, but because there are so many cool baking things too! My daughter and I were at a local craft shop and discovered the Easter baking section… Continue Reading →

Pumpkin/Squash Soup

This post was originally published on this siteI accidentally came up with a new way of cooking pumpkin one day when I just didn’t feel like cleaning the bacon pan. Nearly every morning my husband cooks breakfast that includes bacon…. Continue Reading →

Gluten-Free Gingerbread Donuts

This post was originally published on this siteThe best kitchen purchase I’ve made since my dehydrator was the donut mold. I’ve created some beautiful, healthy, and gluten-free donuts for my family. A quick scan of my pantry revealed an opened… Continue Reading →

Crispy Ranch Garbanzos

This post was originally published on this siteAfter going through my pantry and locating some dried garbanzo beans, I decided to take my chances with a recipe I’d been thinking about. This would also work with canned beans, although I… Continue Reading →

Steak Tartare

Steak tartare is nothing more than beef tenderloin, minced, spiced, and served with a variety of vegetables or some crusty sourdough bread (or with forks, like at my house). Nutritionally speaking, you really can’t go wrong with a lovely piece of… Continue Reading →

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