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I made an easy sausage stew recipe tonight that I have to share with you. It’s simple, uses a lot of semi homemade ingredients, and is jam-packed with healthy vegetables like green beans and spinach. It’s another hump day recipe for my low carb section. So that makes it a (…)
Spritz cookies gluten free: there are a lot of recipes online with very beautiful photos and expert tips on making gluten free spritz cookies. If you love spritz cookies but need to be gluten and corn free like we do, I’ve got a few extra tips for you. It’s no (…)
Gluten and corn free cookie cutter cookies, anyone? Every year in our house we’ve been making these cookies together as a family. We do it a few weeks before Christmas. Then we have a get together party to decorate all the cookies. The kids love this part! This recipe makes (…)
Call me crazy, but sugar, flour, and butter are not my idea of a healthy snack for children. But that is what they crave. I read that gluten has an addictive quality and an opiate effect on people similar to heroin. Crazy, isn’t it? I especially don’t want baby girl learning to crave that kind of food. It’s a bad habit. I needed to invent a solution to my need for packable, transportable, good tasting bread. And I found it: grain free scones I like to call “Oh Mega! Scones.” (…)
This Low Carb Cheesecake Recipe was originally featured by Jimmy Moore on Livin’ La Vida Low Carb website and is reprinted here with dairy free low carb cake options for readers avoiding dairy products. Please read our notes for how to make dairy free whipped cream and a dairy free (…)
If you want cake but are on a low carb diet, try this low carb carrot cake recipe. It is moist and spongy and is not too sweet. I made this low carb carrot cake recipe as part of our gluten free family’s resolution to kick the refined sugar habit. (…)
Brussels sprouts have long been the least favorite vegetable among kids, but these little mini cabbage heads get munched on when we make them this way in our house. And they are so healthy for us. Packed with vitamins A, C, and K, this vegetable is a great cancer fighter. It is very high in antioxidants, so anything I can do to get the kids to eat their Brussels sprouts is a high priority. (…)