How to put the PRO in Protein.

Cooking a whole chicken, a roast, or a duck can be extremely intimidating – especially for the first time. It doesn’t have to be. And honestly, when putting to practice some of these tips, its nearly effortless. If you’re cooking for flavor, I believe time is your greatest advocate. I know a lot of people…

Probiotic AIP Gummy Bears

Lemon gummy bears made with beef gelatin and kombucha? Is this a candy or a multivitamin? I jumped up and down the first time I made these for my boys. A treat I could give them that is not filled with inflammatory syrups, sugars and dyes! Beef Gelatin – I add this supplement to everything!…

Seed Biscuits

We For those of us following an AIP diet (the Auto Immune Protocol) successful reintroductions always deserve the happy dance! I chose to begin my reintroductions with seeds – for their versatility and nutritional benefits. One of the many challenges of the Auto Immune Protocol is getting enough fiber in. That is no longer an…

Cassava Brownies

  Brownies. Chocolate. Gooey and delicious. Today we made something just for fun. While this recipe wasn’t intended to meet the requirements for a health dessert, it still packs a seriously healthy punch! With beef gelatin, (yes I’m obsessed) and raw cacao you are still adding benefits to your diet, while eating dessert. Beef gelatin…

All Purpose AIP Flatbread

    Batch cooking is essential to most following an AIP diet, and very worthwhile for all. Its also helpful when batch cooking, to create something versatile. Thats what inspired this recipe. I aimed for a simple bread that I could use for anything and everything. From hamburger buns, to flatbread, even a pizza base,…

AIP Lemon Blueberry Scones

I am so proud of this recipe. And even more elated to be sharing it with you! Being diagnosed with Auto Immune Diseases was not easy to swallow. In addition to that, my boys were both diagnosed with Celliac Disease. One of my sons also with the rare manifestation of Dermatitis Herpetiformis. I jumped into…

Sourdough Oat Cake

I love oats. I also love cake. Whats not to love about oat cake? Especially for a quick breaky with a steaming cup of coffee – I am in heaven. This recipe is so easy, and comes out beautifully rustic, with a chewy crust and gooey inside. Its dense, filling and absolutely delightful. Oats are…

Cassava Pizza Crust – AIP

Let’s talk Cassava. My previous post was on Cassava Flatbread. After making this recipe for the second time this week, I felt it was owed a second salute. The recipe for this pizza is exactly the same. No new ingredients, however, I wanted to touch on just how versatile and incredible the Yuka root is…

AIP Cassava Flatbread

  *Recipe has seen revision. I have omitted the Applesauce and found a texture lending itself much more to a chewy flatbread. Of course, you may try it either way.* We are a few months into building our home, doing most of the labor ourselves. Making time for new recipes and kitchen experiments has been…

Country Crumble – Allergen Friendly

  My oldest turned five this month, I cannot believe it! We live on nearly 200 acres, and on some of those acres there are some impressive and ancient apple orchards. A few of these aged and beautiful trees are of the summer variety. We dont have to wait for fall to bake up a…