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I got this recipe from Mark Sisson's Daily Apple blog. Good for gluten free, primal, or Paleo diet
These are very moist and delicious. Gluten and dairy free, and GAPS friendly if you are trying to follow that diet. The recipe (from mommypotamus website) called them biscuits but they are more like cookies to me.
from Eating for Life cookbook.
Original recipe in Eating For Life cookbook uses 1/2 cup soy flour where I've used 1/4 cup each almond flour and all purpose flour. I've done it both ways and the brownies have a better consistency using the almond and all-purpose flours.
from Eating for Life Cookbook
from Eating For Life cookbook
From Eating For Life cookbook
I used to make a ricj spinach dip using cream cheese. In trying to eat healthier I've found that silken soft tofu makes an excellent substitute for cream cheese. Although I use fresh spinach and cook it down, you can use 10 oz frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained well. This makes 10 to 12 half-cup servings. Varies depending on how many hearts of palm are in the can.
This is a great all purpose seasoning and can also replace the onion soup seasoning that comes in the envelopes (like Knorr).
Taken and adapted from The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook.
This is a recipe titled "Parmezano Sprinkles" from the Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook. It is free of gluten, corn and nuts. You can also make it soy-free by using chickpea miso instead of light miso. It has more the texture of parmesan cheese than the taste and will give a nice crustiness when sprinkled on dishes that are baked.
This is from Alton Brown's cookbook "I'm Just Here For More Food" and modified by substituting applesauce for butter and cutting the sugar from 3 Tablespoons to 1 tablespoon. Truthfully, I think that the sugar could be cut more or left out especially if using sweetened applesauce.
From the Midmeals section of Eating For Life cookbook.
(Seems very high in salt on nutrition info. I drained and rinsed the canned olives to try to reduce the amount)
From Eating For Life cookbook.
Recipe is from Eating For Life cookbook. Nuts and cherries are optional and not included in nutritional info.
This is the chunky beef stew recipe from Eating For Life, but instead of using 4 potatoes, I used 2 potatoes and 2 sweet potatoes. The red wine is optional, but is included in the nutritional info.
A variation of the Cajun Shrimp Stir Fry from Clean Eating magazine