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a great recipe!
Hereís another winner recipe from wheat-free champion nutritionist, Maria Emmerich! This one is for a very simple but tasty sandwich wrap with the flavors of tomato and basil.
Make a supply ahead of time, then stuff with lettuce, sprouts, tomato, (uncured, unprocessed) meats, some mustard, hummus, healthy mayonnaise, or salad dressing, and youíre ready to go!
If you donít have a basil Marinara, you can always add a teaspoon of dried or finely-chopped fresh basil or other herbs/spices.
a wonderful brunch treat
a lovely wholesome quick bread
This recipe uses Almond meal and NO Wheat
These chocolate chip cookies are like the kind you buy at the bakery: rich, moist, with that just-baked taste you canít get in store bought cookies. They are a bit of an indulgence, however, since they are rich in sugar-containing chocolate chips. Try to use the darkest chocolate chips you can find to reduce sugar exposure. Using Hersheyís Special Dark chocolate chips, each cookie will contain around 5 grams carbohydrate per cookie, which can add up after a couple or three cookies. By using the darkest chocolate chips you can find (or by making your own dark chocolate chunks by melting 85% or greater cocoa dark chocolate, melting and breaking into chunks), you can reduce carbohydrate exposure to around 2-3 grams per cookie. For ultra low-carb chocolate chunks, use 100% cocoa, some butter, coconut oil, or cocoa butter, and a non-aqueous sweetener like Truvia, melted in a double-boiler setup. Iíll bet that these cookies will even pass the taste test of an 8-year old!
a great all year round favourite
A declicious and healthy waffle!
from Christina @ Potluck
a copy of a traditional baked bean served at the Bean Festival.
These gluten free carrot muffins make a great addition to any brunch menu, though especially one for Mother's Day.
These lightly sweetened muffins are made with high fiber coconut flour. Don't let all that healthy stuff scare you off though, they're mighty tasty. And with yacon sweetening them, they're not too sweet. If you want to replace the yacon with agave your muffin will be just a bit sweeter. I tried making them both ways and preferred the yacon version.
I would say that yacon compares to agave the way molasses compares to honey. Yacon and molasses have a more subtle, round flavor, whereas agave and honey have a sharp, sweet flavor.
Either way, these muffins are a healthy treat great for breakfast, snack or dessert
My mother's amazing recipe!
a delicious and nutritious snack!
This is a muffin base recipe that you can add any fruit in place of the cherrries.. they are delicious