Recipes

Homemade Gut Microbiome Boosting Yogurt

Homemade Gut Microbiome Boosting Yogurt
  1 qt organic half and half 1 qt organic whole milk 2 5gm packets yogurt starter You will need a Yogourmet yogurt maker appliance and a candy the...

Banana Pecan Pancakes

Banana Pecan Pancakes
When you're following a specialized diet, Saturday morning breakfast can be a bit of a trick! I grew up having buttermilk pancakes with my grandma ...

Pear Arugula Parsley Green Smoothie

Pear Arugula Parsley Green Smoothie
Green smoothies are a great way to get lre-digested nutrition, chock full of raw enzymes, great Eliminators, and fiber that's easier on the body.

Chicken Bacon Olive Pizza

Chicken Bacon Olive Pizza

Because I work with so many specialty  diets and have lots of clients on healing diets like AIP and SCD currently, I wanted to play with food a little bit and bring some delicious healing dishes to the normally uneventful varieties usually available.  This is a success for regular eaters as well as those more "variety-challenged".  In particular this recipe I designed for AIP, but it's super simple to accomodate it to my SCD readers, just don't add the sweet potato.  

This recipe is also great for those following weight loss, paleo, or keto diets that are low carb as the typical bread crust has been replaced with cauliflower and coconut.  (no you can't taste the coconut).

Grown Up Peach Puree

Grown Up Peach Puree

They're great because they can be free of additives, be pure food, and since they are pureed, they are easy on a sensitive digestive system while still containing those coveted enzymes we look for in fresh raw fruits and vegetables.  Well, baby food can get old real fast, so I played with a variety of flavors to "grow them up" a little bit.

This grown up peach puree is a favorite of mine as it's cool and refreshing, and with a hit of ginger is calming to the belly.  The tastes are more mature and you don't feel like an overgrown baby eating it....I promise. 

Coconut Ball Cookies

Coconut Ball Cookies
Made with no congestors, no dairy, no nuts, no grains, and no refined sugar they are certainly a delight for a craving belly!

Turkey Thyme Breakfast Sausages

Turkey Thyme Breakfast Sausages
If you've ever been on a healing diet, sometimes meats are one of the only foods allowed and that can get dull real fast!  Having new flavorful options is a nice change up.  As always, if we must eat meat, please please bless the life that was given for you.  These are simple, easy, and can be made ahead of time  to make for fast grab and go breakfasts. 

Pear Pumpkin Breakfast Parfaits

Pear Pumpkin Breakfast Parfaits

They are so simple to make and they make a good healthy grab and go breakfast, or snack all throughout the week.  I make them all up on a weekend, and then store them, covered in individual glass dishes, taking one out each day.  

Anything I can do to make my meals simple and easy throughout a busy week is awesome in my book!

Pizza Balls with Marinara

2 tsp basil 1 tsp garlic salt 1 tsp onion salt 1 tsp oregano 1 tsp parsley 1 tsp rosemary (I use herbs fresh from my garden and use the ninja to bl...

Taco Salad with Homemade Taco Sauce

Taco Salad with Homemade Taco Sauce
Taco salad is a fan favorite around here because everyone can make it how they want it, leaving out what they turn their nose up, adding what they love, and still making a nutritious collaboration of flavor.  But the sauce you use makes all the difference!

Turkey Burgers With Nomato Burger Sauce

Turkey Burgers With Nomato Burger Sauce
The Burger sauce is made sans tomato, so great for those that typically get heartburn from the fruit, or are currently on the Autoimmune Protocol which doesn't allow tomato.  It boasts beet, peach and plum to give it the tangy mix of flavors, and its great for those that don't like beets because you won't even know it's there.  It gives it great color though!

Creamy Carrot Soup with Parsley Parmesan Crackers

Creamy  Carrot Soup with Parsley Parmesan Crackers

Soups are a great way to combine raw with cooked enzyme rich vegetables, easy digestion, and encouraged plant nutrition throughout the day.  Focusing on choosing a soup or salad for lunch reduces the need to develop creative meals throughout the day and lets you focus on leaving one meal of the day for recipes using meat and congestor foods:  supper.   Plus, it's easy to whip up a couple different soups over the weekend and portion out servings throughout the week without having to cook each day. Time saver, nutrient dense, plant based = perfection!