Here are our favorite time saving holiday kitchen tips from our own family. Since Santa doesn’t bring the gift of time, this advice is the next best thing for your holiday meals. I promise, these ideas – plan, delegate, chop, cook – will help you get organized and enjoy the season so much more!
Gluten Free Foods have come a long way, in my opinion – especially in the area of desserts. You have to get creative, to be sure, but you can enjoy some mighty tasty treats. Like these Gluten Free Dark Chocolate Quinoa Sugar Cookies. Continue reading “Gluten Free Foods: Quinoa and Dark Chocolate Sugar Cookies”
Here’s a quick recipe for homemade pumpkin cinnamon whipped cream to top any holiday dessert. Not only is this DIY whipped cream recipe Paleo compliant and low carb, it’s also a sneaky way to add in some vegetable to your treat. Your kids will never know because it tastes so good!
These healthy Halloween treats have no corn syrup, no granulated sugar and no chemical dyes. Instead, they’re made with vegetable coloring and honey. I think that might make them a health food, right? These make the perfect Halloween indulgence or gift for neighbors and friends. Plus, they’re so simple to make!
Here’s a recipe for a no yeast, sweet, Sourdough Maple Bread loaf. We show you how to make this no knead bread that’s so soft and tangy it makes the perfect toast or sandwich bread. Make artisan sourdough bread at home! Continue reading “Sourdough Maple Bread”
Host a Day of the Dead party with all the traditions of the celebration but with a healthy twist! Make these no-sugar calavaras de azucar, or low carb sugar skulls. They have no table sugar but use instead a low-carb sweetener. We even show you how to paint your skulls with naturally dyed sugar glaze!
Make your own gourmet marshmallows using organic gelatin, local honey and purchased or homegrown pumpkin. Gourmet marshmallows are an easy dessert to whip up, though they look as if you labored over them for hours. In ten simple steps you’ll have this pumpkin spiced treat for the holidays! Continue reading “Pumpkin Spice Gourmet Marshmallows”
Using healthy sugars, organic beef gelatin and the sweet-tart flavor of apple cider, you can whip up a batch of these wassail apple cider marshmallows for a holiday treat. Bonus, there’s no corn syrup in this recipe!
Do you can your own apple slices? If you do, here’s how to use the leftover liquid from that process to make up small batches of canned apple cider concentrate. This canning recipe doesn’t require anything you don’t already have on hand – you don’t even need to buy or make apple cider! Here’s how easy it is in five simple steps.
Here’s how to make and how to use sun dried tomatoes – the ones that cost so much in the fancy food stores. Sun dried tomatoes are low carb friendly and healthy. You don’t even have to have a dehydrator to make them yourself! Continue reading “How to Make Sun Dried Tomatoes”