Tag: Gluten Free

Gluten Free

Any recipe tagged “Gluten Free” is either presented as a gluten free recipe or one that can easily be made gluten free with the suggested alterations and tips.  No recipe is guaranteed; please consult a physician to determine what is appropriate for your body.

In general, the recipes at Homestead Lady never include ingredients like corn syrup or other processed sugars, margarine, highly processed grains or synthetic dyes.  Instead, we will help you craft a healthy kitchen based on whole foods principles:

  • whole, properly processed grains – including fermentation like sourdough – though gluten free foods are always clearly indicated as such
  • real, quality fats like animal lards, whole milk butters and rich oils
  • a variety of vegetables and fruits
  • alternatives diets like Paleo, Keto, gluten-free and others

Lemon Verbena Low Carb Macaroons

Use this herbal low carb macaroons recipe for a light and airy treat as summer descends upon us.  We chose scented geraniums and lemon verbena for this recipe, but you can use any herbal combination you want! 

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Herbal Flower and Rose Syrup

Do you have a recipe that includes rose water or rose syrup and you’d like to make your own?  Have you gone foraging and now have edible and herbal flower specimens like honeysuckle and clover that you’d like to use?  Here is a simple recipe for an edible flower syrup that you can use in so many different ways. 

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3 Quick Ways to Preserve Grapes

If you end up with a lot of fresh table grapes that you’d like to deal with quickly so they don’t spoil, read on!  Here are three quick ways to preserve grapes in order of time consumption and hassle for the busy homesteader and DIYer. 

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Spring Wildflower and Violet Popcorn l Foraged violets and other wildflowers can be used to garnish fresh popped popcorn l Homestead Lady.com

Wildflower Violet Popcorn

Have extra edible flowers on hand?  Made some some sugared violets for a cake and have some left over?  Don’t toss them!  Make this family-friendly violet popcorn and make your movie night a thing of elegance.  Spring Wildflower and Violet Popcorn l Use foraged violets and other wildflowers to garnish fresh popped popcorn l Homestead Lady.com

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Lower Carb Sugared Violets l Use low carb sugars to make sugared violets for lovely baking and decorating l Homestead Lady.com

5-Step Low Carb Sugared Violets

If you’re inspired to make sugared violets every spring, but are trying to watch your carbs, here’s a simple solution for you: low carb sugared violets!  This process is so simple that even the kids can help out.  You should be enjoying low carb sugared violets in just a few days with these 5 steps!  Lower Carb Sugared Violets l Use low carb sugars to make sugared violets for lovely baking and decorating l Homestead Lady.com

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Chocolate Honey Pooh Day Cake l Celebrate author AA Milne's birthday with Pooh Day cake and crafts l Homestead Lady.com

Chocolate Honey Pooh Day Cake

Cast off the doldrums of these gray, January days by celebrating Winnie the Pooh Day with your family!  From crafts to family reading time to this Chocolate Honey Pooh Day Cake recipe, this is the prefect time to take a break on the homestead this winter.  Bonus, this recipe is grain-free, refined-sugar free and Paleo friendly!  Chocolate Honey Pooh Day Cake l Celebrate author AA Milne's birthday with Pooh Day cake and crafts l Homestead Lady.com Continue reading “Chocolate Honey Pooh Day Cake”

Dehydrated Paleo Hash Browns Recipe l Make perfect hash browns each time l Homestead Lady.com

Dehydrated Paleo Hash Browns

You may think that because you’ve gone Paleo or even Keto that you can never enjoy your favorite breakfast foods again.  No, ma’am!  Try this method for making dehydrated Paleo hash browns from Paleo and Keto approved veggies.  Dehydrating them before you use them is the secret to keeping them perfectly moist, without being a soggy mess.

Dehydrated Paleo Hash Browns Recipe l Make perfect hash browns each time l Homestead Lady.com

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Holiday Keto Fat Bomb: The “Sugar Plum”

Who says Keto can’t be festive?!  Here’s a simple recipe for a modern twist of the traditional confection, the sugar plum.  Using coconut and pomegranate, this holiday Keto fat bomb recipe is sure to please.    Continue reading “Holiday Keto Fat Bomb: The “Sugar Plum””

Blackberry Jam with Shredded Apple Pectin Substitute l A canning recipe l Homestead Lady.com

Substitute for Pectin: Blackberry Jam with Shredded Apple

Blackberry Jam with Shredded Apple Pectin Substitute l A canning recipe l Homestead Lady.comYou’ve just started your blackberry jam and you open the cupboard to discover you’ve run out of pectin.  The stores are closed, the kids are in bed, you’ve already taken off your bra – no way you’re going to the store!  No worries, grab a few apples and you can finish that tasty batch of blackberry jam with this shredded apple pectin replacement. Continue reading “Substitute for Pectin: Blackberry Jam with Shredded Apple”

Once a Month Canning l Schedule month by month canning projects to prevent canning overwhelm l Homestead Lady.com

Once a Month Meals: Home Canning Schedule

You’ve heard of Once a Month Meals, right?  Well, here’s a schedule for Once a Month Meals – the Home Canning version!  Here are twelve store-bought items you will water-bath and pressure can at home this year.  One food each month.  No stress, a modest time investment, lots of healthy meal planning at home. Once a Month Canning l Schedule month by month canning projects to prevent canning overwhelm l Homestead Lady.com Continue reading “Once a Month Meals: Home Canning Schedule”