Dark Chocolate Bark Three Ways (Cranberry Pistachio, Apricot Cranberry Walnut, and Toasted Coconut and Hazelnut with Sea Salt)

The holidays are coming and with that comes lots of opportunities to eat!  To keep yourself on the clean eating pathway, make a batch of the Dark Chocolate Bark that I am sharing over at Delicious Obsessions and bring it along to that holiday party.  Check out the recipes here! …

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Mexican Cauli-rice (Grain-free, Gluten-free, Paleo, Primal, SCD-Legal, Vegan Option)

We love Mexican food around here! Today’s recipe for Mexican Cauli-rice is the perfect side dish to any Mexican meal. I try to do a taco night at least once a month, usually two times.  Fajitas are another favorite and I love them whether they are chicken, beef, or pork! …

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Apple Pie Granola (Grain/Gluten-free, Paleo, Vegan, SCD-Legal)

So it’s fall and pumpkin gets all the attention.  But let’s not forget Fall’s other delicious harvest – apples!! It’s full-fledged apple picking season in Michigan and the crop is bountiful this year!  A couple of weekends ago we made a trip out to our favorite orchard and stocked up …

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Rosemary and Thyme Roasted Shrimp with Zoodles (Paleo, Gluten/Grain-free, SCD Legal)

Today’s recipe is a bit of a recipe refashion if you will.  I’ve reworked one of my favorite ways to prepare shrimp and added them to some zucchini noodles.  When I first developed the original recipe, I was including white rice in my diet and it made a nice side to …

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Curry Chicken Salad with Apples and Pecans

Getting tired of the same old, boring lunch?  Today’s post is for you! I’m sharing one of my favorite lunch recipes over at Delicious Obsessions today – Curry Chicken Salad with Apples and Pecans!  A little crunchy, a little sweet, and a little spicy.  Perfect!  Head over and check it …

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How to Make Tostones (Fried Plantains)

If you have never had a plantain, then boy are you missing out!  They might look like bananas, but they are so much more versatile and depending on the level of ripeness, they can be sweet or starchy.  Tostones, or twice fried plantains, are the perfect way to try out …

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