(Just a quick note to start, these are a paleo friendly dessert if you’re not worried about the trace amount of sugar in the sprinkles.) The 5 year old in me might be a little overexcited there’s finally all natural sprinkles available! I mean the kind of sprinkles where you can actually recognize the ingredients on the back of the … Read More
I feel like trying to use words to tell you how good a dairy free queso is, well… that’s kind of a tough sell! But if I could just pass you one of these chips loaded with queso, guacamole, and pico, you wouldn’t need any words at all.
I have been on such a kick with freeze dried fruit lately. It started with our trip to Iceland where I took along some freeze dried berries to put into our pancake mix. (This is the photo of Tyler with those pancakes and freshly brewed coffee.)
I’ve been getting lots of requests for more Instant Pot recipes as well as meatless meals. So today is a 2 for 1 kind of situation. Or it may be more than that come to think of it because this Tikka Masala is also vegan and Whole30 too!
Tyler loves apple pie, so it’s a flavor I like to work in as often as possible. So this year with the holidays coming up, I wanted make something around the apple pie concept that would be good for entertaining. The main goal was to keep it gluten free, paleo friendly, and easy to make!
When it comes to side dishes, I like to keep my recipes quick and easy with maximum flavor! We mostly lean towards bowl food types of dishes for an ‘all in one’ approach. But sometimes it’s nice to make a side dish or two to go with a simple entrée.
Ice cream treats are one of the best parts of summer. Not that I restrict ice cream to warmer months or anything, after all we live in Montana where we often have what seems like 8 months of winter. So we’re ice cream fanatics year round in this house, however icy treats in the summer are pretty much mandatory!
What is it about summer that almost demands you make a pasta salad? Maybe it’s just me, but I love getting creative with pasta salads during the warmer months. And today’s recipe is pretty much the essence of summer, packed with summer veggies and pesto.
When I did a poll over on Insta Stories to see whether I should make a honey mustard or a ranch trail mix, honey mustard ended up winning. But it won by just the narrowest of margins. So I felt like I really needed to make a ranch version as well.