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Fruit Crumble Bars

My favorite childhood fruit crumble bars experiment using grain-free/gluten-free Cassava flour succeeded! The taste is exactly how I remember growing up so it’s hard to believe you are not eating the real thing. For the dough, it’s best to use goat or sheep kefir or yogurt because they are easier […]

 

Easy Apple Cake (grain-free)

I made this Apple Cake while visiting my family in the Czech Republic and even though they do not follow a grain-free diet they all loved it! This version of Apple Cake is basically the same as my Plum Poppy Seed Cake, except the apples are mixed into the dough […]

 

Grain-Free Apple Pie

Apple Pie is a Thanksgiving classic, but it’s definitely a must-make dessert during apple season in fall.  This Grain-Free Apple Pie tastes similarly to Apple Strudel except this one has a double crust and is not rolled like a classic Apple Strudel that is hard to do with a gluten-free/grain-free […]

 

Oyster Mushroom Tripe Soup

This Oyster Mushroom Tripe Soup is fast, filling, nutritious, and it’s hard to believe you are not eating a real tripe soup! Oyster Mushrooms Benefits  Oyster mushrooms are highly nutritious and may promote heart health thanks to fibers called beta-glucans. Beta-glucans are fermented by gut bacteria that help reduce cholesterol […]

 

Cassava Flour Pancakes

These family favorite Cassava Flour Pancakes are a festive Sunday morning or Holiday breakfast that will definitely fill you up and please your taste buds! To make them extra festive, you can add 1 Tbsp Pumpkin Pie Spice to the flour mixture. For this recipe, you will need goat milk […]

 

Pumpkin Spice Walnut Bread

This gluten-free walnut bread infused with fall flavor of pumpkin spice is a gut-friendly twist on rye bread with a little sweetness from yacón syrup and crunch from walnuts. It has a bit of dense consistency and is perfect for sandwiches or lightly spread with President butter for breakfast or […]

 

Plum Poppy Seed Cake

You might have noticed I use poppy seeds in many of my recipes. One reason is I grew up in Eastern Europe where poppy seeds are very popular and the second reason is, it’s rich in minerals like manganese, copper, or calcium and gives the food it’s authentic flavor. Poppy […]

 

Pesto Shrimps with Sautéed Veggies and Yuca

Are you looking for a quick and healthy dinner? Try these Pesto Shrimps with Sautéed Okra, Baby Bok Choy, and Shiitake Mushrooms, all served with boiled Yuca root. It’s a filling meal full of vitamins, minerals, and fiber and best of all it’s lectin-free and gluten-free! To utilize all the […]

 

Lemon-Poppy Seed Muffins

The recipe for these Lemon-Poppy Seed Muffins is adapted from the Plant Paradox Cookbook originally made as a coffee cake but can be easily changed into muffins as pictured.  These muffins have a great texture and sweetness from coconut and almond flours, plus added sweetener of your choice. I like […]

 

Fennel-Mango Salad

This Fennel-Mango Salad is pleasing for your gut. It is packed with a good source of vitamin C, and resistant starch! It is perfect all year round, but it’s especially refreshing during warm months. It pairs great with my grain-free crackers for a light lunch or dinner.  You wonder what […]

 

Grain-Free Crackers

You will like these grain-free crackers even if you are not following a grain, gluten, or lectin-free diet. These crackers are filled with healthy fats, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and vitamin E. They are crunchy, filling, easy to make, and they make a great snack or appetizer. I like them on […]

 

Chai Crumble Muffins (grain-free)

These Chai Muffins are a must for fall! They are so fragrant from all the spices used and have a great texture thanks to the pumpkin puree, just perfect for fall.  Added pecans and chocolate chunks add a nice crunch and nutritional value. The crumble will make you think you […]

 

Grain-Free Lemon Butter Cookies

These Grain-Free Lemon Butter cookies are the perfect guilt-free treat. Light, soft, and refreshing with the right sweetness from Allulose and Monk fruit extract and great texture from Almond and Coconut flour.  They are very easy and quick to make!  To give these cookies that classic buttery flavor, use ghee […]

 

Vegetable Soup with Millet

You will love this warming Vegetable Soup with Millet that is full of flavor and nutrients! This soup is made from ingredients you probably already have in your fridge. It’s one of those comforting soup recipes that’s so easy to make, loaded with vegetables, and keeps you feeling full and […]

 

Blueberry Scones with Lemon Glaze

I was looking for a good scone recipe for a long time and finally came across this amazing recipe by Dr. Mark Hyman and his cranberry scones with orange glaze. I didn’t have cranberries or oranges at home when I decided to make the scones so I used in season […]

 

Sugar-Free Strawberry Sorbet

Need a sweet way to cool down? Try this easy, refreshing, sweet, but healthy sorbet! It sure will be your family’s favorite treat! It’s better to use frozen strawberries to make this sorbet, but fresh strawberries also work. It just takes a little longer time to make it.  You will […]