Tag: gluten-free

Up close image of Double Chocolate Chia Pudding in a martini glass
Desserts

Double Chocolate Chia Pudding

Ok. All you dessert loving, chocolate craving, health conscience foodies out there are going to luv, luv, luv me today! Why? Well…because I am about to rock your world with my Double Chocolate Chia Pudding. This dessert is so amazingly easy and so delicious and…dare I say…good for you? Only five […]

Image of a bowl of Paleo Chicken Noodle Soup
Entrees

Paleo Chicken Noodle Soup

I do believe Winter has arrived! Wind chills that drop us into the single digits and a huge portion of the population stumbling around bleary eyed, runny nosed, and congested. Demand is high for hand sanitizer, kleenex, and homemade Paleo Chicken Noodle Soup. Just Makes You Feel Better Did your […]

Chipotle Chili-Lime Wings
Side Dishes

Chipotle Chili-Lime Wings

If you’ve ever tried to order wings for the Superbowl from your local wing joint, you know just how iffy that can be! Long lines, delivery mishaps, and messed up orders. These wings are not only super delicious, but they are so easy to make and sure to be a crowd […]

Entrees

Instant Pot Thai Inspired Beef Curry

The love affair with my Instant Pot continues! I’m wandering through Whole Foods frantically trying to figure out what to make for dinner. Why? Because a sunny day in the middle of January means Lynette spent some time on the golf course and is now frantically wandering through Whole Foods […]

Knock the Chill Off Paleo Chili
Entrees

Knock the Chill Off Paleo Chili

I’m sure my dislike of cold weather can be directly linked to my childhood. I grew up in a home where we were often reminded “money doesn’t grow on trees” and to “turn the light off when you leave a room”. Bless his heart, my Dad was frugal and always […]

Image of Southern Style Cooked Cabbage
Side Dishes

Southern Style Cooked Cabbage

Growing up, cabbage used to be one of my favorite vegetables. I remember loving it when we went to my Grandma’s house or my Auntie Rose’s house and there’d be a pot of simmering cabbage on the stove, made with ham hocks, if I’m remembering correctly. I do remember always […]