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Fried Ham and Potatoes with Brussels Sprouts

Crispy ham, browned bits of potato with sweet onions and tender brussels sprouts. This is my favorite healthy comfort food meal! grain free, dairy free, gluten free, whole30Crispy ham, browned bits of potato with sweet onions and tender brussels sprouts.

Uh—yum!!!

This was my favorite meal as a kid (well, minus the sprouts!). My grandma and mom both made this and it was so delicious. I’m still envious of the way they can get everything perfectly browned and get all of those fabulous little blackened bits on the bottom.

One of the best things about this is that, even though it’s a childhood favorite, it’s a healthy grain-free meal that I can enjoy today. Continue reading

Skillet Meal: Brussels Sprouts and Eggs

I’m getting tired of winter and winter vegetables. Is anyone else?

This is always the time of year that I start to lose my enthusiasm for vegetables and fruits that are only in season right now because they handle cold storage well. So, it’s time for a little extra creativity!
This skillet meal is so warm and delicious, with sweet, crispy brussels sprouts and salty, runny, fried eggs. Mmmmmmm...
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Coconut Chai

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It’s that time of year. The cold weather and snow has returned here to upstate New York. It’s time for a cup of tea! Continue reading

The Secret to the BEST homemade Almond Butter

The Secret to the BEST Homemade Almond Butter

Delicious almond butter is such a treat, especially while trying to eat grain-free. With this recipe, you can make the best almond butter, right at home! Find out the secret here... (Paleo, whole30, dairy free, refined sugar free)
I haven’t posted many recipes lately and there’s a reason for that. Namely, I haven’t been cooking much right now. It’s been the holidays which means if it wasn’t a cookie or chocolate, I’m not bothering with it.

(Except for potato chips- I love potato chips. Eating gluten free with lots of traveling, holiday parties, and staying at other people’s homes, I end up eating lots of potato chips. But I don’t mind. Because I love them.)

But…now the holidays are over. I’m not big into resolutions, but I’m definitely into easing out of the craziness of holiday eating. Continue reading