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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Quinoa, pronounced KEEN-WAH, is a really amazing whole grain that can be subbed for other carbs in many dishes.   Quinoa’s health awesomeness includes: -It’s gluten free -It’s a complete protein, offers all of the amino acids in a healthy balance -High in potassium, which helps control blood pressure -Reduces inflammation -It may be helpful […]

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It’s April and I’m in Texas. That usually means beautiful Spring weather, already including some warm days. Like yesterday, for example. My family was over in the evening for dinner/Sherlock and we had to crank the AC while all the cooking was going on. The kids went to bed in shorts and tshirts (for the […]

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This is one of my favorite ways to have eggs. And I LOVE eggs. B on the other hand, does not like eggs at all. And he requests this. So that’s saying something! The tomato and herbs make it a delicious little slice of Italy. My sister-in-law commented that she thought it tasted like lasagna. […]

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I love me some pancakes, but there are days that I don’t want to stand at the stove for 20 minutes. There was a day like that this week, which is when I decided to pour the batter in to a 9×13. 20 minutes of sitting on the couch later, I was eating a square […]

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Yea you read that right. SO GOOD. These are filling and super healthy, so they can be for breakfast, a snack or dessert. Totally fitting for all three. And we ate them like that for two days until they were gone. We are coconut lovers over here (if you didn’t know…..) and my girls downed […]

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  • Julie

    For recipes like this one and others, what do you recommend for almond/nut substitution? I got a hubby allergic to peanuts and treenuts. Would coconut flour work?

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    • Hey Julie! Coconut flour is really dense and requires a lot of liquid, so it’s not a flour that you can sub 1 for 1 in recipes. You could search for recipes that specifically use coconut or maybe oat flour. Good luck!ReplyCancel