Pistachio Protein Pudding–YUM!

Pistachio Protein Pudding--Yum! and Protein Filled!

Today is National Pistachio Day.  Around here we LOVE pistachios.  We could just eat them plain almost any day.  One of our favorites recipes is Pistachio Protein Pudding.  It’s sweet, nutty, tastes great and is packed with protein.  The whole family loves it. You can use any vanilla protein powder.  We like Raw Meal around [continue reading…]

Slow Cooker Paleo Chicken Tortilla Soup

Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup #soup

It’s cold outside so its no wonder this month is National Soup Month.  Around here we love soup, especially in the winter, and especially when I can use a slow cooker.  Soups taste great and often require little hands-on time which is a win-win for me. Late last month I took an allergy test and [continue reading…]

Whole Wheat Honey Oatmeal Bread

Whole Wheat Honey Oatmeal #Bread #recipe

One of my husband’s favorite lunches includes a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.  In trying to avoid preservatives found in commercial breads, I’ve been experimenting with different bread recipes.  I’ve experimented with whole wheat breads, gluten free breads, and combination breads, and this recipe has by far been the favorite.  I’ve now made it many [continue reading…]

Paleo Blueberry Muffins

#Paleo Blueberry Muffins that actually taste good!

My family has many food allergies and we’ve been experimenting with quite a few recipes to find the best combination for all involved.  Currently Paleo recipes seem to accommodate most of our needs and as such I suppose you could say we have gone Paleo (although we are doing so for slightly different reasons than [continue reading…]

5 Casseroles Your Kids Will Love

5 Amazing #Casserole Recipes Your Kids Will Love

I don’t know about you but around here life can get crazy around supper time especially with homeschooling, choir rehearsals, church activities, and swim lessons.  That said, our go-to recipes lately have been casseroles!  I love them because you can make them ahead of time (and even freeze them), and then just pop them into [continue reading…]