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Recipes


Had to post a quick picture of my delicious almond flour English Muffin with cheese & egg. Wow. WOW. It was amazing.       It was actually hard to eat because all the baking soda went into the wrong bowl and puffed it up like crazy so I ate it with a fork. However, […]

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Three Meals in the Freezer

by Kristi on May 20, 2014 · 0 comments


I’m so excited to have my meals done in the freezer! We better eat them on the road Here are my veggies that I will fit into the baking dish with the salmon.     My delicious wild caught Salmon. I put olive oil, salt, pepper, parsley, and put lemon slices in between.   Here […]

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Almond flour Pancakes

by Kristi on May 18, 2014 · 0 comments


I made these delicious Almond Flour pancakes for Mother’s Day and we had a lot of fans. I found some extra in the freezer Friday morning and somehow I toasted them all and ate them all.. YUM! Since I’m in planning/baking/freezing mode for our RV trip next month I thought I would make a batch […]

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Frozen Meals

by Kristi on May 17, 2014 · 1 comment


I’m on a mission to freeze dinners for an upcoming RV Camping trip we are taking in June. I feel like a few of the nights we will be in the RV and simply not want to go DRIVE anywhere, walk anywhere, but just pop open our chairs and sit down while a meal bakes […]

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This was a delicious recipe. I grabbed some Pacific codfish at the store and brought it home. I almost got an egg and dipped the fish, and then dipped it again in almond flour to fry up some fish sticks but for some reason I feel like that takes forever so I decided not to. […]

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Vanille Extract & Vodka

by Kristi on November 30, 2012 · 0 comments


I can’t have regular vanilla vodka so I have to keep this recipe for later when I can drink alcohol again! (I’m still testing my no sugars right now.) My method is pretty easy: I use vodka but grain alcohol should work fine. I cut about 25-30 madagascar vanilla beans down the middle but not quite all the way […]

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Roasted Lemon Cauliflower

by Kristi on November 15, 2012 · 0 comments


Delicious! Roasted Cauliflower is such a yummy veggie and if I don’t blog it, I will forget about it and go hunting down the Facebook status I posted it in a few months ago… Like I did today. The link I found it from added curry powder but I don’t like spicy so I prefer […]

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Fruity Green Salad

by Kristi on May 22, 2012 · 0 comments


What a salad guaranteed to be a hit at any party? It’s a little expensive but it gets raves EVERY time. From my Mom: Ingredients (Serves about 8) 2 bags or tubs of Greens – my favorites to mix are Arugula and Baby Spinach – sometimes throw in some Romaine 2-3 Apples, cut up in […]

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I had to post the link to this recipe because ZOMG, I want to make them SOON. You’ll need: – 1 recipe for brownies (You can use ANY recipe you have or even a box mix if you don’t want to overwhelm the taste of other layers!) – 2 cups marshmallows (I used a lot of it, […]

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Lemonade from Fruit & Stevia

by Kristi on September 13, 2010 · 2 comments


Tiffani posted on Facebook a few days ago about how they have been making homemade juice by letting fruit sit in water for a few days and it is SO GOOD.  I immediately posted an inquiry and she just posted it on her blog. This made me SO excited! I can eat lemons, limes, apples, […]

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Homemade Chicken Nuggets

by Kristi on September 11, 2010 · 0 comments


Might have to make these for the kids again because they gobbled them up the one time I made them last year! I think I got this recipe from Jo… but I can’t remember. It was sitting in my email so I’m logging it here! About 1 pound on boneless skinless chicken tenders 1 egg […]

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Taquitos

by Kristi on September 11, 2010 · 0 comments


I can’t wait to eat these again. Saving the recipe here.  These are ALWAYS a party pleaser. My Grandma Evie first made them, and then my Mom would make them all the time, and then I started making them. They disappear at an extremely fast rate but they take about 3 hours to make!  I usually buy […]

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French Toast

by Kristi on September 10, 2010 · 1 comment


I got Gmail priority email the other day and I couldn’t help cleaning out my inbox. Handy thing, that priority gadget! Anyway, I found three receipes that I was saving in my email so I decided to throw them up here on the blog so that ONE DAY, I can go back and eat them. […]

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I had a little cooking bug last weekend. I don’t usually do that but I was going to the store and couldn’t think of what to make for dinner  and I went searching on AllRecipes.com and got lost.  Most of the recipes seemed a little hard for me, plus many of them just had bad ingredients […]

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Baked Cinnamon Pears

by Kristi on December 15, 2008 · 0 comments


Preheat over to 350 degrees Take a pear (or more pears!) and cut it in half. Take the seed out. Put both, side up, in a baking dish. Add half an inch of water. Sprinkle some cinnamon on top. Bake for 20 minutes, or until lightly browned. Courtesy of Krysta! G will put cords, paper, […]

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