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Gluten Free, Dairy Free Banana Pancakes

With Mother’s Day being less than 2 weeks away, I thought I’d share a special Paleo recipe for anyone who’s looking for gluten free dairy free pancakes.  Honestly, I don’t remember where I first came across the idea of mashing bananas and egg yolks into pancakes. Believe it or not, you can find all kinds […]

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Dairy Free Tuna Salad

Spring is in full swing here in New York, and with it comes the growing season. Soon, we’ll be able to start eating freshly picked produce from our local organic farm.  As bathing suit season draws closer, it’s a great time to lighten up your menu, and make it more colorful. Today’s recipe is one […]

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Gluten Free, Dairy Free Taco Salad

Parents are so busy these days. It’s not easy finding time to cook healthy meals when you’re juggling so many responsibilities.  That’s why it’s so important to put together a collection of simple go-to recipes that you rely upon even when you have limited time. What I’ve discovered over the years is that when you […]

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Gluten Free, Paleo Grass Fed Meatloaf

Today’s recipe has more than a few ingredients, but still less than 10! I don’t like complicated recipes, but this one is easy enough to make. I will be writing a post about the benefits of eating grass fed beef (here it is), but for now, here’s a classic recipe that is child and budget […]

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Gluten Free, Paleo Recipe: Heart “Beet” and Carrot Salad for Valentine’s Day!

Red.  Pink.  Purple. Valentine’s Day is a very colorful holiday.  So, in the midst of all of the chocolate and flower swapping, why not add some color to your plate as well? It’s a nice way to brighten up the winter, and strengthen your immune system at the same time. The one thing most health […]

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Gluten Free, Paleo Roasted Sweet Potatoes: A Simple, 3 Ingredient Recipe!

The one vegetable you will always find in my kitchen is sweet potatoes. Not only are they delicious, but they are a naturally gluten free source of many nutrients, including beta-carotene, vitamin C, calcium, and potassium, to name a few. They have a low glycemic load (the lower the better, for your blood sugar), and […]

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