Yadda yadda – here’s a charming egg nog story. I could bore you with the details, but I don’t want to delay you from making this recipe right NOW. It blows any store-bought eggnog completely away. And if cooked eggnog isn’t your thing, check out this raw eggnog recipe full of nutrient-dense goodness. If you
This special recipe is a family recipe that’s been redone to be gluten and grain free. It’s made with real food ingredients, including homemade apricot brandy! Apricot brandy pound cake has been served every Christmas morning for as long as I can remember, and the holiday just wouldn’t be the same without it. I highly
This amazing dish is a real food, gluten free makeover of sweet potato casserole- all dolled up! It’s great anytime in the Fall, but really shines on the Thanksgiving table. Maple Butter Pecan Sweet Potatoes by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health For the potatoes: 4 large organic sweet potatoes, unpeeled 1 TBL pure coconut
Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Macadamia Nuts by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health Ingredients: 1 stalk Brussels sprouts, or about a pound of sprouts off the stalk, organic is best Grassfed butter, coconut oil or ghee Unrefined sea salt, fresh ground black pepper 1/2 cup raw macadamia nuts, coarsely chopped Directions: Cut stems off the
Growing up in Texas, bourbon balls were a standard holiday tradition. Popular recipes include vanilla wafers, corn syrup and other nasty processed food ingredients, so we’ve been avoiding these delicious confections for many years. However, this year we decided to recreate some family favorites, and these were at the top of the list. This version
Skip the junk in the carton- full of preservatives, feedlot sourced and pasteurized eggs, fake sugars (or corn syrup-ick!) and artificial flavors. Making your own egg nog is so easy and you can reap the benefits of raw dairy and pastured egg yolks while enjoying the rich flavor of real maple syrup and fresh spices.
This is a simple, kid-friendly recipe. It’s GAPS friendly, has no added sugar or sweeteners, is a great side dish (especially for pork) and a base for both of these grain free muffins and pancakes. For a sweet treat, enjoy these apples warm or cold, and even try topped with fresh, homemade, maple-sweetened whipped cream.
Onion rings, strings or “nests” are fantastic under grass-fed burger patties, eggs or even on their own. You don’t have to form a nest- and then you would just have fried onion rings or strings. These are great toppers for said burger patties, or casseroles (especially green bean casseroles at Thanksgiving!) or as a great french-fry
As you may know, I’m a Southern girl. And sausage balls are a family favorite- a tradition that goes back generations- and they’ve always graced the Christmas morning buffet. However, the sausage balls I’ve always known have contained three things- feedlot/industrially sourced sausage full of nitrates and nitrites, the highly processed and nutrient-poor Bisquick, and