I love green bean casserole, especially at Thanksgiving. But the often made version contains chemical-laden canned cream soup and packaged fried onions which are full of unhealthy vegetable oils and preservatives. The good news is that it’s so easy to make your own green bean casserole at home, from scratch. Not only will it be
Muffins seem to be on almost everyone’s breakfast menu this time of year. I mean, what’s not to love about them? Especially when they are warm out of the oven and served with lots of organic butter from happy, grassfed cows. And grain free and real food, to boot? Yes, please! You’ll probably want to
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
This is a quick and easy real food meal! It works as an appetizer or as a main course and it’s delicious. We used to love ordering lettuce wraps at the restaurant P.F. Chang’s. This, of course, was before we switched to a real food lifestyle. I don’t even want to think about what unpronounceable
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.
I love coconut milk! Don’t you? It’s so tasty and an excellent, nutrient-dense addition to your diet. Rich in vitamins, minerals and a fantastic source of lauric acid (a nourishing fat found in breastmilk), coconut milk is indeed a superfood. But, until recently, I’d only purchased organic coconut milk in BPA-free cans (Native Forest and
This is how we prepare our roasted chicken every Friday night. It’s so delicious and we eat the leg/thigh for dinner that night and then over the weekend have breast meat for soups (like Chicken with Wild Rice, Caldo de Pollo or Avgolemono), homemade pecan chicken salad (made with lemony mayo), soft tacos, or whatever we want
This dish is a favorite at our house! It utilizes pastured chicken thighs, which are an economical choice for dinner and the dark meat is a fantastic nutrient-dense food. You can use breasts or other poultry as well- duck would be fantastic! Balsamic Orange Chicken with Rosemary by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health Ingredients: