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 easy, nutritious and utterly delicious vegetable side dish goes with so many entrees. It’s very quick, too! Buttered Broccoli with Lemon by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health 1 head organic broccoli, washed and florets trimmed from stems 2 TBL grassfed butter Organic garlic clove, grated or granulated garlic (optional) Unrefined sea salt &
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 just love a nice, fresh, simple salad. And the peppery bite of arugula is so fantastic, especially paired with a light lemon dressing. A perfect addition to almost any dish, this is particularly nice with chicken (like Gluten Free Chicken Paillard or Gluten Free Chicken Piccata, fish, beside a bowl of soup or piled
An easy and delicious side dish! Artichokes are high in antioxidants and have a positive effect on bile and strengthen the liver and gallbladder function. Roman Artichokes by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health Ingredients: 4-6 small to medium size fresh, raw artichokes 1 organic lemon, zested and halved ½- ¾ cup chopped fresh organic
Green beans are a long time family favorite that most people enjoy eating. They are a great source of many important nutrients, including Vitamin C, Vitamin K, B vitamins, silicon (in a form that is more easily absorbed by the body than that found in many other foods), magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, a wide variety of
Swiss Chard is a nutritional powerhouse and it’s so easy to enjoy when sauteed with bacon, fresh grated garlic and a dusting of a surprise ingredient- nutmeg. I use nutmeg any time I saute greens or make a sauce, especially a cream sauce. It adds that little something special and a subtle reminder of home cooking and
This is one of our favorite go-to recipes. I make it several times a month. It’s super easy, full of flavor, complements a variety of main dishes and even non-Brussels sprouts lovers have been converted (myself previously among them!) Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta (or bacon) by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health Ingredients: 1