Found this great infographic on healthy baking substitutes from Greatist on Pinterest this morning and had to share! My favorite healthy substitutes are: Flours – quinoa flour, almond flour, oat flour (just throw the grains in your coffee grinder!) Sweeteners – molasses, honey, mashed bananas Fats – Greek yogurt, mashed bananas What are your favorite[…]
Whole Wheat Focaccia Bread Mexican Layer Bean Dip Gluten Free Almond Flour Cookies Brussel Sprout Salad Stuffed Whole Wheat Pretzels Nopales Gluten Free Salad Parmesan Biscuits (not the healthiest but mighty tasty!)
What I DISHED up this year. Skinny Super Bowl Dip 101 Juice Larabars DIGGING up in the garden Homegrown eggs Baby watermelons What drove us this year to be FIT! SUP around the world Beach workout, Oahu Horseback riding, Chile Yoga, Belize Inspiration Biking, Copenhagen Yoga, Lake Tahoe 2013 Destinations Costa Rica Patagonia, Chile Lago[…]
Get whisked away this week with a gorgeous video from the husband and wife team behind Tiger in a Jar.
Lagkagehuset Bakery, Copenhagen, Denmark I admit, I love sweets. In high school I thought a package of gummi bears was a meal. My grandma’s nickname is Sugar, I’ve never heard my dad call her anything else. Can a sweet tooth be hereditary? When my sister and I visited Copenhagen earlier this year we were told[…]
Still don’t know what to make for the Holidays? Some of my go-to’s and on the to-do list recipes:* Spicy Brussel Sprouts with Mint* Tempeh and Eggplant * Italian Indian Squash * Raw Egg Nog* Gluten Free Almond Cookies * Butternut Squash & Hazelnut Bouchons with Toasted Nutmeg Ice Cream* Thyme, Sage and Parmesan Biscuits Enjoy[…]
Nowadays everyone has a Gluten-Free friend. I have a few who can no longer touch flour. They either have Celiac Disease or break out into hives if they have a piece of toast. I on the other hand love bread, muffins and pasta. So, instead of letting them eat cardboard-boxed-high-priced treats I make a big[…]
Using Ina Garten’s recipe as a base I swapped the white flour for whole wheat pastry flour and added fresh sage. Our sage plant is getting crazy in the garden! Speaking of the garden, anyone know of any recipes for arugula other than salad & pesto. Our arugula is creeping up to shoulder height! We can’t eat[…]