By contributing writer Tessa Bread without grains? Seems unlikely, but this Paleo Sweet Almond Bread really satisfies any carb or bread craving you may have if you ever cut grains from your diet! Even if you CAN eat grains, this simple quick bread is ...
Bread without grains? Seems unlikely, but this Paleo Sweet Almond Bread really satisfies any carb or bread craving you may have if you ever cut grains from your diet! Even if you CAN eat grains, this simple quick bread is delicious in its own right and worthy of a slather of butter and homemade jam!
This bread toasts beautifully, and the almond flour is subtly sweet all by itself. If you prefer things even more sweet, another tablespoon or two of honey will do the trick! I have also grilled this up as a toasted cheese sandwich – yum!
Whatever you decide to do with it, bake a loaf today. You won’t be sorry!
This lasagna soup is filled with delicious lasagna flavors but doesn’t require all the assembly time that the casserole does. And it can easily be made gluten free.
My mom’s lasagna was always a huge hit growing up. Years ago I saw a picture for a lasagna soup and thought it was totally brilliant. What a creative idea! When I recreated it using my mom’s recipe as a base, I was not disappointed.
It really does taste just like lasagna in soup form and comes together in under 30 minutes. With most kids adoring noodles and cheese, you have an added bonus of a totally family-friendly recipe.
So get cooking and make a warming, comforting bowl of lasagna soup!
Your family will love these Baked Parmesan Potato Fries. They’re easy to make and are healthier than regular fries because they’re baked. Try switching up the seasoning to use flavors that your family enjoys (Old Bay would be good!).
We have loved jalapeño poppers in our household for years! They make a great appetizer or a fun football snack. Everyone always loves these – it’s just an added bonus they are free of gluten and all grains!
There is a lot of room for creativity with this recipe. I have shared our most frequently used recipe, but if your family is not huge on spice, then make this a bubbly hot dip to be served with fresh vegetables, crackers, or bread chunks! The bacon can be wrapped around the poppers or cooked and chopped and then mixed into the cheese filling.
And if you are dairy free, I have even made these with a cashew cream cheese and Daiya cheese shreds!
However you make them, enjoy some popper amazingness!