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picnic & country fair classics

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A healthy and delicious grain-free snack! Savory Italian Tigernut Flour Crackers, easy and homemade, baked in the oven, and gluten-free, vegan, paleo, and allergy-free! They are perfect for an everyday snack or a fancy addition to an appetizer platter!
Published in Appetizers & Snacks
A recent phone conversation with my brother: Me: "So, I have to go; I'm putting key lime bars in the oven." Him: "What are those?" Me: "They're like key lime pie but without the eggs." Him: "So you're still not eating that stuff, huh?" Me: "Yep." Him: "Well, I'm allergic to eggs but I eat them all the time." Me: "That's nice, but we're going to have key lime bars without them." Him: Well, at least cover them with powdered sugar instead of icing so they taste good." These are first-try bars, using an 8x8 blondie bar recipe in a 9x13 pan just for kicks...because I had to feed an early-release school crowd! They're not bad. I'm sure to tweak the recipe some more---to get something cakier, perhaps. For now, though, they are pretty good topped with powdered sugar, in fact, and have just enough taste of summer to make me smile. If you try the recipe, let me know what you think and how you would change it up.
Published in Desserts
So I know these may not have the most PC name, but you have to admit they sound interesting. It was just what my grandmother called them growing up. I think it was more that we made them before going camping and that we just threw whatever we wanted on top of a hamburger patty, wrapped it in foil, and cooked it over an open fire. Even though we only had these a few times with my grandmother I remembered them well and immediately thought of them when trying to find allergy friendly recipes after my husband was first diagnosed. They have become a favorite of the entire family, even my nieces and nephews ask for Hobo Burgers when they visit. I cook them while camping or at home in the oven when the weather is cold or on the grill when the weather is nice. We've gotten pretty creative with our Hobos since my grandmother first made them when I was little, gourmet even. You could almost call them Hobos 2.0. I hope you get creative with yours and add whatever you like. Below is the most popular version at our house.
Published in Main Courses
Finding allergy-friendly recipes can be hard when you’re new, which is why I love sharing them here on my blog! This week, I’ve got a great, garden-fresh Cucumber Salad made mostly from my own backyard! If you like cucumber, you’ll love this delicious, easy side dish!
Published in Salads & Sides
Campfire s'mores just a nutritional facelift with our new cookies! Full of nutrient dense ancient whole grains and super seeds, you will never go back to unhealthy graham crackers again!
Published in Desserts
This chicken salad makes for a great one-dish meal. Change it up by swapping out your favorite complimentary vegetables. The best part is that it’s top 8 free!
Published in Main Courses
This wrap is full of flavor and possibilities! It's easy to adapt to fit many dietary needs - vegan, dairy-free, Paleo and can also be Whole30 Friendly!
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This vegetable based couscous is a great gluten-free alternative to actual couscous. It makes the PERFECT dish to make for Fourth of July and all of those other social gatherings/cookouts you may be going to this summer.
Published in Salads & Sides
This can hardly be called a recipe, it's so easy, but it's my favorite way to serve watermelon. The watermelon tames the saltiness of the feta & likewise, the feta tames the sweetness of the watermelon. The balsamic reduction balances the whole dish with just the right amount of tang.
Published in Salads & Sides
If you deal with a nut allergy (peanut, tree nut, or both), you know that it’s nearly impossible to purchase trail mix from anywhere. In fact, except for Enjoy Life, I gave up trying long ago. Trail mix plays an important role in outdoor activities though . . . This trail mix is easy to whip up at home, is nut-free and as allergy-friendly as you need it to be, and is infinitely customizable--just swap out your favorite crackers, seeds, and dried fruits for a combination that is uniquely you!
Published in Appetizers & Snacks
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