Gluten-Free Coconut Almond Flour Cake {Inspired by Middle Eastern Cake Harissa}

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A dense, moist, and sticky sweet Gluten-Free Coconut Almond Flour Cake, inspired by the Middle Eastern Cake Harissa.

Gluten-Free Coconut Almond Flour Cake {Inspired by Middle Eastern Cake Harissa} 1

I hope you had a great weekend! If it snowed where you live, I hope you stayed safe and warm and had the chance to enjoy the snow…or at least bake something delicious! Mike and I are in DC and we’ve been hunkered down since Friday enjoying the snow; this weekend we had our second snowfall, which was actually a doozy: winter storm Jonas! Being from Buffalo, I am in my element, and although we were starting to go a little stir-crazy by Sunday afternoon, we actually had a lot of fun.

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Gluten-Free Cherry Almond Cake with Rosemary Vanilla Bean Buttercream {A Downton Abbey-Inspired Wedding Cake}

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Gluten-Free Cherry Almond Cake with Rosemary Vanilla Bean Buttercream makes a lovely winter cake that’s fit for a simple wedding, or simply dessert for a family supper. Note that this post is not sponsored in any way, nor is it affiliated with Downton Abbey! It is dedicated to Downton fans, as well as all fans of cake. Does that just about cover everyone? ;) Love in many forms comes and goes, a fact of life that we’ve seen over and over again in Downton Abbey. There’s been a lot of heartbreak on this show; Sybil and Tom Branson, Edith and Michael Gregson, Mary and Matthew, […]...

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Paleo Flatbread

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Look no further for versatile grain-free and gluten-free Paleo Flatbread that satisfies like regular bread! There are just some times when nothing less than bread will do. Yeah, lettuce leaves work great as wraps, vegetable hash is pretty good at soaking up runny egg yolks, and it’s even true that veggies can make a mean garlic bread. But, being a little picky sometimes (or at least knowing what I want), there are times when I just want bread....

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Cherry Almond Biscotti {Gluten-Free}

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Gluten-Free Cherry Almond Biscotti are perfect for keeping on hand for those times when you want a little something sweet with your afternoon coffee or tea. We all play favorites, whether it’s on purpose or not. Sometimes it’s a favorite song or restaurant or flavor of ice cream. Sometimes it’s a favorite aunt, cousin, or pet. And sometimes it’s something as ordinary as a favorite baked good....

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Easy Cheesesteak Stuffed Peppers {Gluten-Free} 1

This gluten-free Easy Cheesesteak Stuffed Peppers recipe is a delicious and fast weeknight dinner! It’s a great use for leftover steak, but feel free to swap out chicken if that’s what you have on hand; I also give easy vegan and paleo options. I know it’s December and we’re in the throes of the holiday season, but I’m taking a break from the festivities for a quick minute to bring you something you’ll hopefully find useful: a 20-minute family-friendly dinner idea!...

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10 Paleo-Friendly Family Dinner Ideas

10 Paleo-Friendly Family Dinner Ideas

Here are 10 Paleo-Friendly Family Dinner Ideas for those of you who are reducing gluten and dairy or just trying to eat low(er)-carb! So many people are finding out that they have gluten or dairy sensitivities these days. Personally, I don’t have any dietary sensitivities, but I definitely feel my best when I at least restrict these foods (especially foods with gluten.). I feel more alert and energetic in general, which is why I try to eat paleo about 80% of the time....

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Sweet Potato Spice Latte {Paleo; Vegan}

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This Sweet Potato Spice Latte recipe uses sweet potato puree instead of pumpkin for a fun twist on a favorite fall drink. Plus, it’s paleo and vegan, adapted from Kathy Hester’s lovely The Easy Vegan Cookbook. If you know me in person you know I’m not really comfortable being in the spotlight. I’m rather shy, actually, at least until I get to know someone. And although I enjoy meeting new people, my happy place really is in the peace and quiet of my own home with the person I love most....

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Stovetop Maple Chicken Hot Pot Recipe {Plus Maple Cookbook Review, Giveaway, and a Q&A with Katie Webster}

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This paleo Stovetop Maple Chicken Hot Pot recipe hits all the right flavor notes (sweet, salt, and spice), making it addictively delicious and a great way to showcase the versatility of maple syrup. Some of my all-time favorite food memories from being a kid involve a big stack of pancakes topped with a pat of butter and drizzled with amber-colored, sticky-sweet maple syrup. Growing up, pancakes in our house were a very rare event, saved for birthdays and holidays, which made the ordeal even more special....

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Weeknight Italian-Style Beef Meatballs Simmered in Tomato Sauce {Gluten-Free} and DIY Warm Autumn Spice Room Spray

Italian-Style Beef Meatballs Simmered in Tomato Sauce {Gluten Free} 1

This Weeknight Italian-Style Beef Meatballs Simmered in Tomato Sauce recipe comes together easily for a delicious weeknight meal. Jarred tomato sauce works well here and when you’re done, I show you how to re-purpose the empty mason jar into spray bottle for DIY Warm Autumn Spice Room Spray! Some meals are always saved for special occasions. Usually if it’s just my hubby and I for dinner and pasta is on the menu, I whip up a quick tomato sauce with browned ground beef. Meatballs in my house usually mean a special occasion, mostly because I typically don’t take the time to make them. But this […]...

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Korean Barbeque Beef (Bulgogi) Recipe {Plus a Q&A with Celebrity Chef Thomas Gosney and a Giveaway of His Cookbook}

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This paleo version of Korean Barbeque Beef (Bulgogi) is super flavorful and comes together fast enough for a weeknight dinner. I can’t remember whether or not my mom consciously taught me how to cook. I think it was more a case of her cooking family dinners for us every single night (on weeknights things like fish, broccoli, and rice or beef goulash or BBQ chicken with pasta salad and greens beans, and on weekends things like roast chicken or pot roast), and me watching her in the kitchen. Of course I also learned from a variety of other sources (TV, magazines, friends, etc.), but I […]...

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