25
Mar

This dairy-free cashew sour cream is a simple dairy alternative for sour cream when you are just really wanting something creamy and slightly sour on your Mexican food or in dips. I love to drop a dollop in my Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Soup or Plantain Chip Nachos, or drizzle it over my Chicken Enchiladas… Read more »

11
Feb

There are few things I love more than sitting around the table with a warm cup of coffee and splash of creamer as my kids eat breakfast in the morning. It’s my favorite way to start the day. A few weeks ago, I shared some Instagram stories of me making a quick dairy-free vanilla coffee… Read more »

3
Jan

  This recipe is from page 279 in my new cookbook Celebrations, but I’m sharing it for free with you here today! Ps – if you like this one, you MUST try the dairy-free Spinach Artichoke Dip from the New Years chapter of the book when you get your copy! Creamed spinach used to be… Read more »

7
Jun

I wanted to title this Mexican Hot Chocolate Ice Cream, but that seemed like an oxy moron. It tastes like a warm cup of Mexican Hot Cocoa, in a deliciously refreshing ice cream form. The subtle spice of cinnamon, chile, and cayenne, peek through the full and deep chocolate flavor. It has marshmallows swirled in, as opposed to… Read more »

17
Jan

This cashew milk recipe is a wonderfully creamy dairy alternative and is extremely easy to prepare. Unlike other nut-milks, the entire cashew breaks down in the blender so no straining or wasting pulp is required! It is a great heavy cream alternative since it is thicker than almond milk, and works well as a substitute… Read more »

13
Dec

Creamed spinach used to be one of my and my dad’s favorite holiday side dishes, but it was so full of dairy cream and cheese that I was always left feeling heavy. This version uses a garlic cashew cream sauce, and your guests will never know it’s...
31
Mar

In an effort to limit my dairy intake, (my ND actually wants me to stay away from it completely but I can’t completely give up cheese!), I’ve been playing around with things like cashew cream. I saw this amazing recipe from Bon Apetit for a creamy fettuccine pasta with fresh vegetables and wanted to see… Read more »

22
Mar

This soup was born out of the necessity to make the comfort foods that I grew up eating like Green Bean Casserole for Thanksgiving or my mom’s Shepherd’s Pie. All of these dishes used the canned condensed mushroom soup which is filled with MSG, cornstarch, soy and cream. I wanted to create a real foods… Read more »

4
Sep

I grew up eating creamy soups from a can. Artichoke, mushroom, asparagus, broccoli—you name it. Eliminating dairy and wheat doesn’t have to mean giving up comforting creamy soups though. In this recipe, I boil white sweet potatoes with the other ...
11
Apr

Hi everyone! This week’s digest includes a look into what we ate this week, my kids new favorite springtime activity, and a new episode of Feeding Friendships with a recipe from Eat What You Love! Scroll down to read more!   🎯 🎯 🎯 Best price right now is at Target!!  🏃🏼‍♀️and grab one while… Read more »

21
Jun

Creamy soups are my vice and I especially love to indulge in them when I want something comforting. Clam chowder was always one of my favorites growing up, but seeing as it is full of butter, cream, potatoes, and flour, I have missed it terribly over the past few years. If you’re in the same… Read more »

8
Apr

After picking up my beautiful friend Andie Mitchell’s new cookbook, Eating in the Middle, I couldn’t wait to flip through the pages and find some recipes that I could paleo-fy and enjoy. I curled up on the couch and scanned through the pages and ended up spending almost an hour looking at the book and dog-earing… Read more »

17
Jan

This week has gone by so fast for me! I’ve been in NYC going to lots of meetings, interviews, and making new memories in Uber cars… As crazy and fun as these trips always tend to be, I am so excited to be back home with my other two boys. Here’s a peek into my… Read more »

4
Feb

Ok I already know what you’re thinking. Chicken LIVER mousse? Ew. I don’t fault you. I too think of liver and gag a little. It is usually associated with things like liver and onions, or liverwurst. Gross. Truth be told, up until about a month ago I couldn’t even handle them in the kitchen without… Read more »

14
Jul

When my husband and I are enjoying Indian cuisine, fresh naan is like a buttery vehicle created for the sole purpose of carrying the spicy curries from the plate to our mouths. It does an exceptional job at ensuring that no sauce is left behind, and tastes amazing while doing so. I have yet to… Read more »