8
Aug

A crunchy and mildly sweet cereal that you can enjoy with cold almond milk or sprinkled over fresh yogurt. It is great to have on hand to eat on the go!...
4
May

With no baking required, this easy snack is ideal for kids’ lunchboxes or after a long day of playing. Unprocessed nuts, succulent dried fruits, and honey make these chewy bars a treat for kids and adults alike....
4
Mar

Store-bought granola bars almost always contain oats or nuts. Using a combination of seeds and coconut, these bars are both grain- and nut-free. The chocolate chips are a favorite for both me and my kids, but you could also use raisins or any other d...
5
Jun

There are so many people who cannot eat nuts, as well as schools that are nut-free, and I constantly get requests to change my ever-popular granola recipes into nut-free versions. This one uses a combination of seeds and coconut to provide the crunch...
7
Nov

I believe this is the last of my pumpkin obsessed recipes for the season. We’ll see, I may end up getting one more wave of pumpkin fever before the apple and pear baking begins, but for now, I’m leaving you with the sweet taste of pumpkin and spice in the form of granola. This pumpkin… Read more »

13
Feb

A few months ago, after a long-travel day to my sister’s, I was thumbing through the pantry for a snack when I came across a box of granola from Whole Foods called Love Crunch.  It was chocolate and had little dark chocolate chunks and dried berries in it. I think I visited that cupboard ten… Read more »

10
Feb

I’m always looking for grain-free snack ideas, and especially like it when I can come up with something that mimics the old snacks I used to eat. These remind me a lot of cliff bars, which used to be a staple breakfast item for me in college! If I only knew back then how much… Read more »

29
Jan

Here’s an SCD and Paleo legal version of my Vanilla Almond Granola. Instead of oats, it uses a variety of ground nuts.  Soaking the nuts overnight makes them easier to digest, and drying them at really low heat preserves the valuable nutrients they provide.  If you’re counting calories, I need to warn you this granola… Read more »

20
Oct

Making grain-free granola may seem like a long process when you are craving something crunchy and sweet, but it’s worth the wait and requires very little actual work. Soaking the nuts not only makes them easier to digest, but it also gives them an ...
20
Sep

The first day of Autumn is quickly approaching and it’s still 95 degrees where we live! I decided I’m going to go ahead and ignore the weather and pretend that it is Fall here. Although I don’t think I’ll last long outside in a trench and over-the-knee boots, I can at least make my home… Read more »

17
Oct

The first signs of fall vary from year to year, but no matter how the season begins, I love every second of it! The cooler temperatures, the changing colors of the trees, and most especially the comforting foods! One of my favorite memories is spending time in the kitchen with my Grandma Marge. She always… Read more »

1
Dec

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20
Jun

This week, I used my weekly Tuesday Facebook and Instagram Live segment (every week at 4pm PT!) to chat all about Paleo and Gluten-Free Summer Snacks For Kids. I know so many of you have children home from school for the summer, or are just looking for healthy snack alternatives yourself, and I was so… Read more »

11
Oct

  After doing the September Whole30, I received a lot of questions from other moms who were thinking about participating in one, but had concerns on the effects it would have on their milk supply or their babies. I asked the team over at Whole30 Healthy Mama, Happy Baby to answer some of the questions you… Read more »

13
Aug

This year summer flew by, as it often does I guess. I can’t believe Asher going into second grade this week. Thankfully we still have a little bit of time before Easton will start preschool! Between school supply shopping and making the most of the last days of summer, it’s also time to start thinking about school… Read more »