‘Tis the season for berry picking! When we came home with 34 pound of blueberries, I created these scrumptious blueberry-lemon muffins. You can use blanched almond flour in this recipe if you’re on GAPS, or spelt or wheat flour if you’re not. Enjoy!
Behold the nutty, crisp, and delicious crackers that satisfy a huge
want need while we’re on the GAPS diet. B. says they’re peanut-buttery and she is right. They’re nutty, that’s true, but not overly, so they go well with many foods — yogurt cheese or cheese, salmon salad, egg salad, almond butter, and more. We’re really happy to have them around!
Nutty and moist, this almond bread is both delicious and filling. I serve it like cornbread on the side of a meal. The kids and I need only the bottom half of a square spread with butter, while my husband takes two. Before coming up with this recipe, I tried a recipe I found on the internet. That bread was so dry we all got hiccups! Then I noticed the recipe called for no fat whatsoever. Well, that would explain it. So I played around with the ratios of ingredients and of course I added fat — and here is the final recipe. We really love these!
I hoped Erin would keep sharing her yummy recipes with us, and she has. Erin gave us the fabulous sourdough English muffins, which you must try if you haven’t already. They are getting rave reviews. She also shared her no-soaking required, easy sourdough waffles. Please welcome her back today as she shares her gorgeous and flexible soaked, spiced, oatmeal-yogurt muffins.
Received the Rome Cast-Iron Waffle Irons today. The UPS man always gives the kids candy, but today they were just as excited about what was in mom’s box… they knew we would be having waffles for dinner! The irons come coated with paraffin wax to prevent rust. This must be removed. My method of choice [...]