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Grain-Free Porridge

This is amazing. I made it for the Cherub this morning. Hers is sweet because the almond milk somebody left here was the sweetened kind. You put 3/4 cup of almond/coconut/other milk in a large cup or bowl in the microwave, cook 2 minutes. Add 6 T. Coconut flakes, 3 T. almond meal, and 1 […]

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Reheating Frozen Muffins

When you make and freeze ahead a batch of quick breads, like muffins, you do lose a bit of quality when it comes to reheating them. There are some ways to help mitigate that. Mainly, you want to find some ways to restore moist heat, and they need to be eaten while still hot from […]

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Cashew Butter Cookie Dough

I got the idea from Treats with a Twist I had to tweak it because I didn’t have all her ingredients (out of almond extract, which is implying that’s something I normally have), no coconut sugar, or I couldn’t use them if I wanted to make it as low in carbs as possible (coconut sugar, […]

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Date and Nut Muffins for a Crowd

The recipe called for dates, but I didn’t have enough dates, so I used raisins instead. I also wanted them to be heartier, so I add chopped walnuts, and then at the last minute (two pans were already in the oven), I remembered I had some of this yummy brown sugar and oats topping, so […]

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Hoisin Chicken Wraps

  This recipe for Hoisin Chicken Wraps claims to serve 4.  I think you need to flesh it out a bit to do that, unles you have young children who eat light. It’s really easy to make and if you have the chicken cooked already you could be eating it in fifteen minutes. Combine: 1/3 […]

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