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Recipes to make fabulous dishes you can be proud to serve, and feel great knowing they're gluten free and made from scratch.
Cooking should be a joy to make, and with these recipes they can also be a joy for your body.
Almond Crusted Baked Zucchini Crisps
Author: Thora Toft      April 18, 2017
Categories: Appetizers - Vegetables    

When you're new to reducing grains, yet still want to have some of the textures that grains offer, coating things with almond flour can be a great alternative. They also have their own inherent lovely nutty flavor. Almonds give a nice crunch factor...

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Baked Potato Chips
Author: Thora Toft      February 23, 2017
Categories: Snacks - Chips    

This is a very easy recipe for absolutely delicious do it yourself potato chips. Choose a "Real Food" oil, such as organic, cold pressed coconut oil, homemade lard, butter or another meat fat of your choice. Avoid other vegetable oils, as they are...

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Beef with Fresh Rosemary
Author: Thora Toft      July 30, 2017
Categories: Main Dishes - Beef    

Rosemary sprigs and garlic cloves "scent" beef instead of overwhelming it. Try this in place of some "shaker" beef spice mixes. It gives a hint of lovely flavor to beef.

As always, use organic, especially for the fresh herbs and garlic.

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Berry Ice Cream
Author: Thora Toft      March 27, 2017
Categories: Sweets - Ice Cream - Non Dairy    

This is a super simple recipe to make. There are a couple ways to make it. Try them both, and see what texture you like best. You can make this with frozen fruit, and eat it as soon as it's blended. This will have the consistency of soft ice cream....

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Blackberry Chia Smoothie
Author: Thora Toft      April 15, 2017
Categories: Smoothies    

This can be served thicker, in a bowl, and when made with a banana, will be a nice pudding texture. Or, it can be prepared thinner, to be drinkable, by adding coconut water or milk, or your favorite nut milk, and skipping the banana.

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Blueberry Coconut Smoothie
Author: Thora Toft      April 13, 2017
Categories: Smoothies    

This vibrant smoothie tastes ultra rich and luxurious. The fresh blueberries are super healthy. If you use both coconut milk and shredded coconut, it gives a lovely tropical taste to a very simple to make smoothie.

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Cantaloupe Refresher Smoothie
Author: Thora Toft      April 16, 2017
Categories: Smoothies    

This is a nice light tasting smoothie. It makes a nice first smoothie for those not used to the thickness of some smoothies, as this one is more liquidy.

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Chocolate Spice Indulgence Balls
Author: Thora Toft      August 11, 2017
Categories: Sweets - Cookies    

These chocolaty balls are naturally sweet, with a bit of spice. These are easy to make and don't even require baking. You can really turn up the decadence by dusting them in one or more coatings, such as shredded coconut, or even "mock" icing sugar,...

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Cinnamon Sugar Popcorn Seasoning
Author: Thora Toft      March 29, 2017
Categories: Condiments - Spice Mixes    

This made from scratch popcorn seasoning gives a delicious hint of sweetness to fresh popped popcorn or even to potato chips. It's made with date sugar instead of highly processed white sugar. Date sugar is actually just roasted, ground dates, so is...

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Citrus Dressing for Fruit Salad
Author: Thora Toft      April 2, 2017
Categories: Salad Dressing - Fruit    

This tangy dressing can be used on fruit salad, or even on a mixed vegetable salad for something different. Add Tamari and you instantly have an Oriental dressing for salads. Add sesame seeds to complete the salad.

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Citrus Spiced Iced Tea
Author: Thora Toft      April 22, 2017
Categories: Beverages    

This is a delicious and refreshing homemade iced tea. For those new to stevia, citrus fruits are a good mask to the slightly different flavor of stevia. Since stevia is not actually a sugar, it registers a bit different on the tongue. This is such a...

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Classic Cobb Salad
Author: Thora Toft      January 17, 2017
Categories: Salads    

This traditional salad in it's original form is extremely close to being Real without many changes. Add a bit more chicken, and make it a full meal all by itself. With a bit of planning, and some shopping at some finer stores, this easily becomes a...

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Coconut Almond Macaroons
Author: Thora Toft      August 6, 2017
Categories: Sweets - Cookies    

Many store bought macaroons are often overwhelmingly sweet. These homemade cookies are much less sweet. There is some honey used as a binder and a sweetener, but much less than store bought.

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Dijon Mustard
Author: Thora Toft      April 4, 2017
Categories: Condiments - Sauces    

Dijon mustard is a very popular condiment. Making your own at home is a great way to add a delicious, all natural version to your meal planning. This recipe tastes great and is easy to make.

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French Fry Seasoning
Author: Thora Toft      March 29, 2017
Categories: Condiments - Spice Mixes    

This homemade spice mix will easily liven up homemade potato chips or fries, and will make you a hit at any party or dinner table. This seasoning goes great on burgers, steamed or pan fried veggies, chicken, fish and even popcorn!

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Fresh Herb Sprinkle for Vegetables
Author: Thora Toft      July 30, 2017
Categories: Condiments - Spice Mixes    

This is a nice way to liven up steamed, roasted, or basic stir fried vegetables. When you're not used to having simple vegetables, or you're trying to eat more veggies, this gives a lot more flavor, and can make it much easier to add a lot more...

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Guilt Free Lemonade
Author: Thora Toft      April 22, 2017
Categories: Beverages    

This is one of the simplest drinks to make. For those new to stevia, lemon is a good mask to the slightly different flavor of stevia. Since stevia is not actually a sugar, it registers a bit different on the tongue. Give yourself at least a couple...

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Healthy Chocolate Mousse
Author: Thora Toft      March 17, 2017
Categories: Sweets - Pudding    

This amazing and healthy chocolate mousse is made with a base using avocados. If you've never had anything like this, this might sound really weird. But avocados have the perfect texture. They are living, fresh food, loaded with nutrients and...

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Homemade Lard
Author: Thora Toft      April 11, 2017
Categories: Fats & Oils    

Lard is a natural fat that is terrific for baking and cooking. When you make it yourself, it becomes a real food, which commercially made lard is not. When cooking food, saturated fats make the best choice. They are heat stable, and don't break down...

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Homemade Mayonnaise
Author: Thora Toft      January 10, 2017
Categories: Condiments - Sauces    

The key to keeping mayonnaise real is simple ingredients. When made with the "new" good oils, such as coconut, olive, nut and seed oils, and even fresh meat oils, this can actually be healthy, and you won't need to ration it. With practice, this is...

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