Spinach and egg tortilla wrap

It’s what’s for breakfast!  I LOVE using herbs from my herb garden.  Makes me happy.  Oh and tastes FABULOUS. This morning I whipped up some eggs for me and the kiddos. And then threw in some left over quinoa/rice as well as some fresh basil from my garden.  So simple, so yummy! Fresh eggs whipped … Continue reading

Peaches & Pork

I have made peaches and pork before, but this time I did it with a roast and vegetables.  SO great!  Enjoy the recipe below! Peaches & Pork                   Ingredients Pork tenderloin roast Salt for seasoning Fresh cut peaches (can use frozen-not canned) Carrots, celery, broccoli, cauliflower (add … Continue reading

Turkey Meatballs

I am in love with meatballs.  Unfortunately, I haven’t found any meatballs at any restaurant (locally) that are gluten-free.  Which stinks.  However, I love making them (and personally think mine would taste better anyhow!).  See my yummy turkey balls below (that just does NOT sound right).  You can substitute red meat if you would like. … Continue reading

Turkey Tacos

This post is so simple, it probably doesn’t need to be shared.  However, one of my favorite dinner meals, Paleo style, are turkey tacos. They are FULL of flavor, yet so very good for you. See my recipe below. On the subject of good for you, I am so excited that my daughter and I … Continue reading

Paleo Almond Pancakes

Although true paleo eating doesn’t have baking, pancakes or cookies….I have to make adaptions…for myself and my kiddos.  I made these and everyone loved them!  They are not typical pancakes though…and you need to eat them right away (they don’t hold up well once cool or reheated).  Enjoy! Ingredients 1 cup almond flour 1/2 cup … Continue reading

Heart Attack Turkey

This Turkey IS delicious.  However, for someone who normally doesn’t eat much fat…it is definitely a system changer.  Happy belated Thanksgiving!

Apricot pot roast and a MUD RUN

I am so excited to share with you my Thanksgiving menu!  I will have it up by tomorrow (not that you are DYING to know or anything), but I have been testing and trying different recipes and am excited about what’s cooking. In the meantime, I made an apricot pot roast that was to die … Continue reading