Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Bowl

Smoothie Bowls are our go-to option for last-minute weeknight meals and tonight was the perfect example of this situation.  While dealing with high temperatures on the official first day of Autumn, I attempted to create a cold autumn-inspired Pumpkin Smoothie Bowl for dinner.  It was a hit!  Heads up, this smoothie bowl is super sweet and is more like a dessert, hence the Pumpkin Pie name. This recipe made three large servings.  Happy Fall!!! […]

Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Bowl2020-10-01T16:09:04-04:00

French Toast

Our transition to a lower glutamate diet and working to lower glutamate didn’t mean that we had to remove all “fun foods.” We just learned how to make them healthier and consume them in moderation. This French Toast recipe has become a weekend treat in our home, especially for our little guy. Keep in mind, there are several ways in which you can adapt this recipe to fit your family’s needs best, but the most important thing is to keep ingredients clean. Under tidbits below, you will find clean recipes and products for your bread, milk, [...]

French Toast2020-10-01T16:11:36-04:00

Trader Joe’s Hearts of Palm Chicken Pesto

Random, just getting back in town, pulling dinner out of the freezer meal. The verdict on this last-minute meal from my family: my husband loved it, the little guy thought it was too spicy but loved the flavor (go easy on the chili flakes), and I enjoyed it. We had no leftovers. The following is only an approximation of what was used, and I may have had a glass of wine before typing this up. […]

Trader Joe’s Hearts of Palm Chicken Pesto2020-10-01T16:12:27-04:00

Legit Bread

A couple of years ago, we had removed, umm… pretty much everything, and were searching for a gluten-free, casein-free, grain-free, nut-free, soy-free, additive-free, gum-free bread. After 16 failed attempts at creating my own recipe,  I came across Jennifer of Predominantly Paleo.  Not only did she clearly understand the struggle, but she had also created the perfect Legit Bread Mix, fitting our needs. Her recipe only eggs, honey, olive oil, apple cider vinegar (or lemon), cassava flour, potato starch, psyllium husk powder, potato flour, sea salt, and baking soda.  Now here we are, a couple of years [...]

Legit Bread2020-10-01T16:13:15-04:00

Coconut Vegetable Curry

I’ve always loved Indian food, but I never knew how to make it until I discovered a Coconut Curry recipe by Averie Cooks.  With a little work, I adapted this dish to make low glutamate friendly.  Our once favorite store-bought curry dish can now easily be made at home and clean.  This recipe is pretty flexible and can be adapted to fit your specific needs. Working to lower animal protein consumption? We’ve also enjoyed removing the chicken and subbing with chickpeas and zucchini.  Feel free to add or swap the vegetables to fit your family’s needs [...]

Coconut Vegetable Curry2020-10-01T16:15:36-04:00

Gluten Free Overnight Oats

Need a quick breakfast for mornings on the run?  This easy overnight oat recipe is an excellent option for a make-ahead and stress-free morning. Don’t be afraid to put your spin on it by including an assortment of add-ins to increase the nutrient value. Spice it up with a few of these optional add-ins: toasted coconut, hemp seeds, nuts/nut butter, seeds/seed butter, bee pollen, ground milk thistle, moringa, cacao nibs/powder, turmeric, cinnamon, etc. […]

Gluten Free Overnight Oats2020-10-02T09:23:07-04:00

Thai Vegetable Coconut Rice

Looking for a delicious Meatless-Monday meal?  I’ve found it! One of my closest friends (and if I’m being honest, more like my therapist), Maggie sent this, Host the Toast recipe to me a year ago and we’ve been making it ever since. My whole family LOVES this recipe and it is a great way to sneak in some extra vegetables, especially if you’re trying to cut back on meat.  The recipe below has been modified from the Host the Tost original recipe to keep it lower in glutamate. I subbed lime juice for the vinegar, used [...]

Thai Vegetable Coconut Rice2019-11-08T14:22:30-05:00

Creamy Tomato Spaghetti Squash with Italian Sausage

In need of a simple weeknight meal that puts a spin on your traditional spaghetti?  While it may sound odd, adding a few cashews to this tomato sauce gives it a creamy and bold flavor that balances out the squash well.  While I understand many avoid using pork, other ground meat may be used instead. The recipe can also very easily be adjusted to be vegan. […]

Creamy Tomato Spaghetti Squash with Italian Sausage2020-10-02T12:20:50-04:00

Smothered Apple Bowl

It is not uncommon for many families to struggle with egg allergies or egg sensitivities.  Because of this, finding easy and tolerated breakfast options can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, a few years ago one of our incredible admins from the FB group, Leslie, shared this simple and versatile breakfast/snack idea. This recipe has been a staple in our house ever since. Thank you, Leslie! […]

Smothered Apple Bowl2020-10-02T12:22:15-04:00

Breakfast Cookies (GF, EF, DF, SF)

A few years ago one of our incredible Facebook group members, Wendy, shared a version of this recipe.  After seeing her post, I quickly got into the kitchen (because who wouldn’t want a cookie for breakfast) and they were an immediate hit. While I do not know the origin of the original recipe, we’ve adjusted it to fit our needs over time.  While this recipe is gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, casein-free, soy-free, etc. you may want to be cautious overdoing it with nuts as they are high in oxalate, contribute to constipation, etc.  This recipe is very [...]

Breakfast Cookies (GF, EF, DF, SF)2020-10-02T12:24:50-04:00
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