Tag: sugar-free

Recipes

Cumin Roasted Carrots

I’m always looking for easy, flavorful, seasonal side dishes. These Cumin Roasted Carrots perfectly fit the bill for the Christmas dinner I hosted this year. This recipe comes from the Clean Blog, which really is where my Clean journey began. The folks at Clean have so many great answers to the question, “What can I eat?” Carrots are […]

Recipes Shakes & Smoothies

Pineapple Blueberry Smoothie

It seems you can’t turn around without hearing about the health benefits of blueberries. They’re high in antioxidants, are good for your heart, are low glycemic, and may even provide resistance to cancer. I had tried a few different smoothie recipes with blueberries, but my eldest always complained of them being “too sweet.” It turns […]

Recipes Shakes & Smoothies

Mint Chocolate Chip Smoothie

This mint chocolate chip smoothie is so dang good, y’all! It got 5,000 thumbs up from my youngest, and it’s been a consistent favorite in our house. It is the #1 most requested breakfast smoothie in our home. When you taste it, you’d never guess that there’s a cup of spinach blended up in it. It’s full […]

Dinner Recipes

Guacamole Tostadas

Guacamole Tostadas are an easy, fresh family favorite. I like serving them “build your own” style, so the kids can select how much of which ingredients they want to eat. When you’re trying to stay away from dairy, Mexican dishes can be a challenge, but with a hefty dollop of guacamole and some fresh salsa, […]

Recipes Snacks

Nacho Mama’s Kale Chips

There’s no nacho cheese in these “nacho” kale chips. But boy do they satisfy! Gluten-free, dairy-free, nutrient-dense, and full of crunch! One of the toughest habits for me to break in adopting a cleaner diet was my one-bag-of-chips-a-day habit. Chips were my go-to comfort food. When I felt moody or stressed, that’s what I’d reach […]

Dinner Recipes

Slow Cooker Mud Soup (Black Bean Soup)

The children’s book Mud Soup by Judith Head inspired my recipe for black bean soup. It’s the story of a little boy named Josh who befriends a little girl named Rosa. When she offers him some of her grandmother’s Mud Soup, his imagination runs wild with crazy thoughts of what might be in there. When he finally tries […]

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