As an experimental recipe developer, I live for days like today. When I have a vision about creating a dish and the result is the most delicious casserole recipe ever!
When I used to eat éclairs, my favorite part was the glaze. Especially the coffee one at one of my favorite pastry shops in Cremona, Italy. These glazed paleo éclairs are my grain free recreation of the original.
Today’s blog post is about an AIP Bolognese Sauce without nightshades and dairy that you can use to season your pasta or zucchini noodles (if you are opting for a lighter option).
Ever heard of baked Taro Fries? To all the AIP eaters, nightshade intolerants and healthy fries lovers, this recipe is a total game changer!
Yams are great to replace normal potatoes, but when you get tired of that sweet taste and want something a bit more starchy, taro is a great more exotic alternative!
Paleo Coconut Macaroons are one of the simplest treats to prepare when you need a sweet recipe that’s easy to make and only requires a few simple ingredients.
Not often do I wish to remake a recipe of mine. I always prefer to opt for something new and enjoy the creative process of baking. These AIP Digestive Cookies are a unique exception.
When approaching paleo baking the challenges are many, and the first reaction to the grain free baking world is “Is that even a thing”? If you are ready to go a step above gluten free cakes & pies and leave all grains on the side, here are the dos & don’ts of paleo baking.