Easy Classic Potato Salad with Egg is creamy comfort food at it’s best! Flavoured with bacon, radishes, and green onions, this recipe is gluten-, nut-, grain-, and dairy-free!
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving! Charlie and I are celebrating in the States this year with our daughters, American son-in-law, and two adorable grandsons! We truly do have much to be grateful for! I’m thankful for loving family, good health, and the ability to pursue a comfortable lifestyle doing things I enjoy.
This pickle Relish Sweetened with Coconut Palm Sugar is a better-for-you variation of an old standby recipe.
Chicken Salad with Fruit combines the sweetness of fruit with a slight hit of onion and the crunch of almonds in a creamy dressing. It’s easy to toss together with leftover cooked chicken or turkey.
Cashew Yogurt is creamy, delicious, and the easiest thing ever to make! I like it even better than dairy yogurt!
These tasty Blended Mushroom and Beef Taco Bites are free of gluten, grains, dairy, eggs, and nuts, making them suitable for even a paleo diet. Really just meat, vegetables, a little fruit, and taco spices, they suit most diets. Although they are assembled in layers, each layer is simple and easy to make. They’re good served warm, and they also taste great when served cold, making them perfect for make-ahead for entertaining.
The rail fence has been the priority at our Hideaway this summer. The previous owner had cleared a building site in the centre of the property. We were fortunate enough to have inherited a big pile of rails, presumably from the trees that had been cut down. Charlie decided to use them to build a rail fence along the perimeter of the lot.
If you’re looking for something quick, easy, and healthy to pop into school lunches, you’ve come to the right place!
These Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Maple Walnut Muffins are high in protein, low in carbs, and very easy to make!
Dieting labels are quite popular these days: vegan, paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, raw, low-carb, vegetarian, pescetarian, omnivore. Are they too restrictive? Should we be putting ourselves into boxes?