Mojito Popsicles~ for grown-ups! Alcoholic and Paleo #paleo #paleococktail #paleodessert #paleosummer #mojito #mojitopopsicle

Mojito Popsicles~ for grown-ups! {Alcoholic & Paleo}

Mojito is one of the best ice cream or sorbet flavors: citrusy, with herbs, and the refreshing, surprising flavor of cucumber. We serve it at our cafe, a dairy-free ice “cream”, and it’s well loved. We love the addition of cucumber, so I’ve added it here, too. These popsicles are the perfect grown-up celebration treat! Especially on a hot afternoon …

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Bulletproof Hot Chocolate~ Paleo with Resistant Starch and Gelatin {AIP variation: carob and dairy-free alternatives}

I love making high-protein, gelatin-fortified hot chocolate. It’s bulletproof because it’s fortified with great fat, resistant starch and gelatin! You can make it AIP with carob and dairy-free milk. Get your cup of energy and happy here! Resistant Starch & Gelatin My many variations evolved yet again recently when I decided to add resistant starch (RS) to the mix. Fact …

Lavender-White Chocolate Steamer (Paleo/Primal/GAPS- dairy-free & raw milk versions)

There are days. There are those of us who never. Coffee and hot chocolate don’t/can’t always happen. Yet we want something sweet and creamy and yes, even nourishing. Lavender-White Chocolate is a steamer that satisfies- both soothing and exciting with its yum factor. Bringing to the table protein (especially if you are able to choose the raw milk version), good …

Turns out, cocoa butter coffee makes an amazingly fine foam. So creamy, luscious, lovely. Oh mercy~ Sunday pleasure! I actually videoed the cup of Joe after it had been poured into a clear mug because I couldn't believe its behavior: a swirling magical business kept moving as the fine foam settled into its new home, seriously beautiful and surprising!

Cocoa Butter decaf. Coffee {GAPS, Paleo, dairy-free}

Nothing says, Sunday to me like Butter Coffee, (aka Bulletproof Coffee). I used to make Butter Tea (and still do on occasion); but as my gut healed, and I was able to tolerate coffee again, I found the flavor of coffee much more restful and delicious. I have always loved dark brews and decaf. coffee satisfies! (I do avoid caffeine, …

Avocado Milk ~ Paleo | Keto | AIP | GAPS (nut-free, dairy-free, coconut-free)

Avocado Milk ~ Paleo | Keto | AIP | GAPS (nut-free, dairy-free, coconut-free)

Avocado milk is nut, seed and coconut-free. It’s Paleo, Keto, AIP and GAPS-friendly. It’s creamy and delicious and stays that pretty light green color in the fridge for days. Avocado milk is allergy-friendly, versatile and even great for gulping by the glass! It takes just five minutes to make and a few ingredients! Known Fact Avocados are healthy. Avocados are …

How to Make Yellow Dock Tea for Anemia

How to Make Yellow Dock Tea: Iron Wine~ For Anemia

Recently diagnosed with anemia, my super-doc put me on 3 cups of yellow dock root tea a day. I like the side benefits of yellow dock: it aids those with low stomach acid (me!), heals the liver and improves digestion. It can also be used topically to help with acne and psoriasis and is excellent for arthritis and issues of inflammation. …

(Sooo good!!) I love that I can have this Carrot Milkshake — GAPS, AIP, Low-FODMAP, Paleo #carrots #milkshake #carrot #aip #gapsdiet #lowfodmap #paleo #smoothie #healthy #dairyfree #fruitfree #lectinfree #dessert #snack

CARROT MILKSHAKE with Ginger, Turmeric and Cinnamon {GAPS, AIP, Low-FODMAP, Paleo}

This Carrot Milkshake recipe is creamy and super satisfying! — A truly healthy treat that can be snack, dessert or side dish. This treat was designed for those on healing diets who need something wonderful, despite ingredient limitations. With spicy but healing flavors of ginger, turmeric and cinnamon, the milkshake can be dairy-free, with cultured dairy (for GAPS) or with …

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Water is Not Enough: WHY TO SALT YOUR WATER! And an Electrolyte Drink Recipe

Thank you for supporting this site with purchases made through links in this post. Sea salt is required by our bodies for optimum health.  While we can add it to our food, should we also be adding it to our water?  After exercise, the answer is, Yes. Called Hyponatremia, the Weston A. Price Foundation informs us, Studies have confirmed the …