{Recipes}

My family and I choose to eat whole foods, focusing on healthy fats and preparing our foods in specific ways so that we are able to absorb the most nutrition from them.

Breakfast

Sausage

Cinnamon Rolls {gluten free}

Scrambled Eggs

Baked Oatmeal with Sweet Potato

Soaked Oatmeal

Meat and Poultry

As often as we are able to, I choose to use grassfed, organic meats along with properly prepared grains and organic produce. Above all else, my goal is to provide my family with food made from scratch in order to eliminate processed foods from our diet. In order to do so, sometimes I have to relax my ‘grassfed/organic’ rule so that I don’t allow my food budget to become out of control. Of course it’s not the “perfect”, but I feel it’s always best to buy “the best you can afford”!

BBQ Beef Ribs {slow cooker}

Italian Cream Cheese Casserole

BLT Pasta

White Chicken Chili

Chicken Nuggets

Chili

Wet Burritos

Chicken Sausage and Bean Soup

Salmon Patties

Salads and Dressings

Taco Salad

Spicy Dressing

Italian Dressing Mix

Spelt Berry Salad

Avocado Aioli {dressing/dip}

Colorful Spring Salad

Summer Salad with Strawberries

Simple Green Salad

Soups and Stews

An integral part of any menu, soups can be comforting and nourishing to the body at the same time. I love to use bone broths as a base to my soups as well, in order to infuse them with as many nutritional benefits as I can.

Chicken Broth/Stock

Beef Broth

Lentil Soup

Butternut Squash Soup

Chicken Sausage and Bean Soup

Snacks

While snacks are often high in refined sugars and grains, I choose to make our snacks with more natural sugars and whole grains whenever possible.

Granola Bars

Caramel Corn

Chocolate Cranberry Nut Granola

Popcorn

Side Dishes

Quinoa and Spinach Stuffed Tomatoes

Veggie Rice

Gratineed Leeks

Wild Rice Pilaf

Maple Sweet Potatoes

Baked Potatoes

Homemade French Fries

Breads and Grains

While we are currently eating gluten free, I have chosen in the past to try and make our breads from ‘soaked’ flours or from sourdough. This helps to eliminate enzyme inhibitors and aid in digestion. While I don’t always properly ‘soak’ our grains, I do my best and try and make it a priority but allow myself to be free from guilt should I forget, not have time, or indulge in an ‘un-soaked’ recipe.

Sourdough Pancakes

Cinnamon Rolls {gluten free}

Blueberry Muffins*

Whole Wheat Tortillas

Kefir Bread

Cinnamon Rolls

Whole Wheat Bread

Gluten Free Pizza Crust

Baked Oatmeal with Sweet Potato

Carrot Squash Muffins

Veggie Rice

Sauces, Seasonings, and Condiments

Garlic Herb Butter

Cherry Tomato Salsa

Spaghetti Sauce

Taco Seasoning

Pizza Sauce

Fermented/Cultured/Living Foods

Yogurt

Kombucha

Water Kefir

Grape Kefir Soda

Italian Green Beans

Root Slaw

Classic Sauerkraut

Dairy Kefir

Cultured Butter

Cherry Tomato Salsa

Sourdough Pancakes

Desserts and Sweet Things

Chocolate Mousse Cake {Grain Free}

Better Than Almond Joy Cookies

Apple Grunt

Vanilla Kefir Ice Cream

Nourishing Raw Chocolate Pudding

Gluten Free Cupcakes

Nourishing Fudge*

Whipped Cream

Black Bean {Grain Free} Brownies

Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Poached Pears with Pomegranate Glaze

Homemade Maple Syrup Marshmallows

Homemade Peppermint Patties

Traditional Food Preparation

Soak and Dehydrate Nuts and Seeds

Kombucha

Yogurt

Water Kefir

Dairy Kefir

Grape Kefir Soda

Make Your own Cultured Butter

Sweet Cream Butter

Homemade Sweet Cream Butter

Soak Almonds / Crispy Almonds

Italian Green Beans

Root Slaw

Classic Sauerkraut

Cherry Tomato Salsa

Sourdough Pancakes

Chicken Broth/Stock

Beef Broth

Beverages

Herbal Fertility Tea

Eggnog

Coconut Milk Steamer

Kombucha

Water Kefir

Grape Kefir Soda

Food Preservation

Peach Pit Jelly

Sun Pickles

Canning Peaches

Natural Living

Toothpaste

Deodorant

Natural Wood Polish

Natural Moisturizer

Facial Cleanser

Dishwasher Rinse Aid

Fabric Softener

Natural Health

Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry Tincture

Post Partum Herbal Sitz Bath

Natural Help for Mastitis