I hope you are all liking my “Salad Series”. This is another fun salad idea…and guess what? There aren’t any leafy greens involved; so, perhaps some would argue that this isn’t an actual salad. But if you’re feeling like it needs a few extra greens then be my guest to top this creation off with your favorite lettuce variety 😉 Read More
It may not be that crazy pumpkin season (ahem fall), but I’m all for pumpkin any time of the year. And thankfully, you can find canned pumpkin even in the hottest summer months. These Paleo Pumpkin Pancakes filled a recent pumpkin craving that I had, plus I had a new flour to try and I knew this was the perfect recipe to test it out with.
I made these sweet, fluffy pancakes using Bob’s Red Mill Paleo Baking Flour. This was my first time using this baking mix, and it was a complete success if I say so myself 😉 This Paleo Baking Flour contains a combination of almond flour, arrowroot starch, organic coconut flour and tapioca flour. Besides the almond flour, I use all of these flours regularly in my baking. The nice thing about this mixture is that it’s ready to go – there isn’t any guesswork needed in figuring out the quantities of each flour for a successful dough.
My recipe for these Paleo Pumpkin Pancakes requires only 8 ingredients and makes 6 soft, fluffy and perfectly sweet pancakes.
Yep. Still super pregnant over here. If you read my last pregnancy update, you’ll remember that I was hoping, praying for it to be my last. I really wanted this little guy to arrive a day or two before his due date. But my wish wasn’t granted and I’m still here and pregnant and so ready to be done and meet my precious baby! So here we go – my 40 week update… Read More
Hi friends! Just stopping in to do a quick pregnancy update. I’m pretty sure this will be my last one, unless I happen to go well past 40 weeks…then perhaps I’ll consider doing another. But I’m being optimistic in thinking my little guy will arrive slightly early or just on time (June 6th is the due date).
So, here’s a quick 38 week update… Read More
A couple weeks ago I took the Pinnertest food intolerance test to see if I have any food intolerances, or in other words if my body is experiencing difficulty in digesting certain foods. In Part 1 of this blog series I provided a full explanation of the Pinnertest and why I decided to take the test even though I do not experience any digestive issues (pain/gas/bloating/etc).
My results came in Thursday of last week and today I’m going to share my results, as well as discuss the differences between this test and the food intolerance test results from the one I took in November 2016 (at my Chiropractor’s office). Read More