Chia Seed Puddings – Caramel Latte & Nut Butter Banana

Chia is my new obsession and this past weekend I spent an entire day making things with chia seeds.  Being dairy free I don’t get to eat many puddings, so when I discovered that chia seed pudding can be made with any type of milk and doesn’t require cooking I was sold!  

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Banana Muffins – Gluten Free and Dairy Free

To be totally honest I didn’t think the kids would like these.  Gavin has told me repeatedly that he doesn’t like bananas however I figured that if the kids didn’t eat them than I would take them to work and share with my other GF friends.  Unfortunately for my friends, Gavin has decided they are awesome and wants to eat them all. 

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Oven Braised Chicken with Tomato and Olive Sauce

Happy Autumn Equinox! Mother Earth decided to bless us by sending our first real Fall day.  The temperature dropped from the upper 90s down to 72 and breezy in just a couple days.  The wind smelled wet and cold.  It blew strongest in the afternoon and the dust was so thick in places that visibility was…

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Breakfast Tacos

Are you feeling those first stirrings of Fall yet?  I know I have been for a couple of weeks now.  The nights are much cooler.  My bedroom windows are still open at night, but only a crack.  The evenings are still very warm but I have pulled out the warmer blankets for the middle of…

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How To Make Fresh Pasta (without a pasta machine)

It feels so good to be posting a recipe!  Its been too long! Recently I discovered a wonderful website called Scribd.  It’s basically Netflix for books and I am totally in love with it.  Its like having an entire library at my fingertips.  This month I’ve been reading this wonderful book called The Happiness Project…

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30 Days of Renewal – Day 7 – How I Went Dairy Free

  Going dairy free is scary. You think your never going to be able to eat ice cream again. You can’t have cheese, or butter, milk, or yogurt. But, over the last four months of going dairy-free, I’ve learned that it’s not as bad as you think and the unexpected benefits may eventually outweigh the…

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