Pure comfort food. This dish is absolutely scrumptious and, although we like it as an every-day side dish, it’s pretty enough for the Thanksgiving table! Be sure not to compromise on the ingredients. We want full-fat cheese that we grate ourselves and full fat cream. Worried about the fat? Be sure to follow our “Healthy Weight Myths” series!! 😉
What You’ll Need 3 medium sweet potatoes 1 3/4 cups heavy cream 6 to 8 ounces aged cheese (we love the Kerrygold Aged Cheddar, but whatever you pick make sure it’s full-fat and very flavorful!) nutmeg unrefined sea salt (it’s a health food! Read about why you need it, here!) white pepper (you can use multicolored or black, too) What To Do Preheat the oven (or toaster oven, like we do) to 375 degrees. Slice the sweet potatoes into 1/4 inch slices (feel free to do circles or half circles). […]
If you were raised in a house where veggies were cooked until they were nothing but mush, don’t give up on me, yet! 😉 This simple recipe is buttery, al dente and delicious. The best part is that it is amazingly quick and easy! No need for a steaming basket or any other special equipment.
What You’ll Need medium saucepan with a lid fresh or frozen broccoli butter (preferably from grass-fed cows) Celtic sea salt (read about why salt is healthy!!) What To Do If using fresh broccoli, cut it into bite-sized pieces. Put about 2 tablespoons of butter in the saucepan and add 2 heaping cups of broccoli (increase the butter if using more broccoli). Put on the lid and heat on medium heat until butter is melted, then stir and put the lid back on. After a couple of minutes, stir again and use a fork to check […]
What do you do with your garden tomatoes when they split before they’re ripe or get blossom end rot?
This is my “Oh, no, the green tomatoes split!” salsa… but you can make it with red tomatoes, too. 🙂
Ingredients: 1 sweet onion 3 cloves garlic 8 medium green tomatoes (or the equivalent) 2 or 3 jalapenos (I used 3 of my green Anaheim peppers) juice of one lime small handful of cilantro one pinch of sugar two pinches of sea salt Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Coat two baking dishes (one large, on small) with oil. Slice onion in half, leaving skin on, and place it cut-side-down in the smaller baking dish. Place garlic cloves, with skin on, in a square of foil and drizzle with oil. Close foil and put next to onion. Trim any blossom-end-rot from tomatoes and place them whole […]
Crockpot Roast with Green Beans
This is the BEST comfort food! We just finished having this for dinner… yum! This is a make-over on a very processed recipe. We are thrilled to have a successful “real foods” version of it!
One 3-pound beef roast, frozen 1 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 2 Tablespoon onion flakes 3 teaspoon marjoram 2 teaspoons Celtic sea salt 1 teaspoon mixed pepper 1 teaspoon thyme 10 ounces frozen green beans 1 cup beef broth One batch of mashed potatoes (use your favorite recipe!)
The night before, put the frozen roast in the crock pot and sprinkle it with the spices. Cover and cook on low. Around lunchtime the next day, add the beef broth, and the frozen green beans. Just before serving, shred the meat. Serve over mashed potatoes. Print […]