Category : gluten free

38 posts

Today is always a good day to have a picnic, even if it’s on a picnic blanket right in the middle of your living room floor.  If the weather changes quickly, as it does during this time of year, moving inside is a quick way to allow that change to have little impact on your …
A simple yet nutritious salad with basic ingredients for a dressing, can make a delicious, tasty meal and still fit into a cleanse protocol. This salad takes me back to where Simply Healthy Eats all started.  I’d been fretting about not having things to eat after starting a cleanse protocol to eliminate my food sensitivities …
an edible vegetable bowl filled with humms and veggies
I just love collaboration; it’s a great replacement for competition. In a phone conversation, a friend shared an appetizer she was preparing for a potluck. She mentioned she was preparing bell pepper halves as bowls for julienned veggies. As she spoke about it, I envisioned something a little different and developed the idea further. When …
beans and pumpkin puree make these chocolate muffins moist and delicious.
I know that the title of this recipe makes it seem like it doesn’t have a place on Simply Healthy Eats, but these chocolate muffins contain a secret ingredient that increases both the fiber and protein content.    That secret ingredient is beans.  We have used black beans to make fudge here at Simply Healthy …
a plate full of fresh coconut bark
Are you ready for another tale from the “Transform in to Wellness” journey? Ready or not, here it comes! As a fledgling health coach, I am ever eager to help anybody possible find their way through our “SAD” or Standard American Diet, into wellness. For example, I have been gently guiding a friend who complains …
yak meat in black bean chili
Is game meat better than conventional meat?  Conventional meaning: beef chicken, turkey, pork and the like.  Well, animals raised in healthy environments can supply nutrient-rich meat, which contains all amino acids and various micronutrients.  In nature, animals exist for their own reasons, not just for our use.  Game and wild-type meats have a much healthier …
flourless peanut butter cookie recipe
I don’t know who was the first person to make these cookies, but I wonder if it was a mistake that went well, or was the original author of this recipe a baker who truly understood how different chemicals in food items that we eat interact in order to create something different.    Whoever it was, …
baked sweet potato
My 86 year old mom, as some of you may know, had been recovering from surgery after calling 911 about a year ago. And in order to help her stay at home,  my sister and I have been coming by a few times during the week.  Lately, I’ve been falling short and my sister has …
 Surprise your summer guests with this delightful dish.  We did, then snacked on this appetizer while we waited for the rest of the meal to come off the grill.  And it didn’t fill us up like a regular pizza.  It’s a great appetizer, snack or even a light dessert. We had a small group of …
If you have food sensitivities or allergies, you understand the problem.  You’re invited to a friend’s house for a reception, dinner, or party.  You try to be careful about what you eat, but you don’t know that the baked chicken was prepared with just a touch of flour that aggravates your gluten allergy.  You don’t …
PAGE TOP