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Mushroom and Carob Hot Chocolate – Dairy Free, Sugar Free, and Chocolate Free

Mushroom and carob hot chocolate is the most simple and delicious way to get more antioxidant-rich mushrooms into your diet.  This mushroom hot chocolate recipe is one I turn to when I’m in need of a warm, satisfying mug full of pure love. This is the kind of warm drink that envelops you in silky …

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Giant Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls With Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting

These ooey-gooey sourdough cinnamon rolls are extra soft and stretchy due to their generous size and many many layers of buttery cinnamon sugar filling! I set out to create the perfect sourdough cinnamon roll. One that wasn’t cloyingly sweet or made with questionable ingredients. One that had the tender doughiness of an authentic rich dough. …

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Cinnamon, Apple, and Honey-Butter Caramel Popcorn Balls

Popcorn balls need to make a dramatic comeback. This is their chance! For this recipe I took freshly popped crispy popcorn, coated it in honey-butter caramel sauce, then added some salt, cinnamon, and diced dried apples to make a popcorn treat that tastes like popcorn apple pie.  Popcorn Balls With the Flavors of Fall When …

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Hot Buttered Apple Sauce With Cinnamon and Nutmeg

A few years ago in my recipe group on Facebook I posted a picture of myself eating a bowl of hot apple sauce with lots of butter. The comment went something like this, “If you aren’t eating your apple sauce hot with butter and cinnamon then you aren’t living!” I was pretty shocked at the …

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Simple and Nourishing Apple Galette in a Sprouted Whole Wheat Pastry Crust

An apple galette that’s easy enough for a weeknight and rustically beautiful enough for a holiday table. These days I don’t have a lot of extra time for making desserts. That’s probably a good thing. But with the holidays approaching and all the beautiful fresh apples at the market I couldn’t help but whip up …

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Sprouted Whole Wheat Soul Cakes – A Nourishing Way To Honor Old Traditions

Spicy sweet soul cakes are a gateway to our past. Growing up a secular American can be a spiritually lonely place and living in a typical American town is often like living in a cultural and spiritual wasteland. At some point you begin to crave the gatherings, community celebrations, and spiritual traditions that our ancestors relished …

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Sprouted Whole Wheat Fig Bars – Egg Free, School Friendly, and Kid Approved

It’s fun to be a kid (or at least to eat like one). There are so many new and different flavors and textures to experience. Unfortunately, some of the favorite snacks from our own childhoods, the ones we want our children to also delight in, are loaded with refined sugar, processed grains, unhealthy vegetable oils, …

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Carrot Cake Waffles With Honey Butter Frosting – Made With Sprouted Whole Wheat

Waffles! Crispy, sweet, and loaded with real pastured butter. What could be better? It just so happens that carrot cake waffles are better! I needed a fun brunch idea for our Spring celebration and I was drawing a blank. I was craving carrot cake but wanted it to be breakfast-y. I thought about making carrot …

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Soft and Chewy Sourdough Tortillas Made With Real Lard

When life gives you lard, make sourdough tortillas! I have always used a really nice sourdough tortilla recipe that a friend passed on to me. It calls for flour, starter, butter, lard, salt, water, and baking soda. While I like this recipe, it does not call for proper fermentation of the flour. So I set …

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Cinnamon Maple Pecan Granola – Made With Properly Prepared Soaked Oats and Nuts

Finally, a real soaked oat and nut breakfast granola that you can confidently feed the whole family! This cinnamon maple pecan granola is just lightly sweetened with real maple syrup and is carefully prepared to make sure you get the most out of every bite! With just a handful of real food ingredients and a …

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Gingerbread Cut-Out Cookies – Date and Molasses Sweetened – Made With Sprouted Wheat – In Your Food Processor

I absolutely love this recipe. Baking gingerbread is a family tradition that my daughter, husband, and I enjoy doing together every year around the holidays. And my daughter really got into it this year! It was so sweet to see her little hands rolling and cutting the dough. I watched with admiration as she used …

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Miniature Maple Apple Pies in a Sweet and Buttery Sourdough Crust

I may have created the perfect food! These miniature maple apple pies are like little bites from heaven. The rich, maple- and cinnamon-flavored apple filling is encased in a buttery pastry crust made with traditionally fermented sourdough. Each little pie is a perfect single serving so they are great for kids, parties, gatherings, or sweet …

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Sweet and Buttery Sourdough Pie Crust – Traditionally Fermented for a Nourished Diet

Sourdough pie crust has been on my back burner for some time now! I finally had the time and opportunity to play around with my recipe and develop the perfect sweet and buttery sourdough pie crust. Even though I wish I’d done it long ago, now I can give you a real traditionally fermented pie …

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Soft and Chewy Sourdough Crepes – Traditionally Fermented for Easy Digestion

Crepes are a lovely alternative to pancakes and they can be filled or topped with a huge variety of both sweet and savory fillings and sauces. As much as I love my slow-fermented Sourdough Pancakes, I love crepes even more because of the ease of the recipe! I use sourdough discard for this recipe. Sourdough …

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Golden Milk Pots de Crème Sweetened With Honey

Traditional Golden Milk Made Into a Creamy Custard. This rich, honey-sweetened, egg yolk custard is spiced with anti-inflammatory turmeric, spicy ginger, warming cinnamon, floral cardamom, a pinch of exciting cloves, and my all-time favorite spice, nutmeg. The color of this custard is vibrant and fresh, the flavor is earthy, spicy, and not too sweet. It’s …

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