Tag Archives: Keto

Egg Roll in a Bowl (Grain Free, Paleo, Keto, AIP)


Ahhh, breakfast. One of the most important meals of the day! I’ve had many requests for grain-free breakfast ideas over the years. This is why I created our grain-free Paleo cinnamon delight bagels, keto everything bagels, Paleoatmeal, and even our brand new granola (which some are enjoying as a cereal!) […]

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Cream of Mushroom Soup Recipe (Dairy Free|Keto|Paleo|Vegan)


Cream of Mushroom Soup

Wait a second, it’s MAY. Why in the world am I writing about a soup recipe in MAY?? For one, this soup was so amazing and simple, I just had to share! For two, it’s been unusually cold and dreary for this month of May in Ohio. I’d been hankering […]

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The Why Behind My Grain Free Business


Last week, I shared this post on Facebook about something that happened at our local farmer’s market. It caused me to pause and re-focus on the “why” behind my dedicated gluten & grain-free, soy-free, dairy-free business, and I thought it was important enough to share yet again! I would love […]

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Keto Paleo Grain Free Barbecue Beef Crockpot Recipe


Having a party or large gathering? Doing your weekly meal prep? This pulled beef recipe is easy, delicious, and can feed a crowd! Since I have stuck to my strict grain-free, soy-free dietary lifestyle, so much has changed for me and my clients in the way of achieving optimal health. […]

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Grain Free Pasta (Spiralized Veggies!)


Grain Free Pasta Option Have you ever heard of or tried spiralizing vegetables to use as pasta noodles? Zoodles, as they are called when made from zucchini, sautee up beautifully and make a fantastic packed meal, as shown in this picture of my meal prep for a client (bottom right).  […]

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Low Carb Grain Free Zucchini Pie (Keto Friendly!)


I’ve been blessed abundantly this year with gifts of large zucchini.  I first started experimenting with this veggie last year, since I’ve been challenged overall with a lack of tastes for the squash family (but I’ve gotten SO much better!)  Here in Ohio, they can grow to mammoth proportion, and one plant can literally […]

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