Fresh-Pressed Margarita Mocktail

This little margarita mocktail is bursting with citrus flavor, getting most of its sweetness from fresh-pressed orange juice. It packs a punch of vitamin C to revive you on a hot summer day!

I added just a touch of powdered sugar. Did you know you can easily make your own if you don’t have it […]

By |June 19th, 2015|Beverages|0 Comments|

Easy DIY Ginger Syrup and Candied Ginger

I know. These don’t look like much. If anything, it looks like a sad bowl of Turkish apricots. But TRUST me. This ginger syrup and candied ginger is amazing! The syrup adds a beautiful sweet heat to drinks and makes a fun, unique topping for ice cream and yogurt. And the candies are addictive!

(Nothing […]

Quick Paleo Turkey Chili (with Kale & Bacon)

I changed up the way I make chili tonight and it was so delicious I had to share it with you! First, I crisped up some chopped bacon and set it aside. Then I dropped diced bell pepper and onion into the bacon fat for extra flavor. To the veggies, I added turkey, tomato, […]

The BEST Method for Organizing Spices

 

Rarely do I use such bold language, but truly – this is the best remedy you will ever find for that mismatched, sprawling, brainsore of a spice cabinet.

I’m having a mild panic attack just thinking about the way things were not so long ago. Small jars of every brand and shape, plastic tubs stacked […]

By |February 26th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Homemade Peanut Butter Chips (Quick & Easy)

Today I’m over at The Nourishing Gourmet sharing some outrageous deliciousness in a tiny little package – peanut butter chips!

And the best part – it takes about 10 minutes to make these things (plus freeze time).

Here’s a preview of the post…

Peanut butter, unrefined sugar, coconut oil and vanilla are combined, hardened in the freezer […]

By |October 8th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

How to Make Unrefined Powdered Sugar

You may already know that it’s easy to make powdered sugar at home, using crystallized cane sugar. This trick works equally well with sucanat and coconut palm sugar!

Very occasionally, I make something that requires powdered sugar – a frosting or a glaze. I use it so rarely that the sugar pictured above is going […]

By |October 8th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

5-Minute Grain-Free Nut Crust

Rich, buttery and lightly salted this 5-minute grain free crust is the perfect contrast to fruity fillings (such as this lovely paleo strawberry-rhubarb), bringing them to a whole new level. It would also be a fabulous base for a chocolate pie or any cream-based filling.

For pumpkin pie or this Sweet Potato Pie with Lemon […]

Watermelon-Coconut Electrolyte Drink

Fresh watermelon juice comes together with potassium-rich coconut water, a pinch of sea salt and (if you have it on hand) a hint of mint or lemon for a delightful drink to keep you cool during the summer months!

I’m talking about electrolytes today at The Nourishing Gourmet where am sharing another one of my […]

How To Make BBQ Sauce

I am a BBQ lover through and through. Ribs, BBQ chicken, brunswick stew – you name it. But I am tired of the syrupy sweet commercial BBQ sauces that leave you reeling after the second dollop.

I want to eat BBQ sauce with abandon. And so I figured out how to make it myself.

It’s […]

  • 8 Tips for Making a Perfect Whole Chicken in the Slow Cooker
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    8 Tips for Making a Perfect Whole Chicken in the Slow Cooker

8 Tips for Making a Perfect Whole Chicken in the Slow Cooker

This meal fills the house with incredible smells and is loved by everyone in my family! I make chicken this way about 1-2 times a month and use the bones to make a homemade stock .
Today I’m sharing a recipe for a Shawarma Whole Chicken in the Slow Cooker at the Nourishing Gourmet! Be […]

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