These cool, rainy, autumn days are getting shorter and shorter. Therefore, they feel more and more like cookie days. Right?
These colourful root veggie cookies developed by my dear friend Hayley of I Eat Real Food practically scream cozy, comforting and nourishing, while also bringing a good dose of sunshine with their bright colours. They are the perfect fall treat, especially for those of us who are healing illnesses and allergies. She has even written about cookie energetics! These bright bites are flourless and sugar-free – sweetened only by those adrenal-assisting, craving-satisfying, nutrient dense root veggies. They are potentially the “healthiest” cookies alive, and are so tasty! Read more
When I was growing up, my family made tea biscuits every few weeks. They went with everything: soup, stew, meat and veg dishes, and the dough also made a pretty awesome pizza crust.They were always soft on the inside and crusty on the outside – the perfect soup biscuit. On an AIP protocol, bread is not really a commodity anymore, but nostalgia still sometimes pulls me to wanting some warm, comforting bread, right out of the oven. Read more
Sometimes nothing will do but a warm oatmeal cookie, straight from the oven. These N’oatmeal Squash cookies are versatile, so no matter what you like in your oatmeal cookies, these cover all the bases!
I was hankering for some breakfast cookies and since I’m trying different egg replacements and also trying to increase my veggie intake, I decided to try using leftover spaghetti squash from the night before – SO good! These cookies are so soft and chewy and taste amazing – just like the home-made oatmeal cookies I grew up with. Read more
The holidays are not complete for me without gingerbread cookies – my first year of AIP I managed to make it through without them, however I definitely broke down and added a good splash of brandy to me dairy-free eggless nog… So this year I was determined to make an AIP-friendly version of my favourite holiday treat – the Gingerbread Man. Read more