Monthly Archives: October 2014

Pumpkin Spiced Cookies

Since I still have pumpkin left over, and I have been creating pretty tasty pumpkin spiced recipes, I figured it was time to try my hand at cookies. Behold, pumpkin spiced cookies!

This recipe calls for real pumpkin, whose flavor blends perfectly with raisins and maple syrup. These cookies are complete comfort food and will remind you of oatmeal raisin cookies from yesteryear.

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Pumpkin Spice Pancakes

Here in North America we are well underway into the Fall season; leaves are turning all shades of orange, yellow, and reds, and every cafe has a pumpkin spiced something. So if you have not been pumpkin spiced out just yet, here is my delicious pumpkin spice pancake recipe.

These pancakes uses real pumpkin and are full of Fall flavor. This recipe will keep the pancakes moist on the inside, while ensuring that they are nice and sturdy on the outside.

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Old Fashioned Sausage Gravy

Growing up most of my childhood in Tennessee one of my favorite meals for breakfast was homemade sausage gravy. In this recipe I recreate that flavor, but stick to Paleo ingredients. True to the original sausage gravy I had growing up, this recipe promises to be simple with ingredients but will still require lots of stirring.

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Paleo Oatmeal

Rekindle those wonderful Fall and Winter memories of a warm bowl of oatmeal with this Paleo recipe that will surely satisfy any desire for a hot breakfast that is not a plate full of eggs and bacon.

This Paleo version of oatmeal will feature the same traditional oatmeal textures you remember, while delivering a flavor that everyone in the house will love.

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Classic Beef Pot Roast with Creamy Mashed Cauliflower

This is the ultimate comfort food recipe.

If you were afraid to cook Paleo or Whole30 for guests, this recipe should remove those fears. The pot roast is full of flavor and tender, while the mashed cauliflower is creamy and has a whipped texture that is only matched by its wonderful buttery taste. Prepare to entertain and eat clean!

My classic beef pot roast with creamy mashed cauliflower.

My classic beef pot roast with creamy mashed cauliflower.

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Savory Cranberry Turkey Meatloaf

As we approach the holidays you will begin to see turkey in all forms more prevalent in your grocery stores. What if I told you that you did not need to roast a turkey for a whole day to get that same holiday flavor?

This recipe uses ground turkey breast, seasoned with fragrant herbs and cranberries, to bring holiday flavor to your table in just a couple of hours.

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Red Kuri Soup

This recipe is fairly simple, requiring just steamed vegetables, spices, and hot coconut milk to whip up a savory warm soup that will remind you of loaded potato leek.

Red Kuri squash has very similar texture and taste of your standard white potatoes, except with the nutritional values of a squash instead of an empty white potato. And now that we have come into the Fall season, many varieties of squash are appearing in local grocery stores and the Red Kuri should be plentiful.

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