Monthly Archives: December 2014

Traditional Chocolate Souffle

Traditional dessert meets modern Paleo in my new decadent and feathery chocolate souffle recipe.

This traditional souffle recipe is best served hot, right out of the oven, with a sprinkling of finely shredded coconut on top, a heavy sweet coconut cream, or a touch of rich chocolate sauce.

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Chocolate Peppermint Hard Souffle

With Christmas fast approaching I wanted to whip up something sweet that would smell, taste, and feel like the holiday and what better way to accomplish all of this than with chocolate and peppermint.

This Paleo dessert will leave your taste buds begging for more after each bite. Whether hot or cold, this souffle recipe makes a great after dinner dessert for yourself or for entertaining guests. The souffle, while satisfying and sweet, has a delicate texture on the inside and a perfect balance of sweet chocolate and cool peppermint.

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Banana Custard

This recipe involves very simple ingredients and flavors which work very well together. The custard will be smooth and satisfyingly sweet, while the topping will bring out deep comforting Fall/Winter flavors, a complementing taste to the custard.

I found a great deal on organic bananas at Costco this past weekend and ended up with…well a lot of bananas. I could not allow them to go to waste, so I got creative in the kitchen.

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Classic Blueberry Pancakes

I had long loved the taste of blueberries in pancakes and waffles when growing up. My classic blueberry pancake recipe recreates that long lost love of blueberry pancakes in a fluffy, fiber and protein rich Paleo alternative that is kid approved and adult satisfying.

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Cranberry Orange Scones

With just the right amount of sweet and citrus, these cranberry orange scones will deliver on the flavor and texture of traditional scones; without the grains, gluten, and dairy.

These scones are an excellent after meal dessert, a wonderful quick breakfast, or a nice sweet treat when you just need a snack.

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