This is a chocolate lover’s dream! The butterscotch filling can be replaced with the same mix as the frosting, if you want to make it even more “chocolaty”, but I liked the contrast of the salted caramel-type filling with the chocolate. The filling can also be eaten alone as a pudding. I actually made a… Continue reading Chocolate Butterscotch Grain-Free Cake
A couple of months before school started, my sister who owns Rocq Macarons gave me a 25-pound box of almond flour as part of my birthday present. Since her macaroons are made with almond flour, she orders thousands of pounds at the time, and gets a much better price than I get at the store. It… Continue reading Paleo Nut-Free School Lunches
Crispy salted plantain chips covered with a layer of sweet and spiced almond freezer fudge and melted chocolate? I am not sure what made me come up with that unusual combination, but this Maple Almond Bark is AWESOME! The plantain chips give it a very nice crunch and the pumpkin spice makes it a perfect… Continue reading Maple Almond Bark (paleo)
The more my daughter hangs out with other kids at school’s lunch time, the more she learns about snacks and treats she didn’t even know existed. Kindergarten has opened a new door of culinary challenges for me. Her request this week was a Paleo Granola Bar. Since her school is nut-free, I used only seeds,… Continue reading Paleo Granola Bar (nut-free)
Kugel is a traditional jewish pudding or casserole. It is most commonly made with egg noodles or potatoes. I apologize for butchering the recipe, but I was asked to make a similar dish that complies with several dietary restrictions and that also hides a few vegetables in it. My paleo kugel variation of this recipe… Continue reading Paleo Apple Carrot Kugel (nut-free and egg-free)
Week 3 of school is done and I am getting the hang of this nut-free cooking and lunch preparing. This paleo wrap recipe is very basic, but very versatile. Unlike my previous wrap recipe, this one doesn’t call for almond flour and it pairs up great with either sweet or savory fillings. I’ve use these… Continue reading Easy Paleo Wrap or Crepe (nut-free)
I have been holding on to this grain-free dinner roll recipe for a very long time. It is one of the yummiest breads I’ve ever tried, even among the wheat breads I used to eat. I was waiting for a special occasion to share this, or maybe even for a book or an e-book, but my… Continue reading Grain-Free Dinner Rolls (nut and coconut free)
Besides being affordable, this Paleo Flourless Cake is the fastest, simplest, and easiest cake recipe I know of. The cake and the ganache combined only call for 4 ingredients. Grain-Free flours are sometimes hard to find, especially outside of the U.S. I make this cake often whenever I’m traveling abroad, because the ingredients are easy to… Continue reading Paleo Flourless Chocolate Cake (4 ingredients)
I’ve made this grain-free carrot cake several times last month. My oldest daughter, Lilah turned 5 and I did a couple small-sized trials before I ventured with the 3-tier Disney’s Frozen birthday cake that she requested for her party. I really liked the fact that it was relatively economical for a grain-free cake. Almond flour tends… Continue reading Grain-Free Carrot Cake (Frozen-Themed)
Grain-free breakfast can be fun, diverse, and go beyond the usual bacon and eggs. Although I love bacon and eggs, sometimes I just need something sweet and crispy, yet protein and nutrient-rich. I love this recipe because the batter can be made in seconds, but also because I can make a double or triple batch… Continue reading Crispy Banana Paleo Waffles (nut-free option)
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