Tell Me I’m Worth It

Tell Me I’m Worth It.

Seems like she can read my heart and mind. What a gift ;) love her!

spiced carrot cake – just like grandma makes (only gluten and dairy free)

spiced carrot cake – just like grandma makes (only gluten and dairy free).

Carrot cake is one of my favorites ;) I think I’ll make it for my birthday ;)😙🎂

Shifting Shadows

Shifting Shadows.

From Here to There

From Here to There.

My Favorite Quinoa Salad Yet

My Favorite Quinoa Salad Yet.

My,my,my this look tasty. Not sure about the black beans and corn but I’m willin to try it. Now don’t get me wrong, I love them both but my tummy doesn’t…….however if I cut back on the amount I might be able to eat it……we’ll see. ;) wish me luck!

Grilled Chicken Pesto Burgers

Grilled Chicken Pesto Burgers.

This looks fantastic although I can’t have the whole wheat bun…..I’ll use a lettuce wrap ;) thanks for the idea!

I Think I’ve Found A Little Piece Of Heaven

I think I’ve found a little piece of heaven right here on earth. I was reading my WordPress fav’s and came across

Banana Manna Cakes.

. I swear, she made it look so good that if I wouldn’t have already eaten dinner I would have got up right then and there and made them! This morning it was the first thing on my mind and on my To Do list :) I ended up making the crepe 1 banana – 2 eggs ratio and added some blueberries. OMGOODNESS……HEAVEN! And of course added a side of BACON BACON! Now, my husband loves his sweets…..me not so much….and so he had pure maple syrup on his and he was a happy caveman. Myself…….so very….very….very happy. Thank you Becky Blue Eyes for your Banana Manna Cakes ;)

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Deep Dish Portobello Pizzas

3h Deep Dish Portobello Pizzas (Paleo, SCD) Sometimes you just want a big ol’ pizza. But if you’re looking to avoid the gluten gut-bomb that goes along with a typical pizza, why not try something new? I’ve made deep dish portobellos twice recently–I did it a little differently each time, but the results were the same: deliciousness. The first thing you’re going to want to do is to hollow out your portobello mushrooms, by scraping out the gills. You can use a spoon to do this. The gills are edible, but you are doing this to make room for the pizza! BEFORE AFTER You should also pop out the stem. Save it if you want (it is also edible) and chop it up and add it to your pizza with the veggies, if you feel so inclined. Here’s how I did my first deep dish portobello: I browned grassfed ground beef (sausage would be good as well) and onions. Drained the fat and added the beef and onions to some homemade pizza sauce. Filled the mushroom up with this mixture. Then I sprinkled veggies on top (peppers, olives, whatever sounds good). Then I sprinkled parmesan cheese on top. And lastly, I topped it with Applegate Farms pepperoni. I rubbed the outside of the mushroom with olive oil and baked the whole thing on 400 for about 15-20 minutes. Delish. Tonight, I got the hankering for pizza again, but didn’t have any meat thawed. So I chopped up some veggies (bell pepper and onion) and chopped up Canadian bacon and pepperoni. Then I stirred in my homemade pizza sauce, and used this mixture to fill up the mushroom. Then I sprinkled with Parmesan cheese and baked at 400 for 15-20 minutes. Again, it was really great (even though it just looks like a giant blob in the photo). And no, I didn’t even serve veggies on the side. In case you missed the memo, this is served in a GINORMOUS MUSHROOM. I think it would also be good with shredded chicken and pesto topped with provolone cheese. Oh my. So what are you going to fill your mushroom with? Your comments (optional): Tap here to type My Delicious Life Elizabeth Cancel Enter your comment here…

Allergy and Celiac Friendly Winery in Denver, CO

Allergy and Celiac Friendly Winery in Denver, CO.

Happy Cooking, Happy Eating, Happy Staying Well. :)

I have to say, this looks delish and my kitchen is calling my name. I thought I’d share this with y’all. Enjoy and don’t forget to follow “A small insight ” ‘s blog. :) Happy cooking, Happy Eating, Happy Staying Well :)

Kathleen Aka Precious Pearl

A small insight

Yesterday I came across peas in their shells in the Supermarket and just knew I had to try a pea soup out!! For the last 4 or 5 years I have grown my own peas in my garden along with many other vegetables and I’ve really been missing harvesting them all this year since I lost my garden!!

But shelling all the peas for this recipe gave me a similar pleasure to what I am used too!! And it was a really quick and easy recipe to make after the shelling was done x

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 shallots, finely chopped
  • 1 medium leek, white and light-green parts, thinly sliced
  • 4 cups chicken stock
  • 3 cups shelled peas
  • 3 mint leaves
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • coarse sea salt
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • chives for garnish

  1. Heat the butter and oil in a large pan over…

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