posts tagged "easy"
Posted on June 24, 2013
Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry is showing up on bookshelves everywhere.
Although it seemed like a long time coming, Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry was released on June 18! While devoting some time and energy to promoting the book locally over the next few weeks, I am also enjoying reading reviews as readers get their hands on copies and start preparing the gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and nightshade-free recipes for their families and friends.
I hope these reviews help provide a representative sample ... read more →
Posted on June 6, 2013
The reviews for Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry are starting to roll in!
Thanks to the following amazing bloggers for their wonderful, advance-copy reviews of Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry.
If you are looking for more information before you order my new book, maybe one of these bloggers who received an early-release copy has shared something below that will give you insight into what my book is all about.
The Domestic Man –Russ Crandall
“The book sports some really delicious and ultra ... read more →
Posted on April 4, 2011
I have been a huge fan of Michael Ruhlman’s book Ratio for quite some time. His work really came to life for me when I saw him speak at Blogher Food last year. He conveys his love of good food in a passionate manner, which I find compelling.
So, when my friend Silvana invited me to participate in this month’s Ratio Rally, I said yes, even though I have not really baked using ratios and scales. I am definitely a numbers ... read more →
Posted on January 10, 2011
A piping hot bowl of this gluten free Broccoli Soup is the perfect dish for today. Why? We’re expecting a nice balmy high here in Boulder of 15 degrees, while we’re buried in snow from yesterday’s storm.
I was fortunate enough to spend yesterday, my Sunday, at a yoga class, and then hiking the gorgeous Mount Sanitas in the snow. As you can see, thus far, the new year is treating me well.
If you’re looking for a healthy soothing recipe to ... read more →
Posted on August 8, 2009
This is a super easy avocado dip that you can whip up in mere minutes. There is no chopping (of herbs) required, because it is made with spice.
When I don’t have a lot of time to make dinner, this is a go to dish. I get one of the boys to do the avocado cutting and scooping while I chop up carrots and celery to accompany this dip. It’s a nice filling side along with a main dish and salad.
You ... read more →
Posted on June 1, 2009
Because of all of the requests I have had for more videos as well as for recipes using coconut flour…I have created a short video tutorial using coconut flour.
In this quick and easy tutorial I invite you into my kitchen to be taken step by step through a recipe for mini blueberry muffins. These muffins are mighty tasty.
My children and their friends (who can eat as much gluten as they want) fought over these muffins after I was ... read more →
Posted on May 30, 2009
We are having friends over tomorrow evening for a small barbecue and I will be serving this easy, delicious, tangy salad dressing over fresh greens from our garden.
We started our garden very early and have planted literally dozens of green veggies in it. The boys are enjoying the many different types of kale that are now growing like weeds. I am particularly fond of the bitter greens –mustard and arugula. My husband loves them all and asks for a bigger ... read more →
Posted on May 21, 2009
My children love to have fruit salad as an after school snack. I often serve it to them with organic yogurt, adding a bit of vanilla and agave nectar to the yogurt.
It’s just about fruit season here in Colorado and everything is starting to look luscious. We have strawberries ripening on the plants in the front yard and peaches (still green) on our peach tree in the back. Right now however, even though I’m harvesting mountains of kale and ... read more →
Posted on April 24, 2009
This delicious salad is full of a variety of flavors. The arugula is a buttery, bitter green and the oranges are sweet, sour and tangy. Spiking dinner salads with fruit is a great trick when it comes to getting children enthused about eating their greens. Works pretty well on green-phobic adults as well. My boys devoured this salad right alongside my husband and myself the other night at dinner.
This Orange Arugula Salad paired with Mustard Lime Chicken makes a delightful ... read more →
Posted on April 17, 2009
This gluten free, gum free and yeast free bread is great toasted and spread with goat cheese, nut butter or dipped in olive oil.
Hello Mark’s Daily Apple readers! Be sure to check out my Paleo/primal Bread recipe.
I’ve been a bit lazy in the kitchen this past week –we’ve had sandwich night twice already. I slice and toast the gluten-free bread (pictured) and then put it out with organic turkey slices, romaine lettuce, sliced tomatoes, dijon mustard, grapeseed oil vegenaise and ... read more →
Posted on April 10, 2009
Food is politics. More than ever. So, imagine my surprise when I found this comment the other day, right here on my little ol’ blog saying:
“I love your recipe blog, but really don’t agree with your political views or comments. Try to stay more focused on the food instead of politics. You may keep more friends that way.”
I’d never thought of being less than genuine and hiding my views as way to gain friends. Call me naive, that’s one strategy ... read more →
Posted on March 24, 2009
Take a look at the picture above. No, that’s not a floating grapefruit. If you look closely, you can see the tip of my younger son’s fingers lifting a grapefruit from the bowl of salad. This quick and easy (and of course gluten-free) salad is delicious anytime of year, though perfect right now as we approach the end of citrus season.
Raw Kale Salad with Grapefruitprinter friendly
1 bunch kale
1 tablespoon olive oil
⅛ teaspoon celtic sea salt
1 teaspoon balsamic ... read more →
Posted on March 20, 2009
If you look on the upper right hand side of my site you will find a photo –and link– to my forthcoming book, The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook. You can pre-order order it by clicking on the book cover image in the sidebar to the right, which takes you over to amazon.com.
I have been working on the book for the past 8 months, well, actually the past 10 years, that’s when I really began cooking and writing down my recipes ... read more →
Posted on March 17, 2009
It’s amazing what you can do without any flour! I made this gluten free chocolate cake using beets. Being “Deceptively Delicious“ I fooled my husband. While my children are game to eat pretty much anything I make, my husband is known as the “picky” eater around here.
Because of his strong critiques and my perfectionist bent, I often find myself testing a new recipe four, five or more times. Though this one I nailed the second time, it was that ... read more →
Posted on March 10, 2009
I am lucky enough to say that my boys love to eat kale. There was actually a kale incident the other night whereby I only made one bunch and some grabbing occurred at the table as the boys “fought” over it. Ok, sorry to brag, however this is what sometimes happens in my house.
Because kale is a hot commodity and because I don’t get to the grocery store on a daily basis (who does?), I try to keep kale on ... read more →
Posted on February 12, 2009
Here’s a quick Valentine’s Day recipe round up for all you procrastinating sweethearts out there (myself included).
Gluten Free Valentine’s Day Recipes
♥ Chocolate Chili Truffles ♥
Spice up your love life with these little vegan treats.
♥ Chocolate Covered Cherries ♥
Every bit as sweet and delicious as the store bought fare, sans the sugar and artificial ingredients.
♥ Double Chocolate Mocha Cookies ♥
Decadent and guilt-free cookies made with agave nectar and espresso, need I say more?
♥ German ... read more →
Posted on November 4, 2008
Healthy organic truffles are not only easy to make, they are bursting with flavor in every bite. In addition, these little treats are power packed with nutrients. And on top of that? My family has been devouring them.
The boys have been taking them to school in their lunches and yesterday I sent my father a package of the chocolate prune truffles (including a couple of these as well). Hi Dad! Hope you are enjoying the truffles :-)
Chocolate Orange Truffles
printer ... read more →
Posted on August 22, 2008
Zucchini overload? I have the answer for you. Zucchini carpaccio. My husband loves this dish. I make it every summer just about this time when we are in zucchini overwhelm. It is quick and easy to make, with somewhat elegant results. And you don’t need fancy equipment (no mandolins used here) just a sharp knife and decent cutting skills.
Here in zucchini-land we are enjoying the last days of summer vacation. The boys have ... read more →
Posted on February 26, 2008
For some reason, I can’t get out of my winter funk. We’ve had a few beautiful sunny days, yet I still feel as though I need to go into a small cave and hibernate. I feel such a stunting of my creativity during these dark days (we’ve had a lot more dreary ones than sunny) and a complete lack of drive. I think part of it is all of the illnesses that my family has been through during the ... read more →
Posted on October 7, 2007
With just a few basic healthy ingredients, this homemade chai is easy, delicious and inexpensive.
Today was the first day since June that I did not wear my flip flops. That means only one thing: the cold weather is here.
Although yesterday was warm and sunny, today we will dip down to a low of 35 degrees! For me, this chilly weather calls for one of my favorite beverages: homemade chai. With just a few basic ingredients, this recipe is ... read more →