4th of July around here mean the cots are ready to come off the tree! Ingredients: Filling 4-6 cups of pitted, sliced fresh Apricots. Ours are the Blenheim variety ~ a local specialty. 2 cups THRIVE Blackberries – reconstituted 3 tbsp Coconut Oil – melted 1/4 cup Sugar Free Maple Syrup or THRIVE Honey Crystals … Continue reading
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My search continues…finding more ways to use the zucchini from the garden! These muffins turn out light, fluffy and golden brown…. Ingredients: 1. 3 cups Almond Flour 2. 3 tsp THRIVE Baking Soda 3. 1/2 tsp THRIVE Salt 4. 3 tsp Cinnamon 5. 2 cups grated Zucchini fresh from the garden – excess water … Continue reading
The Great Summer Zucchini Challenge is on! The zucchini’s are coming off at a furious pace and now I’m trying every creative way I can think of to use them up before they take over! This recipe is super easy…pretty much throw everything together in a baking dish and in the oven it goes…. Ingredients: … Continue reading
Here’s the done deal! Served with my favorite store bought brand of salsa – Casa Sanchez Mild Salsa Roja. No tortilla chips required!
Dehydrating Zucchini was a new discovery for me last summer. I can’t eat chips, tortilla chips i.e. with so dehydrated Zucchini Chips turned out to be a real boon for me. It’s my new favorite thing to have with salsa! and so good for you too! Marinade: 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice – I used … Continue reading
Ingredients: 3 and 1/4 cups Almond Flour 1 tsp THRIVE Salt 1 tsp THRIVE Baking Soda 2 Eggs, room temp or THRIVE Whole Egg Powder – reconstituted 1 tsp Vanilla 1/2 cup Honey or THRIVE Honey Crystals – reconstituted or I used this time Vermont Sugar-Free Maple Syrup because I was out of THRIVE Honey … Continue reading
Admittedly this is my first time ever making Tilapia. I’ve eaten all kinds of fish but never tried this one. Was very happy with how it turned out and would probably make it again. I did have an ulterior motive for wanting to try Tilapia. I’ve recently become interested in Aquaponics. Aquaponics takes the best … Continue reading