Pumpkin Spice Mug Cake

Five-Minute Pumpkin Spice Mug Cake (with Coconut Flour)

  Post by contributor Alexandra Maul of Made to Glow I love pancakes. I love pumpkin pancakes (like these Flourless Pumpkin Pancakes), but sometimes it’s fun to switch it up. A pumpkin mug cake is the perfect single-serving, quick-cooking, little pancake! Recently, I’ve had some stomach issues (SIBO and the like), and have been on a healing… 

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carrot soup

Creamy Carrot Soup with Browned Cumin Butter Recipe

This soup was born from the good intentions of my husband. He went and checked out the local farmer’s market in our new area on his way home, as per my request. He saw a gigantic bag of “seconds” carrots for five dollars (probably about 40lbs of carrots!) and came carrying it into the house… 

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pumpkin spice cake with maple cream cheese frosting

Pumpkin Spice Cake Recipe with Maple Cream Cheese Frosting

Post by contributor, Jamie Larrison of How to Just About Anything It seems like once September hits, the pumpkin floodgates are thrown open.  Pumpkin-scented, flavored and colored everything can be found almost everywhere. And while it may seem like overkill to have yet another pumpkin recipe, trust me on this. These taste delicious! Even my… 

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knifeskills

Essential Knife Skills Every Real Foodie Needs (I Had No Idea I Was Doing it All Wrong!)

Can I just tell you how grateful I am to still have all ten of my fingers intact? I’ve been cooking since I was a little twig of a girl sometime in late elementary, and yet I’ve been using a knife wrong for all of those years. I recently learned some professional knife skills from… 

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coughsyrup

Homemade Cough & Cold Syrup Recipe

I have already shared my nine Natural Homemade Cough and Cold Remedies, and promised to post my recipe for homemade cough and cold syrup. I’ve made this before, and it’s easy-peasy. I can testify that it works well in soothing a throat that is irritated from coughing. Our whole family has used it throughout the… 

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Quick & Nourishing Japanese Soup

Post by contributor Naomi of Almost Bananas As the weather cools down, comfort foods take a more prominent place. Many of us have memories of roasting casseroles or piping hot bowls of soup. My Japanese father would often make quick soups for lunch during the cooler months. I can see him sitting at the table… 

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CoconutMilkSmoothie

Customizable Coconut Milk Smoothie: Rich in Healthy Fats to Curb the Munchies

As I mentioned recently, we’re doing a Whole30. We aren’t very good at it, though, and are breaking a lot of rules. I am doing a luscious blended coffee concoction with coconut oil in the mornings that I am quickly becoming quite romantically attached to. I puffy-heart-love it. (I’m such a rebel. And by rebel… 

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5 Easy Ways to Introduce Herbs Into Your Life

[Guest post by Angela of Mama Rosemary. Take a moment to check out her site - it's a wealth of information!] Are you curious about herbal medicine and all it has to offer yet perhaps you don’t know where to start?  Here are 5 easy and fun ways to introduce herbs into your life. 1…. 

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World's Best Lacto-Fermented Garlic Dill Pickles

World’s Best Lacto-Fermented Garlic Dill Pickles

Growing up, my mom’s homemade dill pickles were always kind of famous. And dill pickles were kind of a big deal for Old Colony Mennonites growing up in Canada. They’re a key element in faspa, the meal you serve your guests on late Sunday afternoons (a spread of homemade buns and condiments like jam and… 

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