This is easily one of my favorite recipes. When I first made this for a dinner party, with only myself being on SCD, everyone enjoyed it. I then proceeded to eat a slice for breakfast every single morning until it was gone. While I know some of these ingredients are pricey, it's worth every penny.… Continue reading Dirty Banana Cheese Cake (Tweak)
Over the weekend my boyfriend and I hosted a little dinner and we used this sauce to glaze our chicken as it baked. We also used the remaining portion as a sauce to dip the chicken in. It's really delicious. I believe you can sub out a decent variety of fruits for the apricots such… Continue reading Apricot Sauce
Apples are not only low-histamine, but they are also considered anti-inflammatory. These can be used as a snack alone, on top of some homemade yogurt, or as a breakfast side - eggs, pancakes. You could also cook these most of the way and top with a grain-free, gluten-free rolled out pie crust and pop in… Continue reading Apple Hash-browns (SCD/Low-Histamine)
In preparation for coming off of prednisone and trying to stay off of biologics, I'm keeping it very simply SCD and low-histamine until I get my results back from my LEAP/MRT food sensitivity blood-work that I intend to get done on July 26th. So, I threw this together as a trial run, and it's really… Continue reading Zucchini Fritters (SCD/Low-Histamine)
I used 1/2 cranberry and 1/2 peach for one (pic) and strawberries and cherries as my fruit for the other. I also added 1 tbsp of gelatin before removing from heat. If using frozen, thaw for a bit first or you may find your simmer time much longer (more liquid).
I cannot fully express how happy I am to have anything that even remotely hints towards the chocolate flavor that I so very much miss and crave. If you're on SCD and are a recovering chocolate junkie, please immediately drop whatever it is that you are doing and make this recipe because your life is… Continue reading “Chocolate” Syrup (Review)
I made thisB a while ago and it is still fresh. I eat it as a crunchy snack in between meals. It definitely fills the crunchy cereal void, though it did not hold up very well with almond milk add in. You will need almond flour, pecan flour, coconut flour, baking soda, cinnamon, salt, milk,… Continue reading Grain Free Nut Crunch Cereal (Review)
I love this bread.B I have been eating it for monthsB nowB and intend to make some more soon. It freezes very well and thaws easily. I prefer it toasted, though. You will need eggs, milk, vinegar, cashews, coconut flour, baking soda, and salt.B The original recipe is located here. Please give a visit to… Continue reading Blender Bread (Review)
This is a delicious alternative to a dairy-based frozen yogurt.