Have you ever tried making your own sausages? It’s actually pretty simple, and considering how much crap (literally) is in most store bought sausages, not to mention that most brands contain upwards of 50% fat, it’s nice to have a healthy alternative! I’ve been dreaming about Jules Clancy’s “Magic Sausage Supper” ever since I saw it over on The Stone Soup’s food blog — if you have never visited this blog before, I highly recommend it – so many goodies! When I first saw this recipe, Cam and I were in the middle of a detox…and no, meat was not on the “allowed foods” list, which is probably why I was drooling over recipes like this! I finally got around to trying her recipe the other day (OMG – so good!). The only real thing I did different, was I decided to make my own sausages instead of using store bought ones, and since they turned out so yummy, I thought I should probably share my recipe with you! These are grain-free, gluten-free, dairy free, egg free, paleo approved and oh, so tasty! Continue reading
I made this spicy warm salad for lunch today since I was in a hurry and had less than 15 minutes to whip something together, so this recipe is super quick and simple, but equally as tasty and nutritious.
This is a little twist the standard guacamole recipes I’ve tried before… I’ve been loving the flavor that grilling adds to veggies, meats, fruits — anything really! So the thought came to my mind, why not Guac? Now, I oven grilled the ingredients for my recipe, however, you could also use a large non-stick pan to do the same, just make sure it’s got a little olive oil on it, and is on medium-high heat before you place your veggies on… you want them to get almost burnt. This is super easy to make – give it a try and let me know what you think! Continue reading
I woke to one of the most beautiful summer days… not a cloud in the sky. It’s Waitangi Day today, which to me means the day off and the perfect weather for a BBQ feast! The marinades for both the veggies and chicken were superb – the flavors were sooo good! I’m a little embarrassed to admit it, but Cam and I ate this entire barbecue feast, as well as some leftover Creamed Cashew Cauliflower Rice (it was delicious served cold!). I will definitely be making both of these again – they were that good.
All I’m gonna say is, this dinner is a winner. The great thing about this recipe, is you can change the spice, nuts, and stuffing to whatever you’d like – this however, was pretty darn good. Here’s the recipe: