Deliciously Nourished Recipes

Reignite your LOVE of Food 

Paleo Battered Shrimp Jicama Tacos with Dill Slaw 

8-minute delicious low-carb Paleo Shrimp tacos are simple and great for parties too. Get the recipe HERE






Zippy Zoodles Zucchini “Noodles with Dairy-free Pesto

Zoodles (zucchini noodles) are ready to make and eat in less than 10 minutes. Kid-approved and fun to make. An amazing noodle alternative that’s simple to digest, won’t weigh you down and packed with phytonutrients and trace minerals like manganese. Get Recipe HERE




 Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Goat Cheese    This is one of my favorite go-to holiday appetizer.  This recipe is always a HUGE hit and also very versatile. You can change the cheese to blue cheese or Manchego or add an almond inside for your dairy-free guests. When fresh figs are in season, I use them as a  substitute. You can also mix things up by using pancetta or sliced prosciutto too. Click HERE





 My Favorite Paleo & Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes

Skip the guilt, bloat and brain fog this year! Upgrade your Thanksgiving recipes with dishes that will leave you feeling nourished and deliciously satisfied.

                           Get the recipes HERE



frothy cacaoCreamy Cacao Delight 

No need to miss your morning coffee ritual. Try this superfood upgrade instead. Loaded with superfoods like raw cacao and virgin coconut oil – even guarana if you need a caffeine kick. Jumpstarts metabolism- curbs cravings and satiates your need for a comforting morning ritual.  Get the recipe HERE


  Bacon-braised Brussels Sprouts 

Holiday favorite that even your kiddos will devour. Loaded with antioxidants and natural sulfur compounds to help your body get rid of toxins, even alcohol.  Get the recipe HERE 



 Butternut Squash Curry

A delicious and belly warming fall/winter dish.

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  Coconut Ginger Beef Stew

Quick, hearty beef stew that will please even the pickiest of eaters. Get the recipes HERE





  Easy, Delicious “Beginner” Kale Recip

This recipe is great for first-time kale eaters or for people who are convinced that they don’t like the taste of kale. It’s simple to make, nutritious, and masks the sometimes, over-powering taste of kale. Get the recipe HERE