What says “Thanksgiving” better than pumpkins, cranberries and pecans? OK, maybe turkey, but this combo of fruit and squash and nuts makes an excellent co-star to the big name on the table. Usually I don’t recommend eating anything with the dreaded “white combo” of flour + sugar. But in this case, the nutritive benefits of cranberries […]

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When you decide to eliminate certain foods from your diet, such as white flour, dairy products and sugar, there’s no need to give up satisfying, delicious food. Case in point? This hearty gluten-free and low-carb Eggs Benedict breakfast featuring cauliflower cakes topped with avocados, lactose-free cheese, eggs and green chile sauce. Because the cauliflower cakes […]

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Are you looking for a bread recipe that uses zucchini but isn’t sweet? Then this is it! Moist, cheesy, crunchy on the outside and perfect as a go-with for soup, chili or any casserole, this recipe is one of my favorite ways to use an excess of zucchini. This bread is also yummy for breakfast.

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Zucchini bread may sound healthy, but other than the nutritional value of the veggie, it doesn’t have any fewer calories or fat content than any other type of sweet bread. Still, it’s quite yummy – especially with the addition of chocolate chips. Zucchini Bread 3 cups flour ¼ teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda […]

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When you need a little something to fuel your Black Friday shopping, try making these homemade cinnamon rolls the night before (or even several days earlier and store them in the freezer until ready to thaw). My recipe for cinnamon rolls simply uses a basic sweet roll recipe that is spread with lots of butter, […]

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This is a recipe I found online some many years ago and used one Thanksgiving as a spicy, Southwestern stuffing that was perfect to show my New Mexican heritage. If you want something a lot on the different side to stuff in your Thanksgiving turkey this year, this recipe fits the bill! This is the […]

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I’ve shared a recipe or two using the new corn/flour tortillas I’ve found at my local grocery store such as this one for Lite Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas. Rather than buy another package, I decided to use the blue corn meal I had on hand to make my own version of these tortillas. Here’s what […]

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