Grain Free Wild Blueberry Muffins (Gluten, Dairy, Refined Sugar Free)

A healthy breakfast to jump start your morning.  These gluten free, grain free, refined sugar free muffins are loaded with wild blueberries.  Add this healthy treat to your morning routine.

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Gluten Free Baked Chocolate Donut Holes (Dairy Free)

Soft, gluten free chocolate donut holes, munchkins, are filled with a healthy hit of avocado, baked to perfection, and tossed in powdered sugar.  Do gluten free munchkins exist? 

Yes. Yes they do.

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Gluten Free Blueberry Crumb Bars (Dairy & Egg Free)

Blueberries are one of my favorite fruits.  Around this time of year, when the winter weather begins to subside (hopefully) and the warmer days of spring emerge, I begin to think about blueberries and look forward to July.  July in Jersey is prime time blueberry picking.  There is nothing quite like fresh, ripe blueberries plucked right from bush.  They are simply amazing
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Gluten Free Roasted Cauliflower Couscous Chicken Caprese Salad

Cauliflower is my favorite vegetable.  There’s simply no contest.  I am amazed at its versatility.  It is so much more than just a bunch of boiled white florets.  Cauliflower puree is nothing short of luxurious and is the perfect bed for a perfectly grilled steak.  Roasted cauliflower tossed in parmesan cheese and herbs is a snack-able treat.  Pureed cauliflower serves as a perfect and healthy base to any cream soup.  Pizza crust.  Breadsticks.  Cauliflower rice.  The possibilities are endless.

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Bruschetta

My garden is growing well.   It’s not all pretty or terribly organized or free of weeds, but it is growing.  Lacinato kale, basil, and green beans have been reliable producers (and have been oh so delicious this year).  I have an out-of-control spaghetti squash plant that has affixed itself to my air conditioning unit.  There are the beginnings of several watermelon (which seem really late to me).  And, finally, my tomato plants.  Well, they are out of control.  The tomato bed looks like an untamed jungle.  There are plenty of green tomatoes waiting to ripen and once they do (likely all at the same time), I will be inundated with these delicious gems.

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