I'm asked pretty frequently what my favorite types of almond flour are, why I use it, is it different than almond meal, et cetera. So, if you want to learn more about almond flour, check out this post I did!
If you can still find asparagus in your market, this Korean Beef Wrapped Asparagus would be a great appetizer for the big game tomorrow! This easy starter is full of bold flavors and is sure to impress your guests.
Need a last minute dessert for the big game tomorrow? My Real Deal Chocolate Chip Cookies are a great option! You can even kick them up a notch by serving them with a scoop of dairy-free vanilla ice cream for a little ice cream sandwich!
I realized there were so many recipes in both of my books, but especially Meals Made Simple, that were Whole30 compliant to start out with, or would be compliant with a few slight modifications, so I put together a blog post with notes on each week on how to prepare them if you're on a Whole30 challenge! Enjoy!
These Brownies are straight from my first book, Against all Grain! They're dense like a brownie, but with the moist crumb of a chocolate sheet cake. And there’s 3 types of chocolate in these, so get ready for a deep rich dark chocolate flavor. My favorite way to eat these is warm with a big scoop of vanilla coconut milk ice cream and drizzled with warm caramel and fudge sauce (pages 288 & 290). These would make an incredible addition to your Super Bowl spread!
I'm always a huge fan of baked eggs and this Breakfast Pizza is right up my alley! It's rich and delicious with a hint of saltiness from the bacon. I can tolerate some grass-fed cheese, but if you can't, simply omit it!
I love serving some sort of chips and dip at parties and this Pico de Gallo and Avocado Crema Salsa with my Grain-Free Tortilla Chips are the perfect combo! The chip recipe can be found in my first book, Against all Grain.
These Sweet & Sour Meatballs are always such a perfect game-day snack because you can make them in the morning and then keep them warm in the crock pot during the game. No need to have the oven or stove on, or worse – eat cold food that has been sitting out all afternoon! You can make these with any ground meat you choose – I prefer beef but chicken or pork would taste really good as well.
I find I grow so tired of eggs and bacon for breakfast so one morning I got a little creative and threw together a pizza-inspired frittata. It's full of Applegate pepperoni, fresh tomatoes, mushrooms, and spinach.
These are a great appetizer option for the big game! Crab stuffed mushrooms are always a favorite of mine at parties. They give off an air of sophistication, but they’re really simple to make. Crab is still in season here in California, so I stuffed these with a combination of rich claw and lump meat . You can use sausage as well if you’d like.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth but don’t want to feel guilty indulging, then these muffins are for you! These Chocolate Zucchini Muffins are moist and fluffy, plus they’re nut-free! I usually make a big batch of mini muffins and freeze some of them for easy breakfasts on the go.
NY Times Bestselling Author, Danielle Walker provides gluten/grain/lactose/refined sugar free recipes! www.againstallgrain.com
Author of the New York Times Best Selling cookbook Against all Grain,
Danielle Walker provides recipes that are grain-free, refined
sugar-free, and lactose-free. Perfect for Paleo, Gluten-Free, SCD, and