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Energy Bites made with nuts and dates #Paleo | RealFoodCarolyn

Energy Bites – Easy & Paleo

Need a tasty little treat that’s gluten-free, dairy-free and free of refined sugar? Try my Energy Bites made with nuts, coconut & dates! You’ll probably have these simple ingredients on-hand in your REAL FOOD kitchen. Here’s a quick list and also some suggestions on equipment. Gather These Ingredients to Make Energy Bites Dried dates, organic […]

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Gluten-Free / Grain-Free Baking Workshop

GLUTEN-FREE / GRAIN-FREE BAKING WORKSHOP This workshop will help you get started with gluten-free and grain-free baking! Includes techniques, flour blends, tips, recipes and tastings. Friday, November 22 10:30am to 12:30pm Atherton Market at SouthEnd 2104 South Boulevard, Charlotte The cost is $20 per person and pre-registration is necessary. To register: Email info@NourishingCharlotte.com with “GF/GF Baking Workshop” in the […]

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Pillow Cookies | RealFoodCarolyn

Pillow Cookies {Paleo}

How to describe these tasty Paleo cookies made with almond flour, coconut flour, toasted coconut, and chocolate …. hmmm. Chewy? Not so much. Fluffy? Not really. Pillow-y? Yes, that’s it. Behold the *Pillow* Cookies! Wonderful little two-bite-sized nuggets of grain-free goodness. The recipe is also dairy-free but you could certainly substitute grass-fed butter for the coconut […]

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Paleo Pumpkin Pecan Bites | RealFoodCarolyn

Paleo Pumpkin Pecan Bites

It’s Fall, y’all! Time for mums & pansies, long cool walks, raking leaves, and baking yummy pumpkin-y goodies! My Paleo Pumpkin Pecan Bites recipe is simple and quick … a great treat to bring the flavors of the season into your kitchen without a lot of fuss. No elaborate techniques and no gluten, dairy or […]

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Fresh Figs ~ Four Ways | Real Food Carolyn

Fresh Figs ~ Four Ways

Fresh figs take me STRAIGHT back to my childhood in the lowcountry of South Carolina. Our mini-homestead included pear trees, grapevines, chickens, ducks, a ginormous garden, and two beautiful fig trees. Each summer, as the figs began to ripen, my dad would fight to keep the birds from consuming the fruit and, later, my mom […]

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