Tag Archives | Dessert

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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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 {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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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 […]

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