Matcha Mug Cake
You’re less than ten minutes away from a scrumptious, grain-free matcha mug cake! It’s paleo friendly, dairy free, and sweetened with honey or maple syrup.
Mexican Almond Pulp Brownies
These grain-free, paleo-friendly Mexican almond pulp brownies are a delicious way to use up almond pulp and satisfy chocolate cravings at the same time.
Salted Chocolate Chip Hazelnut Cookies
Nutella Coffee Cake + Paleo Nutella
I’m sharing a recipe for nutella coffee cake with homemade paleo nutella over on the Healthy Aperture blog this week!
I had to turn in the post a while ago, so it’s been over a month since I actually ate the cake, and now I REALLY want some. I can barely focus enough to write this little blurb because I am desperate to get up, go to the kitchen, and make it again. The sweet, vanilla-scented cake has huge swirls of dark, rich nutella, and the combination is totally addictive.
Here are five reasons you should be making nutella coffee cake right now:
Mocha Pistachio Ice Cream (Dairy Free, Coconut Free)
Fried Banana Brownie Cake with Honey Whipped Cream
It was my birthday on Saturday, and I had an amazing day. I started the morning by opening the present Ben got for me, which was a Kitchen Aid stand mixer! I’ve wanted one for years, and finally feel like I count as a real food blogger now that I own one. I haven’t used it yet because I have need to clear a special spot for it in the kitchen, but I’ve been peering into the box every few hours and just kind of smiling at it. After opening my mixer, I met up with a friend to go for a run, and then went home and moved a bunch of furniture and hung pictures with Ben. (Our landlords have been renovating our apartment, so we have a lot of rearranging to do. One secret about me is that I love organizing things around the house, even though I put it off like crazy and almost never do it. I am not at all sure why I dread it so much, because once I get started I really enjoy it. So, oddly enough, moving furniture and hanging pictures was one of my favorite parts of the day.)
My mom, Ben, and I went to dbar for dinner, which is within walking distance of our apartment and is one of my favorite restaurants ever. Pro tip: it starts gradually turning into a nightclub around 10 pm on Friday and Saturday. I’ve never been able to convince anyone to stay with me for that phase, but we got to witness the beginning of the transformation last night: one of the waiters walked by, casually pushed a button on his bracelet, and made a screen drop from the ceiling. No big deal.
Chocolate for Breakfast: Ghirardelli Intense Dark 72%
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and also my favorite. Today I’m sharing how to make Ghirardelli Intense Dark 72% chocolate part of a complete breakfast. Don’t tell me chocolate for breakfast is strange–I promise that if you love chocolate at night, you’ll love it even more in the morning.
Do you remember those cereal ads that used to run in the nineties during kids’ shows–the ones that always said the cereal being advertised was “part of this complete breakfast?” I never considered cereal a meal, even as a kid, and I always wondered: what ELSE is part of this complete breakfast?