Showing posts from 2019

SCD Lemon Coconut Cookies

Welcome back to my blog, I have not posted a new recipe if a little while, but I am back, and I am prepared to blow of the roof with my new amazing SCD Lemon Coconut Cookies!!!! This recipe is full of that awesome lemon flavor, and is a great snack for school, which is starting up soon! Speaking of which, I will soon be coming out with a new post talking about school for children with IBD, and of course, lunches!! Enjoy RECIPE SCD Lemon coconut cookies Ready in 20 minutes Yields 13 cookies Ingredients ½ cup unsweetened shredded coconut 1 and a half cup of almond flour 3 teaspoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon fresh lemon zest 3 tablespoons honey Half a teaspoon of baking powder 10 teaspoons of almond milk Preparation In a large bowl combine almond flour,and baking powder, and mix until well combined In a separate smaller bowl mix together lemon zest, and lemon juice, and honey In the small bowl with your lemon, once combined

Easy SCD Maple Candies

Do you ever feel like you just want a hard candy to suck on ? If you do, but are on the SCD diet, options can be limiting, so here is a delicious candy, that I hope you enjoy! RECIPE SCD Maple Candies Ready in 2 hours Yields 18 hard candies Ingredients 2 cups pure Maple syrup Preparation In a large pot, put maple syrup on high to boil until it is bubbling, and stir continuously Put in your candy thermometer, and cook until it reaches 275 degrees Fahrenheit, and then remove from stove, all the while mixing. Pour the syrup into a glass bowl, with a spout, and continue to mix Pour the syrup (which is hot so be careful) into your molds Let it sit at room temperature for 15 minutes Put into fridge for 5 minutes Pop out of the molds and enjoy! Tips If you cook it for too long, it's not the end of the world, it will just have a different consistency. Thanks for reading, and of course I hope you enjoyed making these candies, and of

Recipes that I love

I love to come up with my own recipes, but I also love to try out other peoples amazing creations! Here is a list of all of my favorite food that I have made, that was created by other people! Seasoned fries (from against all grain) Strawberry shortcake cupcakes (from against all grain) peanut butter cookies (from happy gut for life) As I continue to explore more recipes, I will continue to add more and more yuuuummmmmmm recipes to this list!

My SCD Coconut Fruit Popsicle

Do you ever just need that yummy, cold treat for a summers day? Well I certainly do! Most Popsicle's nowadays that you can buy at a grocery store contain a ton of refined sugars, and so I decided that I should come up with a sweet cold treat that is sugar free! Enjoy! These Popsicle's are very addicting, and they are healthy!

Gut friendly Coconut, chocolate Cookie bar

Today I was looking through my pantry, and found some coconut! I love coconut so much! My special friend The baking Angel Was visiting with me today, and we love to bake together , so we decided to bake these new and exciting cookies! Enjoy RECIPE Coconut, chocolate cookie bar Ready in 5 hours Yields 42 bars Ingredients 2 cups coconut flour 1 tsp baking soda 3 eggs ½ cup unsweetened shredded coconut ⅔  cup almond or coconut milk 1 cup water ¼ cup SCD friendly shortening Here 1 cup unsweetened melting chocolate Preparation Preheat oven to 350 degrees In a large bowl, combine eggs, and flour Next add in almond or coconut milk Add in shortening and combine well Fold in shredded coconut Place parchment paper on baking sheet Place in 1 inch balls on baking sheet flatten balls Cook for 25 minuets Take out and let cool Meanwhile, in a double boiler, use the bottom pot to boil water In the top pot, add 1 cup

My Best Recipes, and where to find them!

The first recipe is very warm and comforting, while also cool and exciting! what could it be??? Gut friendly Chia Tea Popsicle's! Gut friendly Chia tea Popsicle's These (non) sweet treats are lots of fun to make, and taste great, for the comfort of Chia tea all year round!

SCD, gut friendly Chai Tea Popsicle's

There are Certain things that come in winter, that I miss when it is summer! Such as cozy, warm, Chai tea! I also find it odd to have such a warm drink, when it is burning hot outside! Craving Chai tea+ Hot outside = Chia Tea Popsicle's Enjoy RECIPE SCD, Gut friendly Chai Tea Popsicle's  Ready in 3 hours Serves 8 people Ingredients Water (boiled) Chai spice tea (Preferably an SCD friendly one of your choice)  Coconut, almond, cashew, or cows milk  Tools Needed For this recipe you will need  a Popsicle mold Preparation First, get your Popsicle mold, and fill it ⅓ full of your choice of milk! Next put it in the freezer for 1 hour While in the freezer boil about 2 cups of water Steep the chai tea, with 2 tea back for extra strength Let your tea cool completely outside of the fridge Pour the tea into the remaining area of the Popsicle mold Put the mold into the freezer for 2 hours

My favorite Gut Friendly Banana bread

The other day, I was idle, and wasn't sure what to do, so I went into the kitchen, and found a large amount of very ripe bananas! Banana bread is super yummy, especially straight out of the oven smothered in butter! Today I thought that I would show you how to make my favorite SCD, gluten free, sugar free, lactose free, banana bread! RECIPE SCD Banana bread Ready in  45 mins Serves 6 people, or 1 very greedy person Ingredients 3 eggs 2 ripe banana's 3/4 cup unbleached almond flour ⅓ cup coconut flour ¾ teaspoon baking soda ½ teaspoon vanilla extract Preparation Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Grease a 9x5 inch loaf pan with oil and set aside In a medium bowl, with an electric mixer, mix together the bananas, vanilla, and eggs, until well combined In a separate bowl, with a fork, whisk together coconut flour, almond flour, and baking soda. Combine the wet and dry into the wet bowl, and whisk until well combined. Scoop the mixtur

Tips for dealing with IBD in a teen

Being a teen with IBD can be hard. how do I know? Well, I am a teen with IBD.  I am very lucky to live in a place with lots of doctors who specialize in IBD, and so I am extremely grateful. While there is no cure yet, I am hopeful that in my lifetime there will be. I am very grateful as well for my family, because they are my greatest supporters! This last year, I had 4 hospital over night stays. I also had about a hundred doctors appointments! These are some tips I learned along the way, so if you are a teen with IBD, or are in the hospital, these will hopefully help you! Tips for being in a better head space Know that it will get better have items or people that make you happy around you love yourself trust your GUT speak for yourself, stand up for what you want show that IBD who's boss make the most of spending time with the people that you love don't let your mental health come last, it comes first Trust!  love! laugh! live! I hope that at least one