There is nothing more American than Apple Pie, and getting through 4th of July on the MRT/Leap Food Sensitivity Elimination Diet can leave you feeling less than celebratory at the moment. Fear not, my daughter is back in the kitchen and whipped up an apple pie inspired granola using only MRT tested ingredients, so you can have that cinnamon, sweet crunch in your yogurt or fruit bowl.
My sweet girl loves to tinker with recipes or figure out how to create something she has seen before. In honor of spring finally arriving in the south, with warmer temperatures and sunshine, she decided to modify one of my recipes to create a healthy spring treat
I couldn't be the only person in the history of MRT/Leap elimination diets to need something snack-y, so I got to work making a series of recipes using only the 170 MRT/Leap Tested Foods. My current mood called for something that tasted like chocolate and Chocolate Haystack Bars were born!
The cozy scents of fall - toasted walnuts, pumpkin, nutmeg and cloves - immediately draws me into the kitchen, wanting to cook and bake more frequently, but often coming up short on time.
If you have been searching for a gluten-free okra that still has the crunchy texture and flavor of Grandma's okra, and smells like a family reunion - search no more. After years of throwing together this and that and never writing anything down, I finally settled on the perfect combination of texture and sweet flavor that makes this Reunion Fried Okra 2.0 a family favorite.
Friday nights somehow lend themselves to pizza and a movie – a chance to unwind from a long week, and rest up before the weekend’s kids activities, honey-do lists, and exploring begins.