I’ve been secretly busy behind the scenes, and I’m quite happy that I can finally say what it is that I’ve been up to! Yep! It’s another eBook, and this one is called Grain-Free Simple Sweets!
I’ve partnered with recipe master (mistress? whatever…), Ashley Thomas of My Heart Beets. And if you don’t already know, this girl knows her way around the kitchen! Ashley is awesome at whipping together ‘fancy’ dishes (you MUST check out Ashley’s butter chicken, or heck, any of her Indian food dishes), but she can also do simple, yet very delicious. Together, Ashley and I have put together over 30 recipes for simple sweet treats that you can make at home – all made with five ingredients or less!
If you’re new to the Paleo grain-free lifestyle, you’ll know how hard it can be to make the adjustment and leave behind the processed food and sweets. When the craving hits, sometimes you kind of wish you had a little something… but what? Thankfully, this ebook is just the answer, as you can enjoy refined-sugar-free sweets that are really easy to make and help indulge that craving, but in a much healthier, guilt-free way.
It is FINALLY here! This book: We Can ALL Scream For Ice Cream. This is just a ‘little’ book project that I’ve been working with Jennifer of Predominantly Paleo to put together. We thought ,”Hey, fun! Ice cream! Easy peasy!” And while it has been fun, it’s been quite the learning curve of getting together an eBook for the first time! If you’d like to win your very own copy of We Can ALL Scream For Ice Cream head on down to the Rafflecopter widget at the bottom of the post!
Vegan, Paleo, and AIP-friendly Ice Cream for you, for me, for everyone!
What makes this eBook different? Well, for very selfish reasons, the recipes in this book are free of the top 8 food allergens, making them: dairy-free, nut-free and egg-free. (All the things that often make a good ice cream… well, good!). As I’ve mentioned before in the blog, I follow a Paleo Autoimmune Diet (AIP) – that essentially means I don’t eat dairy, eggs or nuts, but I also don’t eat grains, legumes, nightshades and seeds. According to the guidelines for the Autoimmune Diet put out by Dr. Sarah Ballantyne (aka The Paleo Mom) in her book The Paleo Approach, those of us who follow the AIP diet also need to watch our fructose intake. Too much fructose can be inflammatory and trigger an autoimmune reaction, so Sarah recommends that if you’re following the AIP diet, you should keep your fructose consumption under 20g per day. With that in mind, Jennifer and I made sure that our book was suitable for AIP by including the amount of fructose per serving of each recipe in the book. So, if you’re AIP, you can make an informed decision and go-ahead and eat the ice cream if you want ;) The book is perfect for families where different loved ones have different food-restrictions too!
This post contains affiliate links, which means I will get paid a small commission if you make a purchase using my link. It doesn’t affect the price you pay, and I whole-heartedly believe that this bundle is a great deal and would be helpful to you, especially if you’re interested in learning more about eating a grain-free, paleo diet, or following the Autoimmune Protocol.
Every once in a while, a great deal comes along for some excellent reading, recipes and meal plans, and when that happens I feel obligated to share! This time around, it’s The Primal Life Kit – 49 Paleo & Primal Products + 14 discounts for only $39.
If you’ve read some of my past posts, you’ll know that I personally follow the Autoimmune Paleo protocol (AIP), in an effort to reduce my own chronic inflammation issues, and if you too are interested in using a dietary approach for chronic issues such as eczema, psoriasis, arthritis and more, it would be worth purchasing this bundle for just the 4 books about autoimmune and inflammation, and the 3 research papers by Dr. Loren Cordain – these 7 items have a value of over $150, never mind the rest of the Primal Life Kit!
I was given a copy of The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook by Mickey Trescott for review purposes, but I only endorse quality products that I believe will have a benefit to my readers. This post contains affiliate links, which means I will get paid a small commission if you make a purchase using my link, however it doesn’t affect the price you pay.
This post contains affiliate links, which means I will get paid a small commission if you make a purchase using my link. It doesnât affect the price you pay, and IÂ wholeheartedly believe that this eBook would be of value to those looking into trying to improve their health through diet changes.
Iâve had the good fortune of receiving a review copy of the new eBook 3 Phase Paleo by Stacy Toth and Matthew McCarry, aka the Paleo Parents â who also happen to be the bestselling authors of two very excellent books: Eat Like a Dinosaur and Beyond Bacon. (Seriously, if youâve got a child who has food allergies and/or must eat a restricted, processed-food-free diet, I highly recommend Eat Like a Dinosaur. The illustrations, back-story and explanations were perfect for explaining to my son why he canât eat certain foods).