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25 Grain Free Desserts (and a Chocolate Truffle Recipe)by  

By Stacy K., Contributing Writer Over the past few months I have been working toward eliminating grains from my diet. I haven't felt this good in quite some time. While going grain free may not be for everyone, I am... Read More

Naturally-Sweetened Homemade Marshmallows {A Fun Holiday Treat}by  

By Mindy, Contributing Writer Homemade Marshmallows are one of those things that sound so elusive to most people. I mean, who makes their own marshmallows? Only crazy people, right? Well, what if I told you that you can make homemade... Read More

This Christmas, Give the Gift of Nutrition Through Fermentation {plus Free Printables!}by  

By Diana, Contributing Writer I can't believe it's been a week since Thanksgiving.  I had a wonderful time planning and preparing a real food feast for my family and friends. I spent two days in preparation that included a slow... Read More

No-Bake Pumpkin Seed Chewy Granola Barsby  

By Brandy, Contributing Writer I needed to come up with a new granola bar recipe that was both wheat-free AND rice free since my son is allergic to both.  And since I usually make my favorite granola bars with crispy... Read More

8 Ways to Enjoy Holiday Meals Without the Junkby  

By Kate, Contributing Writer Thanksgiving's coming--really, really soon!  And after Thanksgiving we have an onslaught of holiday festivities that will last until we begin 2013.  What we find at these festivities, in whatever form they take is...food. Lots and lots... Read More

Real Food Substitutions and No-Bake Cookie Dough Balls {a perfect holiday treat}by  

Written by Rachel Marie, Contributing Writer I'm always on the look out for natural alternatives and healthy recipes, and I'm sure you are, too--especially if you read Keeper of the Home frequently. With all the gluten intolerances, food allergies and reduced... Read More

Classic Pumpkin Pie {Made with Fresh Pumpkin}by  

By Mindy, Contributing Writer I never was a big fan of pumpkin pie during my childhood years.  Every year at Thanksgiving, I would choose cherry or apple pie over the classic pumpkin pie.  I never understood why it was such... Read More

How to Identify and Use Winter Squashby  

Written by Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer While most can identify pumpkin and butternut as varieties of winter squash, many of us don't know much about other types of winter squash or how to prepare them. Today I want to dive... Read More

When Food Choices ARE a Moral Issueby  

By Mandi Ehman, Contributing Writer A couple months ago I wrote a post called "Food Choices Are Not a Moral Issue." There were several who commented that disagreed with the title of the post...and I actually agree with them! My... Read More

Everyone Eats, Everyone Cooks (and Why My 5 Year Old is Now an Egg Cracking Pro)by  

Recently I realized that I hadn't been involving my kids in the kitchen as much. I've always been a big advocate of it, but somewhere around the time that I was pregnant #4, I began to want to keep things simpler by just doing... Read More

The Well-Planned Breakfastby  

Written by Courtney, Contributing Writer Breakfast time is often rushed and chaotic in many households today. What used to be a nourishing meal to start the day off right has now become a fast-paced meal on the run. How did... Read More

Eating From the Pantry and Freezer Challenge: Week 4by  

To those who've been doing this challenge all along, way to go! You've reached week 4 and your family hasn't starved yet. Your creativity has been stretched to the max, no doubt, but I hope that you have some excellent... Read More

Eating From the Pantry and Freezer Challenge: Week 3by  

Welcome to the third week of the Eat From the Pantry and Freezer Challenge! Find out what it's all about or read my post from Week 2. My update as I head into week three: This afternoon, we went to Costco with... Read More

Eating From the Pantry and Freezer Challenge: Week 2by  

Welcome to the second week of the Eat From the Pantry and Freezer Challenge! Find out what it's all about or read my post from Week 1. My update as I head into week two: The first week of these challenges are... Read More

How to Make an Amazing Green Saladby  

We've all had one of those amazing salads, that was so good we just had to keep shoving forkfuls into our mouths. On the other hand, I imagine we've all had a boring salad. Just greens, a veggie or two,... Read More

Eating From the Freezer and Pantry Challenge: Week 1by  

That's it. No more shopping for you. Or me, for that matter. It's time to begin our "Eating from the Pantry and Freezer Challenge"! What I've spent so far I had about $230 remaining for the rest of May out... Read More

The Mediterranean Secret to Phenomenal Vegetablesby  

Written by Diana Bauman, Contributing Writer Growing up, my family ate a lot of vegetables.  It comes as no surprise being that my mother is from Sevilla, Spain where vegetables are a staple of the Mediterranean diet. When I was... Read More

Farmer’s Market Project: Make a Salad with Kidsby  

Written by Kate Tietje, Contributing Writer I am so excited.  It's finally May, which means that the farmer's market is now open!  Well...we're lucky -- there is a winter market near me.  But I never went (I know, I know).... Read More

Seven Reasons to Love An Important Kitchen Tool for Healthy Food Prepby  

[caption id="attachment_15867" align="alignnone" width="500"] Strawberry banana yogurt smoothie with virgin coconut oil, almonds, flax seed and raw honey.[/caption] It's visionary to eat healthy. What we put into our bodies today will, in many ways, determine our health tomorrow. God gave... Read More

Let’s Save Some Money: The Eat from the Pantry and Freezer Challenge!by  

Would you like to join me in saving literally hundreds of dollars on your grocery bill over the next month? It's time to eat from our freezers and pantries! The impetus for this challenge was the fact that each summer... Read More

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