The Spunky Coconut Cookbook Second Edition

I’m so excited to tell you that our second edition is available! My honey, the designer , re-designed our first cookbook to create a matching set of cookbooks (as you can see on the right hand side of my site). It includes all your favorite recipes from the first edition, plus a handful of new… 

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Grape Cream Homemade Popsicles, Dairy Free

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I’m sure it’s partly because I’m pregnant, but I have been so hot lately. We’ve been eating so much homemade ice cream and recently popsicles too. These were so yummy. I had to get a little of the “cream” and the grape in every bite. Love how the flavors go together. I wanted the layers… 

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Cherry’s Homemade Gluten-Free Dog Food

Above: Cherry, in her favorite spot on the porch, basking in the sun. We take our dog to a holistic vet, and he insists that cooked real food is better for our dog than “dog food.” He says that dog food is so overly processed that no nutritional value remains, which is why they have… 

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Delray Beach & Nutrition Cottage Love

Above: The girls and I in Delray Beach. Yesterday we took a short drive up to Delray Beach after a reader suggested, The Mellow Mushroom. Thanks Christie! It was nice to have gluten-free pizza on the patio outside (I can’t get enough outside here—the weather has been amazing—in fact I’m sitting outside now as I… 

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Gluten & Allergen-Free Expo in Chicago!

Many of you have probably heard me talking about the Gluten & Allergen-Free Expo coming up at the end of this month in Chicago. This expo is created by the amazing Jen of Gluten-Free Life With Jen and sponsored by Living Without. I would say that I’m really excited about it, but that’s such an… 

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Citrus Quinoa Salad

Last weekend we had some crazy weather, though not uncommon for this area. Saturday was the start of the farmers market, and the warmest day we’ve had yet this year. It was sunny, not windy for a change, and 70 degrees. Just lovely. Which meant that everyone was at the Boulder farmers market. It was… 

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