Butter coffee, or Bulletproof coffee, is extremely simple: just coffee with butter blended into it. And, there are a few ways to modify your cup of joe depending on your tastes and health goals. Here is how you can make your butter coffee at home.
Hidden Liver Sausage Patties
Eating liver might sound strange and antiquated, but you might be surprised to know it’s considered the most nutrient dense food on the planet (we say it’s “offally” good).
These hidden liver sausage patties incorporate enough just chicken liver to give your body a boost of nutrients, but with zero noticeable flavor or texture changes (so rejoice if you have picky eaters in the house!)
Pumpkin Pie with Pecan Meal Crust [grain free, egg free, dairy free, AIP option]
It’s pretty easy these days to find gluten free pumpkin pie, or at least a gluten free crust, but if you have a sensitivity to dairy or eggs, you might think that pumpkin pie is totally off the (Christmas) table―but fear not! This recipe comes to the rescue! We use grass-fed gelatin to “set” the pie and hold it together in place of eggs, and use canned coconut milk to replace the dairy.
Maple Pumpkin Cinnamon Roll Muffins [grain-free, gluten-free, option for dairy free and nut free]
These muffins use coconut flour to make them totally grain free. They are free of refined sugar, using real maple syrup as a whole food sweetener. They make an excellent addition to Sunday brunch!
Recipe: Nightshade Free Chicken Tagine
I’m kind of obsessed with Moroccan flavors. This is an adaptation of a recipe from the Balanced Bites Holiday eBook that Diane Sanfilippo sends out every year, but this dish is awesome for any time of year, not just the holidays. It’s so flavorful with the cumin and coriander, and the dried figs give just the perfect amount of sweetness. This is awesome over cauliflower rice (or real rice, if you’re #teamwhiterice!)
Recipe: Speedy Recovery Beef and Mushroom Soup
There’s a South American proverb that “A good broth will resurrect the dead.” While that may not be literally the case, bone broth is one of the best things to give someone who is sick or recovering, since it helps boost the immune system to fight sickness, is rich in minerals, and has the building blocks needed for our body to repair its own gut lining (and 80% of the immune system is in the gut). I recently made this soup for a family friend who was recovering from surgery. When I was asked to make a meal for her, the first thing that popped into my head was a soup with a gut-healing, mineral-rich bone broth as the base.