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Grain Free Chocolate Crepes

Grain Free Chocolate Crepes

Hello Healing Cuisine family!  Before I jump in with a brand new recipe for grain free chocolate crepes, I have to tell you that I have missed you!  As always, thank you for your concern and emails.  I enjoyed reading each one that came in over the past few months.  I have not left Healing…

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Mixed Berry Muffins

Mixed Berry Muffins

I am ((finally)) getting this Mixed Berry Muffins recipe posted for you.  I shared this photo ^^^ on the Facebook page about 3 weeks ago, and folks went crazy wanting the recipe.  I haven’t been able to find the time to type it out until now! You are going to love this Mixed Berry Muffin…

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Venison Stew

Venison Stew

If you are lucky enough to access venison this year, you have got to try this venison stew.  We were gifted a deer shoulder this fall from our patient Lowell (thanks again Lowell, you’re the best!).  Check out what I did with the backstrap he gave us, too!  I’ve still got a few more roasts…

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How to Brine a Venison Back-strap

How to Brine a Venison Back-strap

Growing up in “God’s country,” the Keweenaw Peninsula in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, I’ve eaten my fair share of venison.  My family didn’t hunt, but I had plenty of friends who shared their scores with me over the years.  You’ll find some of the healthiest, largest bodied whitetail deer in the U.P. In the…

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Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts

Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts

Happy Halloween everyone!  I have my first doughnut recipe for you, and of course in honor of the season it is for Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts! I wouldn’t say we at doughnuts often growing up, maybe a few times of year on a special day or if mom stopped at the bakery counter on the way…

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Chocolate Molten Lava Cakes

Chocolate Molten Lava Cakes

I have four words for you: Chocolate, Molten, Lava, Cakes.   Chocolate molten lava cakes!!  Ladies, you’ll know what I mean when I say I HAD to have some rich dark chocolate.  I needed something to fill my chocolate void, and chocolate molten lava cakes came to mind.  There had to be a way to make…

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Chewy Oat Granola Bars

Chewy Oat Granola Bars

Our son, Austin, is almost 2.  His food preferences are changing from liking softer textured fruits and veggies to him preferring crunchier fruits and veggies and more protein, like raw nuts and meat.  I tell you, just when a mom gets her food prep down to a pattern, it switches on her!  I had grown…

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Dark Chocolate Zucchini Bread

Dark Chocolate Zucchini Bread

Well hello all!!  I am back!!  :) So happy to finally say that!  Thank you to everyone who has stuck with me here at Healing Cuisine and on our Facebook page over the last few months.  I have been away while my “day job” kept me extremely tapped out.   If you remember my posts back in…

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Guest Post: Strawberry Doughnuts!

Guest Post: Strawberry Doughnuts!

Look at these…Advanced Plan Strawberries-n-Cream Doughnuts from Tall Girl (Jessica) over at Tall World After All! Jessica took the original recipe for Strawberries-n-Cream Cake and, voila!, turned it into doughnuts!  Can you say GENIUS?! Prepare the recipe as normal, but increase the baking powder by 1 teaspoon.  Spoon the batter out into the doughnut pan…

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How To: Homemade Baby Formula

How To: Homemade Baby Formula

The science is out.  Nothing comes close to true breast milk, because there is an innate connection between baby and mother.  When baby latches onto mom’s breast, baby’s saliva tells mom’s body what baby needs (more water, protein, fat, nutrients, etc).  Our bodies were amazingly designed!BUT, that doesn’t mean everyone is blessed with an easy…

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