Monday, September 19, 2016

Paleo Blueberry Mini Scones

It is undeniable that having low-carb snacks available is an ideal way to enjoy a treat and feel good during and after. These paleo blueberry mini scones are so easy to make and I encourage anyone to make extra and keep them in the freezer. They are delicious at room temperature, heated up or taken to work where you’re sure to make those co-workers jealous. I try my darnedest to adhere to a diet of lower carbs. I am not a carb counter, but I have a general idea of my carb intake and I strive to eat a good quantity of mostly veggies, and then fats and proteins. One feels better and less highs and lows when you minimize those carbs.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Gluten-Free Banana Quinoa Muffins

Hi, I'm Jenny Finke, a blogger at Good For You Gluten Free and holistic nutrition professional.
Today I want to share with you a recipe I crafted using delicious quinoa flour. Like almond flour, quinoa flour is naturally gluten-free, making it a great substitute in gluten-free baked goods.

Quinoa flour is packed with protein too (quinoa is the only plant-based protein with all 9 essential amino acids). It also has a strong flavor - nutty, earthy and not-too-sweet. It's definitely a flour worth experimenting with if you're on a gluten-free diet like me.

Friday, September 2, 2016

Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies

Greetings! The Honeyville Team would like to introduce you all to Taryn of Joy Filled Eats. She'll be joining the ranks of our guest bloggers, giving you something tasty to try each month. We're definitely excited to work with her and look forward to a delicious and fun future. Now, onto what you came for: a great recipe.

Taryn developed a recipe for Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies. Two tender cakey cookies sandwiched with peanut butter buttercream frosting. These are so good you will never be able to tell they are low carb or grain free. You may yell "whoopie" after each bite.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Peach Pecan Muffins

Greetings and Happy August (also known as the dog days of summer; and that it has surely been)! I’m so happy to be back guest posting at Honeyville and sharing another delicious recipe. My blog, Gourmet Girl Cooks, features recipes that are low carb, grain and gluten free, and contain no added sugar.

Today’s recipe is a delicious summertime breakfast treat; Peach Pecan Muffins! They’ve got a little bit of “Georgia” mixed in to make them super special (Georgia peaches and Georgia pecans). They are made with Honeyville’s Blanched Almond Flour, which has been my favorite almond flour to bake with for over 4 years now. These muffins are super moist and lightly sweet and they go great with your morning coffee. They are delicious for breakfast and make a tasty snack as well. They are easy to make, too.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Yeast-Free Rolls

Hello everyone, I am Tina Turbin the creator of the website, PaleOmazing. I am in in total heaven creating delicious grain-free and always gluten-free recipes that empower the body and do not have a load of unnecessary unhealthy carbohydrates. I am a diagnosed celiac with two of my three kids also diagnosed with CD.

I have been supplying recipes for Honeyville Farms for some time now and thoroughly enjoy and am grateful for all of their delicious and wholesome products that I am able to incorporate into my recipes.

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Gluten-Free Almond Flour Bagel Recipe


I'm Jenny Finke and founded the blog, Good For You Gluten Free. I write about everything gluten-free and good for you. I'm certified in holistic nutrition and love helping people transition to a healthy, gluten-free lifestyle. I've been gluten-free since my Celiac diagnosis in April 2012.

Bagels are a part of my culture. I'm Jewish and celebrate all the Jewish holidays. One of the hardest parts about enjoying a Jewish meal is missing out on the yummy bagels. One particular holiday that makes me feel most bagel-deprived is Yom Kippur. On Yom Kippur we fast all day long, and most Jews will break their fast with a bite from a delicious doughy bagel. Not me. I usually break fast with an olive. Sad.

Monday, July 18, 2016

Bacon Cookies

I love fresh nut butters and I adore good crispy bacon. The fats from the nut oils are good for us and bacon speaks for itself. I was ready to dig in and create another new nut-butters recipe and then thought, “Why not see what is out there already that I can play with!”

A recipe, Macadamia and Chocolate Chip Cookies were using nut butters created by George Bryant of Civilized Caveman and Juli Bauer of PaleOMG which they shared from the title, The Paleo Kitchen. I made some changes only due to my preferences in lower carbs and sugars.