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Off Kilter Brownies

Choccolatte's

For this weeks Market Monday, I would like to highlight a brand new vendor at the market: Choccolatte's! They offer quite delicious pecan toffee, with 3 versions. Milk, dark or white chocolate. Their particular claim to fame is that it does not stick to your...

Caramel pretzel blondies out of the oven

  What you need: OKB Blondie Mix ½ cup caramel ½ cup gluten free pretzels (crushed) You can use a premade caramel or you can choose to make caramel yourself. For this recipe I used Glutino http://www.glutino.com/products/gluten-free-pretzel-twists-14-1-oz/ pretzels. Because they are made with rice flour they are very...

Are you having enough fun? I know that’s a rather odd question to be asking, but I think it’s important to talk about. As I have talked about before, I believe stress can cause even more damage to your body than eating improperly can. Part...

One of the most traditional finds at farmers markets is, of course, veggies. Frequently, the farmers market vegetable farmers are some of the most consistent vendors you will find. Veggies are always continually growing, and it’s hard to tell them to wait for next week...

Bone Broth Ah bone broth - this superfood that everyone raves about - it can solve your sickness, soothe your gut, make your whole family feel better, give you all the nutrients you need...

Paleo Honey Marshmallows

Marshmallows? Marshmallows!!!! Those delicious, fluffy, slightly gooey, orbs of sugary fluff. Favorite of children everywhere, and loved by many parents as well. Marshmallows are certainly a piece of Americana - whether you're burning your hand trying to make s'mores or just popping them into your mouth...

Well then, I learned something new today, and it further emphasizes the need to always ready ingredients lists and not make assumptions. Apparently not only are McDonalds fries cooked in the same oil as gluten containing items (Not surprising) they contain wheat themselves.  They make...