This Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Raisin Bread is the perfect accompaniment to all of your holiday gatherings. It also makes for a great homemade gift!
I have to admit, my tiny NY kitchen (or lack there of) has me leaving all of you with new recipes that are few and far between. Don’t get me wrong, I still cook the majority of my meals at home but when I say simple, I mean s.i.m.p.l.e. But hey, sometimes simple is best! I was even able to whip up this Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Raisin Bread for you.
I was provided the Natural Pregnancy Cookbook to review. No compensation was involved and all opinions remain my own.
I know what some of you may be thinking and no, I am NOT pregnant. On the other hand, I do know someone very close to me who is and I am looking forward to sharing this wealth of pregnancy knowledge with her.
My friend Sonali over at The Foodie Physician has recently came out with her wonderful new book: Natural Pregnancy Cookbook. If you’re unfamiliar with her (and you shouldn’t be), Sonali is an ER physician, chef, recipe developer, and food blogger. If you’re like me, you are thinking how the heck does she do it all and create such beautiful content? Superwoman.
Roasted Delicata Squash with Pecans & Cherries makes for a great fall side dish and holiday side.
How is it already time for another Recipe Redux?? It seems like just yesterday I was posting my recipe for Mint Chocolate Chip Energy Bites. Now that fall is officially here to stay, I have been taking advantage of the beautiful fall produce.
Since today is National Nut Day, us reduxers are having an extra nutty nut day by sharing healthy nut-filled recipes. Nut of choice? Pecans.
I am partnering up with Siggi’s Dairy to give away one free month’s supply of yogurt. I was not compensated for my time.
If you love Siggi’s as much as I do, head on over to Instagram now and enter to win a free month’s supply of Siggi’s skyr!! I am lucky enough to partner with this wonderful company to help spread the love for my favorite yogurt with this epic giveaway.
As an ambassador, I encourage all of you to try Siggi’s Icelandic-style skyr at least once. I promise, you won’t be disappointed.