I love Bread. We hang out. I can say that I have a very personal relationship with Bread. We have always been there for each other. I like to dip Bread in oil. Oil with spices. I like Bread for breakfast. Bread with Lunch. Bread with dinner. Bread dipped in cheese. Bread dipped in gravy. In fact, if I could only eat one thing for the rest of my life– I’d probably want it to be Bread with things to dip in it or put on top of it. Now, I am not discriminatory. All because Bread doesn’t look like it’s Bread-self, doesn’t mean I won’t eat it. I like Bread when it’s in its cracker form and in its pasta form as well. Bread. Bread. Bread. But Bread has been misbehaving… and we are now Frienemies.
These look so amazingly delicious, and while I can’t yet vouch for them… (mostly because I’d make them immediately but I don’t have cocoa powder) I will be able to tell your about their deliciousness very soon. Awesome post Vegetarian Wife!
Samoa’s are one of my favorite Girl Scout Cookies, so I was very happy to find this recipe. I made these at Christmas and this recipe is a replicate of Samoa Girl Scout Cookies that is Gluten Free and Paleo. This was another bit hit with Veggie Hubby and our neighbors. I couldn’t find the original posting on the internet for this recipe or I would give credit to the original poster.
This recipe made 24 cookies. My only change from the original is I forgot to indent the cookies in step 5 below. This recipe is quick to make and only has 6 ingredients!
- 2 Cups of unsweetened, shredded coconut
- 2 eggs
- 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup raw honey
- 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder (dark chocolate)
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
- Line baking pan with…
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I cannot seem to shake this bloating business, and now with a fractured foot (thanks Femara!) I am feeling a bit… unhealthy. It is time to crawl back into the cave, and the Mediterranean Vixen will have to come back at another time– the Cavewoman is here to stay for a while.
Some good looking Paleo Tacos!
The very first step is to get a cook book. I attempted to go Paleo during my two-week Christmas Break from work without one (I’m a teacher, remember?), and it was so boring and bland. Within two days I was dreading every meal. It seems like you can’t eat anything delicious when you start Paleo. Not to mention my husband is no help. He’s a junk food junkie, chips, ice cream, candy… anything that’s not good for you, he loves. So while I was eating grilled chicken and eggs… again, I was watching him and crying inside.