Well, my week guest hosting the Autoimmune Paleo Instagram page is over. I had a lot of fun; but it was very time consuming. While I was guest hosting, I posted a photo of my Baked Apples with Maple Cinnamon Ice Cream. Followers went nuts over it, and asked me to post the recipe. This is something I’ve made for my hubby and myself for a while; so, I never thought anyone would want it as a recipe. Sometimes, we think the simple dishes we create are not recipe worthy. This has given me a whole new perspective on posting recipes. I will now include simple recipes in my postings. Plus, this is a treat recipe, which I hardly ever post. It’s a win-win! Continue reading “AIP Paleo Baked Apples with Maple Cinnamon Ice Cream Recipe”
As you all know, Thanksgiving is almost here. This is my first strict AIP Thanksgiving! Last year was my first paleo Thanksgiving. Because I was hosting it at my house last year, I created the recipe for my Sweet Potato Pecan Crisp. It’s the same recipe I contributed to Paleo Magazine Readers’ Favorites Holiday Recipes. But, this year I’m following the AIP. So, rather than do without my favorite holiday dish, I created my AIP Paleo Sweet Potato Coconut Crisp recipe. And, if I may say so myself, I think it’s even tastier!
As I’m writing this, I have the worst sore throat I’ve had in years. I knew I was in trouble last night when I felt the first pain in my throat. I immediately took my temperature. It was 97.1. Well, I didn’t have a fever, right? That must be a good thing, right? No, it’s not a good thing. I’ve learned, over time, that if I’m coming down with something, and my body is too busy attacking things it shouldn’t, it will not fight the invading germs. If I had a fever, it would show that my immune system was working properly to rid my body of the invaders. The fact that my body temperature was below normal, showed my immune system was on holiday. So, I was very happy I had jarred some of my AIP Paleo Slow Cooker Cranberry-Applesauce.
They (I’m not quite sure who “they” are) say, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. I’m going to put that to the test by eating my AIP Paleo Slow Cooker Cranberry-Applesauce every day until I’m better. And, of course, I’m going to add other healing foods such as my bone broth, sardine salads, liver, and healing juices. Hopefully, this bug will be gone before too long.
I think you’re really going to love this recipe. There are less than 10 ingredients! Plus, you just toss everything in your slow cooker and let it cook. After 4 to 5 hours, you have healthy and delicious AIP Paleo Slow Cooker Cranberry-Applesauce!
Stay healthy, y’all! I’m going to gargle with salt water now.
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