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So, don't risk it! You don't have to be left out this holiday season! Not everyone understands the Paleo or grain-free lifestyle, but we do. And, we're here to help you get through the holidays, one baked good at a time.
Here are the top baking supplies for paleo and grain-free holiday baking with a touch of holiday baking inspiration:
Fats & Oils:
Spices & Flavouring:
Whether you’re a new baker, your treats don’t turn out as planned or your feeling a little lazy, use a baking mix to make tasty holiday treats:
Toppings / Miscellaneous:
By using any of these products, your holiday desserts will turn out just right! Whether it's Thanksgiving, Christmas, Halloween, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Eid, or New Year's Eve, there’s always holiday feasting to be had! And, with so many eating-focused traditions, you might be relieved that you have a secretly healthy, no-guilt, low-calorie, paleo and grain-free holiday treat to indulge in. So, don't be left out this holiday season! Pick up your paleo and grain-free baking supplies today!
Need Recipe Inspiration?
Check out these easy, fun, and quick, paleo and grain-free recipes that are sure to please a whole crowd!
Tigernut Paleo Mini Muffins: a little treat with a lot of flavour! These paleo mini muffins are made with fresh bananas and pumpkin seeds for a little extra fibre and have no sugar added. They are small but mighty, and easy to transport to holiday parties. Easy to make and ready in just 30 minutes!
Low Carb Pumpkin Pie Squares: These bars are low-carb, using almond flour and coconut flour for the crust, and powdered stevia to sweeten! No trying to create the perfect pumpkin spice blend here! We used Primal Palate Pumpkin Pie Spice, which did all the work!
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TIP OF THE WEEK
Does springtime leave you coughing and sneezing? Ease the symptoms of seasonal allergies naturally by incorporating these foods into your diet:
Wasabi: That’s right, the spicy green stuff that usually comes with your sushi order can help to alleviate allergy symptoms. Thanks to its bold, spicy taste, eating wasabi can help to open your sinuses, making breathing during allergy season easier.
Fatty fish: Rich in Omega-3’s DHA and EPA, eating fatty fish such as salmon, sardines, and tuna can help reduce inflammation and prevent swelling, which can decrease the symptoms of spring allergy season.
Pineapple: Not only is it delicious, pineapple contains the enzyme extract bromelain, which can help to reduce seasonal allergy symptoms, such as itchy eyes and a runny nose.
Almonds: High in magnesium, which has shown to reduce allergic reactions and relax airways making it easier to breathe.
Allergy season can be dreadful, but you may be able to reduce pollen allergy symptoms naturally with these foods.