Grain-Free Crepes

We LOVE these crepes! They are grain free and better than your traditional crepe if you ask me. You can make these savory or sweet. Add dairy or make it dairy free. The result is pure delight. Enjoy!

Makes approximately 10 crepes

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1 1/2 Tablespoons coconut flour

1/4 cup arrowroot powder

4 eggs

1 1/2 Tablespoons melted coconut oil or grass fed butter plus more for the pan

3-4  Tablespoons milk of choice

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Whisk all ingredients together.

Heat a crepe pan or skillet. Lightly oil pan with coconut oil or butter. Pour a small amount into the center of the pan. Twirl batter around. Flip and make sure both sides are cooked.

To make savory crepes: Add sauteed veggies and/or meat of choice/cheese

To make sweet crepes: Add applesauce or jam of choice, chocolate, etc.

The skies the limit…. Honestly, they come out so delicate and delicious every time.

Roll or fold up and enjoy!

Emma

Pickled Carrots

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Hello there! And Happy New Year! I have to admit it’s been a while. No excuses. Just busyness has gotten in the way. But this new year I am vowing to share more of my nourishing ways with you.

So to start of the new year, here is my favorite pickled carrot recipe. Simply put if there is one recipe I get asked about the most it’s this one!

So here you go! Enjoy!

1 bunch of carrots sliced to your desire
1 cup apple cider vinegar
1 cup water
2 teaspoons sea salt
1 bay leaf
1-2 cloves garlic smashed
4 peppercorns
sprinkle of mustard seeds
sprinkle of cumin seeds
sprinkle of coriander seeds
couple shavings of fresh ginger (optional)

Note: Could just use pickling spices if want that instead of above, just a different flavor. Oh, and splitting the carrots and adding half cauliflower and half carrots is super yummy too!

Now, you have a couple of options.

ONE: Put all ingredients in a jar. Fill with more water if needed so that veggies are submerged. Refrigerate overnight.

TWO: Put all ingredients in a jar except water, vinegar and salt. Bring those to a boil and then pour over carrots. Let cool and then refrigerate.

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Enjoy these super simple carrots! I know our family and our circle of friends do!

Be well, Emma