I love Thursdays! Now I get to see what great real food you are cooking. It’s so exciting to gather new ideas especially this time of year where the weather is cold and seasonal offerings are not as plentiful as summer months.
Here are some of the great foods shared last week:
Southwestern Kale Chips from Gluten-Free Cat
Gluten-Free Fisherman’s Pie from Celiacs in the House
Ginger Pear Cake with Orange Date Syrup from Chickiepea’s Blog
I can’t wait to see what you share this week. Here are the guidelines.
Please link back to this post so your readers can find lots of great recipes.
Link to your individual post, not your home page.
Please share recipes made with very little packaged ingredients but using single food ingredients or Real Food. Maybe 1 or 2 if the list of ingredients is long. If I bake something I’m usually using almond flour but I didn’t make it myself. So you see where I’m going with this.
Please do not link giveaways or book reviews, this is for recipes with Real Food.
As always, have fun!
Now hopefully that doesn’t seem to difficult. The point is to share Real Food with Real People!
Please don’t make me be a meanie and have to remove your link if you don’t follow the guidelines.
When you share your recipe feel free to grab one of these badges, or as Tia calls it Real Food Bling, and add it to your post. You can even add it to your blog sidebar.
You can find these on the page dedicated to Real Food Weekly.
Now look below for the words, Click Here To Enter so you can link up your recipe! Thank you.
Thanks so much for highlighting my kale chips! I am loving Real Food Weekly, because I've fallen in love with REAL food! Thanks so much for hosting this each week. I learn so much from the submissions. This week I've submitted Swiss Chard and Veggie Stew, because it just tastes like winter comfort. Stay warm!
You're welcome Heather. Thank you for sharing your recipes!
With Valentine goodies coming very soon, I've made some Bean Salad with Dijon Dressing to offset some of the anticipated sweet treats 😉 This salad can be made with garbanzos or cannelini beans. (It's GFCF, egg-free, meat-free, nut-free and sugar-free.) It's good by itself or over a bed of lettuce.
Wow Pat that sounds really good. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks for featuring us. How exciting!
This week I submitted my little power balls. Slightly sweet, but full of good minerals and antioxidants, and a totally perfect lunchbox/gym bag food. And super- addictive! We gobbled these right up!
You're welcome. Thank you for sharing even more goodies.
I'm a little late, thank you for inviting me! 🙂
Kelly so glad you could join in. I love your blog with all of the real food going on. Thank you for sharing.