Every week I’m blown away by the diversity of the recipes shared here each week. It’s amazing and a great resource. I hope you take the time to visit all the links shared and leave a comment on their post. Keep sharing great recipes made with real food and we’ll all be eating really well.
Here are some fun recipes from last week:
Dairy Free Berry Whipped Topping from Alisa Cooks
Spring Cleanse Fasting Juices from The Grecian Garden
Roasted Onion Adzuki Salad from City Life Eats
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.
I shared my coconut zucchini muffins with a video and recipe. I hope you like them! Thanks For hosting. My son is also a junior in high school. He is a musician and also taking lots of AP courses. There is so much pressure on kids these days … Ihope you find a solution for him.
Remembered to add myself this week. I'll stop back later to look for some good recipes to add to the menu next week. Thanks!
Well, the ones so far this week look great and the ones you mentioned from last week are terrific. 🙂 So you're right, Real Food Weekly is a great resource. 😉 Thanks for hosting, Diane! I linked up my tuna or seafood chowder, which already has readers offering wonderful variations to meet their preferences and intolerances. 🙂
Thank you for the shoutout!
Thanks for the link Diane! Wish I had something to share this week, but I've been slow on the recipe front! Those muffins look awesome though!
How can I enter to win the tickets for the Great Grapes festival?
I'd love to see your presentation at the festival.
Barbara I'm guessing you read about this in my newsletter that just went out. It tells you right in there about what to share on Facebook. Double check. I don't want to give away the special way to enter that the newsletter readers got.
thanks for mentioning my juicing recipes link! I just got back from a trip to Greece and i'll be sharing this week how I ate gluten and dairy free while on my trip. Thanks for hosting a great carnival, I can always count on recipes I see here that I can actually use 🙂