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Whooo, another week! I’m curious to know how you all survived the tasty Valentines day treats – how did you all make out?

I’ve actually been struggling with diet ever since I got back from my trip to India, the Middle East, Europe, etc etc. My body either hasn’t been adjusted or I may have caught something. I visit a holistic medicine doctor in the Philadelphia area (who is great! He was a doctor of internal medicine, but found that natural methods were better. So he’s got the knowledge from both worlds!) and he felt it was the latter. I won’t go into detail, but  I’m now on some supplements to detox from what I may have caught. I’m crossing my fingers that I start to feel ‘normal’ again soon. I’ve been eating a base diet of raw nuts, pea soup, quinoa, and eggs – mostly. Can’t wait to be able to stomach more things! Like….

(Note awesome segway)

… these super d-e-licious dishes!

My Fav (Top 10) Recipes from

Last Week (2-15 to 2-21)

Creamy Sweet Curry Salad Dressing
(Iris from the Daily Dietribe)

Quinoa Black Bean Salad
(Jen from Eating Clean Recipes)

Guacamole Two Ways
(Hallie from Daily Bites)

Gluten Free Soft Pretzel Recipe
(from Be Free For Me)

Chopped Grapefruit and Mixed Berry Salad
(from A Sweet and Salty Life)

Cinnamon Rum Apple Crisp
(Becky from Ministry to Motherhood)

Choco Nut Drops
(Deanna from The Mommy Bowl)

Sesame Flax Crackers
(Amity Susan Kate from Amsuka’s Gluten Freedom)

Fig and Almond Cake
(Amy from Simply Sugar and Gluten Free)

Chocolate Aphrodisiac Pie
(Me from Living Free)

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8 Responses to My Fav (Top 10) Recipes from Last Week (2/15 to 2/21)

  1. Iris says:

    Thanks Aubree! I really like that you include recipes that don’t necessarily follow all your dietary restrictions…that’s often when I get a lot of inspiration: seeing a recipe that I want to adapt. I hope you feel better soon!!!

  2. Becky says:

    Thanks Aubree for featuring my recipe! I look forward to going through the others. They all sound delicious!

  3. Ricki says:

    Wow–did I ever miss a lot while on vacation! Fabulous list, as usual. :)

  4. Aw I just had someone mention that you listed me this week! You are the sweetest :). I am so sorry you aren’t feeling well tho! I hope your body calms down and lets you eat delicious food like chocolate again soon!



  5. Oh, gosh, Aubree, hope you’re feeling better soon! Another amazing roundup as usual. Still chuckling over your aphrodisiac pie (chuckling and drooling I should say) and I think you had another similarly intriguing recipe the other day.

    Valentine’s Day was a bit over the top here with our big biennial party and now I’ve got my group’s tea event here this Saturday. March might be a little quieter. ;-)

    Healing hugs to you, dear!

  6. Hope you feel better soon.

  7. amsuka says:

    Hi Aubree! Thanks for adding my sesame flax crackers to your top ten list- wow! I found out thanks to a comment on my site from Heather at
    Love your site, and look forward to exploring and trying out some of your recipes.

  8. What a great list :) I need to go visit the Sesame Flax Crackers recipe :)

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