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Oops… I had this all ready and written on Monday night, but promptly forgot to hit publish on Tuesday morning! (Should have scheduled it I guess). I’m at a conference this whole week in Philadelphia, which isn’t too far from home – but it’s a hectic week none the less! It’s challenging to eat gluten free at a hotel based conference, let alone dairy and sugar too! To be honest, I’ve been eating some foods that I normally wouldn’t, just to keep my belly somewhat full. Headaches and other side affects abound. In some ways I’m grateful for these though… I think it’s important to remember sometimes WHY you’re on the ‘diet’ you are (I prefer ‘lifestyle’ :)). So for anyone out there who is struggling to keep up their food restrictions, keep your chin up!

Hope you enjoy the collection this week. There are some recipes that I’m DYING to try!

Favorite Recipes from Last Week
(6/14 to 6/20)

Brownie Pudding Cake
(from The Nourishing Gourmet)

(Raj at Flip Cookbook)

Braised Greens with Black Olives
(Kim from Affairs of Living)

Strawberry Mousse Pie
(Kelly from the Spunky Coconut)

Banana Bread Beany Spread
(Deanna from The Mommy Bowl)

Cranberry Glazed Salmon
(Iris from the Daily Dietribe)

Jammy Sponge Roll
(from the Intolerant Chef)

Cucumber Slushie
(Hallie from Daily Bites)

Oxymoronic Pasta Salad
(Ricki from Diet, Dessert, and Dogs)

Butternut Breakfast Pie
(Me at Living Free)

Thanks for stopping by again this week!

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4 Responses to Favorite Recipes (6/14 to 6/20)

  1. Ricki says:

    As always, chuffed to be included and wishing I could eat every single thing on the list! Loved your and Kelly’s pies and I was fascinated by Kim’s greens–but now the brownie cake is calling my name, too! :)

  2. Iris says:

    Thanks for including my cranberry glazed salmon! I’m waiting for Thanksgiving so I can try this again with my turkey. :)

  3. As usual, I saw some of these fab recipes and also missed a few. Thanks for keeping me straight, Aubree!


  4. Oh you poor thing, it’s always tricky eating away isn’t it? Hope you feel better soon. Thanks for including my recipe again this week!

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