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Naturally Sweet Tuesday

Thanks for stopping by again this week to share and/or view recipes that are free of refined sugar and artificial sweeteners! Please feel free to visit the main Naturally Sweet Tuesdays page for full details. This week, I wanted to bring attention to the Naturally Sweet Recipes Pinterest Board I’ve been maintaining with the entries thus far! Please consider following, sharing, or repinning these great recipes and the board itself :) 

Highlights From Last Week

The most popular (most clicked) recipe from last week was Homemade Dairy and GF Peach Sorbet from Simply 123 Allergy Free. She uses coconut milk and honey while suggesting even more types of fruit to try this with. Sounds very refreshing and a deliciously light dessert for summer!

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Each week I highlight my personal favorite recipe that was submitted as well. I’m choosing with the idea that ‘this is the recipe I am most likely to try soon’. This week I want to try the Whole30 Summer Mocktail from 2 Cats & Chloe. A light and refreshing drink – simple and easy too, so I have no excuse not to give it a try! :)


My Entry For This Week:

Did you know that you can post ‘old’ recipes to this link-up as well? Since I only had savory blog posts this week (creamy mashed garlic cauliflower, butternut squash hash browns, & plant-based pizza crust from plantains), I’m pulling out a favorite from my desserts in the past. I’ve been doing a lot with strawberries lately, we have had over 70 lbs of berries from our garden (all picked by yours truly). But most of them have gone to the freezer. Hard to pass up this No Bake Strawberry Cream Pie though! :) It has a peanut and strawberry crust and uses plain gelatin to set.


Link Up Guidelines

This is the abridged version. See all details here.

  • Link to your individual recipe post, NOT your home page.
  • Within your recipe post on your blog/website, please link back to this post URL specifically, not (this will only frustrate and confuse our readers)
  • Links can be ‘older’, AKA not just something you recently published. It can be from last month or last year!
  • When you share your recipe link, please leave a comment about what you shared and what’s great about it!

This link-up will close Sunday, June 29, at midnight and the next week link-up will be available the following Monday night:

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~Aubree Cherie

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7 Responses to Naturally Sweet Tuesday – June 24, 2014

  1. Hi Aubree!Thanks for hosting! This week I’m sharing Grain Free Burgers and Paleo Strawberry Maple Pancakes. I hope you have a great week!

  2. Hi Aubree–As soon as I’m done leaving this comment, I’m going to make at least one of the recipes shown here today, either that smoothie (first recipe linked up) or that mocktail. ;-) Everything looks great! Inspired by a reader’s review of my Blueberry Banana Buckle, I’ve linked that up today. It’s a great naturally sweet recipe. :-)

    I have a funny story to tell you. When Mr. GFE and I were on a road trip the other day, the first time we passed by orange daylilies, I shared with him that you could eat the tight buds and they tasted like asparagus, “poor man’s asparagus as my friend, Aubree, calls them.” After that, any time we’d pass by daylilies, he’d say, “Look … some more snacks!” I cracked up each time. One day we might actually cook them and eat them. ;-)


    • Hi Shirley – I remember when you originally posted the blueberry buckle! I love the name – ‘buckle’ is so cool to me. Not sure why :) Still looks just as delicious as it did before!! ;)

      Oh my, this is such a great story! I LOVE it!!! Yes, the ones around where we live are going crazy now. But, ironically, we had a ton of asparagus this year, so I’m not really in the mood for something else that tastes like asparagus… HA :) ~Aubree

  3. Thanks for hosting! This week I’m sharing a favorite Indian Food recipe–Butter Chicken in the Crock Pot. (Indian food LOVES to be made in the crock pot!):)

  4. Thanks a lot for hosting! This week I’m sharing my Paleo Strawberry Shortcake Pancakes, which are a re-make of a recipe my mom used to make every spring. Perfect to use up fresh-picked strawberries!

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