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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.

Sorry I missed you last week – busy time with my family and that is what’s most important! But we’re back to the fun  :) Please feel free to share any recipes from last week as well – so no one misses all your great naturally sweet creations! 

Highlights From 2 Weeks Ago

The most popular (most clicked) recipe from 2 weeks ago was Blueberry Banana Buckle from Shirley at Gluten Free Easily. She shares a lovely story and the recipe looks delicious! Not only is it free of refined sugar, but it’s also free of eggs, gluten, and dairy. Cool!

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From our recipe round up two weeks ago, I want to try the Jicama Pineapple Slaw from Simply123AllergyFree.com. I have loved every jicama recipe I’ve tried so far and this sounds like no exception – with pineapple, lime juice, scallions, and a little bit of salt. Sounds very refreshing!

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My Entry For This Week:

This week I am sharing a recipe from ThePaleoMom.com with a few simple flavor modifications, Plantain Crackers Two Ways: Sweet & Savory. I loved her recipe so wanted to share how well it turned out for me, and with a few additions!

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  • Link to your individual recipe post, NOT your home page.
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  • 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, July 13, 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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10 Responses to Naturally Sweet Tuesday – July 8, 2014

  1. Hi Aubree! Thanks for hosting! This week I’m sharing Strawberry Sorbet as well as
    Rosemary Marinated Beef Kabobs. I hope you have a great week!

  2. What a treat to see my Blueberry Banana Buckle featured–thanks to everyone! I actually made it again this past weekend. I had no applesauce and didn’t want to use cornmeal so I subbed more banana for the applesauce and used almond flour in place of the cornmeal. And I added some chopped pecans to the crumble topping this time. It all worked out great. :-)

    That slaw looks yummy and I’m loving seeing what folks are making with plantain these days! I don’t think I’ve seen crackers before. Nice, Aubree!

    Thanks so much for hosting! Have a good week.
    Shirley

    • Hi Shirley, your variations also sounds delicious! And with blueberries being a good price right now, what a nice dessert option for folks to try!

      Hope you’re having a good week as well :) ~Aubree

  3. Hey there! I am sharing a paleo-friendly Orange and Cinnamon Loaf that tastes very much like a light Christmas fruit cake. Even my husband–who is not a grain-free fan–loved this recipe. :)

    Thank you for hosting!

    • Hi Chantelle – thank you for stopping by and for sharing your orange and cinnamon loaf. I’ve never actually had christmas fruit cake (can you believe it?) but your recipe looks yummy :) ~Aubree

  4. Hi Aubree! Hope you had a good weekend :)
    This week I’m sharing my Paleo Banana Bread Pancakes! They are so easy and taste just like banana bread!

  5. I’ve shared mint chip ice cream — made with fresh mint. A fabulous treat… especially for someone who has mint taking over her backyard. ;)

    • Hi Christine, yum! I also have some militant mint in my backyard… I’ve all but given up to be honest. But I need to start using it or next year will be even ‘worse’! Thanks for sharing this recipe :) ~Aubree

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