• How to Make Cassava Flour Tortillas

    September 14, 2017lectinfreemama

    The Mexican restaurant; a.k.a. the place where “lectin free” eating goes to die. Corn tortillas, refried beans, tamales, tomato salsa with extra jalapeƱo seeds, death by spice chili peppers, and loads of gooey cheddar cheese. There’s often not a single compliant item on the menu. I can’t replace many of these things for you–I won’t be opening a Mexican (American) restaurant anytime soon. But I can help you make a tortilla that’s pretty darn close to a traditional flour tortilla. How can I make this sound more appealing? I’m about to show you how to make warm, soft tortillas, cooked to perfection on a hot skillet. Then you’ll fill them with juicy, seasoned ground beef, crispy coleslaw, and fresh guacamole, and then you’ll “smother” them…

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  • Easy Cinnamon Cassava Flour Pancakes

    September 2, 2017lectinfreemama

    Fall is in the air, and that means my local grocery store has placed the bins of cinnamon-orange pinecone wreaths out front for our olfactory enjoyment. I don’t know what kind of psychology they are pulling, but it’s working, because…

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  • Cake For Breakfast: Lectin Free Vanilla Cake Mug Muffin

    August 16, 2017lectinfreemama

    Growing up, I dreamed of a life where I could eat cake for breakfast every morning. Vanilla, chocolate, carrot, cheese, it didn’t matter the flavor. It was tradition in my house that when someone had a birthday, and there was…

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  • Lectin Free Peach Cobbler Breakfast Pancake

    July 30, 2017lectinfreemama

    Behold, yellow peaches. The juicy, not-too-sweet, not-too-tart pit fruit that you can play tennis with when it’s not ripe and get a half gallon of juice down your chin when it is ripe. Peach season is almost gone, and, before…

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  • Egg, Spinach, and Goat Cheese Breakfast Burritos

    July 11, 2017lectinfreemama

    Before leaky gut, my husband and I were attempting to perfect the breakfast burrito. We made them for breakfast when guests came over, and we even ate them for Christmas dinner two years in a row. Homemade tortillas, sausage, sage,…

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