• The Best Lectin-Free Christmas Cookies

    November 26, 2018lectinfreemama

    It’s simply not the holiday season without small slabs of sugar, butter, and flour. I’m talking about Christmas cookies, of course (well, on this site, lectin-free Christmas cookies ). Peanut butter blossoms, Mexican wedding cakes, cannonballs, cut-out sugar cookies, date cookies, gingersnaps–crunchy and sugary or soft and buttery. Pick your favorite, and usher in the…

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  • Low Histamine Sweet Potato Soup

    October 17, 2018lectinfreemama

    Despite being symptom-free for about six months, the “September POTS/MCAS flare” did not escape me this year. During a flare-up, it’s like I suddenly become allergic to everything, so I’m left with few foods I can actually stomach. This means I make whatever I can throw into an Instant Pot with some broth. Then I…

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  • Plant Paradox Mini-Bagels

    September 30, 2018lectinfreemama

    One of the ideas from my extensive list of lectin-free snacks is to make mini pizzas from grain-free bagels. However, compliant bagels can be a little difficult to find. Fortunately, we have The Plant Paradox Cookbook, and Dr. Gundry has a tasty recipe for Plant Paradox mini-bagels. They’re perfect for mornings or for turning into…

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  • 31 Quick & Easy Lectin-Free Snack Ideas

    September 3, 2018lectinfreemama

    Frequently asked question: “What are your go-to lectin-free snack ideas?” Unfortunately, I’m a little boring when it comes to snacks. I generally snack on the same handful of nuts every single day and wait until dinner to unleash my inner kitchen Goddess. My daughter starts pre-school this week, so that’s all about to change. I…

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  • The Ultimate Party Platter

    August 21, 2018lectinfreemama

    Are you the kind of person that brings a bag of chips and a tub of dip to a party? Cause I totally am…er, was. It’s not that I’m sometimes lazy or a procrastinator (just kidding, I am). It’s that I’ve got things to do, and spending 4 hours in the kitchen on a likely…

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  • 3-Ingredient Cauliflower Gnocchi

    August 11, 2018lectinfreemama

    Fall is fast approaching and it’s time for simple meal ideas you can make ahead, freeze, and cook in 10 minutes on the weeknight. My sweet potato gnocchi has been such a big hit for families, I thought I would just…replace the sweet potato with cauliflower. That’s literally all I’ve done here, and it was…

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  • Artichoke Gazpacho

    August 6, 2018lectinfreemama

    This recipe comes from fellow blogger Cristy Powers over at Powersbeing.com. As a patient of Dr. Gundry’s and a follower of the Plant Paradox, Cristy has successfully put Lupus into remission. She’s since dedicated her time to spreading the lectin-free message. Cristy loves crafting original compliant recipes like this Artichoke Gazpacho, curating wellness tips, and…

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  • Taro Root & Asparagus Salad

    July 18, 2018lectinfreemama

    I recently did a post on the difference between yams and other yam-like root vegetables. (Read it HERE.) A taro root is a tuber that often gets confused or labeled as a yam. But really it’s the yam’s exotic, tropical cousin with papery brown skin and a slimy purple interior. They love the water (they grow in…

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  • Wild Shrimp with Lemon Oil & Greens

    July 9, 2018lectinfreemama

    Print the Recipe Print Wild Shrimp with Lemon Oil & Greens Phase 2 Plant Paradox recipe for wild-caught shrimp with a light lemon oil and mixed greens. Course Main Course Cuisine keto, phase 1, phase 2, summer Keyword lemon oil, seafood, shrimp Prep Time 15 minutes Cook Time 15 minutes Total Time 15 minutes Servings…

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  • A Post About Yams

    July 7, 2018lectinfreemama

    If you thought yams and sweet potatoes were the same thing, you’re not alone. If you live in the US, it’s not even your fault, because we do label certain varieties of sweet potatoes as yams. Throw in the tropical varieties of root vegetables whose names all translate to “yam” and it’s nothing less than a YAM-tastrophe…

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