• Peach Cobbler Breakfast Pancake

    July 30, 2017lectinfreemama

    Behold, the yellow peach. 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. If you’re not fortunate enough to be in peach season at the moment, get my recipe for warm cinnamon cassava pancakes…

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  • Swiss Chard Fritters

    July 25, 2017lectinfreemama

    Stuck on what to pack in your kid’s lunches? I’ve made these fritters three weeks in a row now–they’re easy, healthy, and Plant Paradox compliant. My toddler even eats them, despite containing Swiss chard. The key to hiding veggies is to grind them up, mix them with “better” stuff, and fry them in lots of good…

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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 homemade breakfast burritos. 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, tomatoes, peppers, cilantro, sour cream….I’m drooling just writing about them. There is hope for us…

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  • Blueberry Fool Dessert

    July 5, 2017Autumn.m.boyle@gmail.com

    Happy 4th of July! In celebration of freedom, liberty, and other patriotic buzzwords, I thought today would be an excellent day for a dessert recipe. And bonus–it’s red, white and blue. And lectin free. And freaking delicious. Lectin Free Blueberry Fools PREP TIME 55 MINUTES     TOTAL TIME 1 HOUR     SERVES 4 2 cups blueberries, plus more for…

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  • Plant Paradox Phase 1: Quorn (Chick’n)

    June 8, 2017lectinfreemama

    It was a sad day when I discovered that poultry was making me feel like I had food poisoning. Even the free range, organic roasting chicken that was $12 more expensive than the other one caused debilitating cramps and alllll the gas. So I stopped eating chicken and turkey, and resorted to eating pork, eggs, steak,…

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  • Plant Paradox Phase 1: Salad for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    June 6, 2017lectinfreemama

    The first phase of the Plant Paradox (PP) involves a “cleanse” that kickstarts the feeding of the good gut bacteria with three days of awesomeness for your gut and three days of horribleness for your taste buds. I’ve heard of these infamous cleanses before–people drinking nothing but lemon juice and cayenne pepper, people fasting and drinking…

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