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About Cassie

An expert in the area of Celiac Disease, Cassie works a great deal with individuals suffering from food allergies and sensitivities, autoimmune conditions, and digestive health concerns. Much of the foundation for all her recipes is based off Paleo principles which result in a rejuvenating whole food, gluten free, grain free, dairy free, soy free, additive free, preservative free, chronic illness free diet.

This is another favorite in our home (I feel like I say that about a lot of my recipes but seriously… THIS one is yummy!). Back before baby number 2 joined our family, I’d actually take the time to make a dairy-free cauliflower crust for......

Can somebody please explain to me why store-bought kale chips are so dang expensive? Seriously people! $6 for a little carton of dried kale? Surely I’m not the only one who thinks this is insane?… But I digress. Today I bring you kale chips!… Not......

One of my passions is working with parents to educate and encourage their children to make healthier food choices. Typically the older the children are, the more difficult this process ends up being. This recipe is a spin off of my Green Tigernut Muffins (recipe found......

Like many of my “recipes” this isn’t really a recipe at all, but more of an idea for a quick and healthy dinner. This little number takes about 15 minutes to throw together (longer if you’re super ambitious and actually marinate the meat) and another......

First of all- what kind of a name is “coleslaw”? That really doesn’t sound like something I want in my tummy. Thus, I thought about calling this “Keto Slaw” but that also sounds quite unappealing. But, while the name “coleslaw” isn’t great, this recipe is......

Looking for new and exiting ways to sneak some extra veggies into your kid’s diet? Look no further than these Tigernut Muffins. While I understand that many probably don’t have Tigernut flour in their pantries, I’m hoping this will change after reading this recipe (note-......

This low carb Paleo Fried Rice uses cauliflower in place of rice but still has all of the normal add-ins needed for a delicious dinner (or any meal really). You can rice your own cauliflower or make your life easier and just grab a bag......

The first time I served this dish to the hubs (aka Dr. Kremer) he exclaimed (before even trying the dish) “Wow chicken and artichokes! Two of my favorite foods in one dish! I think you nailed it with this one”. We’ve since tried the dish…......

While this recipe may look a little more time-consuming, it actually took me about 30 minutes to whip up the last time I made it. AND with riced cauliflower in place of grains and grass fed beef for protein, its a wonderful low carb, high......

Disclaimer- I’m not an expert on jambalaya or Cajun food so if you’re expecting this to taste like your Aunt Jamima’s famous Cajun jambalaya you might be a little disappointed. However, if you’re expecting a darn good, healthy Paleo meal to add a little spice and......