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Gluten free and paleo-friendly treats for everyone
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    Poor fries. This time of year, especially, they really get a bad rap. Everyone is trying to clean up their diets to recover from the holidays or start the new year off right, and poor fries are tossed aside like yesterday’s trash. While I totally get the logic behind laying off the traditional – starchy,...

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    The post Baked Shoestring Carrot Fries with Za’atar appeared first on A Clean Bake.


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    Maple roasted turnips are complemented by salty bacon and crispy shallots, and this easy one-pan dish is a perfect side dish or brunch! When you were a kid, did you ever read those American Girl books? Molly was my favorite. That was, of course, back in the day when there were only 3 AG dolls,...

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  • 03/01/16--05:00: Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup
  • Rich and creamy pumpkin sage soup is exactly what you need to get through the last freezing days of winter! How was your weekend? It was crazy warm here. Not warm-warm. Not warm like Mexico warm (my family facetime’d me from Mexico wearing shorts and it made me very jealous), but definitely very Chicago-in-February warm....

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  • 03/15/16--05:00: Green Meatballs
  • I’ve never been one for green beer (or really any beer), and I’ve seen the Chicago River dyed green enough times in my life that it has lost its novelty completely and sort of skeeves me out, actually. I’m not Irish, and I always forget about St. Patrick’s Day until Pinterest blows up with neon...

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  • 03/24/16--05:00: Homemade Pad Thai
  • If you haven’t already, go ahead and cancel your dinner plans. That’s right, go ahead. I’ll wait. This homemade pad Thai is SO much better than whatever you had in your meal plan. A number of you who answered the reader survey (if you haven’t yet, it’s not too late! Your responses are always helpful!)...

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  • 03/31/16--05:00: Carrot Orange Bread
  • I can personally attest to the fact that this carrot orange bread is killer. It’s awesome fresh out of the oven, it’s a winner for breakfast, and it’s an absolute gem topped with  almond butter and dark chocolate chips. But don’t take my  word for it: take my experience eating nine loaves of this for it....

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    I’ll bet you were wondering why I posted nothing but that simple spice mix on Tuesday, because what do I do with a jar of mixed spices? Nah, just kidding. I know you guys are way more competent than that. What have you made (or do you plan to make) with it? I’m all for...

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    The post Jerk Salmon with Radicchio Blueberry Slaw and Sherry Vinaigrette appeared first on A Clean Bake.


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    I’m not sure at what point I shifted from cooking for myself and sharing with you to cooking for you, like a virtual dinner (dessert) party,  but I certainly don’t mind. I’d love to have you over for a real-world dinner party, but since my house currently lacks a dining room table, and it would...

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    The post Chocolate Chunk Zucchini Bread (Grain Free, Dairy Free, Paleo) appeared first on A Clean Bake.


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    I’m desperately searching for inspiration about how to tell you about these muffins and  I’m having the toughest time. They’re so simple, yet so incredible. They’re so (seemingly) nondescript, but so moist, flavorful, and bursting with fresh, vibrant fruit and veggie flavors. They’re the perfect back to school snack. And they’re the perfect snack to...

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    The post Zucchini Apple Banana Muffins (plus a Simple Mills Giveaway!) appeared first on A Clean Bake.


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  • 09/08/16--05:00: Salmon Nicoise Salad
  • It wasn’t so much a moment, or even a day, but a gradual creep. Things – every day things, that I never used to think twice about – have gotten harder and more taxing little by little until one day I realized “oh shit. This is what everyone’s been talking about.” I still don’t feel...

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    Look! I got my act together and made us a Thanksgiving recipe! Granted, it’s another side dish, but who doesn’t need another side dish idea the upcoming week for when you realize [insert way that things didn’t go to plan this week, as it never does for anyone every year]. No worries. I totally have you...

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    The post Acorn Squash Galette with Caramelized Onions and Thyme appeared first on A Clean Bake.


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  • 03/16/17--05:00: Radish Greens Pesto
  • There are plenty of pesto recipes on this site, sure, but this one is probably my favorite. Not necessarily because it tastes better than the others – they’re all good – but because I love the idea of repurposing something that would otherwise become trash. It’s like edible upcycling, if you will. Wait, I’m horribly...

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  • 06/08/17--05:00: Paleo Orange Creamsicles
  • These paleo orange creamsicles use real orange juice to recreate a dairy free and naturally sweetened version of the childhood favorite! It’s another one-post week, guys. I have had family visiting 3 weeks in a row now, which means less time for cooking and more excuses to go out for meals and sometimes that’s just… necessary....

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    This easy from scratch guacamole is can be made in minutes using your food processor! This recipe is an another old one (as in: it’s been on the site before, but is now new and improved!), but does good guacamole that takes literally no – ok very little – effort ever really go out of...

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    The post Guacamole in the Food Processor appeared first on A Clean Bake.


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    Easy Marinated Onions with sumac will be your secret weapon for elevating any dish. Try them on salads, sandwiches, burgers and more! While, on the surface, a post called “easy marinated onions” may seem like filler content for a week when I have run out of ideas, let me be the first to assure you...

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