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    Adapted from a recipe by my Paleopal, Karen Tecce. It's called breakfast casserole but we eat it all day long!

    Recipe #517001

    Created by my husband and co-chef, Jim when we wanted an easy Sunday night recipe with a hint of our old home - Thailand.

    Recipe #516962

    Any fruit will do - berries, apples, whatever you like. I wrote the recipe for berries because I had to choose, but I've made it often with apples and peaches as well. This recipe is adapted for the Thermomix from balancedbites.com

    Recipe #516532

    Taken from balancedbites.com and modified only slightly. This is so easy it is almost unbelievable!

    Recipe #516474

    If you leave out the maple syrup this is technically OK for W30 - but it's a big fruit hit, so I'd keep away until day 31.

    Recipe #516467

    Here's the thing: This recipe is 100% W30 if you leave out the liquid smoke (which contains molasses). I like the smokiness - so I add it anyway. The 8 or 10 drops of liquid smoke throughout the entire quart or so of BBQ sauce doesn't feel like an issue to me. But if you are super strict, then leave out the liquid smoke. Your sauce will still be a gazillion times better than grocery store junk. I make my own date paste, apple sauce and tomato paste (recipes sited) so I need 2 days to make this sauce. If you purchase those ingredients you can make the sauce in one quick hour. I adapted this recipe from Thehealthyfoodie.com

    Recipe #516436

    Almost too easy to call a recipe.

    Recipe #516361

    Taken from the heathyfoodie.com. Super easy in the Thermomix. Pretty darn easy in a blender or food processor.

    Recipe #516358

    Based on a recipe from Jamie Oliver. So yummy you won't miss the tortillas!

    Recipe #516274

    Easy enough - and no added yucky stuff. Based on a recipe from primalpalate.com

    Recipe #516266

    Taken from: Ourpaleolife.com I can't find compliant sausage here, so I just use ground beef, or pork, or turkey or whatever and then add a little more spice to oomph it up.

    Recipe #516264

    Is this even a recipe? It's so easy. It's so yummy. Perhaps a bit of a SWYPO, so be careful. Taken from" thehealthyfoodie.com

    Recipe #516243

    Taken from Nom Nom Paleo - I just changed the spices a teensy bit.

    Recipe #516239

    Hot and spicy! This is a recipe from Nom Nom Paleo. She says it will punch your food in the face, and she is right! adjust the heat by using fewer chills - or by cutting out the ribs and seeds - or in my case by using MORE chills and leaving IN the ribs and seeds.

    Recipe #516216

    This gravy is made from broth and veggies only. Based on a recipe from NomNom Paleo. I used Chicken broth as my base, but of course any broth will do - it just depends on what you're serving for dinner.

    Recipe #516185

    Homemade mayo that is W30 compliant, and delicious. Using the immersion blender makes this recipe easy. I like a lot of salt - you may want to cut back to 1/2 a tsp if you are salt sensitive.

    Recipe #516095

    Adapted from Nomnompaleo. The original calls for ground beef only. I decided to use half beef and half pork - it tastes Asianier. And, of course, I adapted the recipe for the Thermomix which makes all things better brighter and easier in the kitchen!

    Recipe #515064

    This was taken from the youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pTQvU2qxpc I cut the amount of sugar in half and added a little salt.

    Recipe #514240

    From Epicurious.com I love that this recipe has so few ingredients. Gluten-free, grain-free doesn't have to mean complicated and full of impossible to find ingredients. Although, I did use both my Kitchen-Aid and my Thermomix - so maybe just a teensy bit complicated…

    Recipe #514189

    Taken almost verbatim from Balanced Bites - Diane Sanfilippo's fabulous blog.

    Recipe #514147

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