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Rebecca Prowse
FREE Swiss Cross Bulky Hat Knitting Pattern

FREE Swiss Cross Bulky Hat Knitting Pattern

FREE Swiss Cross knitting pattern. Swiss Crosses are an obsession of mine this year. I love the message of neutrality and peace in a world so obviously divided on social media. The black and white simplicity always delights me. There is something so delicious about the classic combination and this super bulky yarn adds a modern, fun twist. 

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Rebecca Prowse
AIP Gluten Free Vegan Apple Crisp

AIP Gluten Free Vegan Apple Crisp

I love apple crisp. It's one of the things I always look forward to in the fall and when I started the Autoimmune elimination protocol to figure out what my food triggers are that cause inflammation, joint pain, migraines and a host of other health issues I thought I'd be giving this up for good. Not true at all!  Here is my favorite new dessert recipe for an AIP, gluten free, grain free, sugar free (maple syrup instead of refined sugar) and vegan apple crisp.

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Gluten and Grain Free Carob AIP Brownie Recipe

Gluten and Grain Free Carob AIP Brownie Recipe with Carob Date Caramel Topping

AIP (autoimmune protocol) friendly carob brownies with fudgy date frosting definitely hit the spot when it comes to curbing my chocolate cravings. It doesn't taste like chocolate - get that idea out of your head or you'll be disappointed. It does, however, taste pretty ok and the texture is *chef's kiss* if you ask me. It's a healthier alternative to traditional desserts and is gluten free, grain free, egg free, sugar free, nut free, and could be made vegan if you eliminate the collagen peptides.

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Rebecca Prowse
Pumpkin Pie Protein Bars Recipe for an AIP diet protocol

Pumpkin Pie Protein Bars Recipe for an AIP diet protocol

So without further ado I'm going to jump into this recipe for Pumpkin Pie Protein Bars that are AIP (anti inflammation protocol) friendly and are also fab if you're eating a paleo diet. It takes about 20 minutes to prep these and another 2 hours for them to set up in the fridge before you can mow through them. The flavor is straight up pumpkin pie and the texture is a little firmer. The real bonus is that they travel well in a ziplock or reusable silicone container because they are firm.

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