Shoofly pie is one of the lesser known pies derived from Amish origins. The traditional pie contains enormous amounts of sugar and other non paleo ingredients. Although not completely paleo, this pie comes pretty close and is perfect for gatherings or just a evening dessert.
1 Cup of pure molasses (the most natural you can find)
¾ teaspoon baking soda
¾ cup hot water
2 tablespoons of arrowroot powder
1 cup coconut flour
½ cup tapioca flour
4 tablespoons honey
¼ cup butter
1 Paleo Pie crust
Mix all the filling ingredients and pour into pie crust. Make sure arrowroot powder is all mixed in with no clumps. Mix coconut flour, tapioca flour, honey, and eggs. Add ¼ cup of butter, sliced and chilled, and mix in by hand until it forms little clumps. Pour crumbs on top of filling and bake at 400 degrees until the outside is firm but the center is still jiggly (about 30 minutes).
An excellent natural alternative to the food coloring filled spread you buy at the store (tastes better too!)
1 ½ cups of coconut cream or raw cows milk cream
1 cup of strawberry puree (blend one cup of frozen strawberries until smooth)
¼ cup of honey
A few dashes of stevia
Combine all ingredients in an electric mixer and mix until fluffy. Keep refrigerated until ready to use. Best if used within the same day.
I hate to call anything that isn’t meat, veggies, fruit, or nuts paleo, but these chocolate chips are as “paleo” as you can get for the excellent taste!
1 cup butter or coconut oil
1/3 cup of chocolate
½ cup of honey
1 teaspoon arrowroot powder
Melt oil in sauce pan over medium heat. Add chocolate and arrowroot powder and whisk in until all clumps are gone. Add honey and mix well. Let simmer while whisking constantly for about 5 minutes. Pour into 8” by 8” baking pan that is lined with parchment paper and refridgerate until hardened. Pull parchment paper out and cut into little squares or chunks.
Below is the easiest and fastest home remedy to cure pink eye in humans and animals.
Take a black tea bag (with no additives) and put it in 1/4 cup of very hot water. Let steep until the tea is strong. Apply the tea bag to your eye and hold there for about 2 minutes. Use some of the remaining tea as eye drops (only a few drops). Repeat twice a day and results should quickly follow.
*Note: The remedy works better when you put the tea bag on your eye at the hottest temperature you can stand without burning yourself.
These cookies won third in a county fair being judged against cookies made from wheat and sugar.
1 cup shredded coconut
1/4 cup coconut flour
1/3 cup honey
1/4 cup coconut oil or butter
1/4 cup all natural or homemade chocolate chips
Mix all ingredients except chocolate chips. Split dough into balls and put on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Press thumb into center of all the cookies. Split chocolate chips up between the cookies and put them in the center. Bake at 350 degrees until firm and golden brown.
A quick stir fry perfect for a lunch to go or an easy dinner.
Meat of choice cut into strips
Veggies of choice chopped (bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, broccoli, etc.)
honey or molasses
Oil for pan
Add oil to pan and heat to medium heat. Add strips of meat and cook until half way done. Add chopped veggies. Season to taste and add honey or molasses to taste. Done when veggies are tender.
Easy,perfect,paleo pizza or pie crust.
1 cup tapioca flour
1/4 cup coconut flour
2 tablespoons water
6 tablespoons cold butter
Mix all ingredients except butter. Cut butter into little slices and add to the dough. Mix butter in with hands until well blended. Press out with hands into greased pizza pan or pie pan. Add filling or toppings and bake. Can be used for pizza or pies.