Tag Archives: aip

Basic EggNO Waffles

These crispy EggNO waffles are the perfect grain free, nut free, egg free, gluten free, AIP replacement for those frozen waffles everyone seems to love so much. | www.vibrantlifearmywife.com

I’m writing to you today from Portland, OR. I know, so fun right!?!?! I’m here for the Nutritional Therapy Association‘s annual conference, to learn a whole lot about what’s new in health and nutrition, eat lots of delicious food, explore the city, and to hang out with all my awesome NTP friends. Let’s be honest, it’s mostly about the hanging out with friends and eating food. Because that’s what’s important in life right? Friends and food! Continue reading

Bacon Braised Cabbage

Bacon Braised Cabbage | www.vibrantlifearmywife.com

We’ve all heard the old adage “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” I have to say I agree with this statement for the most part. Starting your day with a good healthy breakfast helps to balance your blood sugar throughout the day, jump starts your metabolism, gives you more energy, and provides you with the nutrients needed to help you concentrate on whatever it is you need to do that day. Whether you’ve got a long day at the office or a full day of play with your kids, we all could use the extra assistance a healthy breakfast provides. Continue reading

Creamy Kohlrabi Soup with Caramelized Cabbage and Bacon

Creamy Kohlrabi Soup with Caramelized Cabbage and Bacon, a healthier alternative to your favorite potato soup. | www.vibrantlifearmywife.com #paleo #glutenfree

So I’m sitting in the LAX airport right now, AKA the worst airport in the world, waiting to board my flight home after spending the week in Southern California. I’ve got 8% battery on my laptop, I can’t find an outlet that actually works to charge it, and my plane starts boarding in about 20 minutes so I’m going to keep this short and sweet. I know, that’s so not like me 😉  Continue reading

Turkey Pot Pie Soup

Use up that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving dinner with this delicious gluten free, dairy free, and paleo Turkey Pot Pie Soup | www.vibrantlifearmywife.com

It’s the day after Thanksgiving which means it’s time to decorate for Christmas! At least that’s what we do in our house. Before we got married my husband was a strict December 1st purist, meaning he wouldn’t do anything Christmassy until December 1st. But when I was growing up we always started decorating for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving. In fact, I remember waking up on Thanksgiving morning to my dad cranking up the Christmas tunes and my mom always set the table for Thanksgiving dinner with her Christmas dishes. So I suppose the Christmas festivities started on Thanksgiving day, but the tree trimming and hall decking didn’t start until the next day. Ya, we are big into Christmas in my family. Continue reading