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Paleo & AIP Cherry Hand Pies that will make your Valentine’s Day Special

Autoimmune Protocol friendly Cherry Vanilla Hand Pies perfect for sharing with your loved ones this Valentine's Day | www.vibrantlifearmywife.com #AIP #glutenfree #paleo

I’m having a really difficult writing this post right now because I have a giant snuggle bug on my lap (AKA my golden retriever, Kiro) nudging my hands, trying to get me to pet him. He does this pretty much constantly because he’s a bit needy. In a cute way though. My couch is clearly not a very productive work environment, but it’s hard to be upset when you’re getting puppy snuggles.

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21 Day Sugar Detox Apple Cinnamon Macaroons [nut free & paleo]

21 Day Sugar Detox friendly Apple Cinnamon Macaroons made with homemade green applesauce | www.vibrantlifearmywife.com #21dsd #paleo #glutenfree

As you know if you’ve been keeping up with the blog lately or following me on instagram, I’m on week 2 of my 21-Day Sugar Detox. And you’ll also know that no matter what protocol I am following I like my healthy treats and don’t like feeling deprived.

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AIP Rustic Mini Apple Pies

Mini Rustic Apple Pies, guest post on The Paleo Mom | www.vibrantlifearmywife.com #AIP #glutenfree
Good morning friends! I’m just stopping by real quick today to say hello and let you all know that I am guest posting over on The Paleo Mom’s blog today. I feel so blessed to be able to share my recipe for AIP Rustic Mini Apple Pies with her readers. Head on over to her blog to get the recipe!

In vibrant health,

Kiersten

Pumpkin Pie {paleo & AIP}

A delicious pumpkin pie with a buttery, flaky crust just the way you remember it but without the gluten, grains, eggs, or nuts | www.vibrantlifearmywife.com #AIP #paleo #glutenfree #eggfree #nutfree
Some of my favorite memories from my childhood are of making pumpkin pie with my mama for Thanksgiving. Every year the Tuesday before Thanksgiving we would make two pumpkin pies, you know because you have to have lots of leftovers. And we always made it from scratch, including the crust. Well except for the pumpkin puree. We would used canned pumpkin, but I still say that’s pretty darn close to from scratch! In fact I had never even tried the roll out Pillsbury crust until I was at least 17 or 18. (I don’t feel like I missed out at all on that one).

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