Friday, August 2nd, 2013

Omnivore Food Journal

by Kristen Suzanne in food journal, ice cream, omnivore

Kamea has been weaning from breastfeeding for the past few months. As a result I’ve noticed my appetite has decreased a bit. It’s weird… I spent the past four years shoveling food in my mouth at every chance, and now I actually go more than 3 hours without food. You’d think life would be easier, yet I find myself spending more time in the kitchen than ever.

Homemade White Chocolate Strawberry Ice Cream

Homemade White Chocolate Strawberry Ice Cream



  • Poached Eggs and cooked carrots with grass fed butter drizzled on top
  • Homemade White Chocolate Strawberry Ice Cream (raw eggs, cacao butter, grass fed butter, strawberries, etc).
  • Iced Herbal Tea


  • Slow Cooker Grass fed Beef Tongue (sounds so weird… recipe coming)
  • Cauliflower Carrot Puree (recipe coming)

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Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Berry Princess Ice Cream (Recipe)

by Kristen Suzanne in blueberries, ice cream, raw eggs, recipe

We make a lot of ice cream in our house so I hope you’re ready to be bombarded with ice cream recipes. Ok, I won’t go too crazy on you, but making ice cream has got to be one of the easiest things to do. And, it’s super fun if you have kids.

Fruity Princess Ice Cream

Berry Princess Ice Cream

So, if you don’t have an ice cream maker then do yourself a favor and buy one. I wish I hadn’t waited so long to get one. We use ours once a week, if not more. Sometimes we have ice cream for breakfast because it’s appropriate and healthy the way I make it (eggs, fruit, and butter? why not?!). Here’s my dream ice cream maker… Cuisinart ICE-100 Compressor Ice Cream Maker. Greg, if you’re reading this… hint hint.

Today’s recipe is full of organic berries, coconut oil, and grass fed butter. Oh, and some raw pastured organic eggs. If you’re uneasy about having raw pastured organic eggs then you can omit them and play with the recipe. Honestly, sometimes I think it’s not a big deal at all and other times I naturally can’t help but wonder. If I do raw eggs, it’s only if they’re fresh, pasture raised, and organic. I wash the outside of them, too.

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