GfreeDeliciously BLOG (a.k.a. "REVELATIONS")
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Running on Faith, Prayers, and Determination
At GfreeDeliciously, it truly is my greatest heart’s desire to help others find encouragement and fulfillment, learn, grow, and embrace their unique self through a balance of healthy lifestyle concepts and faith-based living. I will teach you how to make easy, healthy meals and provide practical encouragement to nourish your body and soul.
As I’m writing this, it occurred to me that some of you might be wondering, ‘What’s up with calling the blog “Revelations” anyway? It’s sort of a funny name.’
I’d have to agree; it is kind of strange. But in many more ways, the name ‘Revelations’ seems very fitting for this blog, too, first because this is the place on the website where everything in my vision coincides. And then because I live and work in an area of Central Wisconsin known as the Holylands. So I guess it makes perfect sense to me.
Anyway, here is where all the blog parts come together. In these posts, I hope to inspire, encourage, and challenge folks to eat healthy while sharing what God has taught me, both spiritually and physically over the years, to reach a healthy balance of being gluten-free.
This is the historical timeline to my recipes and all the BIG ‘Aha Moments’ where I share my bright ideas and hope to share useful advice. It’s also where I’ll pass along some nifty tips and techniques from my personal experience of getting healthier, working on getting and staying in shape, and doing it in a faith-based way. Honestly, I can tell you that it’s always been about running on faith, prayers, and determination to guide me every day.
All in all, GfreeDeliciously is created to inspire your ‘GfreeWellness’ to get you feeling fit and healthy for life, all while enjoying the journey!
Got 5 Minutes?
You will love this simple dipping sauce recipe [Fry Sauce Knock-Off] for your favorite finger foods and appetizers.
Healthy Make-Ahead Recipes to cook in January! Perfect for breaking into containers, storing in your fridge, and grabbing when time is tight (but you still want to make a healthy choice). This month’s Wildtree Cooking Collection focuses on simple, healthy, and tasty lunch and dinner prep for starting your year off simple!
With a French Influence from Herbes de Provence seasoning and earthy, rustic flavor thanks to Baby Bella mushrooms, this warm-you-up Wild Rice & Mushroom Soup is excellent for making a quick dinner, serving up last-minute when friends stop by or for bringing a wholesome meal to a family member or neighbor.
A leafy green foundation is a backdrop for seared sea scallops, seasonal pears, and toasted candied pecans to make this delicious winter salad meal. Add a finishing touch of aged Parmesan or Asiago cheese with Cranberry Poppyseed Vinaigrette for a simple, tasteful dish to make any day a cherished holiday!
From indulgent foods to multi-course meals, party prepping
(for two to a crowd), and last-minute shopping, when it’s time to refuel, try these ten easy tips to help de-stress and keep your weight stable this holiday season.
The best cookie EVER! Believe me; you’re going to love these S’more’s Cookies! This grown-up version combines the delicious trio of melty marshmallow and crunchy graham cracker, loaded into a chewy chocolate cookie with more S’mores flavor for a genuinely remarkable re-make of the American Classic S’mores you remember as a kid!
Unwrap a bundle of surprises in this recipe for Pan-Seared Pork Chops with Apples & Parsnip Pureé. Cook pork chops like a pro. Learn how to buy pork chops for pan-searing. Tips for how to pan-sear pork chops. Make the secret spice for making pork chops super delicious, and get nutritional perks too in this pork with apples and parsnip pureé recipe!
A favorite for ladies’ luncheons and summer picnics, this Cranberry Chicken Salad recipe takes on an elegant flare when served during the holiday season. Eat it on crackers as an appetizer, on a bed of crispy romaine, stylishly in lettuce cups, between slices of rye bread, or in a pita to make a sandwich for a light meal made with wholesome ingredients and a delicious dignified past.
Feasting, food, festivities, and YIKES, December already!!
If you’re like me, you’re wondering how Christmas got to be only 25 days away! Thank goodness for Wildtree and the
Home Cooked Holiday Collection.
These holiday recipes for 2020 include a meal plan for homemade holiday dinner ideas and sweet treats for making your holiday bright!
Elevate turkey to a whole new level with these super tasty, quick, and easy Sage Turkey Sliders. Topped with crunchy Apple Slaw and Cranberry Mayo, they’re the perfect healthy small Sammy for making burger nights and game days more fun!
Featuring a traditional spice blend that is the backbone of Ethiopian cooking, our Berbere Shrimp Curry recipe combines seasonal veggies, shrimp, and warm spice to make a comforting and delicious seasonal stew perfect for your Autumn table!
Knock your socks off with this Buffalo Shrimp Po Boy! Plump, crispy pan-fried shrimp piled on top a French-style baguette, topped with a jazzed up Blazin’ remoulade dressing flavored with creamy mayo, Dijon mustard, capers, and garlic to create a delicious po’boy that’ll make you think you’re dining in the French Quarter!
Take advantage of the abundance of acorn squash available this time of year with affordable, nutritious Apple & Sausage Stuffed Acorn Squash. Loaded with flavor, simple to make, fantastic for making ahead, definitely freezable, and a meal that transports and reheats beautifully – and it’s just the right food for sharing with an elderly neighbor or housebound family member too!
Use all the Autumn food recipes in this month’s meal plan to create a delicious Fall entrée perfect for a weeknight dinner, select your favorites to serve alongside a Thanksgiving food main course or make them part of your game day menu.
Portion Size vs. Serving Size:
Do you get confused?
A lot of people do. Here’s an easy way to remember the difference.
What could be better than a classic comfort food dish ready in just 20-Minutes? Try this Wildtree recipe remake for Shepherd’s Pie (a.k.a. Cottage Pie) Stuffed Potatoes with rich ground beef, gravy, and hearty vegetables stuffed in baked potatoes and topped with bright, creamy Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese!
It wouldn’t be Fall without pumpkin and a house full of happy smells! Bake up irresistible pumpkin pie flavor into these sweet, healthy, and wholesome Pumpkin Oat Breakfast Bars and get ready to start your day with homemade deliciousness!