3 Ingredient Best EVER Bean Dip 35 Minute No Wait No Rise Stromboli (AKA How to Make Rolled Pizza) Alfredo Philly Cheesesteak Pizza Aloha Meatball Pineapple Subs Asian Burger with Hoisin Ketchup & Garlic Chili Mayo Bacon Pepper Jack Hushpuppies with Sweet Chili Dijon Dip Bacon Ranch Pepper Jack Pull Apart Bread Baked Buffalo Popcorn... Read More »
For a healthy, crunchy, salty snack on Phase 1 or 3, popped sorghum is wonderful. Naturally gluten-free, these little guys pop up just like popcorn. You can make your own at home by purchasing popping sorghum (it's important to buy the kind specifically meant for popping). You can also find easy-to-carry mini bags of popped sorghum on ShopHayliePomroy.com.
Have a sweet tooth but don't want to blow your diet? These rich and decadent desserts use sugar substitutes to eliminate added sugar and help you keep your blood sugar in check. You don't need added sugar to make a sweet and tasty dessert. Receipes include Creamy Milk Chocolate Pie, Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge, Chocolate Cream Puffs, Strawberry Pie, Pecan Pie and more. diabeticconnect.com #diabetes #desserts #sugarfree
Since my husband was knee-high to a grasshopper, sorghum popcorn balls have ushered in fall. Some call sorghum popcorn balls “old fashioned,” but here in the Appalachias, we call it standard Halloween fare. For generations, Kentucky farmers have been producing nutrient rich and naturally gluten free crops of sorghum and pressing it into a thick, …