Salmon Fishballs with Herby Spinach Sauce and Cauli-Squash Mash {AIP}

salmon fishballs with herby sauce - Healing Family Eats

So. If this recipe isn’t the definition of ‘nutrient density’, then I honestly don’t know what is. (Well I could have slipped in some liver, I guess!) I love, love, love salmon and get excited when I see it in my local market, price falling ever lower as the season progresses and I’m truly incapable of walking by without picking up a long fillet of sockeye! I have to say whenever I eat it (which obviously is an awful lot), I really feel like I’m giving my body an enormous gift. A little over the top in sentiment, yeah ok I agree, but it’s true all the same!… 

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Salmon Fishballs with Herby Spinach Sauce and Cauli-Squash Mash {AIP}

So. If this recipe isn’t the definition of ‘nutrient density’, then I honestly don’t know what is. (Well I could have slipped in some liver, I guess!) I love, love, love salmon and get excited when I see it in my local market, price falling ever lower as the season progresses and I’m truly incapable… 

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Plum Crumble {AIP} - Healing Family Eats

Plum Crumble {AIP}

I would happily eat crumble for my last meal. I really would .. well, that or apple pie and preferably both now I come to think of it! Oh and I’d want at least another couple of courses too, obviously! I have fond memories of eating a lot of fruit crumbles when I was growing up…. 

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Celeriac + Pear Soup {AIP}

Celeriac and Pear Soup {AIP}

I do realise I’m luckier than a lot in that my children are great eaters but all the same I have the odd challenge with getting them enthusiastic about certain things. If you’ve been hanging out here for a wee while you’ll know that Challenge Number 1 is ‘the dreaded’ salmon. Number 2 is soups.

Roasted Cinnamon Pear Oatmeal {AIP}

Roasted Cinnamon Pear ‘Oatmeal’ – {AIP}

I don’t want to go all stereotypically British and keep harping on about the weather, but I finally succumbed to a jumper the other day. That’s really a sweater, for my North American pals, my days of wearing what we Brits call a pinafore dress have been over since third grade, you know.