Cheesy Sausage Potatoes, Real Ranch Dressing, and Creamy Avocado Dip (Harvest Your Health)
I just HAVE to be sure you all check this out and see the incredible value that it is. And after maybe 1 more post, you won’t hear about it again, promise!
Normally priced at
$1037, this group of 71 E-books, 3 Meal Plan subscriptions, 3 Online magazine subscriptions and 21 product/food discount codes is ONLY $37 until Mon., Oct 14th. This “Harvest Your Health” bundle sale is an incredible deal!
I have one of the bundles and I have some new favorites I wanted to highlight. It’s so fun to start going through the books and pulling out new info and recipes!
To see the ENTIRE list of books/services included and to investigate them further you can click the button below to learn more (be prepared to be overwhelmed and blown away – in a good way!):
Here are my 3 favorites so far:
(I have 67 more books to look through yet!)
1.”Crock On” by Stacy Meyers
Next, I want to try the Cheesy Sausage Potatoes <——–CLICK for a sneak peek and the recipe that Stacy is willing to share with all of you!
And after that, I’ll probably try these Honey Baked Apples and Pears….yum! ————>
2. “Restocking the Pantry”, by Kresha Faber
I am looking forward to making my own ketchup (it looks pretty easy, actually), mayonnaise and this REAL RANCH DRESSING. The author said I could share this recipe with you! I hope you’ll check out this book and all the others in this bundle sale. There are SO MANY great things in it!
REAL Ranch Dressing:
(Makes approximately 1 1/2 cups)
This kid-favorite salad dressing and dip features fresh herbs and nutrient-dense eggs. It’s a crowd-pleaser whether you’re serving it to toddlers at lunch or next to a crudité platter at an all-adult party. And here’s a time-saving tip: this recipe starts by making fresh mayonnaise, so if you’re in a hurry or would prefer to use your favorite store-bought mayonnaise, just substitute 1 cup of mayonnaise in place of the egg yolk, vinegar, and olive oil.
1 pastured egg yolk
1 1/2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
2 cloves of garlic, minced
1/4 cup cultured buttermilk or sour cream
1/4 cup (combined) minced fresh herbs (parsley, dill, & chives)
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1/2 teaspoon unrefined sea salt
1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil or sunflower oil
2 tablespoons fresh whey OR sauerkraut brine (optional)
Combine the egg yolk with the apple cider vinegar, garlic, buttermilk, herbs, black pepper and sea salt in a blender or food processor. You may also whisk this by hand, but it will take the fortitude of an ox.
Pulse one or two times to mix ingredients. Then, with the motor running, slowly pour in the olive oil until the dressing is well-emulsified.
Stir in the fresh whey and let the dressing sit at room temperature for about six hours before moving to the refrigerator.
The author describes her book by saying: “Helping you turn the veggies you want to serve into the veggies they want to eat. Featuring 10+ veggies in over 150 pages of recipes, nutrition and storage information for veggies that many of us grew up eating out of a can.”
Love it! To be honest, I haven’t tried any recipes yet, but this is one of the next ones on my list – looks like a great snack option for kids. (which mom isn’t looking for more of those?!).
Shared with permission from the author, here it is:
Avocado Dipping Sauce
The author says, “My kids love to dip vegetables. However, this dip they usually finish with a spoon and beg for more. I am fine with this; it is incredibly healthy — full of avocado, probiotics via cultured dairy, and healthy fats for growing bodies. At least I use it as a dip! I usually serve it with vegetables or meatballs.
1⁄4 cup sour cream
The juice of one lemon or lime
Water or milk
1⁄2 teaspoon salt
1⁄2 teaspoon garlic powder OR 1 clove finely minced garlic
Mash the avocados, add the rest of the ingredients and whisk until fully combined. Ideally let sit for 30 minutes to let the flavors mingle (but I am never patient enough for that). This is a dense dip. If you want it a little thinner for more delicate dipping items, thin with a few tablespoons of water or milk.
***In addition, I am really looking forward to the practical advice and information in this mostly non-food book called “A Practical Guide to Children’s Health.
♦ food issues like allergies, snack ideas and recipes
♦ health topics like vaccines, prescriptions, fevers, boosting the immune system, common childhood illnesses and how to deal with them, sleep problems, when to call the Dr.
♦ environmental topics like bedding, personal care products, television and schooling
To check out these 4 books mentioned above and to learn more and/or purchase the ENTIRE bundle of 71 e-books plus more,
please CLICK HERE.
You’ll be glad you did!
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