leahcarn Posted August 22, 2014 Share Posted August 22, 2014 I'm not sure if this is the appropriate place to ask this, mods please delete if it's not appropriate. I have always been a person, and come from a family, who celebrate things with food, and I have been doing paleo for over a year and a half. Doing whole30 has made me more conscious of things I am willing to give up (random scones at morning tea), and things I am not willing to give up (hubbys 30th birthday cake). I want to set a healthy example for my family and eventual children, and yet the recipes I remember from my childhood are all very non-paleo and usually unhealthy. I want to pass on better recipes for my children. I want to be able to celebrate (outside of the times I am doing a strict whole30), with wedding cakes, and baking as a thank you, and all the other times food enriches our lives, without copping a gluten/dairy/sugar bomb, and I don't want to venture into SWYPO territory, of replacements that aren't as good as the SAD version. If I google paleo baking, they all have cups of added honey or maple syrup added, which is not IMO, any better than sugar. Can we start a recipe share of baking for special occasions, which fits the whole30 ingredient profile, with whole-foods only sweeteners, and actually taste fantastic? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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