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Sweet Remedy is a food and lifestyle blog that focuses on alternative baking with a penchant for whole grain, dairy free, vegan and gluten free recipes.

Hello! I’m glad that you somehow made your way to Sweet Remedy. Cyberspace is a vast land filled with memes, jokes and photos but you made it here to my tiny corner of the Interwebs. So welcome! If this is your first time here, I thought I’d take some time to explain what Sweet Remedy is all about.

Sweet Remedy is a food and lifestyle blog that focuses on alternative baking with a penchant for whole grain, dairy free, vegan and gluten free recipes. Most of the recipes here are easy to understand. I do my best to make things clear and simple! If something doesn’t make sense or you need some clarification, feel free to leave a comment on the post or contact me privately, I’m happy to help!

Since it took me some time to figure out where I wanted to take this blog I’ve highlighted some dates that may be helpful while navigating this site:

After April 2015: All of the recipes posted at the end of April 2015 and beyond are filled with nutrient dense whole grains, non-hydrogenated oils and can be vegan, dairy free or gluten free. Not all of the recipes fit all of the categories at once and that is important to note.

Before April 2015: All of the recipes before April 2015 are what I like to call “everyday” recipes that don’t really follow a clear guideline and are sort of all over the place. Here you will find your main dishes, appetizers, snacks and desserts that use all-purpose flour. If you’ve become a regular reader of Sweet Remedy after April 2015 and come across a recipe that doesn’t quite fit within the healthy baking niche, this is why.

Ways to Navigate Sweet Remedy

Recipes

To view a huge index of recipes, head over to the Recipe Index. Here you can sift through five years worth of recipes by categories such as ice cream, cocktails/booze, breakfast or vegetarian. Surely there will be something that you’ll like.

Posts are also sorted by date. If you want to see what I posted in July 2014 or June 2012, you can do that while on the Recipe Index page as well. This is a good way to navigate to the new posts that focus on making dessert healthier.

If there is a specific ingredient you are looking for you can browse recipes by food. Need inspiration for bacon recipes? Click on the bacon ingredient tag! What about carrots or cherries? You got it! Need ideas to use up all of the walnuts you just bought? Here you go.

Newest Posts

Go Home: Click on the “Sweet Remedy” logo which will take you back to the home page. Or simple click “home” on the top menu. Here you will find the most recent posts and recipes.

Search

If you are looking for something really specific that I haven’t mentioned here you can effectively type it in to the search bar found on the top right hand side of this page. Go ahead, type something like Irish Soda Bread French Toast or  Pistachio Walnut Butter.

Social Media:

I’m all over the web. If you want to connect with me, the best way to do so is to leave a comment on any post. But if you’d rather tweet me via Twitter or say hello on Instagram, please feel free to do so! I’d actually love it. If you make anything from this blog and want to share a photo of it, please tag it with #sweetremedyblog

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Disclaimer:
When I say that a baked good is “healthy” just keep in mind I mean that the ingredients used have more nutritional value and take longer to digest, such as whole wheat flour vs. all-purpose flour. I also do not wish to imply that one lifestyle choice (gluten free, vegan, dairy free, nut free, whole grain) is healthier than another. Everyone must make their own choices when it comes to the food they consume, let’s respect those choices.

Please do not take anything I say on this blog for hard and fast medical advice and remember to seek guidance from a health care professional.

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