Make Your Own! Monday link-up 1/16

Welcome to Nourishing Treasures’ Make Your Own Monday Link-Up.

I thought it would be fun for us to share our versions of store-bought foods. What are you making on your own and no longer purchasing at the store? Share here!

I am sharing my Coconut-Orange Macaroons recipe.

Link-Up Rules

1. Add a text link to the bottom of the recipe post you are sharing, or you can use the “Make Your Own Mondays” image (above).

2. All recipes are welcome as long as they don’t contain processed foods or unhealthy ingredients (no white sugar, white flour, soy, canola oil, etc.). You can also add cleaning and body care recipes as long as they contain natural/safe ingredients.

3. If you aren’t a blogger and want to share a recipe, just leave a comment with your recipe. If you have a photo you could be featured next week!

This isn’t a rule, but I enjoy it when you leave a comment letting me know what you shared.

I will be choosing my top three favorites and will feature them next week – and I can’t feature you if you haven’t linked back :(

Here are my top three faves from last week’s link-up (click through to view the recipes!):

Creamy Tomato, Sausage and Kale Soup from Easy Natural Food

Garlicky Green and Purple Sauerkraut from Natural Health and Prevention

Homemade Coconut Milk from Small Footprint Family

I also want to mention The Liberated Kitchen’s Blue Cheese Dressing, and Davette Brown’s Produce Spray

Enter your submission here (don’t forget to comment below – I always read comments!):

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Lea Harris founded Nourishing Treasures in 2006. A mom passionate about her family's health and well-being, Lea believes education is power. Encouraging others to take baby steps in the right direction of health for their families, Lea's goal is to raise awareness of what goes into our mouths and on our bodies, providing natural alternative information that promotes health and prevents disease by using traditional foods and nature's medicine.

Lea is a Certified Health Coach graduate from Beyond Organic University, and a Certified Aromatherapist graduate from Aromahead Institute.

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Make Your Own! Monday link-up 1/16 — 12 Comments

  1. I just discovered your site for the first time today! So glad I did…I know I’ll be frequenting here often. :-)

    I linked up a sausage recipe and a a tutorial on how to make your own lemon dustcloths.

    May I add your blog to the directory at Growing Home?

  2. I am sharing 2 delicous recipes for fermented Carrot Pickles and Beet Relish! They are divine!
    Sorry about the goofy pic- I must have clicked the wrong button when I was cropping- I am not at my home computer!
    Happy monday to everyone!!

  3. Hi, and thanks for hosting us today! I first linked up a post about how to make homemade butter (I make mine from raw milk). Then I saw that someone else had posted about that (so sorry!) so I linked to my favorite homemade whole wheat bread recipe! Thanks again! Blessings!

  4. Thank you for the mention for the produce spray!

    I’m back this time with Homemade Macaroni and Cheese. The whole wheat pasta is store-bought (I’m not making my own yet), but you can certainly use organic or homemade, if you dry yours (fresh would be overcooked).

    Going to check out the other recipes :o )

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