Make Your Own! Monday link-up 2/27

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 Cinnamon Apple Butternut Soup 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!):

Cranberry, Carrot and Celery Slaw from Easy Natural Food

Almond Ginger Chocolate Cake from Fox in the Kitchen

Cultured Honey Mustard Dressing from Natural Health and Prevention

And also check out Fermented Roasted Red Pepper Hummus.

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.

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Make Your Own! Monday link-up 2/27 — 16 Comments

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  4. Thanks for hosting and featuring my Cultured Dressing Recipe. Today I posted an easy homemade almond milk. Glad to join you on the Nourished Network and look forward to looking through your blog!

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  7. Hi Lea,
    Thank you for featuring my Almond Ginger Chocolate Cake. It was my first time trying a ginger and chocolate combo…now I’m hooked!
    Thanks for hosting this link-up. I will be back later to add my Blueberry Buckwheat Pancakes for Two.
    Laureen

  8. Hi Lea! Today is Occupy our Food Supply Day. This link-up embodies that, since making your own means not supporting Big Food. I shared a recipe that was as quick and close to Aunt Jemima’s “recipe” as I could get: Perfect Pancakes.

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  10. I forgot to comment when I added my link – Whole Wheat Bread.
    It is a bread machine recipe, but if you have a good mixer that can handle whole grain dough, you could mix it with that and bake in the oven. It’s done when an instant read thermometer says 180-190F. If you have a big mixer, like a Mix-and Blend or Bosch, you could even triple or quadruple the recipe. (It is also very good made with whole spelt for those that can’t tolerate wheat.)

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