Pumpkin Creme Brulee

Creme Brulee (burnt creme) has been around for a few hundred years and is originally from France, but didn’t become super popular until the 1980’s. It is usually made with heavy creme, but we are offering it to you with coconut milk and much less sweet. As this beautiful Fall/Winter season is upon us it…

Guest Post: Coffee – The Healthy Choice We Can Make Every Day

A balanced lifestyle can benefit mind, body, and spirit.  Making the right choices each day in what we put into our bodies not only determines how we feel, but how much energy we have. The same goes when we discuss what we are contributing to our health, rather than taking from it.  Local, organic vegetables,…

Poppy Seed Banana Torte

We love poppy seed anything, and wanted to share an easy, but delicious torte that you can make for your family or for a gift to bring to a friends house. With the holiday season slowly approaching, it will be nice to have another healthy choice on the dinner table. This will surely make it…

Almond Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies

Have you ever wanted to bring something homemade to your friend’s house or a function, but decided not to because you thought it would take too long to make? Well now you’ll have a very easy, quick and super delicious recipe to whip up into a batch. Ingredients: 2 cups of almond meal 2 1/2…

Zwetschkenknoedel Nutty Kitchen Style

YUMMM! That’s all we can say. I grew up eating these all the time, but they were made with flour. The end of summer is perfect for these as the European plums are in season and they have just the perfect ripeness and flavor. The original dumplings are made with dough from flour and are…

Lemon Squares

We love these lemon squares from Elana’s Pantry, bu we did modify them quite a bit to suit our much less sweet palate and overall palate. Thank you Elana! This recipe yields about 48 squares For the crust you will need: 3 cups almond meal pinch of sea salt 4 tbsps coconut oil 1 tbsp…

Cardamom Coconut Cream Custard

In the previous post we made these awesome macaroons, but ended up with 8 left over egg yolks, hmmmm…what to do? We decided to turn these great yolks into a custard that is very different in taste and ingredients from our previously posted Vanilla Custard. This is a powerhouse dessert or quick breakfast after your…

Coconut & Yogurt Macaroons

Our dear friend Rich shared his mom’s old German recipe with us. Frau Christine Schaus Hybner inspired this amazing treat. Vielen Dank Frau Hybner! We have modified this recipe beyond recognition, but would not have put it together without her. So here it is enjoy! Frau Hybner, we owe you a batch and Rich, thank…

Walnut Torte

I cannot tell you what a pleasure it has been to have had my mom and dad visit. My mom has shared a few amazing recipes with me from Europe. This is a new one that she developed this past year with walnuts from their tree, which she brought for this recipe. This is a…

Coconut Flour Pie Crust for Pumpkin Pie

This is the same pumpkin pie filling as the Perfect Paleo Pumpkin Pie from last year. We have one small modification to the last year’s pie…We only go to a little over 1/4 cup of sweetener instead of 1/2 cup. We’ve made the change on the original recipe page.  Here are the ingredients for the…

Recipe Index

Hello Nutty Kitchen fans and friends! We’ve been sharing and serving up tasty dishes for well over a year now, and have been meaning to make things a lot easier for you to find. Many of you have provided us with amazing comments and suggestions we thank you for that. Please keep your comments and…

Chilled Lemon Creme

It’s lemon harvest time and we’re trying to figure out different and interesting ways to use our lemons from our tree. It’s unusual for us to post two dessert dishes in a row, but I just could not resist. It’s starting to warm up here in AZ and Summer is slowly approaching, with that said,…