Thursday, November 14, 2013

Real Food Fridays #13 Link Up

Thanks to all those who share, and come back to share, and if you are new here, welcome we are glad to have you. Every week I am finding great new recipes to try, and pinning to my various boards.

Remember the only rules are family friendly, and no GMO junk. While you might be baking/cooking from scratch your ingredients could still be genetically modified. We started this link up to help others transition from GMO junk to real food (organic) along with sharing our homemade real food recipes.

It’s Your Life

Please grab the button and place it somewhere on your site, so others might find us also. While the link up is small at this time it is one of the most popular posts on my blog.

Show some love and check out the other blogs, there are some great and unique recipes being posted here, and let them know you followed them from Real Food Fridays. I don't know about you, but I love knowing how others found me.

Your hosts are Mary from Back to the Basics, and Mary's Kitchen along with Joyce from It's Your Life.

                     Your co-hosts are

Every week it gets harder to choose features, but this week I decided to go with, oh I don't know.

Okay some that really stood out was the Gluten Free Banana Pudding, from the Seasonal Homemaker. I love banana pudding and since we started eating real food tapioca is the only pudding we have had, so I'm happy to have this recipe.

I love dips, and the fact that this recipe uses sunflower seeds as the base. Sprouted Sunflower Pate from A Life Unprocessed.

If you have been featured on any of the blogs hosting/co-hosting this link up your post will be pinned to the Real Food Fridays board on Pintrest.


  1. Great idea! Thanks for sharing... it is so hard to go natural sometimes!

  2. Thank you for hosting this wonderful linkup! Have a great weekend!

  3. Thanks for hosting again! Have a great weekend.

  4. Hello there! Newest follower through GFC. I just linked up too ;-)I invite you to participate in my linky party and blog hop if you'd like Have a great day!

  5. I don't have any foodie recipes but I'm always looking for new ones to try!

  6. That looks freaking delicious!! Especially the banana puddin'! Can't wait to try. Cute blog, I have a soft spot for homeschoolers. I tried it last year but it didn't end the way I hoped. Plus I just really want to spell home schooler as one word and it's not correct. That alone disqualifies me ;).

  7. Jen, thanks for visiting, some homeschoolers spell as one word others as two. Like you I like to spell it as one word. Some times there is more than one way to do things.

  8. Yes, Erica, it is hard for some to know where to start thus the motivation for this link up. Please come visit again the link up happens every week.

  9. Vivian, thanks for visiting and the invite, will stop by.

  10. Julie, that is fine if you have nothing to share, we hope you will find some new recipes to try, come by again. I have pinned alot of great real food recipes since starting the link up.