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If you are on a Paleo, Primal, grain-free or gluten-free diet, or are just looking to replace some of the grains in your diet with some delicious alternatives, this app is for you. There are 108 recipes that are free of grains, gluten, soy, corn, legumes, and refined sugar and can also be narrowed down by whether they are nut-free, dairy-free, corn-free, egg-free, nightshade-free, and FODMAP-free.  Created by the parents of two young boys who have been on GAPS and Paleo themselves, Nourished is full of yummy, nutritious recipes that appeal to both adults and children.  

  • Created for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch

  • Features recipes from some of the most prominent bloggers in the grain-free world - Elana Amsterdam of Elana's Pantry, Vanessa Barajas of Clean Eating With a Dirty Mind, George Bryant of Civilized Caveman Cooking Creations,  Tammy Credicott of The Healthy GF Life, Cara Comini of Health, Home & Happiness, Amy Densmore of Paleo Cupboard, Sarah Fragoso of Everyday Paleo, Melissa Joulwan of The Clothes Make the Girl, Sarah Smith of Nourished and Nurtured,  and Bill Staley and Hayley Mason of The Food Lovers Kitchen

  • Also features over 40 new recipes from the app creators, all free of grains, gluten, refined sugar, soy, and legumes

  • Recipes include items like Lavender Hazelnut Cookies, Raspberry Chipotle Meatloaf, Butternut Squash Galettes, and Brussels Sprouts with Apples, Shallots, and Pistachios

  • Ability to see recipes and instructions in both US Measurements and Metric

  • Switch between several serving sizes per recipe

  • Cooked History feature which keeps a running history of the recipes you have cooked.  Never wonder again “What was that recipe I made last month?”

  • Cooking Queue feature which allows you to queue up specific recipes to try before marking them as favorites.  Could also alternatively be used as a weekly grocery planner where you can queue up the recipes you want to make that week

  • Interactive shopping list which allows you to view items by Recipe and Store Aisle and then email them

  • Add your own notes to each recipe

  • A comprehensive Resources section which shows you where to get many of the items you’d want on a grain-free diet

  • Recipes searchable by ingredient and name, course, specific allergen (nut, egg, dairy, nightshade, FODMAP), season, time to make, whether they are freezable for later use, and whether they are portable for easy on-the-go snacking  

  • The only sweeteners used are honey and maple syrup (either can be used according to your preferences and dietary restrictions)

  • Currently the only dairy used is butter/ghee but most recipes include a conversion to a non-dairy alternative

  • All recipes suitable for those following the principles of Weston A. Price


Here's where you'll find the latest news and information about the Nourished App along with new recipes (that aren't necessarily in the app).


Pork Chops with Bacon Fig Sauce

Nourished App

I am working hard on the October update for the app and will be adding some new features this month too like the ability to filter recipes by whether they are sweetener-free. I have had quite a few requests for this so will be adding that in as well as allowing you to figure out what the newly added recipes are after you've already gone through the initial "New This Month" screen.

As for this new recipe (which will be added to the app in October), I have been obsessed with figs this year for some reason.  Not really sure why I have never really cooked with them prior to this year, but I've sure made up for lost time. Every time I walk into the grocery store they beckon to me and I have made jams, the Apple Peach Fig Bars, and sauces.  My favorite though is this sauce below.  Sweet (just from the figs themselves, no added sweeteners) and savory, it is the perfect accompaniment to a nicely browned pork chop. This can easily be made for a weeknight supper but yet elevates it to a wonderful meal to enjoy during the colder days of autumn.  

Serves: 4

Prep time: 20 min   Total time:  40 min


Pork Chops with Bacon Fig Sauce by Nourished App

1 tbs (15 mL) Lard or Coconut Oil

1 Shallot or Small Red Onion, diced*

2 slices Bacon

1.25 lbs (600 g) fresh Figs, quartered, with stems removed

1 Orange, zested

1 Lemon, juiced

2 tbs (30 mL) Balsamic or Red Wine Vinegar

1 tsp (5 mL) fresh Rosemary, chopped finely

1/4 tsp (1.25 mL) Salt

4 Pork Chops

To Taste Salt and Pepper


1.  In a large cast iron pan, cook the bacon slices. Remove the bacon from the pan and set aside.  Keep the bacon fat in the pan. 

2. In a separate large saucepan, melt the lard or coconut oil.  (Skip this step if following FODMAP-free diet) .

3. Add the diced shallots or onions to the saucepan and cook until translucent. (Skip this step if following FODMAP-free diet). 

4. Cut the bacon into small pieces. 

5. Add the figs, orange zest, lemon juice, vinegar, rosemary, salt, and bacon pieces into the saucepan with the onions.  Also pour off approximately half of the bacon grease from the cast iron pan into the saucepan as well.

6. Simmer the fig mixture, stirring occasionally, for approximately 20 minutes, until the figs have softened and broken down a bit.

7. Meanwhile, heat the cast iron pan back up again over medium-high heat.   If there isn't much bacon fat left in the pan (you need just enough to cover), add some lard or coconut oil as well.

8. Generously season the pork chops with the salt and pepper and add to the preheated cast iron pan. 

9. Cook the pork chops 5-7 minutes each side, depending on the thickness. 

10. Serve the pork chops with a generous serving each of the fig sauce.


 *If you are on a low or no-FODMAP diet, just remove the shallots/onions.