Cashew cream is a thick, pale dip — about the consistency of yogurt. An overnight soak of raw cashews makes for a creamy sauce that is delicious on its own, but can be transformed into sweet or savory options.
Lightly sweetened cashew cream can take the place of whipped cream on non-dairy desserts. The savory version can add body to vegetable-based soups, serve as a luscious dressing for roasted vegetables or grain bowls, and can even do double duty as a dip for raw vegetables.View Recipe >
Have you read the ingredients of some of those store bought mayonnaise? YUCK! Soybean oil is in every mayo on the grocery store shelf, even if it says it's made from olive oil.
You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make your own, homemade and paleo mayo with simple ingredients.
Remember, the mayo expires when your eggs expire.View Recipe >
This simple smoothie is overflowing with so many health benefits! Inflammation fighting avocado and heart healthy flaxseeds give a good dose of healthy fat. Antioxidant rich golden beets very mild and sweet compared to their red counterpart. Cara cara oranges are sweet and tangy, providing the perfect contrast to the earthy taste of beets. These oranges also load this smoothie with vitamin C and folic acid, keeping your immunity strong and heart protected.View Recipe >
Perfect for lunch or dinner, this vegetable Lo Mein is delicious! You can try a combination of vegetable noodles, but we used carrots and zucchini. Feel free to add in snap peas, sliced kale, or cabbage--really any vegetable you like! This is my favorite spiralizer--it actually sticks to my counter and does not move when working through hard vegetables like carrots or sweet potatoes.View Recipe >