Enjoy these tasty oatmeal squares warm, at room temperature or even cold for breakfast or a snack. Steel-cut oats baked like this will retain much of their crunch; if you’d like softer oats, combine the almond milk and oats in a medium bowl and let soak for several hours or overnight before assembling the bars.View Recipe >
Vegan Frittatas! We use chickpea (garbanzo bean) flour, which is high in protein and fiber in place of the eggs. It cooks up egg-like and custardy when mixed with water and baked. You can find chickpea flour in the specialty flour sections of your regular grocery store. Don't leave out the nutritional yeast--it adds an important cheesey note in these little bites!View Recipe >
Eggplant bacon is here for the health-minded individuals who still want their bacon fix.
While this recipe is a great meat-free alternative to bacon for vegetarians, we think it has universal appeal for those looking to eat a little healthier. Try this plant-based "bacon" in your next BLT, and you just might soon be converted.View Recipe >
This breakfast has the vitamin-packed ingredients you'll need to get you through the day. Eggs promote thyroid function and spinach contains iron, which helps boost energy. Not only are these mini frittatas perfect for a quick make-ahead breakfast, but they also make for a great pre or post workout snack.View Recipe >