Sweet Treat Recipes
Here’s a fun treat and a great way to get the nutritious chia seed into your diet! As your nut milk simmers on the stove, it is flavored with cocoa powder, cinnamon, ginger and turmeric, and then sweetened with a couple Medjool dates. These elements infuse the pudding with a rich taste, while chia seeds are stirred in for a little bit of texture. Prepare this dessert ahead of time, as two hours of refrigeration is required before the mixture can be pureed, then poured into serving cups and returned to the fridge to set up. Serve with a sprinkle of chia and your favorite colorful fruit. This recipe is wonderful as an everyday dessert, but by giving it a pretty presentation it can also be perfect for a dinner party as an elegant way to end your meal.View Recipe >
This is the solution to flu prevention!
Flu season is here and it seems that it’s going to be a rough one. Luckily, there are many ways to fight off the flu naturally, and I’d like to share one of my favorites with you.
If you have access to elderberries, fresh or dried, consider making your own elderberry syrup. Use the elderberry syrup in tea, baking, or eat it right off the spoon for some of its immune boosting properties.View Recipe >
I have to admit, cookies are something I would say I miss the most after cleaning up my diet. Delicious gluten free cookies are few and far between, and the cookies that are tasty tend to be laden with dairy, refined sugars and who knows what else. So, even if they taste good, the repercussions of eating them (bloating, acne, upset tummy) just aren't worth it. You can imagine my excitement when I came across a recipe that was free of gunk and ACTUALLY tasted good. Good enough to bring to a party for people who eat 'normally.'View Recipe >
Did you know that Oreos are one of America's favorite cookies, with over 70 million Oreos sold EACH DAY! We've created a much healthier version for you so you can still enjoy your favorite cookie! It may be America's favorite cookie, but we think our raw, homemade version is a real treat too! Easy to make, and packed with nourishing ingredients, we'd take this version of oreo over the real thing any day! We would say they are still a treat to be enjoyed occasionally, but they sure do beat filling your body with over 20 unrecognizable ingredients, plus they are super fun to make so grab the kids and get them in the kitchen to help you whip these up. The hardest part is just stopping at one...View Recipe >
Lemon Cheesecake is creamy and luscious with hint of tart sourness from the lemons. The base is a gluten free mix of almonds and coconut and the silky dairy free filling is made with lemons, cashew butter and sweetened with stevia.
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food" Hippocrates (460 B.C. - 377 B.C), the Father of MedicineView Recipe >