easy and delicious
I love these crackers! Personally, I make a batch pretty much each week; to satisfy my salty-crunchy cravings.
Professionally, I find myself sharing this recipe at least once each day. I am recommending them as a healthy alternative to:
- conventional...January 2020
Cucumbers are cooling to the body... and conveniently abundant in summer gardens!
1 cup water
1 cucumber, peeled if not organic, and chopped
1 stalk celery, chopped
1 cup spinach or other greens
½ bunch cilantro
1 Tbsp lime juice
1 avocado,...July 2016
This is a great recipe for converting the non tofu consumers.
If your friends or family are hesitant to try tofu or have had a poor experience with it in the
past these cubes will turn them on to liking it… and even asking you for the recipe!
Your friends won't believe these are healthy!
These treats are a beautiful combination of sweet & salty. And to make this even better... they can be made from start-to-finish in under 1 hour!
Start with making a batch of my Healthy Chocolate. Pour the liquid chocolate in to a squeezeable dispensar...February 2015
This is the most (relatively speaking) step-intensive recipe I have posted to date…. but it is SO GOOD that I just had to share it with you.
The key is prepping the food before you begin cooking. However, I have totally chopped and prepped along the...March 2014
tasty treat with no refined sugar
This is an easy-to-make chocolate.
No refined sugar.
Plenty of delicious!
I created this recipe quite by chance. I had read that coconut butter can be made simply by blending shredded coconut in a high-speed blender. While enjoying my...February 2014
I found this recipe on the site Unconventional Kitchen, by creator Desirée. She has informative videos about healthy foods; such as whole grains, greens and creating a green smoothie, and is in the process of writing a healthy cookbook. She is gluten-intolerant so...July 2013
1 cucumber, peeled (if not organic) and sliced thinly
1 small bunch Arame; the amount via experimentation with your own desires. Break-up with fingers.
*volume increases by ~3x after soaking
1 tsp Celtic sea salt
½ red pepper, diced
This provides a great substitute for egg in your general baking recipes.
Whether you are not eating eggs, or simply don’t have one in your fridge when you need it, this recipe will
help create the binding effect that the egg provides.
1 tablespoon...July 2013