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
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
2 cups brown rice flour
½ cup tapioca flour
2 tsp baking powder
1½ tsp xanthan or guar gum
½ tsp baking soda
½ tsp sea salt
2 tsp ginger powder
2 tsp cinnamon
½ tsp ground cloves
½ cup melted coconut oil or extra virgin...July 2013
A Veritable Calcium Cake!
1 ½ cup hulled, preferably organically grown, sesame seeds
1 Tbsp (or to taste) maple syrup, raw honey or agave
~ 4-6 Tbsp distilled water
1. Place sesame seeds in a blender. Grind to as fine a powder as possible, stopping a few times to stir up
Chocolate for breakfast!
This is a nutritionally-dense recipe that can be enjoyed at any time of day.
…and I mean any time!
Breakfast? ….oh yes!
Pinch of Celtic sea salt
Juice of ¼ lime
½ - 1 Banana
3 Dates – soaked in hot water 5minutes
- remove skin...July 2013
When I originally saw this recipe I thought “what a sneaky-healthy recipe to share with my sister, for my nephew.” Then I made them. WOW… these are so rich and decadent, you may not want to share them with your children!
8 medjool dates,...July 2013
I love gingerbread cookies! This is a recipe I found several years ago in my mom’s collection of old torn-up magazines. I will roll out half the dough thinly (for a ginger-snap texture) and the other half thicker (for more of a ginger-bread). Use small-sized cutters to avoid...December 2010