These sunflower seed and flax seed ginger granola bars are versatile, delicious and nutritious. They are not too far off from a Larabar, except that these bars have a more balanced sweetness that make them less cravings prone.
These raw almond walnut Christmas Cookies cookies are sure to be a hit, especially during the holiday season! As a bonus, these spices have some important health qualities that are important when it comes to desserts.
You can cook chicken so that it’s fast, easy and guaranteed to be moist! No more overcooked chicken done in the oven with a fear of burning. If you are pressed for time or want a sure-thing, hassle free & fabulous chicken recipe for busy people in terms of tender chicken, this is the recipe for you!
This cheesecake is so good that you won’t believe it’s not the real thing! Plus, it has the added benefit of being good for you. Fermenting nuts and seeds is easier than it sounds and you can get some delicious results that help your gut heal! The crust is optional, but makes a nice presentation if you want a real cheesecake look.
This is an easy chocolate fudge recipe. Just mix the ingredients and chill in the refrigerator to firm up. This recipe freezes well, so you can make a batch, freeze it and always have a healthy dessert on hand when you need it!
I saw a pine nut cookie recipe and removed the sugar, flour/gluten and give it my own twist. These are pine nut-Brazil nut-sesame seed cookies with cinnamon, vanilla and coconut oil and taste just like shortbread cookies
This is a slightly sweet quick gingerbread that is easy to make and makes a wonderful alternative to those standard breakfast standbys: muffins and donuts. Full of protein and mood and digestion boosting spices, this is a healthy, tasty treat for anytime of day!
Recipe coming soon!!!
This is a delicious twist on vanilla with some of your favorite Thanksgiving spices, like cinnamon, all spice and cardamom. Easy to digest and dairy free vanilla spice ice cream is sure to delight!
This spicy almonds and walnuts recipe makes a savory-sweet snack that you can also make into stuffing!
Who doesn’t love pancakes and waffles? If you have gone gluten free, Paleo or are jumping into healing diets like GAPS and SCD, don’t despair – you can still eat this most favored breakfast and brunch dish – gluten free pancakes.
These cardamom carrots are a nice, naturally sweet change from typical cooked carrots. Cardamom gives them a sweet, rich taste.