We all love applesauce and it is so easy to make! This version packs in some healthy fats to keep your tummy and brain full of energy.
These are delicious and need we say more!! Cauliflower, bacon, and cheese all in grain free delicious handheld biscuit. We dare you to only eat one.
Smoothies are a great way to eat your greens first thing in the morning or for part of a post-workout snack. The blueberries and almond milk blend together with the kale and creates a vibrant smoothie full of life, and fuel, to get you through your day!
While this might sound like a less-than-appetizing combination, you can take our word for it that it is absolutely delicious. Your family and guests will swoon over this rich and yummy dessert, that can double as a power snack. The avocado is undetectable but adds an amazing creaminess and is an easy way to sneak NUTRIENTS into DESSERT, that no one will be the wiser. *Note- serve these the day they are made to prevent oxidation of the avocados.
Making your own popsicles from home is easier than you think! Once you pick up those popsicle molds, it's as simple as mixing together these simple ingredients, pouring, then freezing in the fridge. So many traditional popsicles have a LONG list of ingredients to preserve them for freshness and lengthen their shelf life. Keep it clean and make these for that next warm spell or whenever you want to feel like you are off on some tropical vacation. Try adding fresh herbs such as rosemary for a gourmet and delicious twist! These have been inspired from Rawsome Vegan Life.
This easy muffin recipe mixes up carrots and an apple pie inspired spice blend that will make your whole house smell AMAZING as they bake. You can also switch out the carrot and use sweet potato or zucchini for a twist. We've adapted this muffin recipe from the 21 Day Sugar Detox by Diane Sanfilippo.
The unexpected combination of kiwi and chocolate kick these popsicle up a notch. Surprise guests with this tasty delicacy at your next dinner party or fancy up your next picnic or weeknight supper with these chocolate coated goodies!
Chia seeds act as a great thickener for this coconut milk pudding. Not only that, but chia seeds are a super source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and pack a full punch of fiber, iron, and calcium (which is so needed for bone health). Omega-3 fatty acids bring up our good cholesterol (HDL) which helps protect our heart against stroke and heart attacks. This is a single serve recipe, you may want to just go ahead and double - or triple - it straight away, it's THAT good!
We simply cannot get enough of these insanely good deviled eggs! Instead of using mayonnaise or other traditional fillers, we've chosen heart healthy avocado to mix in with the yolk. This adds more healthy fat, brings on creamy texture, and boosts the flavor and color on these hand held cuties. If bringing to a party as an app, double the recipe, just trust us. These'll go QUICKLY!
How's that for a mouthful?! Don't worry - these delicious muffins are easier to whip up than the name implies. Added bonus: they're grain free, high in protein, and packed full of antioxidants thanks to chia seeds, pumpkin and nut butter! We dare you to eat just one! This recipe calls for 12 muffins, or would make great mini muffins if you have that kind of tin, just shorten the cooking time appropriately so they do not over bake. Also, if you don't have a food processor you can also mix these by hand with chocolate chips before putting into muffin tray.