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.
What to do with that overly ripe banana? Why not make these fantastic banana pancakes? Not only are these delicious, they are also gluten free and use a simple oat flour by blending oats in your food processor. With a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg, your whole house will smell AMAZING as you whip these up for friends and family!
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.
These molasses cookies were inspired by a vegan blog that many of our members rave about, Oh She Glows – but taken to the next level. Blackstrap Molasses is the highest quality and most nutritious kind of molasses- it has a high iron content, and is high in copper, calcium, and magnesium. Spelt flour is used in place of white flour – spelt is an ancient grain higher in protein and fiber than its counterparts, and is also richer in vitamins and minerals, and is typically easily digestible. Flax, cinnamon, and ginger add extra nutrients to these otherwise naughty tasting cookies.
This is a simple to make, grab n go protein bar. While we are always advocates of getting most of your macro's from whole foods, a high quality protein powder (free from additives and sugars), can be an excellent supplement for the busiest of days. This bar will not only save you money from the expensive bars on the market, it will save you peace of mind knowing exactly what you are eating and all with only 7 ingredients.
Can you tell we LOVE our pancakes? There are just so many ways to make this comfort food and this recipe is up in our top favorites! Super healthy easy, yummy, filling, excellent source of fiber pancake recipe, courtesy of detox queen Rachel Feldman. Top with any yummy toppings you desire. These can easily turn into delicious waffles as well by adding an extra egg to the recipe and using a waffle iron.
The perfect pancake for the whole family. These recipe is so easy to make because you bake the pancakes instead of griddle them. Filled with extra nutrients from nut butter, chia seeds and pumpkin. These are a member favorite for sure!! Adapted from Detoxinista's Grain Free Pumpkin Pancake Recipe
Want to be the hit of any party? Also want to trick your friends or kids into being delighted over an indulgent dessert that is actually secretly healthy? Just bring this Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Dough Dip. They’ll never know what they’re missing. Recipe adapted from www.chocolatecoveredkatie.com . If you are not a raisin fan, you can sub another dried fruit or chocolate chips.
When out of buttermilk one day, a swap of kefir (since it shares that nice bitterness quality) created this gluten free pancake recipe and a household favorite was born! Contrary to the name may imply, buckwheat is in fact gluten free. Kefir is chock full of probiotics which are gut friendly and will aid in digestion and really ups the health factor for these pancakes. We love using Kerrygold butter which is grassfed - awesome if you can find it! - and you can top these with a little more butter and pure maple syrup, some warmed up strawberries, heated almond butter, you name it!
The ULTIMATE food swap is happening with this blondie recipe. Instead of the traditional flour, butter, sugar combo to get these tasty treats made, this recipe uses chickpeas as its secret ingredient. Chickpeas are high in fiber, iron, and helps detoxify your body. Also, instead of refined sugar it is sweetened with pure maple syrup, and uses oats instead of flour. These melt in your mouth and go quick. Like real quick. You may want to go ahead and just double the recipe now. Seriously though, these are legit. Tiny bites of goodness! These are inspired by the Chocolate Covered Katie Blog.