We were honored to have Vfitter Misa host a special Valentine's themed kid cooking demo before Valentine's with our members. This nutrient dense and eye pleasing pancake recipe can be served year round - invite the kids and have some fun in the kitchen as you use some beets to help create these rose colored flapjacks. Recipe adapted from the Natural Nurturer
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.
This is a nutrient packed breakfast powerhouse. Buckwheat groats are a gluten free seed and pack a wonderful punch of protein and fiber. Makes for a wonderful fall or winter breakfast. Get creative and dress it up with your favorite toppings like pumpkin seeds, nuts and raw honey.
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.
With chocolate in the title, we don't think you will need much pushing to try this amazing breakfast. But don't worry, it's good for you - we promise! Ginger provides an antioxidant boost, has anti-inflammatory effects, and can help relieve muscle and joint pain. All in this easy to create treat ... WITH CHOCOLATE. And don't get us started on all the awesomeness that those chia hold - omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and they provide fiber, iron, and calcium.
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!
Need we say more than apple pie at breakfast! You must try these nutritious and delicious pancakes. Adapted from Chocolate Covered Katie.
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!
This is an nontraditional scone recipe that calls for oats and cooked quinoa as the base. This combo works to make this a healthy breakfast scone packed with protein. We've included a super simple chia jam that pairs perfectly with these biscuits.
This is the perfect winter treat. Why spend the money and take in the loaded sugar and chemicals of most store bought flavored specialty coffees and lattes, when you can make your own?