With rich coconut flakes, dark chocolate cake and crunchy pecans, what’s more decadent than a German Chocolate cake?
This month’s vegan gluten-free recipe is a little reminder that sometimes it’s OK to indulge. That’s just part of life, there are times to indulge and there are times not to indulge.
The key is responsible indulgence. Balance.
I think we can all agree on two things this summer. One, it’s hot and two, we could use some levity.
So this week, I whipped up something for you all that is light and cool. Enjoy these homemade popsicles!
During a crisis, sometimes benign and routine actions keep us grounded and nourished so we are available to fight for justice.
In these moments I go back to food staples that use items already in my pantry. Something that will provide shelf-stable and easy nourishment.
Today that’s granola. It’s a simple and incredibly versatile recipe that can easily be adjusted based on your needs.
Inhale that that crisp autumn air. It’s apple season!
In my house, these thick and chewy baked apple oat-granola bars are hard to keep around. They are loved by everyone with their real apple chunks and fall apple pie flavors!
These apple oat-granola bars are slightly sweet with baked apples, granola and oats. A naturally gluten-free snack that is hearty enough to fill you up! Perfect for a breakfast, lunch or snack.
Looking for a fresh, cool, crispy snack that is both delicious and healthy?
These veggie dippers are super jam packed with colorful vegetables! The snap of the fresh vegetables in every bite will make you want to eat them like a bag of potato chips. Try dipping them into a sweet honey-orange sauce for extra enjoyment.
These vegetable dippers are easy to assemble and are perfect for: summer lunches, poolside snacks, or backyard potlucks.
Looking for a cool fun summer snack? These lemonade popsicles are just the thing! Lemonade mixed with coconut milk and your favorite fresh fruit will keep you refreshed all summer long. A perfect treat for the kids too!
Make these popsicles your own! This recipe has three simple ingredients. I’ll walk you through how to choose them so you can make your favorite combination!
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