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Just the easy breakfast recipe you need to start your day right! Cinnamon Crunch Oatmeal that tastes decadent, is gluten free & vegan, made with whole grains, and has a fun sweet crunch!
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
These high fiber and lower fat brownies are a great chocolate indulgence without all the guilt.
Published in Desserts
Despite its name, buckwheat doesn’t contain wheat. It’s actually a seed and a member of the rhubarb family. It is an excellent source of heart-healthy nutrients. A 1955 study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, showed that consumption of buckwheat lowered total cholesterol while improving HDL cholesterol levels. Buckwheat contains a very high of a flavonoid called rutin. This prevents blood clots by hindering the production of blood clots. According to the website World’s Healthiest Foods, buckwheat is also very high in magnesium, which relaxes blood vessels and improves blood flow.
Published in Breads
Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Did you know that traditional Red Velvet cake uses a whole little squeeze bottle of red food coloring? You can use less if you have the super pigmented stuff, but still, that’s a lot of artificial food pigment. Some people have documented allergic reactions to food dye, and there are also behavioral links to the stuff. It’s definitely not the best for you. Personally, I have not been able to move myself away from artificial colors entirely, though I’ve been limiting them except for my sons’ birthday parties (when I tend to go to town on the frosting.) I have been looking at alternatives more often though, and toying with using beets as the color source for Red Velvet Cake. I was worried it would taste like beets, and there was a bit on my first try, though I was the only one who seemed bothered by it. Zax even ate several of that batch without frosting, and he didn’t make any complaints–and let me tell you, that kid is picky! I felt it was too beety though, so I . . .
Published in Desserts
An easy One-Pot Cajun Pasta dinner recipe that's allergy-free, gluten-free, and vegan! A healthy meatless dish filled with bell pepper, okra, tomatoes, and loads of flavorful spices and herbs all mixed together with your favorite pasta!
Published in Main Courses
A year ago on this sunny, near-70-degree day in the DC metro area, we were on an endless string of school snow days. This year, I’m making lemonade and cookies; last year, I was baking satisfyingly thick oatmeal bread to eat, still warm and (vegan-) buttered, with some hot tea. If it's still chilly where you live (or if you just love a good hearty breakfast bread any time of year), check out this recipe from my blog archives.
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
A last minute treat for any occasion! 2-Ingredient No-Bake Cupcakes that are gluten-free, vegan, and raw! These customizable dessert bites will bring a smile to your face with their taste and real food wholesomeness!
Published in Desserts
Here's another perfect drink that is fun, festive and Gluten Free! A fun festive add to your Super Bowl Parties!
Published in Beverages
Perfect Gluten Free Drink that will be festive to share with Guests at your SuperBowl Parties!
Published in Beverages
I’ll be straight up honest with you. When I first tried Sunbutter I didn’t like it. Not at all. (Both my peanut allergic boys loved it.) It wasn’t peanut butter, it was different. And that was my problem. It’s not supposed to be peanut butter. After I came to terms that it’s supposed to taste like sunflower seeds (you know because that’s what it’s actually made from) I began to like it. Now I love the spread and I wanted to experiment more with using it instead of peanut butter in different recipes. Chocolate Sunbutter Pie is my first. But I wanted this to be a top 8 free treat and the problem is the crust. Usually I would use a graham cracker crust, but it has gluten. And the gluten-free ones I’ve seen has egg. Ugh. I was having a quick breakfast of Enjoy Life Foods Chocolate Sunseed Crunch bars and I thought this would be a perfect match. You can’t get enough chocolate or sunflower seeds. But it was a soft baked bar, not a crust. But would it work? Yes. It’s not a perfect crust, but it’s still delicious and fits perfectly with the chocolate Sunbutter pie. It also makes it top 8 free. I wanted to make this really easy by using . . .
Published in Desserts
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