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Get a jump on your snacking and nosh on these good-fer-you cookies as start your day. Packed with oats (think oatmeal!), using dates as your sugar and binder, and a kick of allspice will wake you up sleepyhead!
This kitchy cooking technique of beer can steaming your food doesn't stop with chicken! So, you've picked plants this time around, well, saddle up and stick that can of beer right in a head of nutrient dense and low-cal cabbage. Soon you'll have a beautifully beer-steamed bowl of tangy BBQ'd shredd...
I bore easily, that's why I created this super nutritious version of the traditional candy apple with three different coatings. Enjoy!
Is it a popsicle? Yes. Is it a fudgesicle? Yes. Bring on summer with the MOST DECADENT dessert on a stick you've ever had! This part cherry bomb and part creamy, chocolatey fudge goodness will have you slurping before any melting at all!
Walnuts and flax for your omega 3's, coca powder as an anti inflammatory, peppermint for that fresh mouth feel. Why wouldn't you make these little suckers? These guys are NO-BAKE and I've used dates not only as a binder, but also as the sugar component, no guilt here!
I was asked to create recipes for a presentation & food demo I gave to a group coming to learn about chronic inflammation. I see these balls over over the place (shoot, I've been making them for years!), but I've never really made them for a particular purpose - unless just trying to pack a nutr...
Because sometimes we need chocolate for breakfast.
Forget the pie, take these Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Truffles to your Thanksgiving celebration! Little balls of pumpkin, vanilla and candied walnuts wrapped up in dark chocolate. More please!
The perfect little bit of cinnamon goodness. These NO BAKE truffles are so easy to make, packed with fiber and omega 3's, this snack will offer all the taste and none of the guilt as we enter into the holiday season!
I always keep a container of this in our fridge! It's so versatile. Thin it out and it makes a great salad dressing! Keep it thick and it is a fantastic dip for veggies or a drizzle over falafel. The dill is a really great fresh touch, but you can omit that if you'd like.
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