So today I share with you the recipe that resulted. Keep in mind, this is one of those recipes that is: Give a man a carrot, he’ll eat for a day, teach him how to garden, he’ll eat forever. In that, I didn’t measure what I was doing… I was totally winging it. So I’m going to give you the bare bones and you’re going to take it from there. Which, really, is how anyone becomes adept at anything. Trust me, you can do it.
Introduction This 5-minute Healthy Caramel Pumpkin Pudding is sweet, creamy and packed full of pumpkin and caramel flavor. Best of all, it doesn’t require any cooking, is refined sugar free, low fat, eggless, gluten free, and vegan too! This healthy recipe sure won’t weigh you down. You can eat it straight up or use it as […]
Healthy apple nachos layered with fresh apples, tiny bits of chocolate, coconut oil, and drizzled with caramel and sprinkle of cinnamon. A new favorite quick & healthy treat!
If you’re looking for a delicious carrot cake recipe for a holiday party, try this one! I made it for my son Hudson’s 3rd birthday and it’s my mother’s own recipe. It’s also one of Kevin’s favorite desserts. As always, we recommend you use organic ingredients when possible.
This balsamic cranberry roast chicken recipe is completely hands-off and oh so seasonal. And psst: If you can’t find fresh cranberries, it’s completely OK to use frozen ones; just thaw and drain them first.
This peppermint patty is a showstopping dessert that’s coloured naturally with spinach—though only you and I will know its nutritious secret! As an added bonus it’ll only set you back 15 minutes of prep.
Chocolate and Gingernut Ice Cream Sandwiches
Ice Pops are quite popular across the globe. They are known by lots of different names like ‘popsicles’ in the US and Canada, ‘Ice Lolly’ in UK and Ireland, ‘Ice Block or Ice Pole’ in Australia and New Zealand, ‘chuski’ or ‘gola’ in India, etc. Normally ice Pops are made by freezing flavored water or fruit juice around a stick. Sometimes artificial coloring is also added. However.. today’s recipe is free of all artificial flavors. All natural, good for health ingredients are used in these pretty looking icepops!
Sweet potato chips are moreish and the lime cream in this recipe takes them to another level of deliciousness.
While coriander offers anti-fungal properties, you can swap it for rosemary if you like, to give this recipe an Italian twist and to reap some added anti-inflammatory benefits.
Looking for a comforting dessert that’s both skin and gut friendly? When it comes to desserts, puddings and dumplings are the two that satisfy the most! This warming and sumptuous dessert is like bread and butter pudding meets apple pie. And, aside from being delicious, it will also keep both your skin and microbial community happy, as it’s full of beauty-boosting and fibre-rich ingredients like rhubarb, coconut flour and pear.