These are one of the first raw vegan desserts I came up with back in 2013, and I still make them to this day! If you take a look at my recipes, you will see that I love anything with coconut. I also love apricots, both raw and dry. This recipe contains the option for … Continue reading Apricot Coconut Balls
Potatoes are one of my favorite things to eat! Hashbrowns, fried, mashed, boiled, roasted...any way you cook potatoes they come out awesome. I don't use potatoes too much in my recipes, but when I do it's going to be something fabulous like this, a stuffed potato pancake! This recipe can be vegan, vegetarian or carnivorous, … Continue reading Stuffed Potato Pancakes – Vegan, Vegetarian or Carnivorous!
Nut milks are the easiest thing to make. I guarantee that once you make your first batch, you will be wondering why on earth you were buying milk anyway! There are only two ingredients to this: Nuts and water. That's it! Now, compare those ingredients with the ones you get at the store, and you … Continue reading Make your own Almond Milk!
What? Yes, I said it. I made a sugar-free chocolate chip cookie with chocolate ganache frosting. AND, I added a secret superfood ingredient...Spirulina! Why did I do this? Well, this recipe was created as part of my Get Your Greens Challenge, where I challenge you, the reader, to focus on adding greens in one particular … Continue reading Sugar-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies with Spirulina Chocolate Ganache
I'm surprised I'm even adding this as a recipe, as there isn't much to it. But I get so many positive responses on social media when I post my homemade brunches on the weekend, that I thought I would add some in as recipes for my website! Weekends are reserved for 3 things: Farmer's market, … Continue reading Smoked Salmon, Eggs and Microgreens
I was in Denmark having a lovely afternoon coffee when I saw the most beautiful lemon poppyseed pastry in the coffee shop. Of course, I ordered a piece. As I ate it I thought hmm, I should come up with my own version! Well, easier said than done. I tried twice, but each time the … Continue reading Lemon Poppy seed Cake – Gluten Free!
Yes, another quinoa recipe. I just can't get enough of this delicious food! It's gluten-free, a complete protein, and contains fiber, magnesium, folate, zinc... the list goes on and on! I especially like quinoa for its versatility. You can make it into a sweet or savory dish, depending on your preference. It tastes great as … Continue reading Quinoa Salad with Arugula and Persian Cucumbers
You would think by now that I would have an artichoke hummus recipes. Apart from my Basil Artichoke Cilantro Hummus, turns out I didn't. At least not until today, anyway. What I love about artichokes is that they are so versatile. You can cook them all sorts of ways and they still turn out delicious! … Continue reading Artichoke Hummus
Well, here we go, my first full-on recipe with meat. While I eat primarily plant-based, I do have a boyfriend that I cook for, and, in case it wasn't obvious--I love cooking! As I've gotten older and learned more about nutrition, I've realized that incorporating high-quality meat into your diet is a pivotal part of … Continue reading Fettuccine with Basil Lamb and Green Onion – Gluten Free!
I've been dabbling with banana bread recipes for a while, and after trying several versions I realized that I can make this bread really good for you! I can make it sugar free, gluten free, with added protein, some antioxidants, fruit, and it still tastes amazing! So, after trying a couple versions, I settled on … Continue reading Coconut Collagen Banana Bread