Carrot Coconut Oat Muffins – Sugar Free!

After making my vegan carrot oat muffins a few weeks back, I realized how easy it could be to make a vegan, gluten free, sugar free version. Yes, you heard that right. An infamous combo followed by groans from the masses as they automatically dismiss the idea that a vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free dish could be … Continue reading Carrot Coconut Oat Muffins – Sugar Free!

Tropical Mango Chia Smoothie

Ahhh, mango! How do I love you, let me count the ways... 🙂 As my favorite fruit ever, I love to put mangos in everything, and eat them plain as a meal! There are many health benefits to mangos as well. Mango helps to aid with digestion because of its fiber content, it helps lower cholesterol, improves libido, … Continue reading Tropical Mango Chia Smoothie

Natural Gatorade Smoothie

This is an all-natural Gatorade smoothie, made with fresh fruit and veggies. You get the nutrients and hydration from the fruits and veggies, and the electrolytes from the coconut water. One taste and you will wonder why anyone even buys that stuff from the store anyway! Let us begin! You will need: - 2 oranges - … Continue reading Natural Gatorade Smoothie

Banana Peach Kale Celery

Banana Peach Kale Celery Smoothie! Yet another winning kale smoothie! You can make this with frozen bananas and peaches, or just have one of the fruits frozen, as I did with the peaches. Let us begin! In your high-powered blender, add in: - 2 fresh or frozen bananas - 2 cups water, coconut water, or a … Continue reading Banana Peach Kale Celery

Carrot Leaf, Apple & Kale with Acerola Smoothie

LOOK AT THAT GORGEOUS COLOR! I recently found frozen acerola at Central Market. In Brazil I looooved eating these fruits, and they are so good for you! I came up with a delicous smoothie using acerola! If you don't have it, don't worry. The apple in this works fine too! - about 1 cup of … Continue reading Carrot Leaf, Apple & Kale with Acerola Smoothie

Dehydrated Pineapple Chips!

Pineapple chips are full of moisture and take forever to dehydrated. A whole pineapple can take up to 24 hours to dehydrate, and about 5 minutes to eat! So not fair! But...this is life, you know... 😉 Dehydrated Pineapple Chips Thinly slice 1 whole pineapple into inch long pieces. Try to keep the slices as … Continue reading Dehydrated Pineapple Chips!