When I’m craving Mexican food, but I want something healthy this is my go-to recipe, modified from Danielle Walker’s book, Against All Grain. As I avoid dairy, grains, and legumes, dining out at a Mexican restaurant is a thing of the past, yet this creamy chowder gives me the spice and flavor I’m looking for. I love
Start your morning off right with this crunchy and slightly sweet almond and vanilla granola. This is hands-down my favorite granola and much tastier than what you can buy at the store! Plus, it’s grain-free and refined-sugar free, so you can indulge without the guilt. Making your own granola at home is ideal for anyone who wants
I ran out of ingredients for my usual green smoothie, so I had to improvise and it turned out to be my new favorite! I add frozen banana to almost all of my smoothies in place of ice and to add nutrients, fiber, and a creamy texture. Never tried pumpkin puree in a smoothie, you say?
If you are craving warm comfort food that’s yummy, but good for you too, then this ones for you. This vegetarian chowder is creamy, delicious and a great way to add colorful vegetables to your diet. If that’s not enough to convince you, it’s dairy-free and the thickener is blended cashews. If you haven’t tried
I usually go for green smoothies, but once in a while I want something creamy, like a dessert, that’s also really good for me. This one is my favorite! And, Ladies, it’s also fabulous for fertility with ingredients like pineapple (bromelain) and maca powder (hello aphrodisiac!). So what is a superfood you say? According to Health.com, “Though
Making your own nut milk at home can be an empowering step toward health and well-being for you and your family. Commercial nut milk and dairy-free alternatives can be overpriced and are often full of additives. For those of us that need to avoid common gut irritants, like guar gum and carrageenan, using store-bought nut milk