Creamy & Raw Almond MilkRead More > 1 Comment
Yes, I am posting ANOTHER Chia Pudding recipe. I tell you, it's easy to make, it's filling and it's good for you. What more could you ask for?
It also helps to alleviate those sweet cravings. You know the ones we get at night..after dinner, when we know we probably shouldn't, but then we give in and have something we may regret in the morning? Well, you won't feel that way with this delightful and decadent treat!Read More > 3 Comments
Minestrone soup has always been a favorite of mine. It's hearty enough for a meal with an awesome side salad. My Dad used to make a mean Minestrone, but he would put meatballs and regular pasta in it. I've left out both, and used gluten free pasta shells by Tinkyada as well as an un-traditional addition of a garnet yam (you all know I love to cook with yams.) I also used 2 kinds of beans, so you'll get the protein punch you need and you won't even miss the meat.Read More > No Comments
This delicious pudding is a must-have for dessert at the Thanksgiving Dinner Table. It's healthy, loaded with fiber, omegas and medium-chain fatty acids to keep your metabolism revved up! You can even throw it into a pie crust (gluten free & vegan, of course) if you want and have a Pumpkin Chia Pudding Pie!Read More > 1 Comment
Chia seeds are all the rage these days. A lot of you may remember them from the old-school Ch-ch-ch-chia pet commercials, but now they are making their way into many kitchens across the country not as plant heads & pets, but as a high-nutrient ingredient that is keeping people healthy & providing energy. They are the highest source of Omega 3's on the planet and they also contain protein, fiber and so many other great nutrients. They help to lower cholesterol and have heart-healthy antioxidants. I love to bake with them as they can be used as an egg substitute in a lot of recipes, they have the same binding properties. You can also throw them in smoothies for a little extra nutrient kick!Read More > 6 Comments