Before you dig into all of that leftover Halloween candy at the office (or raid your kids’ stash…) try making these homemade raw vegan milky way bars made with raw chocolate, and a creamy cashew butter/coconut butter-based, maple-sweetened nougat. They are super delicious, and will satisfy the craving for unhealthy candy, guaranteed. High fructose corn […]
These Gluten-Free Vegan Pumpkin Spice Almond Butter Cups are made with only 5 clean ingredients and are a fun snack! Naturally sweetened with organic medjool dates, made with a short ingredient list, and they can be done in just a few minutes with a food processor. These are the perfect healthy treat!
Food really is the best form of medicine, especially when you’re talking hormones. And you can’t talk hormones without talking about blood sugar – the two go hand in hand. This smoothie recipe helps support balanced hormones by keeping blood sugar levels stabilized with adequate fiber, healthy fats, and plant based protein with minimal fruit sugars. […]
This cheesecake is the perfect blend of nuttiness and sweet, creamy coconut. The cream filling, when you first make it, tastes like a giant almond butter marshmallow so, yes, this dessert will pretty much blow your mind. If you’re feeling impatient you could also skip the cake-making part and turn the filling into a dessert […]
This Gluten-Free Vegan Caramel Sauce just might be one of the most versatile recipes that you will need to keep in your kitchen at all times. You only need 3 main ingredients to make this amazing clean version of caramel sauce and no special equipment like a food processor or blender. Traditional caramel sauce that […]
These Salted Caramel Pecan Fat Bombs are a concentrated treat of healthy fats that are filling and perfect for those on a Ketagenic, low carb diet. Instead of reaching for a sweet treat – try these instead, they are sure to kill cravings and keep you feeling so full you won’t want to eat another […]
Sometimes you just need to sink your teeth into a decadent piece of fudge. Raw nut butter gives these fudge squares a dense and creamy texture, while coconut oil makes them melt-in-the-mouth. This recipe also leaves all of the refined sugar typically found in fudge far behind, instead calling for a touch of maple syrup.