Whether you're gluten free or not, no one is going to notice that these are made without gluten. They are moist and chocolatey, so no one will complain. Plus, they’re combined with a naturally sweetened peanut butter frosting. Who can argue that combination? I can’t, but those of you with peanut allergies just might beg to differ. For those allergic to peanut butter, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with alternatives.Read More
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Baking is an art of its own. Gluten free baking is a whole other art of its own. That said, it's not something to be afraid of, especially if you're starting with our gluten free almond loaf. This bread is pretty straight forward and can be salvaged whether you accidentally under or over-bake. Read on to find out...Read More
The cinnamon spread of all cinnamon spreads. Trust me, I'm an expert on this one.
Have you taken a slice of toast and melted butter on top then sprinkled it with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar? If you've done this, you know how good it tastes. You probably also know that that's a less than healthy choice of treat, so enter our Honey Cinnamon Spread. This is a way to eat a healthier version of that sweet slice of gluten free toast.Read More
Fill your slow cooker in the morning and come home to a warming meal at the end of you day. Easy crockpot chili is loaded with beans and vegetables. Make a batch today and freeze some for those nights when you come home too exhausted to make dinner.Read More
If you love almond butter and you love chocolate, get ready for this mighty combination. Use this spread any way that you would typically use almond butter. Use these healthy fats to your blood sugar advantage when you go to eat your next apple!Read More
Fall brings busier days and nights. The days get shorter and schedules seem to be a bit more rigid in nature. Don't find yourself left without a healthy snack during times of craziness.
These make a great low sugar snack option for school lunches. Just be sure to send them to school with their allergy friendly option by omitting the peanuts. Try a batch with some sunflower seed butter, seeds, and cinnamon!Read More
Tahini, made from sesame seeds, can have a slightly bitter flavor. There's a time and a place for such boldness. For those times when you are looking for a bit less bite, try this maple tahini combination. It slightly sweetens giving the tahini a whole new life of its own. Try on salads, roasted vegetables, sweet potato, or grain bowls.Read More
Fall is coming, but it's not quite cold enough for hearty stews with lots of root vegetables. Enter Tasty Tortilla Soup. This is the perfect warm soup for a relaxing Sunday and leftover lunch on Monday.
This soup freezes well, so you can pre-measure lunch or dinner sized potions for days when you feel a cold coming on or you just don't feel like making anything at all.Read More