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I never considered the idea of making pudding from something other than milk until I saw a recipe for a vegan chocolate pudding. I love this adapted version even more than the traditional dairy-based kind!
When youíre looking for a quick and easy dessert, baking fruit with a nutty topping is probably the easiest thing you can do!
I wanted a breakfast made only from whole ingredients, yet still felt like a treatóthese muffins were the result! You can also substitute lightly cooked pears or bananas instead of apples.
This flavorful chicken tastes great alongside roasted root veggies or sauteed greens!
What makes chicken thighs even better? Wrapping them in bacon, of course!
A traditional meat sauce, Bolognese is usually made with heavy cream and a variety of meats. To keep this one dairy-free, I use coconut milk instead of cream.
I know that ketchup is one of those condiments that is an all-time favorite for most of us, and rightfully so! This tangy tomato topper features a concentrated sweet and savory taste. The problem is, all ketchup you find thatís made commercially has added sweetener. Not only is this Paleo ketchup recipe sugar and sweetener-free, but itís super simple to make since itís a slow-cooker recipe!
Pumpkin pie has to be one of my absolute favorite desserts and yet somehow itís one that I donít often think to make when the holidays arenít near. Canned pumpkin, while not as amazing as fresh, is available in grocery stores all year-round, so you can get a pumpkin pie fix anytime!
Ice pops are a fantastic, nostalgic treat, but clearly whatís available in stores is an array of overly sweet treats Ė often made with high fructose corn syrup or, worse, artificial sweeteners. This recipe is really easy to modify by adding any type of fruit or berries you like, but I wanted to create a sweetener-free version that still tastes great.
Baked kale chips are a great way to prepare kale for kids and fickle family members, as well as a convenient way to ensure you can eat this fantastic, super-powered vegetable on-the-go! Once itís baked and cooled, store it in a container and tote it anywhere. Enjoy!
I usually have some really delicious, high-quality dark chocolate in the house somewhere. But sometimes, I donít. When I donít, I make my own truffles. I have my friend Charlene to thank for introducing me to this ďhealthyĒ chocolate recipe!
For an unsweetened version of this dessert (which is also very delicious!) simply do not add any maple syrup. You can make these without the almond butter and make a simplified, solid chocolate version.
Pack an extra protein punch into your morning with these savory egg muffins!