These are "oh my gosh delicious" and made with whole food ingredients instead of soy-based, faux cream cheese. The best part of all is that they require no baking and they are 100% customizable. With our little one, it's safer to add ingredients on top of our cheesecakes rather than swirl them in. However, if
We are clearly using up our seasonal zucchini storing and enjoying both free and freezer-friendly zucchini treats. The following recipe was adapted from an older Eating Well recipe. However, we used egg replacer, gluten-free almond meal and flours, and switched canola oil for walnut oil to make it that much more healthy. We also snuck
This vegan fried rice has multiple layers of flavor from savory nama shoyu to sweet ginger and umami mushrooms. It is a hearty dish full of nutrients and a great introduction of a plant based meal into your diet.
Lemons are packed with Vitamin C, folate, and phytonutrients with antioxidant and antibiotic effects. Lemons aid in disease prevention and digestion. Apples are a great source of potassium and Vitamin C. The pectin and nutrients in apples regulate blood sugar, which controls appetite. Apples support the bowels, heart, and digestive tract. Mangos are filled with Vitamins A
Green onion gives this juice a punch, and the added bonus of Vitamin C, K, and A. The Vitamin K binds with the calcium found in the leafy greens (kale and lettuce), as well as broccoli to strengthen bones. Broccoli has unique properties that cleanse the blood of bad cholesterol, thereby detoxifying the blood and lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease. Cucumber adds potassium, magnesium, and aids with re-hydrating, skin irritations, and reducing inflammation in the body, especially in the skin. Top off your juice with hand-squeezed lime for a super-packed Vitamin C kick that boosts your immune system.
Juice these powerful antioxidant ingredients to purge the body of free radicals and improve your overall health. Parlsey is the powerhouse to this juice combination. Many don’t know this, but parsley is one of the most nutrient dense plants available year round. In just one-half cup of parsley, you’ll receive 500% of your daily Vitamin
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These two sunny popsicles are made with organic, local foods from our buying club (Annie’s Organics in Florida) and mixed with local honey from James Gallagher Wildflower Honey in Boynton Beach, FL. They are both nutritional and refreshing, and you can use whatever seasonal fruits you have at home to make these awesome colorful treats.
Berry season is upon us and we got three tubs of ripe raspberries in our organic buying club share. Our daughter isn't crazy about the tartness of raw raspberries, but she loves these heart-shaped popsicles made with the help of an old "cookie-on-a-stick" baking pan.
This mornings juice is exactly what we needed to get this hump day started in the right direction. This basic juice is full of Vitamin C, Potassium, and Calcium and will make enough for 3-4 glasses over ice. As mentioned in a previous post, we use the carrot pulp for many kid-friendly recipes, like our Carrot