Summer heat over in NYC has been pretty SAVAGE lately… really no other way to describe it. The humidity ensures you’re basically wet all day long, doing my hair is virtually impossible (hello bobby pins and summer bun all day, everyday). So now that I’ve painted the picture, enter: deliciously refreshing, lightly sweetened dairy-free cherry […]
Floral, fruity, creamy and EASY – this dessert will be your new go-to all spring and summer long. Naturally sweetened and made with just 5 ingredients so it’s easy on the tummy as well as the eyes 🙂
A simple meal that comes together in 30 minutes, packed full of flavor and textures while being easy to digest. Try this for a fast weeknight dinner!
Pesto-slathered flat bread with crispy radishes and chives is a celebration of Spring on a pizza stone. Simple ingredients that anyone can enjoy plus a gift card giveaway to UncommonGoods!
The squash used in these brownies creates a chewy, fudgy center with a crisp top and adds a touch of natural sweetness. The additional sweetener helps to enhance and bring out more of the natural squash’s sweet taste, cutting the need for sugar/sweeteners substantially. The result is a moist, chewy brownie you can feel good about snacking on!
This traditional Irish Stew combined with savory soda bread biscuits is on my table this year for St. Patrick’s Day. Simple, fresh ingredients transform into a mouthwatering stew in no time at all (less than 1 1/2 hr using the Instant pot).
These cookies are an update to my previous recipe for Pumpkin & Hemp Oatmeal Cookies! This time they’re totally grain-free and contain slightly less sweetener, perfect for breakfast or tea time. The pumpkin puree holds them together also adding to the sweetness but the taste is not very apparent. And if you love honey-sesame seed snacks, these cookies will be your new favorites!
This creamy spiced soup will bring you warmth for the rest of winter. The kabocha squash combined with ginger and toasted sesame oil makes for Asian-inspired flavors while soothing your digestive system.
These “pegan” (vegan + paleo) blondies are moist, chewy in the middle with a light golden crust on top and naturally sweet from yellow plantains with NO added sugar at all. Eat these for dessert or breakfast – they’re that good and nutritious!
This recipe yields: fluffy, chewy and light pancakes which can be tough to accomplish in a grain-free ingredient list. The marriage of tigernut flour + almond meal and beaten egg whites are to thank! Topped with only nut or seed butter and fresh or frozen berries which means no added sugar or syrup at all, A.K.A: you win breakfast.