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!
Easy, refreshing and raw treats are a favorite once the warmer weather hits! This simple pie with only a few ingredients will be a favorite in your freezer.
By first soaking almonds and drying them, we greatly reduce the phytic acid which can inhibit nutrient absorption and sometimes cause an inflammatory response. The deliciously creamy taste and texture is well worth the extra steps for optimal digestion and health benefits.
I’m sharing some of the easiest veggie swaps to use in place of bread by cooking them in a toaster! All it takes is some careful slicing, a few lever pushes, and you’re all set with a yummier, simple whole foods “toast”. Pile on the toppings or your favorite spreads – they make lovely appetizers too! […]
After trial and error, I’ve done the research and testing and found an easy Paleo Flour Blend to use 1:1 in place of traditional/wheat flour in: cakes, cookies, and MUFFINS! I’ve also tried out a tree nut free option that works amazingly well too. Check out this simple blend I love by A Calculated Whisk, what adaptations can be made, and the classic (made paleo) Blueberry Muffins I made!
This side dish takes just 15-20 minutes to make and is a nutrient-packed and flavorful compliment to any meal. If you struggle with getting more greens on your plate, this is my favorite way to do it!
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).