Want an ooey gooey sweet treat but don’t want to wait around for cookies to bake in the oven? These no-bake sunflower seed and coconut balls are perfect for an after dinner sweet bite. The dough will be sticky when you roll it but this is what you need to grab the coconut flake topping. Pop into mini paper cupcakes for a gourmet presentation. [click to continue…]
Spring time is here – hello Daylight Savings and St. Patrick’s Day! We enjoy this fun holiday, especially the annual parade in Delray Beach. Lots of cheers and celebrations – green beer, corned beef and cabbage too. All that fun and you may be feeling green the next day.
Feel better and get back to feeling like yourself or even better by adding in some minty greens after having a little too much fun. Spring is a great time of year to start eating lighter foods which you may already be craving with the warmer weather. [click to continue…]
Surprise someone special with a batch of these scrumptious yet healthy brownies! Classic brownie recipes are made with over one full cup of white sugar. These clean eating brownies have the perfect amount of sweetness combined with a healthy ingredients list you can feel good about serving up.
Triple chocolate antioxidant power comes from cacao powder, cacao nibs, and mini dairy-free chocolate chips. Satisfy your chocolate cravings without overloading on sugar. Mix chocolate chips into the batter and sprinkle on top of batter before putting in the oven to bake. This dream dessert is ready in 20 minutes flat!
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My friends at Nutri-Health.com (thank you!!) offered to send me a guest post on ways to boost your immune health. Read on for these helpful tips!
This time of year you probably have a thousand things to do. Between the cooking and cleaning for incoming guests, to the shopping for your loved ones, the last thing you need is a runny nose and cold to slow you down. Here are six ways to help keep your immune system in tip-top shape so you can fight off the bugs and stay healthy this season. [click to continue…]
Chickpeas are a favorite in my house, but they are not just for hummus. Chop up tangy dill pickles, fragrant fennel, and crunchy celery and you’ve got a new salad that eats like a meal.
Serve with brown rice cous cous or scoop up with flax crackers.
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