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Sep 29 2013

Butternut Squash Soup Recipe


I’ve made this soup three times in the last three weeks which is so unlike me. I like to mix it up, but this is so great that I find myself constantly craving it. Squash is technically a fruit, because it contains seeds. It’s loaded with phytonutrients and antioxidants. It’s full… Read More

Sep 20 2013

Eggplant Parm – Vegan and Gluten-Free


Eggplant parmesan is one of the last things I continued to order for carryout. I’m happy to say I found a great recipe so I no longer have to order it. You never know what ingredients restaurants use, but you can be sure they aren’t organic – unless they specifically… Read More

Sep 13 2013

Gluten-Free Almond and Pecan Cookies


After going gluten-free a few months ago, I worried that desserts would not be as good, but it’s not at all the case. I’ve had a few bad ones, but I’m also finding many really great options. I feel so much better now, and I love the challenge of finding… Read More

Sep 10 2013

Watercress Soup


As much as I love fresh fruit in the summer, I really look forward to fall/winter soups and stews. Vegetarian Times, Healing Foods issue is always filled with great recipes. Watercress is a powerhouse of a vegetable. Packed with iron, calcium and phytonutrients to maintain a healthy immune system as flu… Read More

Aug 24 2013

Spinach Artichoke Dip Recipe


This vegan, gluten-free dip is great for anyone! I’m always trying to please both the adults in the house, and the kids, because I’m not cooking twice. This fits the bill. It’s also full of protein, fiber, iron, magnesium, vitamin C, B vitamins, phytonutrients and antioxidants. For those of you who… Read More

Aug 8 2013

Vegetarian Sloppy Joe Recipe


Sloppy Joe’s are an American Classic and something I didn’t want my kids to miss out on just because we are vegetarian. This version is delicious and full of not only protein found in traditional Sloppy Joe’s, but also fiber, magnesium, iron, and antioxidants. Once again, not only is the… Read More

Aug 6 2013

Raw Chocolate Pudding


This recipe is similar to my raw mousse recipe, but with a few changes that I have found make it more of a pudding, and more kid friendly. I don’t tell people avocado is the primary ingredient until after they try it and love it. In addition to heart healthy avocado, cacao… Read More

Aug 1 2013

Strawberry Ice Cream Recipe – Allergy Free!


We moved two weeks ago, and I FINALLY have an internet connection!! It’s slow as hell, but I’m still plugging away because I have some amazing recipes to share. I’ve been on a quest for the perfect ice cream recipe, and I’ve posted some good ones, but this strawberry ice… Read More

Jul 12 2013

My Lunch Five Days A Week


This salad is based off of Kimberly Snyder’s Dharma Salad and I can’t get enough of it. It’s good to mix up your rotation of fruits and vegetables, so I limit this to the weekdays, but I honestly could have it everyday. The odd thing, is that I used to… Read More

Jul 5 2013

Banana Chia Milkshake Smoothie


This is so good that it can actually pass for a dessert even though it’s really a protein and fiber packed meal in a cup! It can be made for a quick meal, or filling snack. Even picky eaters will love it. My kids think it’s a “treat” when really… Read More

Jun 30 2013

Kettle Corn Recipe


Kettle corn isn’t my favorite, but I know a lot of people love it and of course the kids do because it’s so sweet. Regular popcorn I’ll make anytime, but this one is a treat. It’s really easy, and a big crowd pleaser! Be sure to buy non GMO, organic… Read More

Jun 11 2013

Non-Dairy Gluten Free Ice Cream Recipe


I’ve tried a lot of vegan ice cream recipes but many of them have arrowroot to thicken, and I don’t like the texture it gives the ice cream. It’s too gritty. This recipe is essentially just sweetened non-dairy milk and it’s a perfect base for any other kind of ice cream.… Read More

May 26 2013

Veggie Mash


I had no idea what to call this, because sauteed leaks and onions, with mushrooms and bok choy, over mashed potatoes seemed too long. It takes less time to make than it does to say. This is a very simple recipe, but filling and satisfying. A great option for meat… Read More

May 23 2013

Vegan Samoas-Ish

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This recipe was submitted on Alicia Silverstone’s, Kind Life website by one of her followers. As soon as I saw it, I knew I had to give it a try. Honestly, there’s not a lot that can compare to an actual Samoa, but when you combine dates, nuts, coconut and… Read More

May 6 2013

Gluten-Free Buckwheat Pancakes

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I’ve had a lot of requests to incorporate more gluten-free recipes in my posts, and it’s been fun experimenting with options. This recipe is one of my favorites for breakfast regardless of whether or not it’s gluten-free. It’s high in fiber, protein, omega 3s, vitamins and minerals. The best part… Read More

Apr 28 2013

Spring/Summer Drinks!


‘Tis the season to hang out in the yard and have some drinks! This one is fabulous with a little tequila, but the virgin version is equally as delicious. We make a big pitcher for the everyone and add alcohol to individual glasses later if anyone wants it. The kids… Read More

Apr 23 2013

Vegan Carrot Cake Recipe


I’m not even sure where this recipe came from, but this is the best carrot cake I’ve ever had (pre and post vegan). No other can compete! I usually post healthy recipes, but occasionally we need to give in to gluttony. This is one of those times. The cake and… Read More

Apr 21 2013

Brazil/Almond Nut Milk


I’ve tried a lot of different alternatives to cows milk, but this is my favorite! As I’ve said before, I don’t like buying non-dairy milks at stores because they are highly processed, usually high in sugar, and lacking in protein, and fat. Yes, I’m actually looking for fat, healthy fat.… Read More

Apr 17 2013

Raw Chocolate Ginger Frosted Cake


This recipe is from Kimberly Snyder’s new book, The Beauty Detox Foods. It just came out a few weeks ago and it’s already topping the charts. As many of you know, I’m a huge fan of Kimberly. I have given her first book, The Beauty Detox Solution, to many people,… Read More

Apr 13 2013

Make Your Own Maple Syrup


A few days a go I thought I was going to tell all of you that making your own maple syrup was a cool idea, but not worth the hassle. But things have changed. Now that we have the finished product, and know how delicious it is, and how much… Read More

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