The plant-based community has discovered some amazing alternatives to mainstream meals and desserts. The first time I went to a RAW restaurant, it was about 4 years ago in LA, I was not having it. The menu included familiar items like pizza and burgers. Of course I knew it wouldn’t exactly be like the pizza I was use to at the time, but I wasn’t prepared for what was coming.
Meal prep and planning has been in full force lately. I enjoy making making healthy recipes as a general attempt to maintain a healthy lifestyle, but the food I typically make is geared towards managing or healing certain conditions. Particularly digestive conditions. I’m currently doing another treatment for SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth), so this means I’ll be following the SIBO specific diet. Regardless of your health status, recipes I post are accessible to anyone looking for healthy alternatives.
Even though this recipes is simple, I realize some of the ingredients may not be staples in your kitchen. Continue reading “Beauty and Brain Boosting Energy Bites”
This bowl is full of healthy fats, protein, and fiber that makes for great pre-workout fuel.
These loaded nachos are a light-fresh version to your typical nachos. They contain fresh and healthy ingredients with a wide range of flavor. Continue reading “Loaded Nachos”
Sometimes it’s easy to get stuck in a routine and forget about the diversity we can bring to our life. This applies to cooking as well. How many people pretty much eat the same thing for breakfast everyday? I love granola, but needed to switch it up and Buckwheat is a great alternative.
I’m sure everyone is currently baking and binging on cookies for the holiday season. These cookies create a nice balance because they aren’t over-loaded with sugar and are actually filled with healthful ingredients. They are also, gluten-free, paleo, vegan, and refined-sugar free. The texture is soft and fluffy. Continue reading “Easy Bake Pumpkin Butter Cookies”
This is a great appetizer if you are hosting a gathering or need to bring something to a pot-luck. They’re flavorful, nutrient packed, and visually appealing. I haven’t had Sauerkraut in ages, but when I discovered that Sauerkraut is filled with probiotics I was excited to find a new way to eat it that didn’t involve a hot dog. Continue reading “Beetroot Hummus and Probiotics”
Stuffed mushrooms have been a go to holiday appetizer in my family. Usually it also involves a little bit of ground pork and bread crumbs, which is amazing. This is a little bit of a different take, but I love them! Continue reading “Stuffed-Mushrooms”
(gluten-free, grain-free, paleo, vegan, refined sugar free)