Curl up with a cup of tea and this gluten-free caramel apple crumb cake this fall. What makes it a Healthy Indulgence? Tigernut Flour Oh how I LOVE tigernut flour. Tigernuts are not nuts, but rather a root vegetable. You can eat them on their own as a snack (tasty, but they will give your jaw a workout) or you can use...
Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice. That’s what these Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Coconut Cream & Date Caramel are made of! They are not overly sweet, although you could certainly add more sweetener if you want a real treat.
This Chinese-takeout-inspired Crispy Orange Sesame Cauliflower is sure to hit the spot. Lightly breaded with a gluten free coating, then doused in a delicious sticky savory + sweet orange dressing, these will fly off the plate.
If you want more greens and fiber in your veggie burgers, try this easy and tasty Broccoli Burger recipe. Eat them on their own smothered in this turmeric tahini dressing or pop ’em in a gluten-free burger bun (or lettuce burger).
I originally threw this sweet and salty antioxidant salad together with ingredients I happened to have on hand. But, it ended up being so delicious, that I’ve kept making it and had to share the recipe with you.
This 5 Spice Salmon recipe is one of the most requested by my soon-to-be hubby. A light crust is formed from searing the salmon with a blend of turmeric, cumin, coriander, paprika, and cayenne, and then you simply finish it in the oven.
I LOVE making these gluten-free Cassava Tortillas to wrap up seafood tacos, make a veggie hummus wrap, or to bake and turn into tortilla chips. They are much better than most of the GF wraps and tortillas found in the grocery store – they are actually pliable, and delicious!
Bitter foods like arugula and radicchio stimulate digestion, making them a smart starter for your meals. Radicchio is also rich in fiber, which induces satiety to make you feel full faster and longer and aids in weight loss,
These easy to make grain-free, gluten-free cassava and coconut chips are sturdy enough to hold up under the heaviest of dips…like a chunky guacamole or homemade hummus. Bonus – you can use this recipe to make tortillas for fish tacos or a veggie wrap, simply stop before cutting and baking.
This quick and easy warm french lentil salad makes a great protein-packed side dish. You could also throw it over arugula or baby greens OR use it as a component of a veggie bowl. Print Recipe Warm French Lentil Salad Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Add to Meal Plan: Select Course to Add: BreakfastLunchDinner This recipe has...
This antioxidant-packed Spicy Blueberry Salad with Hemp-Crusted Avocado makes for a delicious and hearty lunch that can even be made the day before and brought to work. With 25 grams of protein, and 40% of your recommended daily intake for iron, this salad won’t leave you hungry or tired. Hello Meatless Monday!