Granola seems to be the go-to snack of hippies, hikers, and health nuts alike. Store-bought granola tends to be full of sugar and other not-so-desirable ingredients. Thankfully, making healthy granola at home is easy and economical.
The combination of agave inulin and coconut syrup makes a rich, delicious cider that is also high in fiber. Here is one of my favorite childhood memories -- hot apple cider with a caramel-y, fiber-rich boost.
These homemade nut butter cups are a richer, darker, and dare I say, healthier? version of the infamous peanut butter cup because they're made with easily digestible, soaked and dehydrated nut butter, dark chocolate, and a secret superfood ingredient!
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A fall salad is a very different meal than its spring and summer cousins.This salad, made with filling wild rice and juice apples, is a chilled dish --a hearty but cold meal or side dish for the warm days of early Autumn.
Breakfast doesn't get easier or more nutritious than a big bowl of homemade gluten-free granola. This coconut gluten-free granola is as good as a snack as it is tossed with yogurt or floating in milk.
Not quite a “banoffee” but more than just a mocha. A Cacabanoffee? Or a Mochanana? Either way, this mocha smoothie is freaking delicious and a totally guilt-free way to begin a morning!
What’s more tropical than coconut and mango, chilled in a healthy, bite-size treat? Well, nothing! These lightly sweet, allergy-friendly no-bake treats contain zero grains, gluten, dairy, eggs, soy, peanuts, or tree nuts. And Wilderness Family Naturals’ Freeze-Dried Mango makes these no-bake treats affordable!