You know vegetables are good for you... but how often do you actually enjoy them? Imagine a steaming bowl of ramen noodles, tossed with vegetables, surrounded by the most fragrant sauce. It's so fresh and addicting!
With few ingredients and a blender, a delicious sauce packed with greens and protein is just minutes away. Don't have chard? Use kale, spinach, beet greens, or any other greens you have instead! What a great way to use up garden or CSA produce!
Due to our child's severe peanut allergy, we wondered if we'd ever be able to enjoy PB&J's again. Then we discovered almond butter... but $10 for 12 ounces? Ouch on the budget. Thankfully, homemade almond butter is super easy!
If you are like me, you probably have a chocolate stash in your house on any given day... But have you ever tried making your own chocolates?? For busy moms with children underfoot, this recipe doesn't even require you to temper the chocolate. Winning!
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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