There's something about October that just screams for pumpkin and candy! Thankfully, that indulgent combination can happen at home without being too time-consuming. These somewhat healthy truffles are bite-size balls of delicious fall flavor.
Traditional cultures have been soaking nuts in seawater for centuries. Soaking and dehydrating nuts improves nutrient bio-availability and reduces naturally occurring anti-nutrients; sprouting takes it a step further. Here's everything you need to know!
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Does anything go together as well as chocolate and peanut butter? We don't think so! Moist, grain-free brownies combine with a creamy peanut butter filling to bring you a bite-sized treat that's perfect for sharing (or keeping all to yourself).
My mother called them mermaid hair... We never had a shortage of mermaid hair (aka alfalfa sprouts) in the fridge. Sprouts, essentially a micro-green, are insanely nutritious. Learn to grow your own, and you never have to be without healthy greens!
Are you confused by the array of marketing terms used to sell cacao products (raw, organic, fair trade, blessed by fairies)? You just want a high quality cacao! I want to help you understand the difference between 2 of those terms: fermented & non-fermented.
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Ricotta pancakes are reminiscent of Russian farmers cheese -- syrniki -- a beloved staple of kids and adults alike. High in fiber, gluten-free, & tasty, these grain-free pancakes with ricotta cheese are an easy recipe for a coconut flour newbie!
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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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Would you like another reason to justify your love of chocolate? Cacao is a rich source of skin-protecting vitamins and antioxidants -- so make this exfoliating scrub to nourish your skin. I dare you not to eat it in the shower!