Most of us could benefit from eliminating a few things from our lives and adding in more healthy choices. Spring is a great time to make lifestyle adjustments allowing for our bodies to experience new levels of health.
Celebrate the New Year with cinnamon star cookies! Made with only 4 ingredients, these chewy cookies fill your taste buds with the flavors of orange and cinnamon. This recipe was adapted from a German Christmas cookie called Zimtsterne and is made with almond flour, an orange, spices, and powdered sugar.Continue reading “New Years 2021: Recipe for Cinnamon Star Cookies”
Enjoy this tasty and healthy cake recipe. Serve Spice Cake with a maple-sweetened cashew icing sprinkled with pomegranate seeds for an upscale festive look that’s delicious to eat.Continue reading “Spice Cake with Cashew Icing: Vegan, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free”
A holiday treat can fit into a healthy lifestyle. It may be an adjustment saying “no” to traditional Christmas treats, but having alternatives that support your body is a gift you can give yourself and your loved ones.Continue reading “5 Delicious Cookies That Won’t Derail Your Health Goals”
This healthier version of coconut macaroons are perfect to share with family and friends. People with food allergies don’t need to miss out on enjoying a holiday treat. This recipe uses almond flour, but leaves out the eggs whites and milk. I love that it’s sweetened with only pure maple syrup. With just a few ingredients and a food processor, Coconut Macaroons can be made quickly for a melt-in-your-mouth delicious treat!Continue reading “Coconut Macaroons : Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg Free Dessert”
Pumpkin pie and Thanksgiving are a perfect match. This no-bake pie is a healthy take on the Thanksgiving classic and will support your body, leaving you satisfied during the holidays. I love knowing this tasty dessert is vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, egg-free and contains no refined sugars.