Hailing from England, a fool is a custard-based dessert mixed with cooked fruit. Here, we substitute coconut cream and crème fraiche for the custard and stir in lightly sweetened cherries. Layered with fresh nectarines, this is one of the easiest and prettiest desserts you can make.
Coconut milk and fresh basil lend Thai-inspired taste to this all-American classic. Simmering the corn cobs with the broth after you remove the kernels is the secret for adding tons of flavor at no extra cost! To toast the coconut flakes, simply add them to a dry skillet on medium heat, stirring occasionally, until golden.
Savory, spicy, sweet...all in one dish! Packed with 28 grams of protein and bursting with color and flavor, this fresh salad is sure to satisfy.
Enjoy the delicious tastes of the Hawaiian islands from the comfort of your own kitchen! Grilled pineapple, mango, and coconut flakes make a tropical trifecta of delicious vision boosting produce.
According to the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, nutrition research has found that people who regularly consume tree nuts such as cashews are less likely to suffer from a heart attack or die from cardiovascular disease. Just be careful not to go overboard – the US Food and Drug Administration suggests keeping daily consumption to 1 ounce (or one handful) of nuts a day.
A creamy curried sauce is a delicious way to jazz up simple boneless, skinless chicken breasts. You can easily swap out the chicken breasts for boneless, skinless chicken thighs or shrimp, if you prefer. Coconut milk often separates in the can, so be sure to give it a good shake before opening.
A wonderful alternative to the heavy, sugar-laden treats of the holidays, this mousse is deliciously light and free of refined sugar. And, thanks to the addition of coconut and cayenne, it'll help rev up your metabolism to get you back on track in the new year!
Chill Out with Chickpeas: Chickpeas to help relieve stress? Yes! In fact, chickpeas are a good source of tryptophan, an essential amino acid that your body needs to make protein. High-tryptophan foods play a role in boosting your mood, and tryptophan is even used therapeutically to help treat anxiety, depression and sleep disorders.
Say “so long” to being sick: Just 1 serving of this exotic Lemongrass Coconut Beef Stir-Fry contains more than 60% of your recommended daily value (DV) of vitamin C. An immune-boosting nutrient and antioxidant, vitamin C works to combat free radical damage and helps maintain the health of your heart, joints and skin.
Homemade coconut bacon with smoked paprika and maple syrup is the star of these piled-high sandwiches. We suggest making extra coconut bacon to use on salads, pastas or to eat out of hand – you’re going to want to put it on everything in your meal plans!
Chapati is a type of unleavened bread common in South Asia. Prepare the dough first and let it rest while preparing the curry. The chapati cooks quickly, so finish it just before serving the meal.
Serve fruit warm off the grill, or grill them in advance and serve at room temperature.
Shirataki is a low-carbohydrate noodle made from konjac root. If you can’t find shirataki, try kelp noodles or add an organic medium-firm tofu, crumbled or diced, to the stir-fry instead.