No home kitchen should be without these basic herbs and spices that can transform ordinary meals into spectacular culinary adventures.
Wake up to these pumpkin-spiced waffles, made with a blend of almond and coconut flours for a lower-carb start to your day. We spread them with ghee and top them off with cinnamon roasted pecans for a hint of sweetness.
A fiber- and nutrient-rich lunch can keep you focused and full of energy until dinner. Plus, each of these meals was designed to include superfoods that specifically help nourish your noggin.
Take a stand against influenza and other nasty pathogens by adding these 7 antiviral foods to your plate this cold and flu season to improve immune response and fight sickness.
Casseroles can be a challenge during Passover — not only to keep them free of bread crumbs, but also to keep them dairy-free if you’re keeping the table kosher. This savory-meets-sweet casserole uses sweet potatoes and hemp or coconut milk and is brimming with warming flavors like cinnamon, nutmeg and maple.
Don’t be intimidated by the idea of making your own vegan yogurt at home – it’s so much easier than you think! First, make a super-simple spiced cashew milk from raw nuts, then mix in probiotics to kickstart fermentation. As it’s fermenting, you’ll start to see air bubbles forming on the surface – this means it’s working. If it’s not tangy enough after 2 days, let it ferment for another 12 hours.
We’ve captured the fragrant flavors of Mexican hot chocolate and baked them right into these decadent cupcakes. They’re gluten-free, grain-free and free of all refined sugars – so you can indulge without guilt!
With less than 300 calories, this classic casual cake is ready for everyday indulgence.
Whole-wheat cinnamon raisin bread is layered with bananas and covered with an egg and milk mixture before baking. An oat crumble topping adds a touch of sweetness and texture.
Try this side, of cinnamon- and carrot-scented wheat berries with butternut squash, with beef, chicken or fish.