Combine a piña colada and a fruit crumble, and you get this delicious treat.
This flavorful loaf is sweetened with dates and granulated monk fruit, the latter of which is derived from a fruit native to Southeast Asia that’s 100 times sweeter than granulated sugar. It’s low-glycemic and works beautifully in baking recipes. Serve slices with almond butter and fresh fruit.
Cashew butter and an array of cooked vegetables are blended into a creamy sauce that’s drizzled over these nachos made from sliced sweet potatoes. You may have some leftover sauce, but it’s great reheated and poured over roasted vegetables or drizzled over chili. Simply cover and refrigerate and then reheat on the stove top.
Melissa Urban suggests preparing this gorgeous fruity crumble with nut and seed topping for a baby shower, but we think it will be well received after a dinner party as well.
Featuring fresh peaches and an oat and nut topping, this peach crisp makes for a wholesome breakfast or afternoon treat. To save on ingredients in the plan, we use whole almonds and grind them into flour, but if you already have almond flour on hand, you can use it instead (use a roughly equivalent amount).
Whether you like ’em rolled, folded or stacked high, go for these grain-free crepes that are made without any sweeteners.
Any morning is glorious when this loaf is ready and waiting. It’s grain-free and packed with good-for-you ingredients, but the coconut butter glaze almost takes this breakfast into dessert. Remember to use coconut butter, not coconut oil, for the glaze.
This super-simple curry gets volumes of flavor – and an anti-inflammatory punch – from a DIY curry blend that starts with turmeric.
Cauliflower is a great substitution for rice – whether you’re looking to up your veggies, reduce your carbs or go grain-free. We love this Asian take on “cauli-rice” with sesame oil and tamari. If you’re following a gluten-free diet, check the bottle to ensure tamari is gluten-free.
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.