'Tis the season!' What is Christmas without ginger-spiced cookies? And, if you're planning on baking up a batch this Christmas, we've got the perfect festive recipe for you! These cookies are gluten-free, dairy-free (if you sub butter for coconut oil) and refined sugar-free, yet they taste and look very festive!
With a slather of grass-fed butter (healthy fats), this could be a great breakfast bread. It’s also ideal for kids' lunchboxes as it’s nut-free! You could omit the honey, making it purely sweetened with pears. There is also an option to add collagen to the bread for bone, hair and nail strength.
You're going to love how easy this paleo strawberry shortcake is! With the use of almond flour, it allows you to indulge in a guilt-free dessert, and who doesn't love that?! Most gluten-free shortcakes recipes use ingredients that aren't much better than wheat flour and white sugar. Our shortcake recipe uses more nutrient-dense ingredients such as almond flour.
Our Watermelon Fruit Roll-Ups are an easy homemade snack. The first five ingredients in most popular store-bought fruit roll-ups are corn syrup, dried corn syrup, sugar, pear puree concentrate and palm oil. In our case, we've ditched all the nasties and replaced it only with real fruit, coconut oil, and honey.
Finger Fruit, the perfect little bowl of goodness for back to school lunches or simply as a delicious snack. These watermelon fries are all we can think about and we highly recommend them, especially with the sweet and zesty dip! Oh...did we mention that it’s super easy to make?
Before summer escapes us, we wanted to share a recipe that is easy to make and super delicious poolside snack. A twist on a classic tomato salsa, a peach salsa is a great way to eat seasonal. Make a batch, store it in the fridge and avoid all the sugar, preservatives, and dehydrated vegetables in the the store bought version.
You may have heard the phase ‘but sugar is still sugar’, especially in the low carb and paleo communities. You may have also stumbled across evangelical fruitarians who eat nothing but fruit and claim amazing health benefits from doing so. As with most things related to nutrition, a balanced approach is what makes most sense.
We are excited to be including samples of micro greens in all discovery boxes during the week of Saturday, June 22nd. The mix that will be included is called "Rainbow Mix". These micro greens will be available as an add-on to our boxes going forward.
Amongst the foods that will keep you fuller for longer are foods high in protein. Peanut butter is of course one of the more well-known high protein foods, but many kids and adults aren’t able to eat it because it contains nuts. For this reason, sunflower seed butter is actually a great substitute!