This is a healthy take on an Italian classic. It tastes so good that you won’t even be thinking about how healthy it is!
Who said Cleansing had to be boring? This pumpkin pie recipe from Pop Sugar combines nuts and seeds for the crust with a rich, flavorful, all raw pumpkin pie filling. It’s easy to make, saves you an...
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Chai spices have long been known for their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory & digestive properties. Raw maca powder, a natural root that is said to balance hormones, decrease anxiety, and boost energy levels and libido.
You are going to fall in love with these wraps. They make a great protein-packed lunch, or you can eat them as a healthy snack.
This rice pudding is great after dinner, but can actually be eaten for breakfast. This would be a great addition to a brunch menu. Top with some preserves or fresh berries and you are good to go.
The quinoa in these provides crunchy textural contrast. It isn’t thrown in because of random “for your health!” kind of aspirations. They give the cakes heft and much visual interest.
Quiet and uncomplicated these chocolate dipped pears are holiday perfect for easy elegance. The salted almond coating is for texture and to strike a sweet and salty note to the ensemble.
Quinoa, which is used like a grain but is really a seed, can be found at natural foods stores and many supermarkets.