Free Recipes, Seasonal
Cranberry Apple Christmas Pie Happy Christmas!  I’ve been baking up a storm these last couple of weeks, from making Gluten-Free Gingerbread Waffles, Mini Cranberry & Rosemary Quiches, Peppermint Chocolate Bark Donuts, and now this Cranberry Apple Christmas Pie. I’m so excited to share this recipe with you! I wanted to make a pie full of Christmas-y flavors that was simple to make, healthier, and a beautiful option for your holiday dessert.  Made with sweet, crispy apples, fresh cranberries, a zest of orange, and lots of perfectly added holiday spices, this pie just sings, “Have a holly jolly Christmas, it’s the best time of the year”!  keep reading
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First….Happy 2016!! Wishing you a year that’s full of health, blessings, love and laughter! And if you follow me on Instagram, you may have already seen my photo of how I celebrated New Year’s Day {with confetti, flowers, fruit + pancake letters of course}…so in case you missed it, here it is again! Happy 2016 photo And speaking of pancakes, you probably know by now how much I love breakfast foods! From smoothies to chia seed pudding to good ol’ oatmeal. There’s nothing like a warm bowl of oats, especially during these cold, winter months! And especially when it includes warm apples + pumpkin pie spice! Baked Apple Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal This Baked Apple Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal recipe is dairy-free, vegan, and so simple to make! Also, pure oats are gluten-free, but not all brands provide gluten-free oats because their other products that contain gluten may cross over. If you are gluten-free, here’s a gluten-free rolled oats option for you!  keep reading
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Healthy Christmas Chocolate CookiesLast week, I was invited to a Christmas cookie exchange. Obviously, my cookies had to be healthier than your average cookie;) and also taste good! So the pressure was on a bit. Especially because I didn’t have a chance to recipe test them before making them!  I wished myself luck and hoped for the best.  Well, they turned out awesome!  Yay, thank goodness! I always say this once I develop a new recipe I like, but I will say it again, it’s my new favorite recipe. They taste just like mint brownies.  Which actually means you can make these as cookies or also brownies. The cool thing is they definitely don’t taste healthy, but you know they are!  They are dairy-free, grain-free and gluten-free. The coconut sugar is a low-glycemic, unrefined natural sweetener. The cacao powder is considered a superfood and is a great source of fiber, iron and magnesium. Plus, the extra touch of flaxseed provides omega-3 fatty acids, protein and fiber. They are also easy to make with minimal ingredients.  keep reading
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