Cuisine: sweet

Tahini, Coconut, and Dark Chocolate Freezer Fudge

This super simple freezer fudge recipe doesn’t involve any cooking! You just mix the ingredients together, freeze, and eat. The tahini flavor comes through loud and clear, pairing with the cocoa and coconut. If you aren’t a tahini fan (what?!?!? 😉 you can substitute any nut or seed butter. Peanut butter is especially delicious, too! We […] Read more…

 

Pan Baby (AKA Dutch Baby AKA Dutch Pancake)

This dish goes by many names, but we’ve always called it a Pan Baby. It’s basically like a giant popover. Every Sunday, for as long as I can remember, my mom makes a Pan Baby for breakfast, served with an assortment of fruit sauces, syrup, yogurt, etc. It’s delicious and beautiful, but most of all, […] Read more…

 

Cucumber-Rose Lemonade

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This refreshing Cucumber-Rose Lemonade mocktail is very light with just a hint of rose—the perfect pick me up for mammas-to-be who are feeling not so rosey, or anyone looking for a refreshing alcohol free bevvy this summer. Hydration is so important for keeping your energy up, and this combination lends vitamin C along with a […] Read more…

 

Cocoa Coconut Granola

This mildly sweet granola will quell your chocolate cravings while nourishing your body with fiber and healthy fats. Use it atop yogurt, with a little milk, or grab a handful plain.  Read more…

 

Banana Bread Chia Pudding

Craving banana bread but not in the mood to bake? Our chia pudding has you covered. Chia seeds are hydrophilic, meaning they can absorb much more liquid than their tiny size might indicate. That means that they keep you hydrated for a while after eating them and they also keep you feeling full and satisfied for an energized morning.

 

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