You guys already know that I'm a huge fan of chickpeas. They have everything you need - protein, iron, calcium. You can read Healthy Eating Essential: Chickpeas to learn a little more, but if you're already sold on the magic of chickpeas here's a fun way to eat more of them. There are so many ways … Continue reading Chickpea Pasta!
Have you ever tried to teach kids yoga before? This is a really cute book geared towards teaching the little ones how to do the same poses the big kids are doing. The illustrations are bright and cheerful and the descriptions are clear and cute. It honestly is a fun book to have out to … Continue reading Good Night Yoga
Passion Fruit Crêpes by @avantgardevegan 💚 1 cup Plain Flour 1 + 1/2 cups of Almond Mill Pinch Salt 2 Tbs melted Coconut Oil Few tbs of Oil for frying Method Simply mix the above ingredients in a mixing bowl with a whisk until smooth, cover and place in the fridge for 1 hour or … Continue reading Passion Fruit Crepes
I loooooove carrot cake. It's rich, moist, and that frosting is so creamy. If you play your cards right though, you can transform this traditionally naughty recipe into a sneaky health food. Trading regular sugar for apple sauce and making the frosting out of cashews instead of cream cheese eradicates a lot of would be … Continue reading Vegan Carrot Cake With Cashew Cream Frosting
Chickpeas are one of the world's healthiest foods and coming up with new creative ways to eat them is a top priority. Sometimes, however, the old way is the new way. Falafel is an ancient dish, but if you didn't grow up eating falafel (like most Westerners) then it is a new exciting thing to … Continue reading Falafel Sandwich with Yogurt Sauce
My newest berry obsession is the kiwi berry. It looks just like the big ones, but they are perfectly bite sized and instantly make your meal adorable. Check out this easy fruit salad you can whip up in minutes. Ingredients A carton of kiwi berries 2 Dragon fruits in white and pink (or watermelon and … Continue reading Kiwi Berry Salad
I love how fruits taste when you roast them, it's like the natural sugars caramelize and evolve into something new and exciting. Peaches have a very special place in my heart, but you could try this same recipe with many different fruits as well and I bet they'd all taste good. INGREDIENTS 4 yellow peaches, … Continue reading Roasted Peach Sorbet