Posts Tagged ‘dairy free’

No Bake Energy Balls

Easy, no bake energy balls are a great pick-me-up snack any time of day. #vegan #nobake Recipe on

When my mother was in town last month, we picked up some medjool dates at the local warehouse store where we have a membership. I kind of felt like a kid in a candy store when we made the purchase because neither my mom nor I usually buy dates at home because neither my dad nor my husband are fans, and it’s a caloric nightmare to eat a huge box of dates by oneself. But they are so good, one of my favorite foods, and I enjoyed sharing them with my mommy while she was here.  (more…)

Vegan Blueberry Muffins

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Crazy delicious vegan blueberry muffins!

Do you know what makes Mondays beautiful, darlings? Fresh blueberry muffins that are so easy to make (only one bowl!), loaded with beautiful fresh blueberries held together by just enough of that perfectly crumbed cake that’s not too sweet and light enough that you feel you could just reach for another… or three. Oh, they also happen to be half whole wheat and vegan, but you know, details details. 😉  (more…)

Peach Green Smoothie

Healthy peach green smoothie recipe. #vegan #dairyfree #greensmoothie
A few weeks ago, we went peach picking at a local farm and picked over 22 lbs of peaches. I used some for sweet recipes, like my Peach Hand Pies, and the Godfather requested another round of Peach Cobbler, but most of the peaches we didn’t eat immediately went into our freezer, and will likely all be used over the next few months making smoothies. I love the convenience of frozen fruit for making healthy smoothies because I want creamy smoothies that feel a little more milkshake than slushie juice, and I don’t want to use too much ice. (more…)

Healthy Spinach Patties

A spinach recipe without cheese! Delicious, healthy, spinach patties are a unique side dish to help you eat your greens! {paleo, whole30, dairy free, gluten free}

Sometimes I get a little overzealous about spinach. I frequently buy the huge warehouse boxes of organic at the store because it’s such a good deal. Normally, this isn’t a problem as one of my favorite quick breakfasts consists of eggs and spinach (savory-breakfast gal here), so I will happily go through the box almost by myself in a week because it’s a great source of calcium, vitamins, lots of good stuff. Spinach also tastes really good.  (more…)

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