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Category Archive: Treats

Jun 13

No-Bake Vegan Cookie Dough

Did you love eating raw cookie dough when you were a kid?  I sure did!  My mom was always whipping up delicious baked goods in our home.  My mom tended to over-bake her cookies because she likes a crunchy texture whereas my hubby and I like our cookies and brownies a bit doughy or raw. This …

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Oct 30

Chocolate Chip Coconut Cookies

OMG!  These cookies are so amazing…you won’t believe they are actually made with healthy, whole food ingredients!  They are gluten-free, dairy-free and Paleo friendly.  They freeze well which is a great method for portion control…just take a few out of the freezer to thaw before dinner and everyone will have their sweet treat straight away! Chocolate Chip …

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Feb 08

My Favorite HEAB Recipes

Today I want to share with you one of my favorite blog sites, Heather Eats Almond Butter (HEAB).  I have been following HEAB for about three years and her eats are clean, simple and delicious! She is a busy mom (with 3 kids) who takes nutrition seriously for herself and her family but not so serious that she …

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Jan 07

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

This recipe has been rattling around in my head for a week or so and I finally had the opportunity to test it out this past weekend.  I was inspired to create a healthy, whole foods plant-based cookie recipe after my sister indicated she would like to begin 2013 with healthier ingredients and recipes for her family.  She …

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Dec 24

An Average Day of Food


Hello!  I receive many questions about what I eat on a regular basis so I would like to share that information with you today.  I have my usual routines with a bit of flexibility usually at dinner time.  I primarily eat raw vegan until dinner and then usually it goes one of three ways: finish the …

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Dec 07

Bananas Foster Pudding

I absolutely adore this pudding.  It tastes like a real dessert splurge but it is very healthy and nourishing.  I demonstrated this recipe at a recent workshop I held. It is quick, contains simple ingredients and can be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator.  In fact, I like it even better after …

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Dec 03

Food for Traveling

Recently we had a weekend road trip to Chicago so I prepped a bunch of healthy, plant-based foods for our cooler.  We always travel with a cooler to avoid getting famished and thereby eating at fast food restaurants.  I bring lots of options which last us for the entire trip period excluding dinner which we usually enjoy out on …

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Nov 21

Chocolate Almond Holiday Bark

I am bringing this chocolate almond holiday bark to our family’s Thanksgiving celebration this year.  The desserts that will be served include the traditional pumpkin pie with whip cream and other dairy-laden goodies that don’t mesh with me.  Originally I wanted to make a raw vegan pumpkin pie to bring but I just didn’t have the …

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Nov 09

Superfood Truffles

I love superfoods! They are packed with so many nutrients that my body screams with excitement when I eat or drink them!  If you’re new to superfoods then I’m really excited you came across this post.  Take the leap into Superfoods 101 today.  Check out my FAQ: Superfood page here and my favorite superfoods from …

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Nov 06

Sugar & Cacao-Free Pudding

I am participating in a sugar-free challenge which is being hosted by Detoxinista.  Man, I didn’t realize how dependent I was on raw honey, raw coconut nectar, maple syrup and dark chocolate.  These are unrefined sweeteners but they still need to be used in moderation.  Let’s just say moderation has not been one of my …

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