This beyond simple, creamy dreamy concoction not only tastes amazing, it is loaded with fuel for your beautiful brain! Walnuts boast high levels of antioxidants, ALA omega-3, and polyphenols to reverse oxidative stress and lower inflammation. They also make a mean latte. .
Beets are rich in antioxidants, especially betalain, which provides the beautiful red colour and offers detoxification support. They are also high in folate, which is important in creating healthy red blood cells. This terrine is a real show stopper and makes great (healthy) party food!
This cake is gluten-free, grain-free and made without the use of binders like xanthan gum or guar gum. Compared to traditional cakes it is much higher in protein and fibre, as it is made with (a lot of) free range eggs, coconut flour and also good ol’ grass-fed butter. It’s sweetened with organic simple syrup, […]
This recipe can use sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds, or both! Sunflower seeds are high in selenium and lecithin, while pumpkin seeds are a good source of vegetarian iron and zinc.
These grain-free blondies are sweet and moist, with fibre, protein and healthy saturated fat from coconut oil (that might sound like an oxymoron, but saturated fat helps to maintain healthy cell membranes, as well assist hormone production and calcium absorption. Hurray!!)
Coconut Cake with Pink Honey Buttercream & Organic Whipped Cream Gluten-free, Grain-free & Sugar-free To make the pink honey buttercream for this cake, simply add one teaspoon of beet powder to this recipe! It makes a wonderful sugar-free alternative to traditional frostings and icings. Photography: Priyanka Roy Studios Bouquet: Rococofloral
Butter tarts are a Canadian tradition, and are most popular in Ontario (where I grew up and had the pleasure of indulging in such deliciousness!). These tarts are a healthy alternative, full of fibre and nutrition as they are made with coconut and almond flour, and sweetened with maple syrup. Dried blueberries are delicious in […]