Recipe from Green For Clean Desserts by Annie Grapes
Are you ready to take your baking to the next level? Warm Coconut Cookies are a great way to start. They're delicious and healthier than store-bought cookies. Plus you get the added bonus of knowing you made these yourself!
Most of my recipes have short simple ingredient lists. Warm Coconut Cookies are an exception to the rule with about 10 ingredients, but most of these you already have in your kitchen or are easy to find in the store. So let's get baking and leave the butter in the fridge cause these cookies are butter free!
1. Preheat oven to 350 and get a baking sheet out
2. Get all your ingredients measured out and set aside
1. In a LARGE bowl, add flax seed and warm water
2. In a second bowl, add flour, salt and baking soda
3. Add coconut oil, brown sugar, and vanilla to LARGE bowl and mix until blended
4. Add the contents of the second bowl with the flour to the LARGE bowl and keep stirring. (If it gets too dry, add milk)
5. Slowly mix in oats and coconut shavings
6. Place spoonfuls of this mixture on baking sheet
7. Bake in oven about 8-10 minutes
8. Allow to cool then sprinkle with extra coconut shavings or chocolate if you're feeling naughty
Have you ever eaten home made cranberry sauce? If so, you likely don’t have fond memories of it- between the bitter berries and the consistency of the mystery sauce, most Americans overwhelming choose canned cranberry sauce.
We’re talking about cranberry sauce Linda! Who cares about ‘nutritional value’?
Everything you eat has a nutritional value, not just the good stuff, so why eat high fructose corn syrup when you can try this AMAZINGLY good cranberry sauce that isn’t covered in hard bitter berries or watery mystery goo.
It's so mouth watering and delicious that I bet you’ll never even go back to the canned goop again.
The mixture will look the same for the first 2 hours, then you should see the cranberries starting to split in two, or develop small cracks. When you see this, you know your sauce is done!
5. Turn off the slow cooker, remove the lid and fish out the cinnamon stick and orange halves.
6. Stir. Leave the lid off and allow the sauce to thicken (it WILL thicken!) for about 30 minutes.
Anybody can randomly chop up watermelon and hand it to you. Some people know how to cut it right, and few know how to "serve" watermelon- like it's fine dining. We here at Eat2Live2Love understand what a budget is, and we also know you wanna look good while on that budget! So spend $5 and buy a watermelon, cut it, then create this unique serving suggestion recipe.
Just combine the ingredients, mixing it up in a large bowl, refrigerate for a few minutes and serve in a pretty bowls and fancy forks. Your $5 melon is now one in a million! Way to go!
Stupid Easy Directions
Preheat oven to 450
Wash and dry your potatoes (don't cut)
Roll Potatoes in Olive Oil and place them on a baking sheet
Add salt/pepper to taste and toss in oven
Bake for 20min, making sure to flip them 1/2 way through
There are a ton of variations to this recipe, like adding in other cut veggies, cheeses, sauces... but we thought we'd keep it clean for you and let you decide what you wanted to add! This recipe is 100% Kid Approved and perfect for little fingers. Plus, you can change up how this side dish is presented.
Whole, Diced, or Sliced
Did you know that over half of the nutrients in a potato are found in the skin? Red potatoes are a great source of fiber and B vitamins, so don't peel them!
Wouldn't you love to add a healthy berry glaze to your pancakes, waffles, cakes or as a topping for yogurt, sorbet or even cottage cheese? Try this easy to make two ingredient recipe to make you look like a pro.
1. Puree strawberries in your blender.
2. Mix puree and cornstarch in a pot and heat on the stove bringing to a boil.
3. Stir until it thickens. (just a few minutes)
4. Put in fridge and serve cool.
Perfect to show off in front of guests at brunch or just to add as a topping to a snack or dessert. Create a more gelatin consistency and added health benefits, try adding some chia seeds. You'll love how easy it is to make and how delectable it tastes !
To learn more about how strawberries can help you heal, click here and enjoy the recipe!
Does this have sugar? Yes. Is it the next best thing to binge eating Ben & Jerry's ? Yes. Well, close enough away. Checkout this yummy dessert idea from Pop Sugar Moms.
1/2 cup blueberries
1 Mango, Diced
1 cup of Organic Greek Yogurt (per fruit)
1-2tsp of honey (per fruit)
Linda's Tip: Don't Microwave the nutrients out! Use the stove instead.
Sweet tooth calling your name? Don't want to fall off the wagon? The Sweet Blueberry Crunch is sinfully sweet-and yet still good for you! Perfect as a brunch, snack, or even dessert. Simply mix all these ingredients up in a bowl, or layer them for a fancier effect- either way you'll be in blueberry crunch heaven.
*Reminder: Both yogurt and granola can be high in sugar, so make sure you read the label to get the cleanest versions avaiable to you.
As always, we recommend using organic, clean ingredients every time you're in the kitchen.
Recipe from Jack LaLaine's Power Juicer. Learn more HERE
This is a sweet treat perfect for summer time! Add in Chia Seeds, Flax Seeds or any extras to boost the benefits to make this a sweet healthy treat.
Simply add ingredients into your blender and serve! Don't have any cranberries laying around? Swap for a banana and add more texture and potassium.
100% Kid Approved and yummy for everyone!
Preheat oven to 400 degrees & butter both of the muffin pans
2. Melt chocolate in either a melting pot or on the stove.
(Place chocolate in pot and stir while on low heat until it's smooth.)
3. Combine the beans and eggs in a blender for a few seconds to mix.
(Make sure you drain the beans if in a can)
Add Agave Nectar, Baking Powder, Vanilla, Cayenne Pepper and salt.
Blend until smooth.
Transfer your blender mixture into a bowl.
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