Apple picking season is pure joy in the fall, and the smell of a homemade apple pie baking in the oven conjures up images of curling up by the fireplace on a cold autumn evening drinking mulled cider. Apple cider is much more than a seasonal beverage—for many families, like maple sugaring, it is a … Continue reading Apples + Cider = Fall Fun!
Recipe by Bella Yon Cheesecake is loved by many with its smooth, silky creaminess we all enjoy outside of ice cream. However, you may be lactose intolerant or just don't want all the calories associated with dairy products, or have an aversion to how dairy is processed in general and are going vegan all the … Continue reading Vegan Raspberry Mousse Cheesecake
Created by renowned raw chefs Russell James and Amy Levin, two of my favorite raw food chefs, who take the time to show you how to make creative and beautiful foods with few ingredients to maximize nutritional value that are relatively easy to make. Click the photo above to go directly to the recipe! Or … Continue reading Linzer Cookies
Holy cow! By the end of August, you can feel the temperature change and the humidity drop. A hint of Autumn is on the breeze, and in our area, apples and peaches are ripening in the orchards. When our local peaches are fresh-picked, they smell a-mazing and you know, without question, that first bite is … Continue reading Raw Peachy Cobbler
We have been using this recipe for years and it is still one of our favorites around here! Follow these easy steps to make a healthy, refreshing treat that has only two ingredients with no added sugar or artificial ingredients. Try this recipe with peaches in the same way, which is absolutely delicious! Or combine … Continue reading Mango Sorbet
This recipe is very versatile. You can eat them as a snack, as is, dipping into the Chiptole Lime sauce. Or you can use them in place of meat in a taco shell, using the Chipotle Lime sauce in place of sour cream. Or, you can roll the tots in Italian breadcrubs and parmesan and … Continue reading Cauliflower Taco Bites
In association with Halloween, it is hard to steer clear of the lure of colorful bags of candy in all forms in the store and get kids to think differently when all the other kids are indulging heavily. Candy is popular worldwide and mostly made from sugar, artificial flavors, preservatives and food dyes, which provide … Continue reading Healthy Sweet Treat Alternatives to Eating Candy this Halloween
I so enjoy a good peach cobbler, especially raw! You will never miss the crust or the over-cooked, softened peaches. Instead, you will enjoy firm fruit with the syrupy maple undertones of the dates combined with a nice crunch from the pistachios. It is so amazing and one of my seasonal favorites! It requires very … Continue reading Raw Peach Cobbler
I am sure she would have given it to us, but I have vivid summer memories of sneaking into my best friend's aunt's garden and coming out with stalks of her rhubarb, of which she had tons, to dip into sugar and eat by the side of the road. Oh my! I don't know what … Continue reading Strawberry Rhubarb Compote
Scroll down below to find the Irish Soda Muffins... Hamantashen Hamantashen, the classic Purim cookies, are eagerly awaited by everyone young and old. They are versatile and can be made from a good sweet yeast dough, flaky dough or from a traditional cookie dough. The fillings can be mixed and matched. Prune butter and poppy seed are … Continue reading Fun March Madness Recipes!