This is one of the simplest muffin recipes I've ever come across. Super sweet thanks to overripe bananas and maple syrup - kids LOVE them! Add blueberries if they're available and in season to give these treats an antioxidant boost.
These sugar free little guys are full of good fats and antioxidants. Macadamia nuts are very low in phytic acids and lectins.
Super Easy and Delicious! This snack is filled with protein and good fats and from the nuts. Dates are a great source of fibre, magnesium, potassium, Vitamin B6 and niacin as well as other vitamins and nutrients.
Tip: You can try this with other nut or seed butters to see which flavour combination you like the best. Cashew butter anyone?
This has to be the simplest way to make Coconut Yogourt.
It will take only a few minutes to prepare and a little 'patience' (about 48 hours) while it ferments.
This recipe can be a little fickle - it may not get very thick, but either way it is delicious and super nutritious.
These are a great pick me up during a cleanse. The raw chocolate contains mood enhancing anandamide also known as the bliss chemical. NOTE: Taste the batter - if it's too bitter for you, add a little raw honey or all-natural maple syrup.
These yummy snacks provide a great source of protein and manganese and folate. Manganese helps with calcium absorption, blood sugar regulation and is also necessary for normal brain and nerve function.
This super nutritious version of lemonade is made with liver loving bitter greens and lemons. Spirulina is a blue/green algae that has been described as "absurdly nutritious', it's a complete protein and a great source of iron, plus it supports the detoxification of heavy metals. Activated charcoal helps to trap toxins and chemicals in the body, so they can be flushed out of the body.