This gluten free berry crisp recipe is made without oats, which technically makes it a berry crumble. A quick google search has taught me that crisps generally contain oats, while crumbles usually don’t.
This no churn chocolate peanut butter ice cream is a delicious and healthier version of the classic. It’s sweetened with raw honey and made with milk, cocoa powder and natural peanut butter. Plus it has just the right amount of salt to give this frozen treat a nice balance of sweet and salty.
This vegan green goddess dressing really is aptly named (it’s very green and tastes like food of the gods). It’s deliciously herbaceous from the fresh basil, tarragon, parsley and chives.
This baby kale salad with sweet balsamic vinaigrette is an easy and delicious way to get your greens in. It’s perfect for entertaining or as a side salad on a busy weeknight, since it’s so quick and easy to throw together.
These grain free banana muffins taste like such a treat, you’d never guess how nutritious they actually are. In addition to being paleo diet friendly, these muffins are gluten free, dairy free, grain free and refined sugar free.
These paleo cranberry muffins are such a satisfying combination of sweet and tart. They’re lightly spiced with cinnamon, vanilla and orange zest which compliment the juicy bursts of sourness from the cranberries.
This blackberry bread has just the right amount of sweetness to satisfy a dessert craving, but it also makes a great breakfast or snack. Plus it happens to be gluten free, dairy free, refined sugar free and paleo diet friendly.
These peach pecan muffins turned out delicious. The combination of peaches, pecans, and nutmeg just works so well in these muffins. They’re sweet but not too sweet and the best way to describe their flavour is “cozy”.