Nut-Free Chocolate Spread

A glass dish full of chocolate spread next to some toast.

This homemade nut-free chocolate spread is allergy friendly, picky kid approved, and so delicious. It’s easy to make in just a few minutes and is more nutritious than most store bought chocolate spreads. It’s perfect for school lunches and snacks. In addition to being nut-free, it’s also dairy-free, vegan, gluten-free, paleo, and refined sugar-free. Ingredients

Sauteed Cinnamon Apples

Sauteed apples on a white plate.

These sautéed cinnamon apples are slightly caramelized and spiced just right. They’re delicious served as a topping for pancakes, crepes, or French toast. Or serve them for a nutritious dessert, either by themselves or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. They’re gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo diet friendly, refined sugar-free, and vegan. Main ingredients My favourite

Vegan Buckwheat Pancakes (Gluten-Free)

A stack of buckwheat pancakes dripping with maple syrup.

These vegan buckwheat pancakes are hearty, flavourful, and delicious. They’re easy to make, nutritious, and have an earthy, slightly floral flavour from the buckwheat flour in this recipe. These pancakes are perfect for lazy weekends but are also great for meal prepping. You can make a batch and freeze them so you’ll have something quick

Coconut Candy Bars

Chocolate coconut bars displayed on a plate.

These coconut candy bars are a delicious gluten-free, grain-free, and nut-free treat. They’re perfect when you’re craving the combination of chocolate and coconut. Key ingredients & substitutions These bars are made with shredded coconut. Be sure that the coconut you’re using is unsweetened otherwise these will turn out too sweet. This recipe calls for dark

Date and Coconut Balls (Vegan & Gluten-Free)

Nine coconut balls on a white plate.

These date and coconut balls are an easy, filling, and delicious snack packed with nutrients. They’re gluten-free, vegan, nut-free, and refined sugar-free. You can prep these in advance and store them in the fridge so you’ll have a nutritious snack ready to go on busy days. These are sweet enough to satisfy a dessert craving,

Caramelized Almonds

A bowl of candied almonds.

These caramelized almonds have the perfect balance of sweet and salty flavours. They’re spiced with cinnamon and cloves and have a satisfying crunchy texture. These nutritious candied almonds are gluten-free, vegan, and refined sugar-free. Serve them as party nibbles or on the go snacks. Main ingredients and substitutions It’s best to use raw, unsalted almonds

Coconut Flour Loaf Cake

Slices of loaf cake on a white plate.

This coconut flour loaf cake is sweet, fragrant, rich, and flavourful. It’s nutritious enough to enjoy for breakfast or a snack, yet sweet enough to satisfy a dessert craving. This gluten-free, paleo diet-friendly cake is filling, nutrient-rich, and perfect with a cup of coffee or tea.  Main ingredients and substitutions  Freshly grated orange zest adds

Chocolate Buckwheat Cake

A slice of cake with three raspberries on top.

This rich and decadent chocolate buckwheat cake is perfect for special occasions. It has a sweet, chocolaty glaze that drips down the sides of the cake for a pretty presentation. Serve it as a birthday cake or whenever you’re craving an indulgent yet nutritious gluten-free vegan treat. Main ingredients and substitutions Buckwheat flour is the

Dark Chocolate Hummus

A bowl of chocolate hummus next to a pile of strawberries.

This dark chocolate hummus is a tasty vegan dessert idea that will satisfy any chocolate craving. It’s easy to make and calls for simple, nutritious ingredients. Serve this as a fruit dip for fresh strawberries, raspberries, bananas, apple slices, or any other type of fruit you prefer. Main ingredients Hummus is traditionally made from chickpeas

Buckwheat Banana Bread

A loaf of banana bread on a white platter.

This buckwheat banana bread is a hearty and delicious treat made with buckwheat flour. It’s gluten-free, vegan, and refined sugar-free. Serve a slice of this filling, nutritious bread for breakfast, snack time, or dessert. It’s sweet, flavourful, and completely satisfying served on its own, but for an extra special treat you can dress it up with