This recipe is simple, super scrumptious and allergy friendly/adaptable. It’s gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free. You can make this recipe vegan by using an egg replacement (more power to ya)!
Enjoy…share…and let me know if you have any feedback!
I try not to overdo it, but sweets are my weakness and I love baking! I fell in love with baking when I was in my first couple of gluten-free years around 2014, also not too long after starting this blog. I would find bliss in every step, especially the photos and the anticipation of tasty results. Nowadays I don’t have as much leisure and I’m lucky if I can get one recipe post done a month, but I try because it’s a hobby and sharing that brings me joy. Follow your bliss right? 🙂
Cheers to a scrumptious fall treat that is soft, chewy, melts in your mouth, AND is allergy-friendly. These cookies are dairy-free, gluten-free and soy-free! Yay!
(These bad boys take about 30 minutes to create)
(soy -free & dairy-free with vegan option)
(This recipe can be made vegan by leaving out the egg or using an egg replacer)
This smoothie is rich in antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin C, B- complex vitamins and important phytochemicals like anthocyanins and bioflavonoids.
This smoothie is light with a yummy tang and pairs well with balancing morning carbs like oatmeal, toast, etc.
I drank mine after a workout, paired with one Kashi gluten free cinnamon waffle (topped with banana).
It’s also super easy to make!
1 cup fresh kale
1 raspberry coconut yogurt (So Delicious brand)
1/2 cup coconut water
1 large handful of frozen dark cherries
1 handful of frozen blueberries
1 handful of frozen raspberries
1 palmful of chia seeds
Blend well and enjoy!
This smoothie was so super yummy it nearly knocked my socks off (because I was dancing around in excitement while drinking it lol no but really it’s amazing)
This green smoothie is nutrient dense with energizing matcha, skin radiating fruits and greens, good fats, and healthy sugar sources.
I enjoyed this with some gluten free oatmeal after a fully body workout.
What You’ll Need:
1 cup Almond Milk
1 cup frozen banana
1/2 cup frozen pineapple
2/3 cup spring mix greens
3 tsp coconut oil
1 tsp raw organic tahini
1 tsp spirulina crunch
1/2 tsp matcha powder
1 pinch of fresh parsley (chopped)
Blend and enjoy!
Cheers to a simple smoothie that will lighten your load…literally. If you’re feeling bloated or swollen, this mix is packed with some spice and fruits that can serve as a natural diuretic. ( and it tastes good!)
Basically a diuretic increases the amount of salt excreted in urine and helps relieves water retention swelling (edema) and bloating.
Blend together the following and enjoy!
1/4 cucumber (medium size)
1 gala Apple
1 cup pineapple
1 squeeze of lime wedge
1/2 tsp turmeric
1/3 cup of water
1/3 cup of crushed ice
This salad is pretty basic but I really want to share the dressing! It was delightful and so simple.
Spring mixed greens
Dried prunes (cut into nibble size chunks)
The dressing! Yay!
1.5 tbs canola mayo
1 tbs strawberry chia jelly
4 tbs sesame oil
1/2 tsp ground mustard seed
– all well mixed together
(Makes about a 1/2 cup)
These were an experimental success. My boyfriend even said they might now be in his top favorite foods. Smiles all around. This recipe is about a 5 minute prep and about an hours time to complete the task of making the yummiest roasted sweet potatoes ever. I used white organic sweet potatoes, but any sweet potatos will do. This recipe serves 4 people. (Or two super duper hungry people?)
You will need:
2 Sweet potatoes
1tbs Agave nectar
1 tbs Balsamic vinegar glaze
Handful of Walnuts
Salt (Himalayan pink salt pref.)
Preheat oven to 350 deg F
Slice washed potatoes into coins (about a 1/2 inch thick)
Rub with olive oil in a shallow baking dish
Rub with oregano, salt, pepper and ginger
Drizzle agave and balsamic over the potatos
Add dates (cut into finger-tip sized chunks)
Add crush walnuts
Bake 50-60 minutes
These wraps are super simple and quite tasty! I got most of these wholesome ingredients at Rollin’ Oats. Preparation for this quick meal is about ten minutes.
(I used all organic ingredients)
Udis Gluten Free Spinach Tortillas
Handful of baby arugula
Palmful of microgreens mixture
2 small Radishes sliced
Red Onion (slivers)
Grape Tomatos (sliced into four)
Carrots (I used a 4-6 carrot chips)
Cilantro (used 6-8 leaves)
pinch of salt (sprinkle over)
Dash of pepper (sprinkle over)
Warm wrap in pan/skillet on medium high for one minute.
Place all ingredients inside the wrap, drizzle over balsamic vinegar and sprinkle pepper and a little salt. Wrap and enjoy!
Today I wanted a smoothie bowl, so I made one with what I had.
Blend:1/2 cup of Mixed Berries
1/2 cup of Cashew Milk (your preference)
1 super ripe organic banana
1/2 scoop of Nature’s Food Plant Based Fit Protein Vanilla
1 tbs of Justin’s Vanilla Almond Butter
1 palmful gluten free oats (Bob’s Red Mill)
1 sliced organic kiwi
blueberries and raspberries.
(Sit down and enjoy ,but first pat yourself on the back for being awesome.)
Happy Monday y’all!
– Wellness Bae