I’ve always been a sucker for gummy candies but I know, I know… They are loaded with junk. What if I told you that these are loaded with fruits, veggies, + vitamins? SOLD. Made with real fruit + veggie juice, these homemade gummies are an awesome substitute… made using Salad Power‘s superfood juice blend, which comes in four flavors: “Just Veggies”, “Veggies + Apple”, “Veggies + Mango”, & “Veggies + Pineapple”.
Potato salad: Always a classic. Just in time for your Memorial Day celebration… I’m throwing not one, but two potato salad recipes at ya!
Granola is such a yummy little snack + it’s surprisingly really easy to make.
I always love a good, versatile recipe… + this one is exactly that. You can pack it with any seeds/nuts/extras that you want, plus you can control how sweet you make it.
It’s true, I have found a new love in almond butter. It’s creamy, smooth texture + it’s mild taste.
If you’ve never tried Barney Butter before, first of all: you’re missing out because it’s incredible… Whether you eat it straight out of the jar, on an apple, or bake it into a cookie skillet. Secondly, they are known for their creamy texture (rather than the usual grittier texture) because they use blanched almonds, rather than keeping the skin on (which creates the grittier texture). PLUS they’re all natural + packed with lots of healthy fats.
Fresh nut milk: As easy as making a smoothie.
I didn’t know much about making your own nut milk, but I used to be under the impression that it was this long, difficult process & it was just easier + cheaper to buy it from the store. PLOT TWIST. Y’all, it’s so simple… + the taste of freshly made nut milk, with a little froth on the top, is to die for.
Get the most out of your trip to NYC: A guide filled with all the sightseeing, food, + fitness you can get in 3 days!
Lace up your walking shoes because this guide is waking intensive.
Turmeric: the magic little powder that packs a health punch.
It is commonly known for its anti-inflammatory benefits, but I personally think it should be known for its exuberant color.
Tofu can either be really good… or really bad + it all comes down to how its prepared. Well, LET ME TELL YA, this recipe is the bomb diggity. It’s so crispy & flavorful, I literally have to resist eating the entire block of tofu when it comes out of the oven. Now that’s love.