Using fresh, organic basil, this homemade pesto is an immunity booster just when we all can use one. Making a small batch of pesto with a pestle and mortar results in a fresher batch. This ancient method of food preparation creates less oxidation on the leaves than a food processor resulting in a pesto that’s ∞
This flavorful appetizer will be a hit at your next gathering. The sweet and tangy sauce compliments the the baked turkey meatballs and it will be difficult to have just one. The recipe takes just 1 hour from start to finish.
This vegan salad is a great source of protein and fiber is also healthy and delicious. It actually tastes even better the day after preparation and is easy to bring to any special occasion.
This recipe makes the ultimate coconut cookie with fresh organic ingredients in every bite. Just like macaroons, they are brimming with fresh organic coconut flavor, and they are easy enough for even beginner bakers. I made them 2 different ways: Drop cookies, and hand-rolled cookies. The drop cookie was very chewy and more spread out. ∞
Let’s enjoy the bounty of Autumn and all of its winter squash recipes. Squash by itself can be quite bland and tasteless, let’s face it. Enjoying a vegan/dairy-free meal will always be frowned upon. “But why didn’t you use any meat in this recipe,” is a common question we face. Well, quite honestly, this tasty ∞
Fabulous dairy-free frosted cookies for dessert or anytime.
This year, our pear tree provided an abundant harvest! These pears are completely organic, we never sprayed the tree, and some are ugly but taste fantastic. I am using them all in recipes and eating them just as they are. These Baked Pears are a great accompaniment to your morning yogurt or after dinner for ∞