No-Bake Raw Coconut Macaroons

If you have ever shopped with a strong willed toddler, you’ll be able to relate to my recent shopping trip with my youngest. Our window for a peaceful shopping experience was quickly coming to an end when he saw the new Christmas stock of toy cars and trucks pilled high. “Mama, is this mine?” (a question he’s been asking quite often) “no, they aren’t yours, … Continue reading No-Bake Raw Coconut Macaroons

Easy Raw Protein Granola Bars

Granola bars are a favorite among Americans. We wake up, grab a granola bar and rush out the door to begin our busy days. We pack our kids lunch and toss one in, thinking it will be a healthy addition. I mean, we’re talking about oats, and oats are good right? Yeah, they are…..but its not the oats thats the concern, its everything that surrounds … Continue reading Easy Raw Protein Granola Bars

Homemade Roasted Garlic Hummus

Hummus has gotten really popular in the last few years, and for good reason. Its a delicious, healthy and quick snack thats very versatile. Hummus is one of those things I would buy week after week. When we are having things like chicken for dinner Avah (who is mostly vegetarian, I say mostly because she will eat some hamburger….. sometimes….) can always eat hummus for … Continue reading Homemade Roasted Garlic Hummus

Raw Chocolate Raspberry Mousse

Have you ever found yourself hooked to something and you wondered when it happened? You pondered it, thought about it, and you couldn’t  remember when it must have gripped you so tightly.  You know at some point there was a switch, a time when you felt you couldnt turn back, you couldn’t stop even if you wanted to. Maybe it lured you in a little … Continue reading Raw Chocolate Raspberry Mousse

Frozen Yogurt and Chia Bites

Im always trying to create fun healthy snacks for the kids. My hope is that when someone offers them, say, a pack of m&m’s, they politely decline, reflecting on the dye and artificial free snacks I have made them. We aren’t quite there yet, but I can be hopeful right? I have to be honest, over the years I have seen a lot of “whatever” … Continue reading Frozen Yogurt and Chia Bites

Chia Pudding

Does anyone else feel like breakfast foods are full of sugar? Americans consume about 170 pounds of sugar a year, up from under 20 pounds per year in the 1700’s! Sugar has been associated with over 60 ailments including but not limited to allergies, anxiety, cancer, arthritis, behavior problems, diabetes, eczema, fatigue, heart disease, weakened immunity, osteoporosis, and ulcers just to name a few. We … Continue reading Chia Pudding