In our efforts to give you tips and recipes to alleviate or eliminate your use of plastic packaging at home, we want to give you an easy one today. We all have peanut butter in our homes all the time - and most companies package it in plastic, especially the affordable brands. Even glass jars … Continue reading Making Peanut Butter
This is the first post of our newest run-out of recipes designed to help you eliminate plastic from your grocery list. Though we can't always help what our food was delivered to the store in, we can make the decision to stop the use of plastic on our end. Each of us has the ability … Continue reading Make Your Own Vegan Butter
This snack is so quick and easy, and it will have you feeling like a little kid again as you eat it at work the next day 🙂 RECIPE: 4 Tbsp cocoa powder 4 Tbsp Cornstarch 1 can coconut milk 1 Cup almond milk 1/3 Cup Sugar *1 TSP vanilla- optional!!
With just a few ingredients, you can create a nutrient packed meal in a variety of ways. Beans, lentils, and other types of legumes offer complex proteins with varied amino acid compounds. This means that legumes are a great food to source your protein, iron, and magnesium without the fat and cholesterol that comes with … Continue reading Protein Sourcing: Legumes
This dessert was so fun to make! Taylor and I are really into cashews lately.. They're just so versatile and delicious. I would argue that cashew-milk makes the best non-dairy ice cream. And we LOVE how this ice cream won't leave you feeling weighed down or guilty.. I mean, it's just some cashews 🙂 This … Continue reading Pistachio Cashew-Milk Gelato with Chantilly Cream
Rainbow Carrots are always a great alternative to regular carrots. They have a great color, and their flavor is different as well- its not all just for show. They make a great side for pretty much any meal, and are so easy to make. We love to use rosemary to accent the earthy, root flavors of … Continue reading Roasted Rainbow Carrots with Rosemary