These nutritionally dense superfood cookies are delicious, packed with protein and the added benefits of lavender and rooibos tea. They are not too sweet and are great with a nice cup of rooibos tea. They also are gluten free and vegan. The rooibos has too many benefits to mention here. A few of the benefits … Continue reading LAVENDER ROOIBOS ROCKS COOKIES
OAT CRUNCH GRIDDLE CAKES
I first had these amazing pancakes at the Austrian inspired Konditorei Restaurant in Sun Valley, Idaho. I was so happy to see Gluten free pancakes on the menu and they were delicious! They are the kind of pancakes you can’t stop thinking about. So of course, I had to try to recreate them. Serve with … Continue reading OAT CRUNCH GRIDDLE CAKES
LEMON BLUEBERRY BREAD
This healthy gluten free and vegan bread is relatively simple to make and I love the combination of lemon and blueberry. I used chia seeds as an egg replacer. You also could use ground flax seed or any other egg replacer of your choice. I have had good results with Bob's Red Mill egg replacer. … Continue reading LEMON BLUEBERRY BREAD
THE BEST CHIA PUDDING!
THE BEST CHIA PUDDING!
Try this easy, nutritious and delicious Flaxseed granola recipe!
GRANOLA BUTTER – WHAT IS IT?
I keep seeing granola butter as an add-in for recipes, I hadn’t heard of it before, so I had to investigate! What even is granola butter aka oat butter or oatmeal butter? After making my first batch here’s what I think about granola butter, “granola butter is a rich, creamy spread that tastes like liquid … Continue reading GRANOLA BUTTER – WHAT IS IT?
Yet another great Lyn Genet recipe. I love this refreshing dish and add it to salads as my cooked vegetable. It is great to have on hand in the fridge ready to go as a snack served with carrots or crackers. It is a twist on babaganoush because many people are reactive to eggplant. INGREDIENTS … Continue reading ZUCCHINI-NOUSH
MY HÜGELKULTUR GARDEN
Chipmunks loving life in my garden!
BUCKWHEAT CHIA BREAD
Delicious, easy, gluten free and vegan!
MY DELICIOUS BOLTING GARDEN
Bolting occurs when a plant begins to flower and set seed too early. It cuts down on vegetable production and is mainly seen as a negative occurrence, but by a happy accident not to me. We have had unusually hot weather in Central Oregon this summer. Since I am in the high desert and have … Continue reading MY DELICIOUS BOLTING GARDEN