This strawberry frozen Greek yogurt is DELICIOUS and crazy easy — just buzz up a few ingredients in the blender and pour it into your ice cream machine! Greek yogurt gives it a boost of protein and frozen strawberries make it easy to make this easy summer dessert anytime you like.
This creamy coconut chia pudding is a delicious breakfast or snack topped with toasted coconut flakes and sweet mango! Prep a bunch ahead of time so it’s always ready when you need a bite.
I love that in this Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce, the tomato base takes a backseat to the squash and pumpkin flavors in this pasta sauce inspired by a Trader Joe’s favorite of mine!
My favorite thing about these Cocoa-Chile Candied Pecans? No egg whites involved. This is a super easy stovetop recipe that will give you sweet, chocolatey pecans with a little hint of cayenne. (Or a big hint of cayenne, if you like.)
Smoked salmon is SUPER easy to make in your smoker! I love brushing mine with maple syrup during smoking to create that sweet-salty crust on top.
This strawberry cobb salad was a hit with the bacon and candied nuts and strawberry balsamic vinaigrette. You can easily make it Whole30 friendly by using plain roasted nuts and compliant bacon!
This is one of my favorite spring salads — bacon and blackberries are such a great combination. Make extra hard-boiled eggs and maple dijon vinaigrette so you can make it for easy weekday lunches!
I’m in love with this little paleo apple crumble! If you’re in charge of dessert for a gathering where someone is avoiding gluten, grains, or dairy, you might end up being kissed if you bring this. Wait until you see how I prepped the apples. *Eek*
I’m usually a savory squash girl, but making roasted butternut squash with maple and my homemade chai spice was the best decision I made this Thanksgiving!
This golden milk has a twist of chai spices and collagen protein for some extra goodness. It’s full of warming spices and is perfect for a chilly night.
This healthy cranberry sauce recipe is quick, easy, and and eons better than canned cranberry sauce! I included all of my favorite wassail flavors — apple cider, orange, cinnamon & vanilla. It’s a beautiful and colorful addition to any Thanksgiving table!
You can make the crepe batter, glazed pecans, and cooked apples the night before to save more time for brunching the next morning.
This tender roasted pork loin is perfect with a sweet butternut squash mash swirled with maple. It’s really as good as it sounds!
These Dark Chocolate Paleo Pancakes taste like you’re eating chocolate cake for breakfast! We love them topped with fresh berries, a drizzle of maple syrup, and some coconut whipped cream. (And maybe some chocolate sauce if it’s Valentine’s Day. *wink*)
Make (and heat up!) this homemade hot chocolate in your high-powered blender! It’s creamy, cozy, and a healthier alternative to store-bought hot chocolate mix on a cold winter day. I included adaptations to make this dairy free, vegan, and keto/low-carb friendly hot chocolate.
Spring means greens! Salads! Strawberries! Maple vinaigrette…. ok maybe not that, but put them all on a plate together and you’ll have your favorite spring salad.
I think breakfast crumble should be a thing — especially if it’s filled with spiced pears and a crumbly, nutty topping!
These soft, Gluten Free Apple Cookies are topped with a maple glaze and are perfect for fall! They remind me of little apple cakes with bits of tart green apple. They’re also naturally sweetened!
This low sugar granola recipe is made with Maple Syrup for a naturally sweetened breakfast! I’ve also used oats, nuts, warm baking spices, toasted coconut, and tart cranberries for the best Granola recipe out there. It’s also gluten-free, dairy-free and super customizable. The way it’s written is our favorite way to make this homemade granola, …