To continue from my last post about dehydration I would love to share these wonderful Golden -Coconut Flax Crackers with you all.  I was looking for a sweet version of flax that I could eat my beautiful raspberries with and so I got creative and Viola these little beauties were born. I had   Read More ...

The benefits of having your own food dehydrator are great!  These wonderful little un-ovens can make tons of delicious and healthful treats, help you store your garden harvest so it doesn’t  go to waste, help you build your food storage supplies and allow you to retain the nutrients of foods that would be   Read More ...

I’m Back.  I was away a bit longer than I said I would be because besides going to Alaska for over two weeks we had a personal tragedy in our family.  My ex husband and father of my two oldest children passed away.  He had long standing health problems but we   Read More ...

These Carrot Cake Muffins with Cashew Cream Topping are to die for, seriously!  My husband is a big carrot cake fan and I have to say I never was.  Most restaurants or stores usually had that thick butter cream frosting with a little carrot decoration on the top that I found revolting.  I actually   Read More ...

When I made the Tomato Bisque soup from The Conscious Cook by Tal Ronnen I decided that his Foccacia bread with Caramelized Onions was a must try along side of the soup.  It really is a delicious bread that that I could eat way to much of! The first time I tried   Read More ...

These Peppermint Chocolate Truffles are a great party appetizer.  Because they are covered in candy canes most people won’t realize that underneath that these babies are healthy goodness.  If you really want to make them pure healthy goodness and completely raw just omit the candy cane and add peppermint flavoring instead.   Read More ...

This is a quick and delicious side dish that tastes as yummy as it looks and it is low fat to boot!    If you are serving it along side of a meal that has a bit of fat in it this can even things out a bit.  I last made it   Read More ...

No pigs here folks!  GROSS!! But I do fondly remember the days as a kid that I was served the traditional pigs in a blanket.  Not knowing what I was eating I enjoyed dipping them into my mustard and ketchup combo.  The warm bread surrounding them was always browned to   Read More ...

These Crispy Peanut Butter Treats with Chocolate Chips come from Alicia Silverstone’s book The Kind Diet.  She mentions in the book that they are great to pack for trips or to keep for snacks but they don’t last that long in my house!  They are definitely different from regular rice   Read More ...

I found this wonderful recipe in The Get Healthy, Go Vegan cookbook written by Neal Barnard, MD. It really has a ton of flavor and is very fresh tasting.  It works great as a side salad to a main Mexican dish but for me I made it along side of   Read More ...

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