Simple. Healthy. Vegan. The indulgent part here is the mini chocolate chips, otherwise only whole plant foods! So of course you could make the chips optional or suns for raisins or something, but what can I say? Chocolate.
2 very ripe Bananas
1.5 cups rolled Oats
1/3 cup mini chocolate chips (I like Enjoy Life brand)
Yields about 14
Combine all ingredients in a bowl, mashing banana and oats before adding the chocolate chips, and drop by sooonfuls on lined cookie sheet.
Bake at 350 x 15min.
That is it! Store in sealed container in the fridge, but the texture is best when fresh.
This is so simple and makes the entire house smell so good! I had intentions of making these onto something more elaborate, but they came out looking and smelling so perfect, that I decided they should remain the star of the meal/snack/dessert! Combining with some sticky rice and creamy tahini is the perfect snack for anytime 🙂
About 8 small apples, sliced
1 cup water
1tsp pumpkin pie spice
Dash ground clove
Dash ground nutmeg
You could use coconut oil spray instead of water and some sugar, salt, etc for flavor, but for me this is perfect. Simply put all ingredients in a baking dish and toss well to coat apples.
Then bake at 375F x 25min
Serve over brown rice or oatmeal with a drizzle of tahini or nut butter for an amazing breakfast or dessert! I used sweet brown rice and tahini, amazing!
These are super low sugar and nothing but wholesome ingredients! These make great breakfast cookies or just a super clean version of your favorite bedtime snack. For me they make a perfect afternoon snack or after dinner treat! These are completely oil free, antioxidant rich, and delicious!
1 cup oats
1 cup unsweetened apple sauce
1tsp ground flax
1tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp almond extract
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/3 cup cacao nibs
1 tsp pumpkin pie spice
Mix all ingredients in a large bowl, scoop onto a lined baking sheet in heaping tablespoons.
Yields 12-16 depending on size.
Bake at 375F x15 min for softer cookies, 20min for crispier!
Not too sweet and with a delicious cacao nib crunch!
I’ve been on a daily smoothie kick recently, and this one stood out. I’m trying get more watery, raw, fresh produce in first thing in the morning, plus something to drink is so much easier to take to work! I sweetened this one up a tad with some stevia and some flavor extracts, and the result was rich and creamy! Super tasty. Plus superfoods 🙂
-1 sambazon packet of Acai
-1/4 bag frozen mixed berries (so 3-4oz)
-Water to blend (about 2/3 cup)
-Ice to taste (about 1/2 cup)
-Vanilla extract, 1/4 tsp
-Almond extract, 1/8 tsp
-Stevia, about 7 drops
Throw them all into a blender and pour into a large container (or into cups to serve two) and enjoy! I find a breakfast like this keeps me energized and not dragging through my morning. All that fiber, water, and micronutrients are surprisingly filling!
Ah, I know summer is winding down, but something this delicious and refreshing is always good by me. I’m that person shivering in line for ice cream, so yeah, any weather warrants frozen treats in my book! This vegan sorbet has no added sugars or fats, just nature’s most refreshing invention, fruit+freezing=amazing. Thus making my vitamix the best investment I’ve ever made 🙂
All you need:
1 frozen banana
1/4 frozen cubed cantaloupe
Splash rice milk
Combine ingredients in a high speed blender or food processor till creamy, adding only enough liquid to move everything along. Then you are done!
I topped mine with ground flax and whole grain cereal, and had it for breakfast 😊