Perfectly flavored and soft, these applesauce fruit leathers are the perfect snack for kids and are so easy to make.
When life hands you peaches, make peach fruit leather. It's the best way to preserve that delicious flavor so you can enjoy it long after peach season is over.
These breakfast cookies are our favorite way to eat in the mornings when we're running late and rushing out the door. Hearty enough to fill bellies and packed with protein and everything we need to start the day.
Thick and creamy buttercream frosting sweetened with maple sugar, not the powdery white stuff. And real cherries add a pop of color and true cherry flavor, no artificial stuff here. Pairs perfectly with our rich Grain Free Chocolate Mud Cake.
Homemade almond butter is fresher, healthier, and tastier than store-bought. Maple sugar (which is just dehydrated maple syrup) is used as the sweetener which makes sure that the almond butter consistency isn't messed up by adding the liquid version of the sweetener. We love this Maple Cinnamon Almond Butter on apple slices and celery sticks.
If you're not a fan of traditional mayonnaise, and prefer a sweeter version (think Miracle Whip), then this is the mayo for you. Sweetened with a bit of honey, this mayo makes a great transition from the store-bought stuff for the picky eaters in your life.
This quiche is easy to make and tastes great reheated days later. With nutritional yeast in place of cheese, and a grain-free crust, you get all the flavor you'd expect with none of the gut-irritants. It's a kid favorite around here, constant begging for seconds and thirds. And I mean, c'mon, bacon.
Plain eggs and potatoes can be a boring breakfast day in and day out. Shake it up a bit by making these simple Eggs In A Nest. The sweet potatoes get a boost in flavor with the addition of sweet apples and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar.
Our family is always on the go, so finding so finding ways to stay nourished while we're off on an adventure is important. These little cookies are the perfect mix of soft, chewy, crunchy, and chocolatey. Perfect for a hike in the mountains.
Why buy almond butter in the store when you can make it at home? It tastes better and you control the ingredients. I mean, this is white chocolate almond butter! Way better than anything you'll find in the store, trust me.