Want a delicious dip for your next party? This dip is guaranteed to be a touchdown! It’s fantastic with blue corn chips, crackers, or spread on bruschetta. I like to double the recipe for larger gatherings, but it can easily be cut in half for a smaller portion.
Energy bars are an amazing way to get some quick energy, loads of nutrition, healthy calories, and above all they can be made within a few minutes and with any combination of nuts, seeds, and fruits of your choice. Two of my favorite energy bar recipes are Macadamia Coconut Crunch and Cashew Chia Bars.
Have you ever thought how to snack so that it is actually beneficial for your body? I’m not just talking about reaching for a healthy apple. Your snacks can be much more powerful, well rounded, and complex. Snacks should be a good ratio of plant protein, complex carbohydrates, and healthy fat so that you feel as if you’ve had a mini meal.
Nutritionally, the “pizza” is an excellent combination of the dietary fiber found in the brown rice cake and banana; healthy, monosaturated fat and protein found in the peanut butter; and a boost of antioxidants from the natural berry preserves and cinnamon.
Granola is an incredibly healthy breakfast or snack. Seeds and nuts can be a big part of healthy eating. Here’s a fantastic granola concoction that’s chock full of antioxidants, magnesium, iron, and other delicious nutritiousness.
One of my health and food loving girlfriends and I picked up some store-bought lemon coconut macaroons when out shopping for kitchenware and food, truly my favorite kind of shopping. These macaroons were pretty good, and I was inspired to create my own version. Using the ingredients list on the package to guide me—and with a little trial and error—I came up with a replica keeper recipe.
With all the different protein bars out there, how do you know which one to choose? Well, now you don’t have to stress about the choice. Raw Vegan Chef Jason Wrobel whips up a batch of protein-filled raw vegan breakfast bars that are sure to make you happy.
Dragon fruit you say? Vegan Chef Jason Wrobel blends this exotic fruit into a fancy, heart-healthy drink. Start by grabbing your blender mug and adding coconut kefir and diced dragon fruit. Throw in some lime juice, ginger, stevia, and salt. Then get that blender going for about 30 seconds. That’s it. Pour that frothy goodness into your favorite glass or mug. Sip and enjoy.
Get ready for an apple pie in your glass. Vegan Chef Jason Wrobel smoothifies the traditional apple pie, but it’s much easier, healthier, and tastier than just taking a pie and throwing that holiday staple into your blender.
Join the charm-tastic celebrity chef Jason Wrobel as he fennels the fig out of chocolate with a homemade superfood chocolate treat that will rival anything you find in stores for flavor and health benefits. These little chocolates will go fast, with their sweet, spicy, and indulgent nature.
Grilling avocados may sound a little strange, but it brings out a warm, smoky flavor that works well with this buttery, green fruit. You might want to break out the spoons for this one. That avocado is going to be soft, decadent, and delicious!