You remember those crispy rice squares, right? Those ooey-gooey, sticky, crunchy, more-marshmallow-than-cereal squares that Mom used to make? There’s nothing more comforting than diving into a treat you used to enjoy as a little kid, especially one surrounded by happy memories in the kitchen. Yum—except for the boiled pig bones and artificial colors.
You requested it and celebrity vegan chef Jason Wrobel delivered with a recipe for mouth-watering, meatless nachos. To make the “meat,” begin by adding walnut pieces to a food processor. Add in coriander seed, cumin, coconut aminos, and black pepper. Give that a go in the processor until it’s a good beefy texture (make sure not to over-process).
Celebrity vegan chef, Jason Wrobel, gives us a fresher take on traditional hummus with his oil-free edamame hummus. This super delicious, super easy recipe replaces the usual garbanzo beans with non-GMO, organic edamame.
Jason Wrobel, aka J-Wro, vegan celebrity chef and raw food alchemist, puts his skills to work, and creates a creamy turmeric coconut milk. Within just 20 minutes you’ll be able to pour it in your favorite mug and enjoy this sweet and savory drink after an intense workout or yoga session.
Celebrity vegan chef Jason Wrobel serves up some old school Puerto Rican flavor with these yummy plantains with coconut whipped cream. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy a taste of the islands. The only downside to this recipe—it disappears way too quickly!
Zain Saraswati Jamal, mind, body & spirit coach, shows us how to make her super easy, superfood energy bars. These bars are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, magnesium, fiber, iron, and protein, making them a nutritional powerhouse.
Zain Saraswati Jamal shares her delicious and healthy Ketchup Kale Chip recipe! This easy snack will satisfy your cravings while keeping your waistline in check. Enjoy them on their own, sprinkled on salads, or as a side dish to your favorite meals.
Seriously, these little guys combat inflammation, cholesterol, and more. Fifteen minutes in the oven and you have gooey, crunchy, yummy goodness. Resist the urge to slap somebody though, please! They are so good that it's hard not to, but you will make it through
Here's a simple treat to enjoy with a small group of friends. With only five ingredients to mix, this recipe is fast to make and quick to clean up. It'll make about 12 cookies depending on the size you prefer, allowing you to make just the right amount for your family or small gathering. You'll be sure to get a lot of compliments for this one!
Pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain that aids digestion and helps prevent inflammation AND muscle soreness. It’s also a good source of vitamin C, which helps strengthen your immune system. Lemons are another great natural digestive aid, jam-packed full of antioxidants, vitamin C, and limonene, which is thought to inhibit breast cancer. Coconut is a nutritious superfood rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It's also high in antioxidants, to help slow down the aging process and protect the body from free-radical damage as well as boost metabolism.
One of the best and worst parts during the holidays are the treats. There are so many delicious goodies to partake of, but a good number of them are unhealthy, processed foods full of sugar. And with so many events and people offering you more, it can cause a bit of a toll on your self-restraint