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chia seeds

Afternoon snack attack? I’ve got you covered {and it’s healthy, too!}. I wanted to put together a savory snack for once, and I think I nailed this one 😉Not only will this satisfy your mid day slump, but it will also bring to you a plethora of nutrients in every bite! I included a whole slew of […]

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Oven-Baked Chia Veggie Crackers {gluten & oil-free}

Feb 29, 2016

Two weeks ago I received a beautiful package from Melissa’s Produce that contained the star ingredient of this recipe: kumquats. I was so excited for the goodies I received, but the excitement had faded, as I had soon realized that I had no idea what I was going to do with four pints of kumquats. I […]

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Kumquat Coconut Oatmeal Cookies (Gluten, Oil and Refined Sugar-Free)

Mar 2, 2015

This pizza crust IS the best raw vegan pizza crust that I’ve had. Low fat Nut-free Gluten-free Raw Guilt-free Healthy A high carb. low fat raw vegan pizza crust that will knock your socks off! This recipe is stated to be meant for 2 people, but come on guys, you want this all to yourself, or […]

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Low Fat Raw Vegan Zucchini Pizza Crust (hclf, nut- and gluten-free)

Feb 20, 2015

Vegan Berry Love Pies w/ Red Velvet Crust (raw, gf, low-fat)

Love is in the air, Happy Valentine’s Day! In honor of this holiday, I made a special pink and red treat for you all: Vegan Berry Pie w/ Red Velvet Crust. This recipe is low in fat, nut-free, no-bake, raw, and easy peasy orange squeezy to put together. Feel free to decorate your love pies […]

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Feb 13, 2015

Baked Chocolate Kale Chips

YES, this happened. The thought of chocolate being paired with kale kind of blew my mind. Initially, I just said why? But the pairing sparked  my curiosity…I had to have it. If it involves kale, I’M IN! If you aren’t fond of kale, or if your kiddies who refuse to eat their greens, these are a […]

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Nov 5, 2014

Apple Cinnamon Chia Pudding

I’ve always been a breakfast person, but I never used to be the “healthy breakfast” person. A big cinnamon roll or a giant bowl of sugary cereal used to be my go to meals to fuel the start of my day. But what do you expect from a high school student making these decisions on […]

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Nov 22, 2013

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