This no-bake recipe is based on the Peanut Butter & Honey Rice Crispy Treats from “The First Forty Days” by Heng Ou. They are crunchy, sweet, salty, and nothing short of addicting. Feel free to play around with your favorite nut butters, seeds and dried fruit. Just keep in mind that they are best eaten cold. (I like them right from the freezer!)
This is a great alternative to traditional hummus for those who are either following the Autoimmune Protocol, or who might be sensitive to chickpeas or tahini/sesame. The artichokes offer a creamy texture, and carrots and turmeric give it a nice earthy sweetness and pretty orangey hue. (( This recipe is inspired by Rachel at Meatified ))
As with many roasted veg recipes, use this idea as a general guideline. Feel free to play with the spice mixture—use regular sweet paprika for the pimentón, or even add a pinch of cayenne if you want a little heat. Cumin, coriander and chili powder would also be fun to play around with! If your oven heats really evenly you can bake two sheet pans at a time on the top and bottom. If your oven is unevenly heated (like mine! :), then bake one sheet pan at a time in the center of the oven.
This is an easy, simple recipe and makes a healthy snack or grab-and-go breakfast for the whole family. You can use your food processor, but a large bowl and a little elbow grease also works just fine. Feel free to stir in your favorite banana bread “goodies”— nuts, dried fruit, dark chocolate chips, etc. This makes 4 mini loaves, 1 large loaf, or 1 dozen muffins.
These are like the falafel of meatballs. And as much as I love falafel, legumes can be challenging for myself and many of my clients to digest. ***In steps the ever versatile and affordable, high quality, pastured, grass-fed or or organic ground meat of your choosing. I love the soft texture of dark meat turkey, but these are honestly a crowd favorite with lamb or beef, as well. for crispier meatballs, brown them on all sides in a non-stick skillet, and shorten the baking time to 6-8 minutes (but I honestly never have time to brown them, and love the all-bake method). Just giving the meatball purists out there the option!
This recipe was adapted to be gluten free and bake-able from the Smitten Kitchen Cookbook.
After testing 5 different muffin recipes for clients who can’t eat grains or nuts, I finally stumbled upon this recipe by Hungry By Nature. They are pleasantly sweet with a satisfying crumb that’s hard to find without grain or nut flours. Tigernuts are actually a very small sweet tuber, and are high in iron, fiber, magnesium and vitamin E.