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Coconut Raspberry Chia Pops

The weather is hot, and popsicles are just the right kind of cool! These coconut raspberry chia pops are a healthy alternative to a popular summertime treat. Coconut is refreshing, raspberry is flavorful and chia is nutritious. This recipe can be modified to fit your favorite flavors—try adding honey or strawberries! Give it a try. Kids will love this neat, easy recipe! Time: 10 minutes plus 24... read more »

Coconut Almond Granola

Overview: Granola is one of my absolute favorite foods to have on hand to eat on top of smoothies, with almond milk and fruit, or just by the handful. It's so easy and financially-friendly to make at home! Ingredients: 1 cup oats (gluten-free, if needed) 1 tablespoon flaxseeds (ground or whole) 1 tablespoon unsweetened coconut shreds 1/4 cup sliced almonds 2 tablespoons extra virgin organic... read more »

Two Cabbage Coconut Slaw

Fresh cabbage combined with vegetables makes a crunchy, delicious side dish for your holiday meal. The true treasure of this dish is the tangy, creamy dressing. Instead of the common American version that uses mayonnaise, the base for this coleslaw is coconut milk. It’s sweet and creamy and delivers an exotic flavor. Celery seed, cayenne and Himalayan crystal salt give each bite zest, and... read more »

Vanilla Coconut Pumpkin Pie

Flaky crust, fragrant spices, creamy texture...sounds like a traditional pumpkin pie, right? Wrong! This Vanilla Coconut Pumpkin Pie takes everything you love about pumpkin pie and combines it with much healthier ingredients. Almond milk and flavor free coconut oil lighten up the recipe, and a healthy amount of organic vanilla extract brings out the true pumpkin taste. Serve Vanilla Coconut... read more »

Apricot & Coconut Crisp

Time: 40 minutes Serves: 12 Serving size: 1 piece Ingredients: Crisp 1 cup extra virgin olive oil, cold pressed 1 cup erythritol 1 cup flour 1 cup rolled oats 1/2 cup walnuts, halves & pieces, chopped 1/2 cup coconut shreds Filling 1/2 cup Turkish apricots, chopped 1 cup water Whipped Cream Topping 1 cup heavy whipping cream 1 cup erythritol 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract Instructions: Preheat oven... read more »

Dairy Free Chocolate Mousse

Looking for a dessert that’s just the right combination of decadent and light? Then this is just the recipe you’re looking for! Not only is this dessert chocolatey and flavorful, it’s made with ingredients that will surprise and impress your guests. Who would have thought coconut milk, avocado and cocoa powder could be combined to create such a delightful treat? Plus, it only takes 10 minutes to... read more »

Spicy Paleo Pork Bites

For the perfect mixture of spicy, sweet, crunchy and delicious, try these Spicy Paleo Pork Bites! They combine the tasty flavors of pork, coconut and pineapple with just the right amount of jalapeno and cayenne peppers. Besides being flavorful, they’re also packed with protein. Each serving delivers 12 grams of protein and only 58 grams of sodium. Add garlic, ginger and spice to your... read more »

Tropical Mango Chia Pudding

Did you know that just one tablespoon of chia seeds delivers a daily dose of fiber, protein, calcium, essential fatty acids and more? If you’re looking for a way to add chia seeds to your diet, this pudding might be just the right fit! It uses coconut butter, almond milk and fresh fruit, and makes a perfect summertime snack or dessert. “I love chia pudding, and this recipe is so unique! I love... read more »

Cinnamon Donuts

Sometimes you just need to satisfy your sweet tooth. At 76 calories each, these donuts are a satisfying way to do so. They’re made with oat flour, coconut sugar and plenty of other tempting ingredients. Plus, top them with an optional cinnamon sprinkle for an even sweeter treat! Making healthy changes to your diet doesn’t have to mean cutting out everything you love. Swapping the... read more »

Baked Sweet Potato Tots

Baked Sweet Potato Tots combine the fall flavors of sweet potatoes with a salty, crispy coating. Sweet potato tots are becoming a staple in many restaurants, but this baked variety means you can easily create this delicious side dish at home, all while saving hundreds of calories. It's a much healthier option than a deep-fried version! Sweet potatoes are filled with essential vitamins and... read more »

Cilantro Lime Grilled Corn

Everyone loves corn on the cob. This recipe will take your corn-making skills to the next level! Grilling corn makes it easy to add your favorite ingredients, wrap everything in foil and put them on the grill to cook to perfection. Give this recipe a try this summer. Trust us, you’ll be impressed! “The flavor of this corn is subtle, but delicious! It’s a good alternative to traditional... read more »

Mini Snickerdoodles

These cookies don’t get their sweet flavor from sugar. Instead, we use erythritol due to its low glycemic index. The other distinguishing flavor comes from cinnamon. Instead of butter, we used coconut oil. Full of medium-chain fatty acids, coconut oil is perfect for cooking and baking. Combining these ingredients with vanilla and cream of tartar gives these cookies the unmistakable snickerdoodle... read more »

Gluten-Free Organic Apple Pie Bars

Overview: Grandma's apple pie is a delicacy for many, a comfort food that has no equal in the dessert category. Unfortunately, what makes it so good isn't so good for your heart or your waistline. We're talking about sugar and butter of course, most of which is found in the crust. So that's exactly where we started when we dared to redo a traditional fall treat. To lessen the calorie count and fat... read more »