Using a food processor makes this fresh salsa quick and easy. Use baked tortilla chips or sliced cucumbers for dipping for a healthier snack option.
Using pre-washed, packaged baby spinach or mixed Spring greens saves time. Use a healthier bottled salad dressing, like Annie’s Naturals Lite Raspberry Vinaigrette dressing if you don’t want to make your own.
Make these with standard ingredients or experiment with healthier ingredients like coconut milk, coconut oil, coconut butter, and coconut flour. Use pure maple syrup or make a healthier berry syrup, recipe included.
Start with ripe, juicy organic strawberries at the peak of freshness then top with healthy coconut whipped cream. So easy, so delicious!
Homemade granola is healthy but packaged granola is often loaded with refined sugars and high fructose corn syrup. With inexpensive ingredients like oatmeal and nuts you can create sugar-free granola right at home.
Use raisins or prunes or a medjool date to sweeten this or just enjoy the naturally tart flavor of this delicious homemade applesauce. You can double this recipe, it keeps up to 5 days in the refrigerator.