These raw energy bars are the bomb! I promise they wont last in your fridge. This is the perfect snack for the afternoon or after dinner. There's no sugar added except for the natural sugar found in super nutritious dates. You can always make them sweeter by adding more dates or less sweet by using less dates.
In my house there will always be a container in the refrigerator or freezer. All I need to satisfy my craving or get a bust of energy is half of a square. You can make them into balls shape and your kids will have FUN preparing them!
You'll be surprised how moist and delicious this vegan recipe is. We have made it on and on during our kids cooking camps and they love the outcome. Most often I've been asked how can avocado be used for frosting? If you think about, avocado has a very subtle taste, a creamy texture that combined with the cocoa powder, vanilla extract and the maple syrup you will have a delicious and healthy frosting. For best results, make sure you will refrigerate it before using.
Moist, tangy, flavor-full, mouthwatering cupcakes! This is the best way to describe these babies.
If you are trying to cut down your dairy or your sugar- this recipe is for you! Keep your super ripe bananas in the freezer, throw them in your blender or food processor, add some non-dairy milk, some cocoa powder and boom - Enjoy your homemade ice cream!!
At The Real Food Academy we love working with healthy ingredients such as Quinoa, Flax(for egg substitution), Coconut Oil and Cocoa Powder. These are the main ingredients to our Quinoa Brownies, an excellent recipe for chocolate lovers, vegans and foodies alike. Keep them in an air tight container in a cool place and snack away!
Easy to make, this gluten free recipe will have your guest guessing the secret ingredient-black beans!
Rich in protein, the beans substitute the flour creating a gluten free delicacy for everyone.