These cooking are loaded with super foods like; Matcha Green Tea
that is packed with antioxidants which boosts metabolism and burns calories and is also rich in fiber and vitamin C. It prevents disease, lowers cholesterol and blood sugar.
It has Coconut Oil
that can help you burn more fat, kills harmful microorganisms and improves blood cholesterol levels.
You'll also notice that there's very little sugar used in this recipe and we use oat and garbanzo flour. Therefore, they're gluten free!
Perfect to accompany them with a nice glass of Almond milk!
This recipe is been always a hit with our students during our Saturday classes or our summer camp. Its a variation of everyone's favorite French Toast. This version its easy to make and perfect for on the go!. Perfect during school time and can easily be prepared the nigh before. Just stick in the oven and ready to go!
This recipe is a cross from a cinnamon roll and an apple pie. It's low in sugar and you could substitute the regular pie crust for a gluten free one, found in a health food store.
We prepared this recipe in our cooking school during a kids class, and everyone had so much fun rolling out the dough and placing the cinnamon mixture on the pie log then cutting them into circles. It was for sure a hit!
This cookies are a perfect holiday gift. They are moist and full of flavor. What a better way to show appreciation than baking cookies for someone you love!
We have come up with a different menu for this 4th of July. Check out our Turkey and Quinoa sliders and the Asian Coleslaw. They are both easy to make, healthy and yummy. I have added a picture of the Napa cabbage so it's easy to identify.