Slightly sweet and creamy butternut squash, tart apples and fragrant fennel are wrapped into a rustic gluten-free and vegan galette, sprinkled with fresh rosemary, drizzled with extra-virgin olive oil and baked to perfection. Simply garnish with fresh sage, black pepper and sea salt or add […]
The sweet earthiness of pumpkin paired with warming ginger in this seasonal cake adapted from FOLK magazine is simply divine. Oh and that frosting….
3 cups coconut sugar
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 cup coconut oil
1 teaspoon ground cloves
3-1/2 cups coconut flour
2/3 cup water
2 teaspoons baking soda
15 oz. […]
Sweet slow-roasted tomatoes offset the chile-spiced chickpeas in this simple but flavorful dish. Celeriac (celery root) is a versatile vegetable that adds flavor and nourishment to this dish which can be enjoyed as a dish or its own meal.
For the slow-roasted tomatoes ~
1/4 cup olive […]
This delicious little dish from Naturally Ella is comforting in a good-for-you way!
1-2 red beets
1 tablespoon olive oil
4 cups water
½ teaspoon sea salt
1 cup polenta
½ teaspoon black pepper
2 tablespoon fresh parsley
1 tablespoon butter (or Earth Balance)
1 ounce blue cheese (I used goat cheese. Omit […]
These seasonal muffins from Green Kitchen Stories are not overly sweet and can be enjoyed for breakfast or served with frosting for dessert. The coconut milk makes them satisfying but light, and the orange and spices lend a warming flavor perfect for Fall.
1/2 cup […]
Bring together the flavors of the season with this comforting cake adapted from Roost blog. Slightly spiced, naturally sweetened and entirely free of grain, gluten and dairy, this earthy cake is delicious and leaves you feeling good. If you prefer a layered cake, simply […]
There’s nothing like curling up by a toasty fire and sipping a hot cup of cider on a chilly night. This healing cider not only warms the body and soul, but contains the Brazilian superfood, camu camu. The buzz about this potent berry has […]
I could go on and on waxing poetic about Autumn. It’s my favorite season… curling up by a toasty fire, taking an evening stroll in the crisp outdoor air, sipping spiced hot drinks, and enjoying the season’s most festive foods like pumpkins, apples, and squash!
Old-fashioned DIY pinecone bird feeders are a fun and easy craft that kids love and you probably have most of the materials on hand.
Pinecones (look for ones that are opened up)
Smooth nut butter (Omit if anyone has a nut sensitivity or allergy)
Ghee or butter
Mmm… who doesn’t love Apple Crisp? This recipe from The Waldorf Kindergarten Snack Book is simple, comforting, healthy and delicious!
Lots of apples (I usually use about 6 Pink Lady apples)
4-5 cups oats (I use GF Harvest Organic Gluten-Free Rolled Oats)
1 stick of butter, melted (or 1/2 cup […]