This is what I’ve been starting every single morning with lately because it is simply so delicious :)
Banana & date oatmeal made with rice & coconut milk; topped with banana slices, strawberries, raw almond butter, melted Green & Black’s dark chocolate, sweet apricot kernels, flaked almonds, and dried white mulberries. 😍
DUDETTES! AND DUDES! So Delicious is really bringing it lately! First, Coconut Whipped Cream. Now, Candy Corn and Pumpkin Spice ice cream popsicles OH MY GOooooOOODNESS. Not sure when these hit the shelves but probably soon because it’s already autumn and it’s time to stuff our faces with candy corn ice cream.
Follow Your Heart has recreated some of our favorite classics: vegan ranch, bleu cheese, and Caesar!
7. Earth Balance Mac and Cheese
A lot like Kraft, only kinder. This product includes a powder cheese packet in two flavors: cheddar and white cheddar. Kids will love this one!
8. Daiya Cheezecake
Daiya’s newest product may be its best. This cheesecake is creamy, rich, and available in a slew of flavors: New York-style, strawberry, key lime, and chocolate. Read our review.
9. Kite Hill’s Artisan Almond Milk Yogurt
This almond-based vegan yogurt rocks! Check out our review here.
10. Follow Your Heart’s Cheese
Oh, so good! These savory slices come in American, mozzarella, and garden herb-style.
11. Tofutti Cuties Ice Cream Sandwiches
An oldie but goodie, these tasty little treats are perfect for a hot summer day!
12. Treeline Cheese
This aged nut cheese is available in herb-garlic soft French-style, scallion soft French-style, chipotle-serrano pepper French-style, and other fantastic flavors. Read our interview with Michael Schwarz, founder of Treeline Cheese, here.
Processed meats such as bacon, ham and sausages are as big a cancer threat as cigarettes according to the World Health Organization (WHO) which today has ranked processed meat on the highest of five possible rankings of substances “carcinogenic to humans”. Red Meat has also been added to WHO’s ‘Encyclopedia of Carcinogens’.
Chewy raw granola recipe: - vegan - hclf (high carb low fat) - no refines sugars, additives or oils - only natural ingredients - really healthy and tastes even better than store - bought granola - super chewy and sweet with a delicious tropical twist from the coconut flakes - great as a healthy snack, over smoothies, yoghurt, with plant-based milk, fruits or just pure like it is
-> Decided to publish the recipe, because of quite many requests, which I received in the last days about the raw granola from one of my smoothie pictures. Thank you for the interest! :) -> Feel free to give me some feedback, would make me really happy! :)
Ingredients (remotely based on a recipe by Loni Jane): • around 12 fresh dates (pitted) • 60 g oats • 60 g toasted coconut flakes • some cinnamon • toasted buckwheat for more crunch (optional) • some peanut butter if you feel really decadent (optional) • vanilla drops (optional)
- mix all the dry ingredients together in a small bowl - cut the fresh dates into small/bite size pieces - put the dates and other ingredients into your blender and pulse until the texture gets granola - like (small chunks) and everything is mixed together well - if you like it more chewy - add some more dates or PB - store your delicious granola in a pretty box in the fridge or at the cool, dark place - enjoy this beauty up there and tell your friends/family about it! :)