Summer is almost here! For us that means a lot more time with our kids who want sweet treats. This recipe is so easy to make and uses just 2 ingredients! It’s gluten free, vegan, and still satisfies that sweet tooth craving. Yep, you read that right…just 2 ingredients! Bananas and unsweetened organic coconut! So delicious with a crispy edge and chewy center! An easy sweet treat that pairs up well with vanilla nice-cream. Coco-Nana Cookies INGREDIENTS 2 organic bananas 1-2 cups unsweetened organic coconut (shredded or flakes) METHOD *Line baking sheet and spread out coconut flakes to bake. Bake at 350 degrees for about 6 min. Be careful to keep an eye on them, they brown pretty quickly. *Mash up 2 bananas. *Combine mixture together slowly adding in coconut flakes to your liking. *Lightly grease a baking sheet with coconut oil spray. *Drop combined mixture by spoonful on the baking sheet and slightly flatten (for crispy edges). *Bake at 350 degrees for 25-30 min.
These Rainbow Roll-Ups are a really easy and delicious way to eat more of the veggies that help you get clear, glowing skin. Plus, they are vegan, gluten free, and raw. We used beet hummus both for their color and to boost the protein in this dish. This dish is a great option when you are following a clean diet or, like us, trying to get more vegan dishes in your diet. The recipe that follows doesn’t have any “amounts” because it’s really up to you. The beet hummus is so delicious that we slathered on quite a bit! Just make sure not to stuff them so much that you can’t seal them shut! RAINBOW ROLL-UPS Ingredients: Nori sheets Bowl of warm water Sushi rolling mat (optional) For the filling: Carrots, cut into matchsticks Cucumbers, cut into matchsticks Sweet peppers, cut into matchsticks Avocado, thinly sliced Beet hummus Pea sprouts Instructions Prepare all fillings as directed above. Lay the first nori sheets out on a sushi rolling mat. Arrange a few long strips of cucumber, carrot, peppers, sprouts, avocado and hummus. Roll the nori sheet keeping the fillings inside. Once you reach the edge, apply some warm water to the edge […]