Fruit & Nut Grain-Free Bars. Inspired by my affinity for KIND Fruit & Nut Bars, this honey-sweetened, grain-free version is far less expensive to make than purchasing its namesake. And even better, you can customize the recipe to make a wide variety of flavor-combinations based on your own personal taste preferences (and your kids too)! These fruit & nut grain-free bars make a great health lunchbox addition for kids and adults alike, and are also the perfect snack bar for healthy eating on-the-go or anytime you need a quick energy boost! Looking for more great bars? Check out these: • Nut-Free “KIND” Bar – perfect for those with nut-allergies • Cherry-Chocolate Chip Bar – chocolate chips, need I say more? • Apricot-Almond Crunch Bar – mildly sweet, tangy & delicious! This delightful recipe is just one of more than 100 irresistible grain-free, dairy-free recipes in my new cookbook – Everyday Grain-Free Baking!
Click here to get a SNEAK PEEK of the book! Fruit & Nut Grain-Free Bars Ingredients Instructions Notes. Raw Cookie Dough Bites (GF) Who doesn’t like raw cookie dough, especially when it’s packed with wholesome nutrition? These delicious little “raw cookie dough” bites are simply an adapted version of my raw almond butter truffles recipe. These are one of my boys’ favorite lunchbox treats, so they never mind helping to whip them up! There are three different recipes to enjoy, to be sure to keep scrolling to view all three!
For some helpful Kids in the Kitchen tips and strategies, check out Cultivating Little Sous Chefs. Can’t get enough raw cookie dough bites? P.S. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites Ingredients 1/2 cup creamy raw almond butter1/4 cup, plus 1 tbsp raw honey1/2 tsp vanilla extract 1/4 cup, plus 1 tbsp coconut flour3 tbsp ground flaxseed (or use an additional teaspoon or two of coconut flour) 1/4 tsp sea salt 1/4 cup fair trade chocolate chips (or carob chips) Instructions In a large bowl, mix together the raw almond butter, honey and vanilla until creamy and well blended. Notes Gingersnap Cookie Dough Bites. Perfect Grain-Free Pumpkin Pie. Discover the secret to no more over-baked grain-free pumpkin pies – ever! The hardest part of making any grain-free pie is not over-baking the crust!
That’s because the delicate nut flours often used in grain-free baking are sensitive to high temperatures, as well as prolonged baking times. In an attempt to compensate, I’ve tried myriad ingredient combinations, handy-dandy pie crust shields, and even freezing the crust before filling and baking it. All of this resulted in the same old problem … an over-baked pie crust. So what’s a pumpkin pie lovin’ grain-free girl to do? Like most solutions to a problem, it takes a little thinking outside the box – or in this case – thinking outside the crust! So what’s the secret to a perfect grain-free pumpkin pie every. single. time? It’s actually really simple! I know it goes against every pumpkin pie making tradition, but trust me, this stovetop method for making pumpkin pie is A M A Z I N G! P.S. Perfect Grain-Free Pumpkin Pie Ingredients Instructions.
Simple Coconut Flour Cake (gluten and grain free, paleo) - Cranberry koeken met dadels | Yellow lemon tree. Zondag: tijd om koeken te bakken! En wel deze cranberry koeken met dadels. De koeken zijn ook nog eens niet heel ongezond, ze zijn zelfs detoxproof. Dat is altijd fijn bij koeken, aangezien je er dan gerust twee kunt nemen. Of drie. Cranberry koeken dus. Voor dit recept heb ik mij laten inspireren door Friesland. Half september bracht ik een bezoek aan Leeuwarden (lees hier mijn reisverslag met alle Friesland tips). Ben jij wel eens in Friesland geweest? Wat betreft Fries eten kwam ik niet veel verder dan suikerbrood (wat ik trouwens ook echt nog een keer zelf wil maken) en Beerenburg.
Friesland staat bekend om haar streekproducten. Na mijn bezoek aan Friesland was het tijd voor een Friese verdiepingscursus. Afgelopen week kwam mijn zusje twee nachtjes logeren. Ik heb het recept behoorlijk aangepast door de roomboter te vervangen door kokosolie, de suiker voor honing en het meel voor havermoutmeel en rijstmeel. Heb je vrij vandaag? Cranberry koeken met dadels. Morning Glory Coconut Flour Muffins Recipe | In The Kitchen With Honeyville. Grain-free muffins made with fresh, whole food ingredients are one of my family’s favorite breakfast foods, which is why they can be found in one form or another in each of my weekly meal plans! This recipe is a special favorite, which is why I’m pleased to be able to share it with you and all of my friends here at Honeyville Farms.
A blast from the past, Morning Glory Muffins first debuted in 1978 at the Morning Glory Café in Nantucket. Their popularity led to the recipe being published in Gourmet Magazine in 1981, and since then they've been enjoyed by adoring fans around the world. This grain-free, whole food version is made using nutritious coconut flour loaded with fresh pineapple, apple and carrot. Definitely a glorious way to start the day! Morning Glory Muffins Yield: 10 Muffins Ingredients: • 1/4 tsp Sea Salt • 4 large Eggs • 1/4 cup pure Coconut Milk (*see note below) • 1/4 cup pure Maple Syrup • 1 tsp pure Vanilla extract • 1/2 cup diced fresh Pineapple • 1/3 cup grated Carrot 1. 2. 3. Chocolate Caramel Coconut Flour Brownies. Baking with coconut flour is such a great way to enjoy desserts and sweet treats if you’re gluten-free, have any nut allergies or are just transitioning into a healthier lifestyle.
It’s a healthy alternative to traditional, grain flours and it’s loaded with benefits. Coconut flour is high in fiber, protein and healthy fats; it’s also low in sugar; and it can help your digestive system run smoothly. When’s the last time you got all that in a dessert?! Coconut flour is denser than grain flours, so you’ll often use less of it than when baking with grain flours. It’s also more absorbent, so adding extra moisture is important; think more eggs than usual. If you’ve never tried your hand at baking with coconut flour, my chocolate-caramel coconut flour brownies are the perfect introduction. They’re super easy to make and require no fancy ingredients. Start by combining your dry ingredients — coconut flour, cacao powder, baking soda, coconut sugar and chocolate chips — into a bowl.