Post image for Happy Foods: Saffron Lemonade with Blackberry Syrup

The third post in this month’s happy foods recipe series from Kelsi Windmiller. Read more »

evey -May 12, 2013, 1:03PM
I love this I am making it for my family for mother's day. It has the sugariness from the sugar and a little kick from the saffron. I can't wait to see the look on their faces! :)
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Post image for Happy Foods: Steel Cut Oats With Medjool Dates & Toasted Coconut

The second post in our happy foods recipe series from Kelsi Windmiller. Read more »

Katie -Jun 11, 2013, 1:33PM
Just wondering you are suggesting using coconut milk like almond milk, not the coconut milk you would add to a thai green curry. It's just that milk looks very white like the canned stuff and nothing like the coconut milk I buy for cereals etc.
candice -May 29, 2013, 5:38PM
I am going to make a quadrupel batch and freeze in individual portions so I can have this whenever I want to indulge for much healthier than pancakes, though I make mine pretty nutritious. My 1 year old son should eat this up in little spoonfuls too! Thanks!

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Post image for Happy Foods: Chocolate Peanut Butter & Banana Smoothie Recipe

The first post in our recipe series for the month of February featuring ‘happy foods’ from Kelsi Windmiller! Read more »

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Post image for Guest Post: Treat Your Pals To Something Sweet For V-Day

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Denise -Feb 03, 2015, 10:04AM
Made these as the recipe days and the bottom was just an awful mess to take out and cut, the bottom looks so good on the picture but it didn't turn out as such. Good recipe but maybe don't put foil in pan, spray the pan really good and bake right in pan.
Angela -Sep 16, 2014, 6:45AM
Made these smores bars last night. They came out awesome. The trick from them not falling apart when there cut is to allow them to cool down in the fridge. But overall they came out fantastic. And also use non stick Pam cooking spray. Do not use butter and also I used a disposal aluminum pan. I had no aluminum stuck to the bottom.

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Post image for Recipe: Vegan Chocolate Dipped Valentine’s Sugar Cookies

If you’re like me and can enjoy a cookie almost every day, then you will like this recipe. Not only will they satisfy your sugar cravings, but they are also vegan and to go alongside our love theme of the month we decided to make them in the shape of hearts. Read more »

McKinley -Feb 11, 2013, 11:52AM
Yes, how many cookies does this recipe make? I'm definitely making them for friends and im beyond excited, i just need to know how much of each ingredient i'll end up needing! Xoxo
Jackie -Feb 10, 2013, 3:57PM
I just made these cookies and they were absolutely delicious!

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Post image for Post Holiday Detox: Papaya Caprese Salad

The final recipe in our post-holiday detox series from Kelsi Windmiller. Read more »

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Juicy Lucy -Feb 22, 2013, 3:27AM
OMG! The tastiest dish EVAR! first found this recipe here and simce then cooking it almost every day. Sometimes i put there mint and it becomes even tastier.

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Post image for Seasonal Shopping List: Fruits & Veggies For February!

This shopping list comes to us from Kelsi Windmiller.

February is a tricky month for fresh local fruits and vegetables. Luckily, there will be newly in-season produce coming in from the warmer states. Keep your eyes out for some fresh berries! Otherwise, try to make the most out of what is in season all year ’round. Read more »

susy -Feb 23, 2013, 2:00PM
Fantastic~! Thanks
Margaret -Feb 16, 2013, 1:22AM
Great list! For this time of year, you will want to consider vegetables that grow well in cool temperatures that can be grown locally - crucifers (like broccoli, kale, and cabbage), Swiss chard, radishes, green onions, carrots and beets), and vegetables that are in season in warmer climates - like citrus! Of course, every vegetables is in season somewhere, but the most quality vegetables come from not too far away!

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Post image for Post-Holiday Detox Tea Recipe

The final recipe in our post-holiday detox series from Kelsi Windmiller. Read more »

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Post image for Food Inspiration: Edible Flowers

With flowers on our mind this month, we can’t stop thinking about different ways in which they intrigue us. Edible flowers have graced dishes for centuries, it isn’t a new thing or a new fad, but right now we just happen to be hooked on some of the beautiful dishes we are seeing.

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Ben -Jan 23, 2013, 4:59PM
Edible flowers are so good. I ate some today. Really beautifies Everything: :)

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Post image for Post-Holiday Detox: Crispy Kale Salad

The third post in our post-holiday detox series from Kelsi Windmiller. Read more »

H.L.Shug -Apr 04, 2013, 8:42PM
I must know where those arrow salad tongs are from?! Cannot wait to make this recipe! J'adore Free People <3 xxoo
Juliet -Feb 06, 2013, 12:29AM
For those of us eating Paleo/Primal, would nuts or seeds be a decent replacement for the quinoa?

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Post image for Post-Holiday Detox: Ube Potato Sushi & Plum Dipping Sauce

The second post in our post-holiday detox series from Kelsi Windmiller. Read more »

Healthy Eating Restaurant Mississauga -Jan 24, 2013, 7:17AM
First of all i would like to say that your recipe presentation is really excellent and i love your recipe also.
laura -Jan 13, 2013, 11:18PM
Looks soooo delish (and beautiful)! I've always wanted to make sushi...maybe this will be the year I get up enough courage. Definitely pinning this recipe.

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Post image for Recipe: Broccoli Smoothie (Vegan + Gluten-Free)

Today’s recipe comes from our new contributor Kelsi Windmiller. Read more »

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Diana -May 16, 2013, 5:24PM
I just made this smoothie and it tasted ah-mazing!! i added a hint of vanilla to make it a teensy bit sweeter and it was just the touch it needed for me. but it tasted really good w/o it too. I will definitely be making this often in the mornings, it's just so quick and easy

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