This recipe is great if you want to beat the summer heat or if you just want a cold treat that is packed with flavor! Mix in ingredients below or ingredients of your choice, freeze and enjoy!
About 2 cups of oatmeal is 4 servings, or 2-3 servings if cooking for big eaters.
This recipe can be halved or doubled easily.
The oatmeal also keeps well for the next day, or can be added to cookies, muffins.
Remember to prepare the night before, and put the cooking pan with water on the stove, ready for the oatmeal in morning, saves time!
Gelatin can thus be incorporated into the diet in a variety of ways- add it to soups, sauces, gravies, breakfast smoothies, creams, and yogurts for protein and digestive benefit. Or you can eat lots of this All, Raw Cheesecake recipe... just be sure to do so in good-spirited moderation so that you can share it with friends. Enjoy!
This recipe is great for when you don't lettuce and you have a lot of carrots that need to be eaten. You can shave the skins and mix ingredients of your choice with the Carrots. Refrigerate for about 10 minutes, top with your favorite dressing and Voila! The Perfect Carrot Salad!
My coconut oil fudge recipe is made with healthy natural ingredients like coconut oil, cocoa powder, raw honey (stevia can be used if you prefer) and vanilla extract. That’s it! No corn syrup, marshmallows, frosting or chocolate chips needed. Enjoy!
Raw cacao powder can be used in place of regular cocoa powder and expeller pressed coconut oil can be used in place of virgin coconut oil (some do better with expeller pressed because it’s easier to digest). Add a few drops of Young Living peppermint essential oil or 1/2 teaspoon of peppermint extract for delicious mouth-watering peppermint fudge.
Roast the chicken for 1 1/2 hours, or until the juices run
clear when you cut between a leg and thigh. Remove the chicken and
vegetables to a platter and cover with aluminum foil for about 20
minutes. Slice the chicken onto a platter and serve it with the
10 oz of Orange Marmalade
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees
1 - Large Organic Sweet Yellow Onion
1 - 2 tbs of Organic / Raw Butter
1 - tbs of Raw Honey
A pinch of Raw Salt
Homemade sausage gravy is one of the easiest things to make, once you see just how easy it is you will never buy a packaged gravy mix again! Here is a family favorite recipe for a gluten free version of sausage gravy and biscuits. The gravy is rich and flavorful and the biscuits are light and fluffy.
Smoothies are everywhere: at the mall, at fast-food restaurants, in coffee shops. But for the most part, those smoothies might be better termed fruit milkshakes. Stuffed with sugar, frozen yogurt, even ice cream, those smoothies do more harm than good. But made properly, smoothies condense large amounts of fruits and vegetables into one compact and very tasty drink that is beneficial to your health.
Get your family ready for Taco Tuesdays and make them at home! Made with all fresh, organic, non-GMO ingredients, these are tacos that you can feel good about serving your family! Feel free to change things up a bit, this recipe is only a suggestion. Have fun with it and get the kids involved in making them. They are more likely to eat what they created! Enjoy!
These Hawaiian sliders will be the hit at your next backyard BBQ! Serve
with fresh fruit and potato salad for a treat that is sure to please
even the little ones!