These bites are a perfect little addition for your kids’ lunch boxes or your own. They are vegan, nut-free, soy-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free. The hemp hearts are so good for you (protein, all 10 essential amino acids, Omega 3 and 6)! They are also naturally-sweetened so you can feel good serving these sweets. I’m in love with making creative lunches! Continue reading “Fudgy Chocolate Coconut Bites”
A race I went to a few years ago gave out these pitas that were filled with fruits and seeds. I thought it was a much better option than plain bagels. After my race Saturday, I was reminiscing about the pitas and decided to make my own version. Homemade is always better, right? Continue reading “Muesli Breakfast Pitas”
No nuts, no gluten, no eggs, no dairy. Buying products that meet these requires can be quite expensive. I occasionally buy my girls the Enjoy Life Cocoa Loco Baked Chewy Bar for their school lunches. However, at $4.99 for 5 bars can make lunch quickly become expensive. Continue reading “Chocolate Chewy Bars”
Pros of using pumpkin seed butter: easy to make compared to almond butter, kids can bring to school, full of healthy nutrients.
Cons: tastes earthy, has a yucky green appearance (great for Halloween though!) Continue reading “Chocolate Pumpkin Seed Energy Balls”