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Vegan Coconut Cacao Fig Truffles

One day my friend and I were talking about how we cook every day. We went on and on about who could make better truffles. Here is the recipe I made for the mini competition. After you try these truffles, let me know who you think won the competition ( :  You don’t cook these,… Read more »

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Homemade Coconut Almond Quinoa Crunch Bars

Makes about 14 bars Ingredients:  2 cups rolled oats 2 cups Coconut Almond Quinoa Crunch (by The Perfect SNAQUE). This is about 1 bag. 1/2 cup ground flax germ 3 TBS coconut oil 2/3 cup maple syrup 2 Tablespoons dark brown sugar 1 1/4 teaspoons vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon salt Instructions: Preheat your oven to 350… Read more »

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Keeping Healthy

Keeping healthy is an easy way of life. The way we keep healthy and active is eating the right food and playing lacrosse. Going on a diet can be hard, so do not pressure yourself and choose the right foods. Once and a while a little piece of candy or some chips are fine. To… Read more »

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Apple and Avocado Gluten Free Wrap-great for school lunches

This is my very simple Apple and Avocado gluten free lunch wrap.  Okay to begin let me say this recipe is my ultimate favorite lunch wrap! Plus it is so simple. I prefer using a Carrot Gem Wrap (we discovered Gem Wraps at Wegmans). Gem wraps kind of look like those dry fruit snacks (which I… Read more »

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Caramelized Bananas

This recipe has come a long way with us. In pre-school we had to all bring in a recipe, Lyla brought in this one, and I brought in pancakes (coming soon). Lyla loved making this recipe and so did I.This is a quick, simple, sticky, but fun recipe!  Ingredients: 2 bananas (lightly spotted) About 1… Read more »

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Brocolli Stars!

  Broccoli “Stars” Don’t throw away the broccoli stems they are delicious as a little finger food! You can these eat them by themselves or dip them in something. They are kind of like a crispy chip and we like to call them “stars” because sometimes they look like a star when you cut them…. Read more »

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Exploring Foods

  Welcome to our first blog posts! Enjoy a little from both of us… Lyla & Emily Quinoa, Tempeh, and Mung Beans are all unusual specimens of food, and I know that. About last year I tried these foods. I wasn’t positive about trying them, but just one little bite and I was ready to… Read more »