Gluten-Free Vegan Blueberry Scones made with 5 ingredients! This easy scone recipe requires little time to prepare and no baking experience!
Blueberry Sourdough Muffins made gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and dairy-free. This delicious muffin recipe uses coconut oil and coconut sugar in place of butter and sugar. Bake up a batch using your sourdough starter!
If you’re rich in sourdough starter and are in hot pursuit of a place for it, these muffins are your ticket to a real good time!
I should know…I ate 4 immediately after shooting them.
As you know, I follow a gluten-free diet, so I created a gluten-free sourdough starter from scratch. It’s much easier than you may think! As long as your home is nice and warm, naturally occuring bacteria and yeast do all the hard work for you.
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Orange Ginger Baked Halibut with Blueberry Avocado Salsa is a fresh, flavorful healthy dinner recipe! Serve it up with your favorite side dishes for an otherworldly meal.
Paleo Blueberry Crumb Bars made grain-free, refined sugar-free and dairy-free using almond flour, coconut oil and pure maple syrup. A lovely healthy dessert recipe for berry season.
…and if you haven’t made my dessert bar recipes yet, you’re in for a special treat!
Tangy, perfectly sweet, grain-free, and absolutely delicious, you’d never know these blueberry crumb bars are actually healthy enough to eat for breakfast. They are lower in sugar than your standard treat and are made with allstar clean ingredients.
How about we bake a batch??
A beautiful blue smoothie bowl made tropical-style with mango, banana, and coconut milk yogurt. Top it with paleo muesli and fresh fruit for an amazing breakfast.
Coconut Flour Pancakes for two people! This zesty batch of pancakes is fluffy, grain-free, healthy, and makes the perfect sized batch for two people. Hypothetical situation: You and/or your boo thang are jonesing for some pancakes, but you only need enough to feed one or two people, and let’s face it: you’re not into leftover …
Two recipes for adaptogenic protein smoothies to sip on throughout your busy workweek. These healthful smoothies serve as a great snack or light meal replacement and are teaming with nutrients and health benefits. Smoothies have been making an epic comeback in my life over the last 3 months with the changing tide of my gut …
A happy-gut smoothie with figs, beet, blueberry, pineapple, coconut milk yogurt, and almond milk. This easily digestible banana-free smoothie is an awesome breakfast or snack.
Before I discovered my banana intolerance, I drank smoothies every day. Since going banana-free, I go in and out of smoothie kicks depending on the state of my gut health. If I have an IBS flare up, I gravitate toward replacing a meal or two with a smoothie or bone broth, as liquid is much easier on your digestive tract than solid food.
This fig beet blueberry smoothie is one of my recent happy-gut concoctions. It incorporates ingredients that are not only easy on your digestive system, but are welcomed with open arms. I use a fig, a few hunks of beet, blueberries, pineapple, coconut milk yogurt (probiotics), almond milk, ground cinnamon, raw pumpkin seeds (a natural anti-parasitic!) and some collagen peptides (awesome for repairing damaged gut lining!).
If you’re maladjusted to heat like me and are jonesing for ALLTHECOLDFOODS, I have a chilly breakfast to whet your whistle. It is basically the mother of all açaí bowls…fully-loaded, packed with nutrients, easily customizable, sexy as can be.
We’re no stranger to the açaí bowl here on The Roasted Root..I posted my Apple Walnut Acai Bowls, Kiwi Strawberry Acai Bowls and finally, my Chocolate Banana Acai Bowls umpteen years ago, and it’s been quite a while since we’ve re-visited the subject.
New to the concept of the açaí bowl? I’ll give you the quick run-down. Açaí berries come from Brazil and are full of antioxidants, omega fatty acids, B vitamins, vitamin K and fiber. Açaí bowls are thick smoothie bowls made with frozen açaí berries, are topped with all sorts of goodies and served at various cafes nationwide. BUT great news! You can make them at home easy as 1-2-3.
Red, white, and blue paleo pound cake parfaits with cherries, blueberries, paleo pound cake, coconut milk yogurt, and honey. These healthy desserts are perfect for sharing with friends and family on the 4th of July or any summer gathering. This post is sponsored by Harry & David. I say this every year, so I probably …
Sweet potato porridge breakfast bowls with chia seeds, almond milk, pure maple syrup, banana, blueberries, almond butter, pecans, and hemp seeds. These well-rounded bowls are packed with plant-based nutrients and are ultra comforting and delicious. That time we mashed up sweet potato and chia seed pudding and called it porridge. And breakfast. BOOM! All your …