These Patriotic fruit kabobs are perfect for Memorial Day, Fourth of July cookout or even as a fruity summer snack idea, you can serve these rainbow fruit kabobs on their own if you’d like. This will feed a large crowd, you can assemble it in the morning, and refrigerate until ready to eat. Add an easy yogurt dip a fun touch even kids would love. Fun, Simple, Easy & Healthy. Best of all— No cooking involve!
Mango and Coconut is a pair made for tropical heaven. Delicious and refreshing creamy smoothie that is a perfect healthy breakfast or afternoon snack. Even kids will love the exquisite flavor. ThisVegan Mango Coconut Smoothie Bowl packed with vitamins and nutrients to help you reach your maximum health potential! This smoothie recipe is Dairy-free, Egg-free, Gluten-free, Refined Sugar-free, Soy-free and Sugar-free!
If you’re craving for a chocolate dessert or snack, try this no-bake vegan chocolate maca brownies. These gluten-free goodies are rich and fudge-like, and they taste even better after you store them in fridge. Not to mention, this recipe has a nice dose of maca powder, which not only lends its malty flavor, but its energy-boosting benefits. No cooking is required for this maca brownies and it will not lose all the superfood’s amazing benefits.
Strawberries are very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Folate and Potassium, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin C and Manganese. No matter what combination you choose, this salty and sweet duo is sure to satisfy every time.
Flaxseed is derived from the flax plant, which also yields fibers used to make linen fabrics. The flax plant also produces flaxseed oil, which is sold in both industrial- and food-grade forms. When shopping for flaxseed, you might come across golden and brown varieties—both taste lightly nutty, but brown flaxseed has a slightly earthier flavor.
Chia seeds are a powerhouse of nutrients, packed with fiber, omegas, potassium, and magnesium, the superfood seeds are great for boosting energy, improving endurance, and even helping regulate digestion. Unlike flax seed, they don’t have to be ground in order for you to absorb the nutrients.
Fruit can be a great snack for the afternoon or as an addition to a meal. It’s sweet, it’s refreshing, and it’s chock full of nutrients! To make it even more filling and nutritious, add protein packed quinoa to to the classic fruit salad recipe. And if you’re looking for a the perfect healthy way to top it all off look no further, this Quinoa Fruit Salad is all you need.
ChickpeaAvocadoPastaRecipe Who doesn’t love pasta? It’s easy to make, tastes great, and goes perfectly with any topping. Unfortunately, regular pasta is high in calories and full of empty carbs. Plus, it feels like there is an indigestible brick in your stomach once your done. Thanks to the many pasta alternatives nowadays, you...
On the inside, pineapples have a very sweet and rich flavor loaded with vitamin A and C, fiber, potassium, phosphorous and calcium. They are also low in calories and contain Bromelain, an enzyme that helps in the breakdown of protein in the digestive system. Bromelain has also anti-inflammatory, anti-clotting and anti-cancer properties.
Açaí helps to increase your antioxidant levels to aid in neutralizing damaging free radicals, boosts your energy levels, supports your immune system and promote a healthy digestive system. With all of these benefits and a delicious taste, who wouldn’t want to eat it? Acai bowls look and even taste like ice cream, but the difference is you feel good after eating them. Not to mention that you’ll actually stay full after eating an Acai bowl. So you will be carried to your next meal without any hunger pangs or snacky cravings. This Acai bowl recipe is vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and (refined) sugar-free and packed with superfoods.