Let’s talk about superfoods. They are nutrient rich foods that will benefit your health and wellness significantly. We hear about superfoods all the time online but do we really know how to eat them in delicious and beneficial ways? Chia Seeds can seem awfully complicated and bizarre to eat if you’re never tried them before. How about Cacao Nibs? What’s the difference between Cacao Nibs and Cocoa anyway? Here are some fantastic recipes that will make your eating habits better and will help you make good use of these amazing foods.
Satisfy that sweet tooth with some sugar free chocolate chia pudding. It’s so easy to make and needs only a few ingredients.
Good Morning! Fill up on these amazing breakfast muffins that are packed with benefits.
Yep, that’s right, bee pollen. It’s nature’s multivitamin!
A perfect mid morning snack is filled with some incredibly beneficial Spirulina!
Eating these superfoods doesn’t have to be unenjoyable! Dig into this pretty little raw cheesecake and reap the health benefits.
Next time you’re invited to someone’s house for supper, bring these brownie bites along!
Energy bites are the best way to get the health benefits of hemp hearts when you have a busy schedule. Bring these along with you throughout the day so you have something healthy to munch on.
Warm up your soul with some maca powder hot chocolate on a rainy day.
Quinoa is a wonderful food to have for lunch and dinner. It can be substituted in the place of pasta or rice and is filled with tons of benefits.
One serving of this latte fits perfectly in a mason jar and can accompany you onto the patio to soak up some sunshine.
I love Cacao Nibs and always include them in my breakfast bowls with some fresh fruit! Delicious.
Make your next party food, a superfood! This salsa packs a party onto your chips with blueberries and red peppers.
This is one of my favorite last minute supper recipes. Fill up on this one pot pasta filled with wilted kale – you won’t regret it.
Iced Tea is usually packed with sugar, but not today! Have one, two or even three cups of this amazing bevy.
Yes, you can now say chocolate is beneficial…dark chocolate that is!