{Recipe} Peach Blueberry Protein Shake {Raw, Vegan, Paleo, Gluten Free}

This tasty shake is one of many smoothie recipes I hand picked for the Nourished Village cookbook. Peach and blueberries together make for a magical combination! I actually never thought of blending them together without other fruits until I tried a peach smoothie from Natalia KW’s wonderful book, Pure Pleasures. Mixed with hemp seeds, this smoothie will provide a punch of protein, […]

{Recipe} Heather Pace’s Grain Free Granola Bars {Gluten Free, Vegan, Paleo}

Back when I was writing the Nourished Village Cookbook, volume 1, I hired Heather Pace of SweetlyRaw.com to create recipes for the community. Here’s one of her contributions: “This is a completely grain free granola bar recipe that I really love. They store well in the freezer so I recommend making a double batch to […]

{Recipe} Triple Chocolate Mint Cheesecake {Raw, Vegan, Paleo, Gluten Free}

With Saint Patrick’s Day just around the corner, what could be better than a mint flavored, creamy cheesecake with a triple dose of chocolate? My triple chocolate mint cheesecake has a dark cacao, brownie-like crust, topped with a creamy mint white chocolate filling, and finished with a solid disk of chocolate on top. It’s to […]

{Recipe} Joanna Steven’s “Famous” Chocolate Muffins {Gluten Free, Paleo}

Chocolate Muffins. Need I say more? These tasty morsels are packed with protein and good fats, but are moist, tender, and bursting with gooey chocolate chips throughout. They take minutes to make, and will stay fresh for 2-3 days in a tightly sealed container. When I first released this recipe to the Nourished Village community, […]

{Recipe} Chocolate Egg Custard Chia Pudding {Gluten Free, Paleo, Vegetarian}

Chia puddings play such an important role in our diet. They are super rich in omega 3 fatty acids, which help develop a strong and healthy brain while warding off depression and anxiety, and they’re packed with calcium, protein, and other important nutrients. But you can’t tell your kids to eat them because they’re good […]