Sometimes healthy muffins can be rather solemn. Their density and blandness makes them a little embarrassing to serve to company. You make them for your kids but they are like a family secret that is not brought out in public. These muffins, while not exactly frivolous, are light and tasty and definitely company-worthy. I ran the … Continue reading No-oil, no-awkwardness blueberry muffins
Forget your hot air poppers, Jiffy Pops, high-fat toxic microwave popcorn, and special pots for stove top popping. You can make no added fat popcorn in the microwave with nothing more than a paper lunch bag. The bag can be reused quite a few times, then composted when it finally deteriorates too far.
For the first 49 years of my life I believed that dates came in hard bricks wrapped in plastic from the baking aisle of the supermarket. They tasted like sweet pencil erasers and I didn't see the appeal. Since I changed to whole food, plant-based eating, my horizons have broadened a bit and I have … Continue reading Cocoa walnut energy bars or: How to salvage a bad date