Dairy Free

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Green Chili and Sausage Egg Cups

These Green Chili and Sausage Egg Cups are the perfect thing to have on hand for a quick breakfast or snack. They can be eaten warmed up or cold. You would never know they are dairy free because the coconut milk gives them a creamy consistency.

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Honey Almond Brittle

Growing up, peanut brittle was a treat we had during Christmastime. When I first learned to make it, I was amazed by how the addition of baking soda made the hot liquid sugar mixture puff up, causing the candy to be light and airy once it cooled.

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Pomegranate Ginger Fizz

Pomegranate Ginger Fizz is a festive cocktail that’s fun to serve during the holidays. The pomegranate juice gives it a pretty color and adds a nice dose of antioxidants, too. The honey ginger syrup provides just the right amount of sweetness with a mild ginger flavor.

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Gluten Free Crunch Cookies

I love a chocolate chip cookie that is soft but has a little crunch to it. In this version, I use puffed quinoa to achieve the crunch. I order the puffed quinoa from nuts.com. These cookies are gluten and dairy free and sweetened with coconut sugar, but you would never know it.

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Chicken Bone Broth

Bone Broth is simple to make and can do amazing things for your body. It is helpful in healing and restoring gut health, protecting joints, supporting the immune system and boosting detoxification. It has also been shown to assist with sleep and improve skin and hair health.

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Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

Pumpkin pie is a popular dessert this time of year. Making a smoothie is a healthful way to enjoy the taste of pumpkin pie without all the extra refined sugar and calories.

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Power Smoothie

This is my go-to smoothie for after a workout or to drink as a meal on the go. It is full of unprocessed natural plant based proteins, fats, and fiber. The blueberries add a healthy dose of antioxidants without adding too much sugar.

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French Green Beans with Roasted Hazelnuts

I love green beans and serve them often at my house. They are simple to make and everyone likes them. In this recipe, I toss them in toasted hazelnut oil and add chopped hazelnuts, a squeeze of lemon, and coarse sea salt.

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Pecan Crusted Pork Tenderloin

I love the combination of flavors in this dish. The Dijon, maple syrup, pecans, and cayenne pepper together compliment the pork really well. This recipe is quick and easy to make and will bring rave reviews at the dinner table.

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Banana Almond Cacao Smoothie

When I had my raw detox business, I served this smoothie for lunch on day 2. I strategically placed it on the detox at that time because it tastes like a milkshake and my clients didn’t feel like they were on a detox when drinking it.

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