Making your own labneh is a breeze! Labneh is a very common Middle Eastern dip, often eaten for breakfast, as an appetizer, or as part of a mezze spread. Much like yogurt, but thicker and creamier due to the removed whey. All you need is a cheesecloth, some thick greek yogurt, and some time.
This Banana Bread is completely sugar free, no refined sugars or even unrefined sugars added. No complicated sugar substitutes. Nada. Just a good ol' bunch of very brown bananas and you're good to go. This truly sugar free banana bread is perfect for breakfast, a midday snack, or even as dessert with a little drizzle of maple syrup.
This recipe is inspired by New Zealand's Ginger Crunch Slice. Typically made with plenty of sugar, butter, and flour - I've swapped those things to make a healthier, plant-based, and gluten-free take on these bars, with a chewy oaty base made with chickpea flour and a creamy caramel spiked with ginger.
Most people are familiar with za'atar, but dukkah, a spice blend originating from Egypt, shouldn't be underestimated. Fragrant and full of flavor, this spice blend has strong notes of anise which has the power to amplify your labneh, hummus, meat and fish, and can even be eaten alone - with some olive oil and warm bread.
These Vegan Beetroot Orange Cinnamon Rolls are going to make your house smell incredible! With a dough that's perfumed with orange zest and tinged a beautiful red with the help of beetroot powder, this recipe is a slightly healthier take on the traditional buttery cinnamon rolls.
This is a healthier (and tastier) version of the popular "Aloe Vera Drink". Typically grape flavoring and all sorts of added sugars are used, but in this drink it's all natural! Pure homemade grape juice with a refreshing bite of aloe vera in every sip.