I have some of the best recipes for clean eating snacks. They are seriously some of the easiest recipes to make. The best part is they are all made with real food which means they are definitely clean eating. Some of these recipes only have 3 ingredients. That’s how you know a recipe is easy …
I have 9 of the best gluten-free snacks recipes. I also have links to where you can buy some really good gluten-free snacks. These are easy recipes and easy buying. I gotta have my snacks and I think most people do too. If you are on a gluten-free diet finding good snacks can be very …
This healthy caramel apple dip recipe is as good as it sounds, is super simple to make, contains no dairy or refined sugar, and is Clean Eating, Vegan, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free.
Paleo almonds recipe that reminds me of my childhood. There’s nothing better. Traditional goodies have always been one of my favorite things about holiday time.
These baked Paleo zucchini chips are a healthier version of chips than would be typically bought at the store. Paleo snacks-on-the go can be hard to find, so I’m happy to bring you this recipe. This curried, baked Paleo zucchini chips recipe is so delicious and much healthier than anything you would buy in the store.
These maple candied pecans seriously only take 5 minutes to make and only have 3 ingredients. You can save tons of time and money and make these yourself. Plus, everything tastes better homemade. These make an easy neighbor gift, are a delicious snack and are perfect for topping salads or sweet potatoes.
I like to use this Paleo baba ganoush recipe a lot like hummus and dip vegetables in it or use it as a sandwich spread instead of mayonnaise.
I love that the only ingredients are peanuts, date and salt. They only take a few minutes to make and I love them for either breakfast, a snack or a quick, healthy dessert.
These peanut butter homemade protein bars only have 5 ingredients and only take a few minutes to throw the ingredients together. That’s all you do is mix everything together then press in a pan and you can eat them right away!
The secret to a perfectly smooth hummus is peeling the skins of the chickpeas off. It is definitely time consuming, but makes a HUGE difference. If you hold each chickpea between two fingers and pinch it a little, the skins will sort of just pop off. it adds about an extra 8-10 minutes to the prep time, but I think it’s worth it. You can make the hummus with the skins on, but it will not have the same smooth texture.