Pecan pie is such a popular holiday dessert that I just had to create a healthy one. This pie is so deliciously decadent, not overly sweet, but definitely sweet enough and made from whole foods.
You can also make this soup in a slow cooker or even on the stove top, though the water amounts may differ (increase, most likely).
Hold onto your tastebuds! Because this casserole is just loaded with flavor. And the best part about it? It is SO EASY to make and has very few ingredients.
The addition of soy curls helps a lot with the consistency. I know they’re not easy to find in stores but they’re available online and are reasonably priced.
Rasam is a South Indian soup, traditionally prepared using tamarind juice as a base, with tomato, chili pepper, black pepper, cumin and other spices.
A nutrient-rich refrigerator jam without any added sweeteners!
This Mongolian “Beef” will make you swoon if you enjoy these sorts of spicy Chinese dishes.
This dessert is sweetened with dates and no oil is needed. You can double the ingredients for a full sized version. Just increase the baking time by 10-15 minutes.
Krabby jackfruit wonderfulness without the crab. Kelp granules really add a nice, fresh ocean flavor to these cakes. But you could also use dulse flakes or any other sea vegetables that you prefer.