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Fresh Plum and Nectarine Oatmeal Muffins
Fresh Plum and Nectarine Oatmeal Muffins

These moist and fruity muffins are a breakfast treat sure to please everyone. Full of heart-healthy oats, you’ll feel good about eating these!


Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal Muffin Cups
Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal Muffin Cups

These fragrant, moist pumpkin muffins are perfect for cooler autumn mornings. Amazingly, they are gluten-free, sweetened only with fruit, and they don’t have a single drop of sugar or oil.


Super Simple Pumpkin Pie Bites
Super Simple Pumpkin Pie Bites

All the flavors of homemade pumpkin pie in a perfect bite-size dessert for a crowd! Even better, all of the ingredients are healthy and plant-based. No dairy, eggs, processed sugar, processed flour, or added oils.


Chocolate Strawberry Brownies
Chocolate Strawberry Brownies

These delectable plant-based brownies are richly flavored with cocoa and fresh strawberries, and they are oh-so-fudgy good.


Creamy Tomato and Fresh Basil Pasta Sauce
Creamy Tomato and Fresh Basil Pasta Sauce

The creamy element in this sauce comes from the cashews, while shallots deglazed in white wine add a tantalizing depth. Fresh basil adds the finishing delicious touch.


Chocolate Sweet Potato Brownies
Chocolate Sweet Potato Brownies

This frosted brownies recipe has an incredible fudge-like texture, with a delectable frosting, and yet it’s not overly sweet. Amazingly enough, it’s also gluten-free and oil-free.


Easy Buddha Bowl
Easy Buddha Bowl

Start by placing a bed of fresh colorful salad greens, like red romaine, baby spinach, baby kale, or radicchio, at the bottom of the bowl. Over that, add as many raw and/or steamed vegetables as you like. A variety of textures and flavors makes every bite more interesting.


Baked Steel Cut Oatmeal
Baked Steel Cut Oatmeal

After one hour in the oven, the oats turn completely purple from the cherries and blueberries and every serving is nice and sweet, without any added sugar. After the pan cools, you can cut the oats into squares.


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