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  1. Macaccino Truffles

    If you’re not already on the maca-train, don’t fret because we have your ticket! Maca is a root vegetable derived from the Andes mountains of Peru. Similar to ginseng, Maca is packed with micronutrients and even a hefty amount of protein, making it a nutritional powerhouse that will without a doubt contribute to your overall health. Most maca you will find in the West comes in powder form so it can be pretty easy to incorporate into your diet. Maca alone has quite a strong taste, however when incorporated into the right dishes it can add lovely subtle hints of butterscotch. If you’re new to maca and are looking for a delicious way to ease yourself into this powerful adaptogen, a great place to start would be with our Macaccino Truffles! Made with our Macaccino Drink mix, this sweet treat will give you a great energy boost while also aiding to balance out your hormones and keep you mood elevated all day long. Our Macaccino Drink mix is 100% organic and contains gelatinized maca, cacao, coconut sugar and vanilla so these truffles don’t require any added sugar. Try out the recipe below!.
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  2. Banana Chocolate Fudge Bites

    Special thanks to Shelby aka @fitasamamabear for creating this wonderful recipe. Be sure to check out her blog here!

    This easy, no bake recipe is perfect to have on hand in the freezer and thaw when you need them. The chocolate banana “fudge” bites are vegan and gluten free as well as easy to pop into your mouth when you need them. They’re a healthy version of chocolate that means you can literally have your cake and eat it too… well instead of cake, fudge bites!

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  3. Healthy Crispy Peanut Butter Cups

    Looking to satisfy that sweet tooth? Boy do we have a recipe for you! These healthy crispy peanut butter cups are guarenteed to satisfy your craving for chocolate, while providing you with beneficial probiotics, antioxidants and healthy fats. The Clean Eating Couple used our Probiotic Sorghum Cereal to create these healthy decadent treats. For the full recipe, check out the Clean Eating Couple's blog here!

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  4. Rhubarb & Strawberry Crisp

    This recipe originally appeared on Lindsay Young aka @eatyoungnutrition ‘s blog. You can find her recipes here!

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  5. Superfood Spread

    There’s something about homemade jams and spreads that are just so satisfying. Maybe some of this satisfaction comes from the DIY aspect, but for us it comes from knowing exactly what we’re eating, how it was made and where it’s coming. Most store bought jams and spreads are packed with preservatives and loaded with added sugars, often tricking us into thinking that we’re doing ourselves a favour by spreading some fruit on our toast. Next time you’re meal prepping, try adding our superfood spread to the list. We made ours using Jujube fruit, also known as red dates, dried apricot, white mulberries and chia seeds. Not only is it made from real, whole organic fruit, but it doesn’t contain any added sugar! Most store bought spreads are also thickened with pectin. We decided to use our organic chia seeds in place of this to soak up some of the excess liquid and make our superfood spread thick and packed with fibre and micronutrients (and don’t forget about Omega-3s!). Enjoy your superfood spread with pancakes (like we did), waffles, toast, crackers and even oatmeal!


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  6. Probiotic Nice Cream 2 Ways

    You scream, we scream, we’re all screaming for these Probiotic Nice Creams! We’re giving you two different ways to make nice cream, but of course we couldn’t just leave it at that. We’ve made our nice cream even better for you by adding some of our Probiotic Smoothie Mixes! Our Probiotic Smoothie Mixes come in 3 flavours, and each contain 1 billion probiotics per serving! Although we call them Smoothie Mixes, they’re so much more versatile than that, which we’re showing you with these two recipes. The first is a “Fauxtella” Probiotic Nice Cream, made with 4 simple ingredients. The second is a Blueberry Burst Probiotic Nice Cream, again only containing 4 ingredients. Nice cream is so quick and easy to make but often ends up tasting more like a sorbet. In order to make our Nice Creams taste more like Ice Creams (without the dairy), we’ve added creamy Roasted Hazelnut Butter and Whole Coconut Spread to the mix. What you’re left with are two creamy, delicious and naturally sweetened nice creams that’ll be sure to make both you and your gut happy!

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  7. Homemade Chocolate + Fruit & Nut Bark

    Homemade chocolate is as easy as it is to make as it is to eat. Chocolate is often associated with guilt, but trust us, once you see the ingredients in our homemade chocolate recipe, you’ll feel anything but! The key to making chocolate that really is good for you comes down to the ingredients you put into it. If you don’t already know, there’s a HUGE difference between Cacao powder and Cocoa powder. Our homemade chocolate is SO easy and quick to make and thanks to our Cacao powder, it really is good for you. With only 4 ingredients and 3 steps, there’s no reason not to make it, plus its SUGAR FREE! You’re probably wondering how our chocolate could possible be sugar free. In place of refined sugar or artificial sweeteners, we used our Yacon syrup. Our Yacon Syrup is a prebiotic superfood sweetener that has no significant impact on blood sugar levels. It can be used to replace refined sugar, agave nectar and even honey in almost any recipe! As for our homemade chocolate, you can use it in so many different recipes, or enjoy it on its own. We used ours to make Fruit & Nut Bark. We can’t wait for you to try it out!

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  8. Antioxidant Aztec Bars

    Antioxidants are SO easy to incorporate into your daily routine, especially with the help of our no bake Antioxidant Aztec bars! These bars are PACKED with antioxidants and healthy fats, providing you with a steady stream of energy all day long while helping to fight oxidative stress within the body. So many of us already deal with outside stressors, so why not alleviate some of the stress that we may not know is occuring within our bodies by providing it with the micronutrients it needs! These no bake bars are gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free making them the perfect snack for the whole family. They’re also so easy to make and can be kept for up to 2 months (however we doubt that they’ll last that long!). Don’t be intimidated by the lengthy ingredient list, we just wanted to pack in as much as we could, and trust us we could have added so much more! The beautiful thing about these bars is that you can tweak them to your liking, so get creative!
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  9. The Perfect Pesto

    Fresh pesto is one of the quickest and easiest sauces to make. Not only is the ingredient list short, but it also takes little to no time to prepare. Traditional pesto is prepared with parmesan cheese and pine nuts, however our Perfect Pesto can be made dairy free and nut free. Substituting the pine nuts for Hemp Hearts, this pesto becomes a nourishing Omega 3 rich sauce that can be used for sipping, spreading or tossing with your favorite recipe. Read More

  10. Miracle Mylk (Hemp)

    Over the last couple of years, dairy free milks have become increasingly popular. Almonds, cashews, soy and coconut are some of the leading dairy free milks on the market, some of which are relatively easy to make. However, the easiest and one of the most nutritious dairy-free milks to make is Hemp milk. For people living with food allergies, hemp milk is a fantastic alternative to dairy, soy and nut milks. Not only does is contain calcium, magnesium, fiber, potassium, B vitamins and Omega-3, it also a great source of vegan protein. Plus, its quick and easy to make, and unlike some nut milks, requires no soaking or straining!


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  11. Matcha Latte

    Say goodbye to your morning coffee and say hello to the perfect anti-inflammatory, antioxidant rich matcha latte! This Matcha Latte will give you enough energy to start your day that you won’t find yourself missing your ritual cup of jo. Matcha contains L-theanine, a naturally occurring amino acid that’ll give you a steady stream of energy and keep you focused but relaxed all day long. This revered type of green tea is a gentler source of caffeine, plus is packed with antioxidants. Of course you can enjoy matcha with hot water alone, but this slightly sweet, creamy latte is even better with a dairy free milk and natural sweetener.


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  12. Coconut Curry Butternut Squash Soup

    Let’s be honest, soups are delicious all year round, but they become especially delicious during the winter season and the colder months leading up to it. Although homemade chicken noodle soup is delicious, you often find yourself hungry for something more. This hearty Coconut Curry Butternut Squash soup will leave you feeling satisfied and full (but still wanting more!). This soup is creamy, savory and a little spicy and will have your taste buds tingling. Blending the soup isn’t mandatory, so if you’re craving something stewy-er, cut the liquid, only blend half and enjoy it over a bed of brown rice or quinoa!

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