These Raw Cacao Almond Truffles are actually beneficial for our skin and our bodies, and completely free of refined sugar. Make them once and I predict that they’ll become a go-to sweet treat. You’ll serve them at holiday parties. You’ll give wrap them up in a lovely box and give them as a gift. And they won’t leave you with that terrible, over-sugared feeling.
I was instantly intrigued when I heard about Kishr, a unique infusion of dried coffee cherry, saigon cinnamon, ginger and cardamom that has origins in Yemen and has been around for over 1,000 years. It has 10 times more available antioxidants than green tea!
I adore the warm spice of gingerbread, and this recipe from my new favorite book, The Way of the Happy Woman, is a gluten-free, dairy-free slice of heaven with an amazing array of beautifying spices.
Green smoothies may get you through most days of the year, but holidays call for something a little more special. As you anticipate your delicious Thanksgiving meal, give yourself, your skin and your digestion a pick-me-up with a festive sweet/tart cranberry drink.
The chili recipe I’m about to share is a masterclass in creating a vegetarian dish that balances savory and sweet- and has just enough warmth. And you’ll never believe the secret ingredient: dark chocolate.
Do you know your dosha? Support your health and learn about your constitution with a little ayurvedic wisdom (plus delicious teas and spices!)…
The best way to ease into the season ahead is to treat your body in a manner that reflects the feel of the season. When autumn arrives, it’s time to detox and care for the lungs and large intestine.