The fall seems to be the perfect time to do all things pumpkin spice. These bars are perfect for a snack with a cup of tea or coffee. I like having energy balls/bars with me all the time as it prevents me from finding myself searching the pastries when I am out and about.
This is one of Dr. Cheryl Allen’s favourite snacks. This lovely snack recipe contains anti-inflammatory ingredients like chia, turmeric, olive oil, and chilli peppers!
Who doesn’t love apples and cinnamon- it’s warm and comforting, and in this remix, it is actually high in fiber, protein and anti-inflammatory oils.
They always say that oatmeal ‘sticks to your ribs’. I would like to offer up that this version of oatmeal takes that to the next level. Full of anti-inflammatory oils, high in fiber, this not only keeps you full but ramps up your digestion overall!
This smoothie was created because I had a surplus of basil growing in my garden and some coconut water in my fridge that I did not have a use for. After working in my garden on a very hot summer day I wanted to have a cool refreshing drink. I threw a few ingredients into my blender and I loved the result. If you love basil you will enjoy this too.