Make your own Maple Candy

dessert, Uncategorized

Although maple syrup is great just the way it is, maple candy is wonderful on a whole new level.  Taking a bite and feeling those little maple syrup crystals melting on your tongue is something you must experience for yourself.  It doesn’t require much, just a large pot, a thermometer, a candy mold or a silicone mold, some maple syrup, a little coconut oil, and a little vegetable oil. Continue reading

Fluffy Cornmeal Pancakes – Oil-free, Sugar-free

breakfast, Uncategorized

It’s that time again, the sap is running, and the syrup is flowing off the pans.  What better time to have a great healthy pancake to go with it.  Some times just saying healthy is like saying yucky, but this is so far from the truth with these guys.  Yes, they contain no oil, no sugar, and they are total vegetarian (vegan), totally delicious all at the same time.   Continue reading

Vegan Chicken Alfredo

dinner

Vegan "Chicken" Alfredo on a white plate with parsley garnish in front, and bread in the background

It was my oldest son’s turn to pick what we had for dinner, and he picked Alfredo.  In the past I have always used cashews to make my cream sauce for Alfredo; but today I wasn’t even sure I had enough cashews to make it, but I did have left over millet that I had cooked up this morning and I figured I would try something new. Continue reading

Homemade Vegetable Thins recipe

dinner, recipes

Vegetable thins were my absolute favorite cracker, but since our decision to eat less processed food we haven’t eaten them in a while.
The boys and I have already tackled soda crackers, gold fish, and “Parmesan” crackers, so we figured we should try to make Homemade Vegetable Thins as well.  I didn’t find much on the internet on these so with the knowledge gained from making “Parmesan” crackers, I started from scratch on these Homemade Vegetable Thins.  It took us quite a few trys, but I think they’ve turned out pretty well. Continue reading