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Food Blog Recipes We Love!

If you’re looking for new and delicious creations to make with our products, here are fantastic food blog recipes from some of our favorite recipe developers and bloggers. These recipes are enticing and easy-to-follow so we’re sure you’ll have a lot of fun with them. Be sure to check out these talented bloggers by visiting their websites. Enjoy!

1) Mulberry Chip Mini Muffins

By Cavegirl Cuisine

Michelle Fagone is a savvy paleo blogger and author who knows how to put a healthy spin on traditional foods. Using wholesome ingredients and a passion for cooking, she creates original recipes for paleo and gluten-free lifestyles. We absolutely love these mulberry chip mini muffins she made with our coconut flour and organic dried mulberries. The recipe is super easy-to-follow, so you can enjoy delicious paleo treats in no time at all. The mini muffins are a perfect breakfast, dessert, or anytime snack! If you’re interested in other satisfying clean eating recipes, check out Michelle’s blog at http://cavegirlcuisine.com/.


2) Maple Tamari Roasted Almonds and Cashews

By The Fountain Avenue Kitchen

Inspired by her grandmother’s kitchen, Ann Fulton’s blog reminds people that home cooking can be simple, healthy and delicious. She encourages her readers to try new recipes, eat mindfully, and save room for dessert every once in a while. In the spirit of snacking, she developed this maple tamari roasted nuts recipe featuring our raw almonds and cashews. A sweet and savory variation of her tamari almonds recipe, the nuts are roasted to perfection with an irresistible coating of tamari, maple syrup and a kick of cayenne pepper. Find more recipes that the people in your life will love on Ann’s website at http://fountainavenuekitchen.com/.


3) Chocolate Coconut Almond Cake

By Girl Meets Nourishment

Join Katie Peters on her journey of eating well and enjoying life. She’s dedicated to a lifestyle she calls “unprocessed living” so the recipes you’ll find on her website are made with only real, wholesome ingredients. You might be surprised to learn her chocolate coconut almond cake is gluten-free because it’s so incredibly moist and delicious. The base of the cake is made with our almond flour, which serves as a gluten-free substitute for regular flour. In place of frosting, she tops the cake with coconut flakes that add a unique crunchy texture once they come out of the oven. Discover more good-for-you recipes on Katie’s website at http://girlmeetsnourishment.com/.


4) Spirulina Power Cookies

By Health Crush

Jenny Sansouci empowers her readers with the resources they need to take charge of their health. Her recipes incorporate nourishing foods to help you feel your best. Jenny’s spirulina power cookies are bursting with antioxidant-packed superfoods like our spirulina and goji berries. She used our blanched almond flour for the cookie dough, so these treats are naturally gluten-free. Originally a holiday recipe, the cookies are a wonderfully nutritious way to satisfy your sweet tooth. Make sure you have some on-hand as a healthy alternative to other baked goods. Fall in love with living well by visiting Jenny’s website at http://healthycrush.com/.


5) Triple Chocolate Cookies

By 52 Kitchen Adventures

Follow Stephanie Saunders as she makes gorgeous and delectable desserts that you can recreate at home. She’ll help you discover your inner baker and realize that baking from scratch doesn’t have to be hard. If you’re a chocoholic, you’re sure to love her triple chocolate cookies recipe. Anything with the words triple chocolate would certainly grab our attention, and these cookies made us do a triple take! To indulge your chocolate craving, the recipe incorporates our crunchy cacao nibs, in combination with cocoa powder and chocolate chips. For a myriad of mouthwatering desserts, visit Stephanie’s website at http://www.52kitchenadventures.com/.


6) Gluten Free Banana Bread

By CitronLimette

Marie Poulin’s love for cooking has been with her since a young age, when she spent time helping out at her family’s restaurant. She describes blogging as one of the most fulfilling and exciting things she gets to do, and this passion truly shines through her recipes. We were delighted that she used our almond flour to create her delicious banana bread. Fluffy and moist, the bread is gluten-free but you’d never guess it by the flavors and texture. To get inspired in the kitchen, find more healthy and delicious recipes on Marie’s blog at http://citronlimette.com/.


7) Sweet Potato Quinoa Tacos

By Family Focus Blog

Scarlet Paolicchi is a mom blogger who shares parenting tips, family fun ideas, recipes, travel suggestions, and a lot more on her blog. Her recipes cater to busy families looking to prepare easy and nutritious meals at home. She created this recipe for sweet potato quinoa tacos using our organic quinoa, which is a great vegetarian source of high-quality protein. Perfect for taco night or Meatless Mondays, this recipe is a nice addition to your repertoire of weeknight dinners. Discover plenty of family-friendly recipes, activities, and more on Scarlet’s blog at http://familyfocusblog.com/.


8) Spiced Mulberry Cookies

By Ancestralize Me

Laura Schoenfeld, MPH, RD leads people on their path to discovering a healthier and happier life. She’s passionate about sharing her knowledge of ancestral nutrition and helping others achieve their health goals. Laura admits that she isn’t a baker but her spiced mulberry cookies would lead you to think otherwise! With our coconut flour and dried mulberries as the main ingredients, these cookies are healthy and delicious enough for breakfast or a snack. You could even take them to the gym as a post-workout pick-me-up. To learn more about Laura’s approach to nutrition, visit her website at: http://www.ancestralizeme.com/.


9) Coconut Flour Waffles with Blueberry Compote

By Taylor Made It Paleo

Taylor Riggs believes that life’s too short to hate your food so she’s happy to share her delicious paleo creations with the world. She encourages others to find a lifestyle that works for them, and these coconut flour waffles stay true to her philosophy that healthy eating doesn’t have to be boring. Made with our coconut flour, these waffles are crisp and delicious, especially covered in fresh blueberry compote. Perfect for brunch or lazy Sunday mornings, you’ll want to make room for these grain-free waffles in your go-to list of favorite recipes. Find more of Taylor’s exciting paleo recipes on her blog at http://taylormadeitpaleo.com/.

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10) Maple Cinnamon Chia Pudding Recipe

By Rachel Cooks

Rachel Gurk creates easy and flavorful dishes that the whole family can enjoy. Her blog is packed with recipes that make cooking more approachable and fun. Chia pudding is one of our favorite go-to healthy snacks, and we love this delicious variation that she made with our chia seeds. The flavors of sweet maple syrup and warm cinnamon complement one another for a treat that satisfies your sweet tooth while providing a good source of fiber, calcium, iron and omega-3 fatty acids. For more family-friendly snacks, meals and desserts, check out Rachel’s blog at http://www.rachelcooks.com/.


11) Cranberry Orange Upside Down French Toast

By Beyond Frosting

Julianne Bayer’s blog is filled with stunning photographs and recipes for her sweet creations. Beyond Frosting is her outlet for sharing her passion and creativity for baking with others. She used our walnut pieces in the egg wash for this mouthwatering cranberry orange upside down French toast. The bread turns out so perfectly crisp, sweet and delicious that you’ll want to make it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The best part is this is just one of the recipes you’ll be completely amazed by once you visit Julianne’s blog. Find her other delectable and easy-to-create desserts at http://beyondfrosting.com/.


3 Responses to “Food Blog Recipes We Love!”

  1. Alona

    All of the recipes looks so tempting. I cannot wait to bake this all of the recipes about dried fruits and nuts to family. Great Job guys.

      • Alona

        I am happy to hear that. Because my kids really love to eat dried fruits and nuts. One time, I was surfing the internet and I saw this website https://gourmetnutsanddriedfruit.com/, they are really best seller when it becomes to dried fruits and nuts. And I try to buy some of the ingredients and they are awesome. I can actually recommend this website to you if you have time. Thanks so much…


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