8
Aug

A crunchy and mildly sweet cereal that you can enjoy with cold almond milk or sprinkled over fresh yogurt. It is great to have on hand to eat on the go!...
4
May

With no baking required, this easy snack is ideal for kids’ lunchboxes or after a long day of playing. Unprocessed nuts, succulent dried fruits, and honey make these chewy bars a treat for kids and adults alike....
4
Mar

Store-bought granola bars almost always contain oats or nuts. Using a combination of seeds and coconut, these bars are both grain- and nut-free. The chocolate chips are a favorite for both me and my kids, but you could also use raisins or any other d...
5
Jun

There are so many people who cannot eat nuts, as well as schools that are nut-free, and I constantly get requests to change my ever-popular granola recipes into nut-free versions. This one uses a combination of seeds and coconut to provide the crunch...
7
Nov

I believe this Pumpkin Spiced Granola is the last of my pumpkin obsessed recipes for the season. We’ll see, I may end up getting one more wave of pumpkin fever before the apple and pear baking begins, but for now, I’m leaving you with the sweet taste of pumpkin and spice in the form of… Read more »

13
Feb

A few months ago, after a long-travel day to my sister’s, I was thumbing through the pantry for a snack when I came across a box of granola from Whole Foods called Love Crunch.  It was chocolate and had little dark chocolate chunks and dried berries in it. I think I visited that cupboard ten… Read more »

29
Jan

Here’s an SCD and Paleo legal version of my Vanilla Almond Homemade Granola. Instead of oats, it uses a variety of ground nuts.  Soaking the nuts overnight makes them easier to digest, and drying them at really low heat preserves the valuable nutrients they provide.  If you’re counting calories, I need to warn you this… Read more »

20
Oct

Making grain-free granola may seem like a long process when you are craving something crunchy and sweet, but it’s worth the wait and requires very little actual work. Soaking the nuts not only makes them easier to digest, but it also gives them an ...
20
Sep

The first day of Autumn is quickly approaching and it’s still 95 degrees where we live! I decided I’m going to go ahead and ignore the weather and pretend that it is Fall here. Although I don’t think I’ll last long outside in a trench and over-the-knee boots, I can at least make my home… Read more »

25
Jun

Sweet summer berries are one of my favorite things to enjoy during this time of year. I do miss my usual habit of going to the farmer’s market to stroll through the aisle of fresh produce and friendly faces, but hopefully, that will be able to happen again soon.🍓 Since summer is officially here, I’m… Read more »

25
May

In 2017, I released my beloved gluten-free and corn-free Marshmallow recipe from my Celebrations cookbook on the blog. I’ve used those marshmallows to create gluten-free and refined sugar-free Sprouted Brown Rice Crispy Treats over the years. However, I never published a recipe for them because the blog is all grain-free. Interestingly, I recently polled my audience on… Read more »

7
May

Hi friends! Happy (almost) Mother’s Day! This digest shares some Mother’s Day recipe inspiration, a recap of our Wake Up With The Walkers videos, my favorite margarita recipe, and a COUPLE of brand new recipes! This week is full of good things for you to look through, I hope you enjoy!   Would you choose… Read more »

28
Apr

A few summers ago, Ryan and I were at the beach here in California when we stopped at a juice bar for a refreshing drink. We saw Acai Bowls advertised and couldn’t help but get one to share along with our juice. We fell in love with Acai Bowls during our brief move to Kona… Read more »

23
Apr

Caramel Corn always takes me straight to Halloween. Growing up it was one of those classics that we always made around the month of October and I continue the tradition with my children. They love making (and eating) this gluten-free caramel corn!  I decided to jazz up the standard caramel corn by adding in some… Read more »