Homemade nut milks are wholesome, raw and full of protein. Making nut milk requires only water and your favorite nuts.
What is great about energy bites is that they do not require any baking, they pack a bunch of protein and other good stuff to keep you going throughout the day, and they can be eaten for breakfast, snack, or dessert. This simple recipe calls for dates, coconut, and almond butter.
You could never go wrong with a cozy mug of tea. Velvety cashew almond butter and condensed milk compliment black tea all too well.
With herbs and nuts, this stunning tea cake has a spectacular flavor. Top with maple glaze and you are set to take your masterpiece to a holiday party.
Easily make rich milk chocolate candies with crunchy peanuts without having to temper your chocolate. Read on for the trick.
Chocolate bark with orange chips and nuts is a lovely edible gift for friends, neighbors, and coworkers, so go ahead and make several batches.
Without diary or eggs, a roasted banana ice cream has big flavor from coconut milk, cinnamon and nuts.
A sweet walnut crust is the key to these velvety cheesecake bars topped with stunning fresh figs and honey.
The classic turtle candy turns into rich chocolate fudge with gooey caramel and crunchy pecans for a dessert that can’t be refused.
Ground pistachios and whole wheat flour combined with almond extract make these baked donuts a treat to be reckoned with, and we haven’t even made it to the dark chocolate glaze yet.
These tall, nutty pancakes are hit with a touch of coconut and drizzled with a fruity raspberry maple syrup and a few white chocolate shavings. An elegant breakfast plate.
This quick green bean side is made rich with brown butter, crunchy pine nuts, and sweet cranberries for gourmet flavor. The final touch is crumbled blue cheese for creamy delight with tang.
Sea salt brightens this rich nut butter candy that is flecked with coconut flakes and sweetened with honey.
Jazz up your white chocolate cookies with tropical-tasting coconut. They are thick, chewy, and absolutely stuffed with white chocolate, nuts, and coconut.
A stack of pancakes to will fuel your morning with filling buckwheat drizzled with caramel sauce and topped with cranberries and almonds.
Without a moment in the oven, these balls are sweet, crunchy, chewy and boozy. In other words, a delicious rich and chocolatey treat.
Roasted cauliflower gets an upgrade with naturally-sweet golden raisins, toasted walnuts and capers.
Start a cold morning with a warm bowl of baked oats, sweet enough to brighten your day, but nutritious enough to get you through until lunch.
The creamy pesto is this simple to make dish is filled with strong flavors of mint, a zing of lemon juice, and a nuttiness from the cashews.
Rava Besan ladoo is a treat made during various Indian celebrations. Rava and chickpea flour, or besan, together add rich flavor and texture.
With warm spices, this cashew milk is easy to execute, no straining required. Enjoy in coffee, cereal, baking, or on its own.
This colorful farro and chickpea risotto dish is filling. Mix it up with your favorite vegetables and spices.
Void of any added sugar if you so desire, this espresso smoothie is rich and the perfect morning jolt without a sugar crash later.
If you’re trying to be more conscious about what you consume, this seed- and nut-studded loaf is the perfect anytime snack.
If you prefer your nut butter sweeter, you could add some stevia drops to the blend for a sugar-free treat.
This bread is thick and moist and nutty and has lots of sexy quick bread crevices to capture that kick of bourbon glaze.
Every bite of this chilled no bake dessert is a treat to the senses.
When life hands you dates, you make these delectable date fudges from Priya Sreeram.