Need a vegan dessert recipe worthy of any fun celebration? Make these moist and fluffy vegan vanilla coconut cupcakes. Topped with a lovely swirl of sweet vegan vanilla frosting and garnished crunchy toasted coconut flakes, you’ll be surprised by the simple ingredients and the easy prep. Get the recipe now.
With a slice of macadamia nut coconut cake, you will sail away on a boat to pure tropical bliss. The made from scratch dessert is crazy good, finished with a quick passion fruit glaze. It’s a lovely, moist cake that delivers on every level. The flavorful crunch in each bite is pure decadence. Get the recipe now.
When you’re craving that crunch factor but want to skip the calories that come with frying, these coconut shrimp with a tangy dip hit the spot. Tumbled through a crumbly combo of panko and coconut, each bite is infused with a burst of island flavor. Read on to add this addictive dish to your list of tropical triumphs.
Don’t let your strict diet get in the way of enjoying the dessert course! Foodal’s recipe for paleo carrot cake cupcakes with coconut whipped cream is gluten-free, dairy-free, and low in sugar. You’ll love the thick and fluffy icing and spicy almond flour cake base packed with carrots, nuts, and raisins. Try the recipe today!
Smoothies are a great option for a quick breakfast drink, or as a mid-afternoon energizer – and this pineapple coconut smoothie is filled to the brim with healthy ingredients. This plant-based beverage is a good choice for those looking to go non-dairy or with allergy concerns, and it’s a natural with C-rich citrus fruits and stimulating spices. Get the recipe on Foodal!
Last week, my friend Christina and I went strawberry picking. I like Christina. Christina is sharp and funny and unassuming enough to regularly surprise you as you get to know her over time. She’s one of the maybe three friends I’ve ever had who is a twin. I’ve always wished I were a twin. People …
“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds you sow.” Robert Louis Stevenson I hate to admit this but: I think the flowers on our front porch are dying. I know. I bought them back in March, for $7, on a hot and windy day where I had to hold …