Breakfast on the go doesn’t have to mean fast food and greasy sausage sandwiches. Make up a batch of these healthier fig newton-like bars over the weekend and have something to munch on during weekday mornings when you’re running late. Whole oats, oat flour, flax seeds, bananas and other nutritious ingredients are included in this tasty recipe. Get the details now!
Are you need of a decadent citrusy cookie recipe that’s also vegan and gluten-free? Then these delicious Chocolate & Pomegranate Oatmeal Cookies have your name on them! Healthy ingredients such a coconut oil, flax seed, brown rice and sorghum flours, and rolled oats make for a tasty treat that’s also a bit more nutritious that your average sweet treat. Get the details now.
Are you looking for a tasty vegan dessert suitable for brunch, breakfast, or anytime? Try this tasty and moist healthier vegan coffeecake. Made with 100% whole wheat, flaxseed, and all-vegan ingredients, this moist dessert will even make your non-vegan friends sit up and take notice. Get the skinny now!
Love homemade pancakes, but hate the time it takes to carefully measure everything before you stir it all together? Learn how to prepare your own dry mix to make ahead and use later for all your future weekend brunches. Get the recipe for the mix, and learn how to make fluffy vegan pancakes with it, now on Foodal.
A delicious cookie recipe that is both vegan and gluten free. Made with oat and almond flours, and naturally sweetened with pure maple syrup, these baked treats are almost healthy enough to eat for breakfast. The natural nutty and sweet flavors are complemented by white chocolate chips. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
These vegan-friendly Belgian waffles are crispy outside and fluffy inside, made with whole wheat flour, ground flax seed, and almond milk. Whip up a batch to eat now or freeze them for later use. Either way, you’ll love these egg-free dairy-free beauties for breakfast or dessert. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Freshly milled flour has a lively taste and superior nutrition compared to refined flour. Check out our whole grain purchasing guide now for all the details and links you’ll need to enjoy bulk savings on dried grains, seeds, and legumes! And those with gluten intolerance can find suitable wheat replacements with alternative cereal and legume crops. Read more now!
Baking with whole grains can be difficult, and all too often the results are dense and dry. Learn how to incorporate more healthy and flavorful grains into your baking without sacrificing quality. With just a few easy adjustments you’ll be making tasty cookies, cakes, breads, and scones that are packed with whole grain goodness.