Made with a homemade kefir and spelt crust, peach, spinach, and goat cheese pizza is a tangy, sweet combination that’s perfect for your next vegetarian meal. It takes mere minutes to prepare, and when the pizza comes out of the oven, it will fill your nose with irresistible fresh and fruity notes. Get the recipe now.
Easy kefir-soaked spelt pizza crust is a simple whole grain dough that comes together quite easily, and is definitely worth the wait. Change up your normal routine when you make pizza at home by incorporating this ancient grain for a bold flavor and fluffy texture. Top it with whatever you like. Get the recipe now.
Forget sugar-filled store bought kefir and make your own blueberry version at home! Made with just three ingredients, this homemade kefir is rich in gut-friendly probiotics and it’s an excellent source of calcium. Plus it can be prepped ahead of time for an easy grab-and-go breakfast or snack. Get the recipe now.
When you want to spice up your morning, opt for this creamy berry date smoothie with a kick. The combination of blueberries and strawberries makes for a bright flavor that’s enhanced with the sweetness of dates. Then there’s a hint of cayenne pepper to give you a little spicy punch at the end. Get the recipe now.
An excellent source of probiotics and calcium, kefir is a fermented beverage with many health benefits. With just two ingredients, kefir is free of added sugars, and it’s surprisingly easy to prepare at home. Read more on Foodal to get tips, tricks, and step-by-step instructions for successfully making your own batch.
Healthier Southern corn pudding is a cross between a casserole and cornbread, making it a wonderful addition to any gathering that you have planned. Whether it’s for the holidays or a family get-together, you don’t have to feel guilty about loading this dish up on your plate. Get the fresh corn recipe now.
In a world where every company calls itself the leader, and “great customer service” is something of a buzzword, a lot of us have become desensitized to company promises—but this past weekend, about 80 miles south of Nashville, I became a believer once again. At Blueberries on the Buffalo Farm, a small, family-run blueberry farm …