This nutty cardamom granola will make your house smell amazing! Tossed with cinnamon, cardamom, and maple syrup and studded with dried apricots, this granola is filled with multiple textures and warm flavors. Perfect sprinkled on yogurt, read more now to add this crunchy granola to your list of breakfast recipes!
Gooey, slightly sweet, crunchy, and fruity chocolate granola bars kick the pants off any store bought version you’ve tried. Our bars are filled with crunchy almonds, hearty oats, and pops of dried fruit, and they make for a satisfying grab-and-go breakfast or afternoon snack. Get the easy recipe now on Foodal.
This super easy recipe for coconut almond chia seed granola sweetened with maple syrup has plenty of crunch and flavor. It’s gluten-free, vegan, and perfect to munch on at any time of day when you’re busy and hungry. You’ll want to make a big batch for the whole week. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.
Getting out of bed in the morning just got a whole lot easier with gluten-free chewy & fruity breakfast bars. This soft, flavorful handheld breakfast is stuffed with your favorite fruit preserves in the middle. They taste like a sweet treat, but are loaded with healthy ingredients to start your day off right. Read more.
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.
A delicious, chewy sandwich bread that’s full of flavor from old-fashioned oats, whole wheat flour, pure maple syrup, and a touch of cinnamon. It’s delicious slathered with peanut butter and jelly, or toasted and enjoyed with a smear of margarine. And did we mention that it’s vegan? Get the recipe now on Foodal.
This weekend I heard a poet describe a writing exercise she gives all her students, at least for the first six to eight weeks of each class. Whatever they’re writing, she tells them, they have to do it without metaphor. They may make no comparisons; they may not describe X by comparing it to Y. …
It’s pretty easy to see things I’ve inherited. I have my dad’s olive skin, my mom’s round face, the bump on my nose found in both sides of my gene pool. I like good conversation, working in the garden, making a big meal to eat with people I love. And, sometimes, when I laugh very …