My dad has been eating Vegan for a while, and when my parents came for a visit they brought a bunch of these treats for him to snack on. I tried them and thought they were super yummy. Since I can’t eat lots of diary with Reese, I will make these occasionally since they are very grab and go! I hope you enjoy them. First add your ripe bananas to your bowl. Then add your old fashioned oats. Next add your chopped dates. I added craisins next. Then add the chopped nuts of your choice, I did pecans here. Add your dash...
Category: Dairy Free
We make homemade pizza on a pretty regular basis because Grant loves pizza, and it is a fast simple dinner. I figured I would do an updated post of how I make my pizza since my last post is pretty old, and I wanted to show a very yummy diary free/Vegan version as well. I made this for my dad who is eating vegan right now, and he really liked it too.
Roasted Broccoli is a dish that Grant and I both really like. Here is a recipe that I found online on a blog,but the recipe has since been taken down so I figured that I would share it here since we like it so much. This recipe can be gluten free, just depends on how you decide to prepare it. Also, this recipe is made with frozen broccoli which I love because that is how we tend to buy it.
One of my favorite snacks recently has been Larabars, they are very simple with no added preservatives or sweeteners and taste really good. They are pretty pricey to buy at around$1.15+ a bar unless you can find a good deal. I normally just make my own, so below is how I do it.
For the last few months, Grant and I have been eating the same breakfast almost everyday. If I am making him a warm breakfast, Grant will eat almost anything without complaint since he isn’t doing the work. This breakfast has just been hitting the spot for me since it is really filling, isn’t bad for you, and has a little bit of a sweet taste to it. Below are my step by step directions for making French Toast Scramble.
So we are always looking for great, fast recipes that both Grant and I like. Here is one that I found on the http://carrotsncake.com/ blog which lately, has been one of my favorites. This dish is obviously gluten free, dairy free, and can be sugar free if you choose to sub a different sweetener.