All Posts By Silvana Nardone

Gluten-Free Strawberry Shortcake

by in Healthy Recipes, August 8, 2015

You can make a healthier version of the standard shortcake, and with this recipe you’d never even know it wasn’t the classic recipe!  Read more

No-Bake Gluten-Free Fruit Pie Minis

by in Healthy Recipes, July 11, 2015

Why not trade in the average cookie crust for a healthy, nut-based crust? It’s perfect for summer pies, especially these paleo-friendly, no-bake minis. We’ve filled them with a dollop of foolproof lemon curd and topped them with berries, but you can mix and match your favorite seasonal fruit (like peaches, apricots or cherries) and fillings (think jarred fruit spreads, dulce de leche or chocolate-hazelnut spread). Read more

Gluten-Free Cherry-Berry Biscuit Cobbler

by in Healthy Recipes, June 18, 2015

Summertime means tons of berries and the classic fruit cobbler. Remember the taste of that first juicy spoonful of just-sweet-enough fruit topped with a flaky, golden biscuit? This gluten-free version is exactly that — and it’s a cinch to make.  Read more

Taste Test: Gluten-Free Burger Buns

by in Taste Test, May 22, 2015

Who’s got the best burger buns in the gluten-free biz? We rounded up dozens of buns, and these bread winners rose to the top.  Read more

Banana-Coconut Pudding Smoothie

by in Gluten-Free, April 3, 2015

The best way to add sweetness to your smoothie without adding sugar? Dates. They’re sweet and also full of soluble fiber to fill you up — just the solution for a morning meal. Read more

Get Your Greens Winter Soup

by in Gluten-Free, March 18, 2015

This gluten-free soup is packed with vitamin A- and C-rich greens that’ll help increase your immunity this cold and flu season. Vitamin C also helps form collagen, a building block of connective tissue that gives strength to skin, hair, and nails, and vitamin A is important to help maintain vision and skin health. Read more

Eat Your Way to Healthier Skin

by in Healthy Recipes, March 14, 2015

The next time you’re shopping at the grocery store, look for solutions to healthy skin in the produce section, not the beauty aisle. It turns out that what you put in your body can be just as essential as what you put on your skin. Good fats — like Omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in ingredients like salmon, walnuts and flax seeds — take the spotlight. Read more

Spicy Cinnamon Hot Cocoa Brownies

by in Gluten-Free, March 12, 2015

Spicy ingredients like cinnamon and cayenne may help bolster your immune system thanks to antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and sometimes even antibacterial properties. These gluten-free brownies have a spicy kick to get you through the last few weeks of winter. Read more

Hot Stuff: Spicy Recipes to Bolster Your Immune System

by in Gluten-Free, March 6, 2015

Next time you feel a cold coming on, reach for your spice cabinet and your fridge’s produce drawer to help rev up your immune system. With antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and sometimes even antibacterial properties, spices have long been prized for their medicinal qualities. From breakfast to dinner, spicy ingredients like cinnamon, allspice, cayenne, Chinese 5-spice powder, turmeric, curry powder and chile peppers step up to the plate to help keep you healthy. all day long. Read more

50 Shades of Cacao: Your New Valentine

by in Healthy Holidays, Valentine's Day, February 9, 2015

At first glance, cocoa powder and raw cacao powder might look the same, but get a bit closer and they’re anything but. Once you get to know antioxidant-powerhouse cacao powder, you realize it’s the real deal: Made from cold-pressed raw cacao beans, it is thought that the vitamins and minerals stay intact. Meanwhile, cocoa powder is produced from raw cacao beans that have been roasted at high temperatures and then ground, reducing all those naturally occurring health benefits. This Valentine’s Day, make your sweetie swoon when you serve up these decadent cacao-packed recipes for everything from gooey truffles to spicy hot chocolate.

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