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Frothy Chai Tea

This dairy-free, frothy Chai Tea Latte is the perfect alternative to one of my (Ella’s) favorite Starbucks drinks! I personally love the creaminess of oat milk, but any plant-based milk works as a delicious substitute if you don’t want to...

Thanksgiving Veggie Plate

Hopefully this speaks for itself!  It’s a fun way to incorporate vegetables into an otherwise high fat meal. Use your imagination to create this effect.  The greater the variety of colors, the more vitamins and minerals!  Thanksgiving is only a...

Flaming Hot Chicken Tacos

We used 1.5 lbs of thin chicken cutlets for our family of four. First, place the chicken on a baking sheet and drizzle with Sriracha or any sauce of your choice. Bake for 30 minutes at 375 degrees. To prepare the tortillas, spray or...

Homemade Sushi!

This is a time-consuming, but very fun, recipe to make!  We only use “sushi grade” fish from the frozen section at the supermarket.  We bought our sushi salmon and sushi tuna at Whole Foods in a fish freezer. Defrost the fish but keep it...

Mochi Berry Dessert

Ella came up with this dessert.  Each mochi contains sorbet (dairy free) and only has 3 grams of added sugars per piece.  The tart berries, combined with the creamy cool whip (try Coco Whip if you are looking for dairy free) and two sweet...

Banana Poppers

This is a simple but satisfying treat.  Wait until your bananas are ripe but not mushy.  Cut the banana into large chunks or bite-sized pieces, and then cut each piece in half.  Fill with a thick swipe of peanut butter or almond butter.  Freeze...