The healthful ingredients in these plant-based patties are a good alternative to the highly refined ones at the grocers made with soy protein isolate or concentrate. These freeze very well, so make an extra batch to grab for a quick breakfast.
If you are looking for a delectable treat with way less fat (olive oil, not butter) and less than half the sugar, you just found one! This cookie is high in protein, has great texture, and I bet you can’t eat just one!
This whole-wheat bread recipe was written for a bread machine–such an easy way to make dough, just the perfect amount of kneading with no effort, and cleanup couldn’t be any easier.
This oil piecrust is made with a combination of whole-wheat pastry flour & oat flour. Both of these grains result in a more tender product than when using high gluten bread flour, consequently less fat is needed to achieve a nice result.
Try this whole-grain, low-fat, low-sugar carob or chocolate-chip cookie. Use vegan chips and enjoy this healthy treat to finish your meal.
This easy-to-make graham-type pie crust is a good stand in for a cooked graham crust. For those who are gluten-free, it is a great substitute as it is made with sweet white rice flour and (gluten-free) oats.
Crepes are a very versatile item and can be used to make dishes for any meal of the day, savory or sweet. For something simple and delicious, fill with sliced bananas and top with strawberry or blueberry sauce and coconut whipped cream.
These dinner rolls are really easy to make with a bread machine on dough cycle. They are nice and light and tender, and they say “I love you this much”! Try this simple recipe and start a family tradition.