Chocolate Coconut Quinoa Cookies

I have a new no-bake cookie for you today. These Chocolate Coconut Quinoa Cookies are delicious. They are vegan and naturally gluten-free.  You only need a few simple ingredients and there is no food processor needed!

chocolate coconut quinoa cookies

I think these cookies are healthy enough for breakfast too.  The quinoa flakes and nut butter add a nice amount of fat and protein, keeping you full for a while.  If you don’t want to use quinoa flakes, you can use quick oats instead.

This recipe is also easy to make nut free by using sunflower butter.  I imagine it should work out just fine.  These healthy cookies literally took 5 minutes to whip together too!

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Chunky Vegetable Black Bean Soup

I know I have been on quite the soup kick lately.  This Chunky Vegetable Black Bean Soup will probably be my last one for a while.  I just can’t help it.  Soups are very healthy, filling and budget friendly! Also super easy.

Chunky Vegetable Black Bean Soup

This soup is packed with vegetables and the beans add protein, making this a complete meal.  It will definitely keep you full for quite a while.  This also makes a lot, so feel free to freeze some too.

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Warm Mocha Breakfast Quinoa

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by REBBL, but all opinions are my own.  Thanks for supporting the brands that I love.

I think I found my new favorite flavor of REBBL coconut milk elixirs.  The Maca Cold-Brew.  If you are a lover of all things coffee, then you will LOVE it too.  I used it to make this Warm Mocha Breakfast Quinoa.  This is healthy breakfast is a must try!  Eating healthy does not mean you have to sacrifice flavor.

warm mocha breakfast quinoa

Did you indulge over the holidays?  I know I ate and drank my fair share!  That is what December is all about, right?  Well, New Year, New You! January is the perfect time to start over and make health a priority again.  Eating healthy does not mean you need to miss out on great food and drinks!

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Roasted Garlic Hummus Recipe

I love hummus! I could eat it everyday.  Lately, I have been all about roasted garlic, so I decided to create a recipe for you guys! This Roasted Garlic Hummus Recipe is easy and it will make your house smell amazing too!

If you haven’t made your own hummus before, you really need to try.  It’s so easy and also much cheaper to make yourself.  I recently also learned that hummus freezes well.

roasted garlic hummus recipe

This healthy hummus recipe can be made in just a few minutes.  Vegan, gluten free and grain free.  I love eating it with carrots or my homemade wheat thins. Yum!

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Slow Cooker Cabbage Soup

I had some cabbage I needed to use up, so I decided to make this Slow Cooker Cabbage Soup.  It was very easy and came out great!  The best part is it only calls for simple ingredients you probably already have on hand!  This healthy soup is made in the slow cooker so it can cook even when you leave the house!

slow cooker cabbage soup

The other day when I sent Marcus to the store to get some diced tomatoes, he accidentally bought tomato sauce.  This soup was the perfect use for that sauce.  Plus, the house smelled so good when this was cooking!

This soup recipe makes a ton, but it freezes great.  I like to freeze it in serving sized containers so I can just grab and defrost what I need.  If you wanted to bump up the protein in this recipe, I think adding chickpeas or white beans would be good.

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Healthy Turmeric Cauliflower Rice

You have to try this Healthy Turmeric Cauliflower Rice!  Have you heard about the benefits of turmeric? Turmeric is anti-inflammatory, can increase antioxidants, and lowers your risk for heart disease to name a few.

Cauliflower rice can be a great alternative for those trying to eat a low-carb diet.  It’s very low in calories as well. I don’t even really like cauliflower, but I do enjoy cauliflower rice. It’s super easy to make too.  So is this healthy recipe.

healthy turmeric cauliflower rice

This recipe is vegan, gluten free and paleo approved.  You can turn it into a main dish by adding some vegetables and your favorite protein.  I think carrots and peppers would go really well with the flavors.  For protein, I would suggest chickpeas or tofu if you eat soy. It’s very versatile!

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