Nutrition Stripped is your stripped-down guide to an unprocessed lifestyle with no expiration date. Here I share my passion for all things nutrition, wellness, and whole foods recipes. i hope through this blog you will get one step closer by learning the simple ways to nourish your body and live well!
What a more perfect way to start off the month of December than with a healthy sweet treat! These Raw Chocolate Malt Brownie Bites are sure to hit the spot with your sweet tooth, but also keep you on track through the holiday season full of indulgences. Ooey-gooey dates pulsed with finely ground almonds, hazelnuts, cacao powder, chopped chocolate chunks and a secret superfood ingredient to make these malt flavored. These Raw Chocolate Malt Brownie Bites are sure to please everyone this holiday season, I hope you enjoy!
Since we’re in holiday mode around the globe, I’m going to be sharing a lot more sweet treats than I normally would- I hope you all don’t mind that (ha ha). I absolutely love these Raw Chocolate Malt Brownie Bites when I’m craving something sweet after dinner or for a quick snack. The perfect combination of healthy fats and carbohydrates is a hunger killer combo (POW!). These brownie bites don’t have the same texture as a cooked brownie obviously- they’re not warm, but they’re still ooey-gooey and super decedent!
Well friends, I hope you all had a beautiful Thanksgiving! Actually, I still have a couple left this weekend- hey, the more the merrier right? Today I wanted to share possibly the last pumpkin recipe I’m sharing this season (sad I know) as a farewell to November, Pumpkin Spice Granola. This granola is loaded with some of my favorite nuts, seeds, pumpkin spice, and pumpkin puree; it’s the runner-up favorite to my beloved Maple Banana Nut Granola.
This granola is slightly sweet (not as sweet as the Maple Granola Nut) and has a delicious and amazing flavor of pumpkin and pumpkin spice. I’ve been enjoying this granola lately with a little homemade Almond Milk with sliced bananas or blended bananas with almond milk, which creates a super thick and sweet milk. I’ve shared several ways on how to enjoy and use granola on my other granola post, so check back to that one to see!
This past weekend we had an amazing Friendsgiving at our place and I shared this dessert with all of our wonderful friends to try. Little did they know I made this up “on the fly” the morning of and was praying it’d be a hit…it was! Raw Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake is a gluten-free, raw, and vegan dessert that’s super simple to make. It’s incredibly delicious, thick, creamy, and satisfying just like traditional pumpkin pie. It’s perfect for all your guests diet lifestyles and contains loads more healthy fats. This dessert is a great way to end a Thanksgiving meal and I hope you all enjoy as much as I do!
You won’t find a cranberry sauce “in a can” on my holiday table this year (or ever for that matter), and you don’t need to either! Pomegranate Cranberry Sauce is incredibly simple to make, nutritious, and equally affordable to store bought canned cranberry sauce. My cranberry sauce recipe contains orange, orange zest, pomegranate, apples, warming spices, and of course loads of tart cranberries!
Cranberry sauce used to be a side dish that I routinely passed on during the holiday season because I never enjoyed it, even though my mother makes a delicious one. Over the years, I’ve grown to love and adore this side dish not only for the nutrient benefits, but also the sweet and slightly tart flavors. Now I love serving this cranberry sauce alongside all the other delicious veggie sides and entrees for Thanksgiving, dolloping on top of BanaNO Cream, spreading it on my Nourishing Nut & Seed Bread or simply as is!