It’s certainly easy to make a great-tasting juice with gobs of sweet fruit, but let’s face it, sugar is sugar is sugar. Thankfully, there are delicious options that can both satisfy your taste buds and remain low-to-no sugar. You just need to know a few tricks.
Making your own bread from scratch is fun and extremely satisfying. There’s nothing quite like the smell of freshly baked bread or the sense of achievement you get from creating your own food.
I could have written about how a roast chicken is an easy win, and an economical way to practice “real food cooking.” But I think it’s better to use it as an example for just how deeply nourishing real food can be.
Rather than blocking your nose, closing your eyes, and drinking a glass of slimy sludge that looks and tastes like swamp water, use this fool-proof formula that will help you create savory smoothies that look and taste amazing.
This quick BBQ sauce includes whole food ingredients and half the sugar of the regular stuff…and doesn’t require any ketchup. You can ramp up the sweetness or the spiciness according to your tastes.
This is a beautiful flavor combination. A splash of vanilla really makes this almond butter sing – adding that home-baked taste and sweetness, without sugar. So, so good….and healthy, too!
Whole wheat pizza dough is a great way to introduce kids to cooking, while creating a healthier version of a family staple. It’s a tactile and sensory experience that gets their bodies moving. Plus, it strengthens skills in math, science, and literacy.
Worcestershire sauce is a pantry staple that is most often loaded with sugar or high-fructose corn syrup. Making your own is incredibly easy and it can be stored in the fridge for up to six months.