Recipesbreakfast View All How to Make Steel Cut Oats Healthy (and delicious!) Breakfast Oatmeal Cookie Gluten Free Buckwheat Waffle Recipe Lunch View All Brown Rice & Black Bean Salad with Avocado & Cilantro Chopped Chickpea Rainbow Salad The best kale salad for kale newbies (or for a crowd!) Dinner View All Baked Halibut with Bread Crumbs and Italian Seasoning Cauliflower and Lentil Tacos Better Than Martha Stewart Cornbread Recipe Snacks View All Fig Jam Cookies (gluten free + dairy free!) S’More Coffee Plz Energy Bites How to build a charcuterie board + Tips to host an affordable wine & cheese night Dessert View All Healthy (and delicious!) Breakfast Oatmeal Cookie One of my all-time favorite recipes: Pumpkin Gingerbread Gluten-Free Chewy Ginger Molasses Cookies Gluten-Free View All How to Make Steel Cut Oats Pre-Run Snack: Tahini Stuffed Dates Healthy (and delicious!) Breakfast Oatmeal Cookie Elyse at This is Elyse Sears. I met you at church a few weeks ago. Again–I love your blog! I’m excited to try all of the recipes. I tried the kale chips and was amazed by how good they were. I’ve never tried nutritional yeast, but my palate is broadening it’s horizons. Have you ever had taboule? I had never heard of it, but it was so good. They are many versions, but I liked the one with barley. You might want to check it out: http://www.grouprecipes.com/57922/barley-tabouli.html. I made a few alterations to ours. I look forward to talking to you again! [email protected] Inc. at This whole list of recipes look awesome! Time to run to the store 😀 Christine Whittington at Love this! This is the third breakfast cookie in 3 days for me and the best yet. I have to tinker, so I used a whole egg, 1 T chocolate nibs instead of chips (no sugar but great dark chocolate flavor and crunch), and added 1 T of PB2 powder. If you put the 1 T. peanut butter on top and nuke it for a second or two, it melts very nicely. Suzanne Holt at I LOVE brownies, and with someone who can’t eat gluten in our house, it’s not always easy to find good recipes. We’ll have to try this! Kristi Maier at Love this idea. I recently created and uploaded my power truffles recipe using cocoa almond butter to MyFitness Pal because they turned out so great. I love the spicy element idea. Will have to try that! Kristi_WV at Hi, Teri! I wanted a light meal for dinner so I tried this recipe (I couldn’t wait until morning). It was delicious! The mix of melted peanut butter and chocolate chips were yummy! I love your blog and look forward to trying more recipes. BTW, my beloved goldendoodle is named Maizy 🙂 Teri [a foodie stays fit] at I’m so glad you enjoyed it Kristi! Now I’m craving one. 😉awww, I’ve never met another dog named Maizey/Maizy! I’ve met two humans with the same name though. ha! 😀 Patty at I know you posted this a long time ago, but I just wanted to let you know I love this stuff! I multiply the spices times 10 and keep them in a little jar all their own so that I can take a few seconds off the process in the morning. Teri [a foodie stays fit] at oh yay! so glad you like it!