Naughty, nice and everything in between! Stuck for last minute dishes to bring to the Christmas party or for the family celebrations?
We’ve compiled a list of our most loved FMTV dishes by our favorite health food bloggers - perfect additions to any holiday festivities!
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Ginger Cookies and Chai Ice Cream.....they're delicious on their own, but even more powerful together. The perfect naughty but nice treat to add to Christmas dinner.
Join Laura Miller & Guy Turland as they show you how to make a raw Coconut Chili Slice (or "cake" if you don't speak Australian). This raw vegan slice is so delicious it may become a holiday staple.
Forget the sugary sodas this year and try our super simple gut-healing soda! The secret ingredient: apple cider vinegar is full of beneficial acids which are believed to help improve the makeup of your intestinal flora and offer antibacterial, antimicrobial and antifungal properties. Perfect for recovering your gut health during and post-Christmas dining.
Have you ever seen an acorn squash in the grocery store and wondered, 'What would I do with that?'. This stuffed acorn vegan dish by Laura Miller is simple as it is delicious! The perfect side dish for your vegetarian or vegan friends.
This easy, delicious dish will quickly become a family favorite; you don’t even have to tell them it’s healthy. Use it as a side dish for just about anything, or even serve it up as the main event. Elizabeth also shows you how to make perfectly cooked, great tasting quinoa every time. It's the perfect pasta replacement for gluten-conscious eaters.
This beautiful raw, vegan cheesecake is appropriate for all kinds of gatherings! (Including your Christmas feast).
Love noodles? Then this one’s for you. Kids and parents alike love this super tasty dish using spaghetti squash as an alternative to traditional pasta. The cashew pesto makes a wonderful sauce that adds a great cheesy, nutty flavor. This dish will quickly become a permanent addition to your family’s recipe rotation. No one has to know that it’s both gluten-free and dairy-free.