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  • Eating Restaurant Be Well Dec 14

    Food App: Eat at Sustainable Restaurants with Edible Credits

    A new crowdfunded program makes it easy to invest in small, sustainable startup restaurants and artisanal food businesses.

  • Date-Sweetened Pumpkin Tartlets Dec 14

    Date-Sweetened Pumpkin Tartlets

    Naturally sweet pumpkin and dates provide ample sweetness without added sugar. For an even sweeter flavor, roast and puree a whole pumpkin or kabocha squash instead of using canned pumpkin.

  • Dairy-Free Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies Dec 14

    Dairy-Free Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies

    Plentiful dark-chocolate chunks and vegetable oil make these chewy cookies rich and satisfying. No milk chocolate or butter necessary.

  • Gluten-Free Cranberry Upside-Down Cake Dec 14

    Gluten-Free Cranberry Upside-Down Cake

    In this luscious dessert, tangy cranberries are encased in just enough buttery cake, and a blend of spices and orange zest adds exciting flavor.

  • vegan maple-pecan pie dec 14

    Vegan Maple Pecan Pie

    Cashew cream combined with a hint of apple and cinnamon creates a luscious filling perfect for the holidays. A maple-pecan topping adds a sweet crunch.

  • How to Bake Healthy Holiday Treats Dec 14

    How to Bake Healthy Holiday Treats

    Sharing desserts with family and friends is a cherished holiday ritual.
    But these days, more and more people are avoiding ingredients that have always ruled baking recipes, such as wheat flour, butter, eggs, and refined sugar. Fortunately, seasonal treats can be just as sweet without them. Skeptical? Our easy tricks and recipes will make you a believer.

  • 4 Everyday Recipes to Add Oats to Your Diet Dec 14

    4 (Unconventional) Ways to Add Oats to Your Daily Diet

    Oats are quickly becoming the healthy cook’s anytime ingredient. Try these non-breakfast recipes to get you started.

  • spicy hot chai and kale, apple, root vegetables

    Spicy Hot Chai

    The ultimate soul-drink, warm and creamy chai is good in moderation for all the doshas in winter. It combines the sweetness of dairy with pungent spices and the bitter flavor of black tea. If you avoid caffeine, try replacing the black tea with rooibos.

  • Whipped Potatoes

    Whipped Potatoes

    A classic holiday dish gets new flavor from the nutty richness of ghee, or clarified butter, an Ayurvedic staple.