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Helpful hints, tricks, and recipes to Hack Your Holidays!
Gluten Free & Vegan Quick Bread This recipe is an all time favorite! It is easy and versatile, making it an awesome recipe to keep on hand. I have made this with grated zucchini to pumpkin, or as we are having tonight- sweet potatoes! It also makes a lovely savory bread by omitting all but 1-2 tablespoons of the sugar and adding in savory herbs and spices.
Beet Hummus Holiday parties seem to be about over indulging. Sometimes when you take away something you feel like you’re missing out and then end up overeating. These recipes will walk you through making hummus and adding in more of the good stuff like veggies and supportive herbs and spices. Don’t be scared of the beets! They’re good for the heart and have been shown to improve athletic performance and recovery. They lend a lovely color to make your veggie platter pop! Golden beets and turmeric will give your dip a golden glow and help with inflammation from a little too much celebrating.
Quinoa Kale Salad This hearty side is great for potlucks and restricted diets! The base is simple, just kale and quinoa. Add in some nuts, then add something sweet and colorful like berries or pomegranate arils, and finish with a bright dressing. This is a nice way to use leftover quinoa or another grain. If you have some extra time, massaging the kale and allowing it to rest overnight allows for a more appealing texture.
Pumpkin Pie Bars This recipe may be paleo, but it’s not too far off from the pie grandma used to make! The only big difference in the crust and the swap of unrefined coconut sugar for the classic white sugar. Coconut sugar has a richer flavor, more similar to brown sugar and will add depth to the flavor so you won’t feel like you’re missing out. The crust is a simple blend of almond and coconut flours and ghee. You can use gluten free graham crackers or a commercially made crust too! Whatever best suits your needs.
By adding in some extra veggie and a lot of water you WILL survive this holiday season!