Liver Friendly Recipes
These oatmeal cookies are full of fruit and cinnamon, and they’re incredibly soft and chewy. They’ll stay that way for an entire week if stored in an airtight container—if they last that long!
With sweetness from dates and maple syrup, these pecan pie cookies are a healthier option so you don’t feel like you’re missing out on the Christmas cookie temptations certain to come your way.
Not just great tasting, a fresh, ripe, juicy peach is also high in antioxidants. The natural sweetness of a ripe peach means excessive sweeteners aren’t necessary. Give this ‘cleaner’ version of a crumble a try!
While you can get frozen rhubarb at anytime, spring is the time to harvest fresh rhubarb from your garden. Try these Rhubarb Walnut Muffins instead of the old strawberry/rhubarb standby.
Those that try to eliminate dairy from their diet find it difficult to stay away from ice cream. This Chocolate Coconut Milk Ice Cream recipe is sure to satisfy that ice cream craving without the dairy.
This thumbprint cookie uses honey as the only sweetener and tender ground almonds to replace much of the butter found in similar cookies. Just a touch of butter mixed with honey in the filling gives it a rich flavor without too much saturated fat.