Spinach-Artichoke Egg Salad Wrap

Spinach-Artichoke Egg Salad Wrap

Spinach-Artichoke Egg Salad Wrap by Skinny Ninja Mom This is all about indulging in party food. Who hasn’t gone to a party, seen the spinach-artichoke dip, lost a sense of where they were, and eaten half the bowl in 15 minutes? OK, or just really, 

Juicy Avocado-Salsa-Stuffed Organic Turkey Burgers

Juicy Avocado-Salsa-Stuffed Organic Turkey Burgers

  The very best way to cook these juicy, tasty burgers is in a hot pan with a little coconut or extra virgin olive oil. Grilling them is also a good option. You want them to cook evenly and have a nice “bite” to the 

Apricot Cream Balls

Apricot Cream Balls

  These are definitely best frozen! They never freeze all the way, but take on a sort of hard ice cream texture … the perfect way to indulge after a healthy meal. And even though they’re so decadent they could be dessert, these balls are 

Apple Avocado Grilled Cheese

Apple Avocado Grilled Cheese

  Butter is pretty hard to compete with, taste-wise, in just about every recipe, especially in baked goods and as a spread on toast. Coconut oil, however, is a worthy competitor. Spread onto the bread in this grilled cheese sandwich, coconut oil browns nicely and 

No-Bake Peanut Buttery Flax Bars

No-Bake Peanut Buttery Flax Bars

  Kids will love helping you make – and eat! – these tasty little bars. You can make them as thin or thick as you like. And if “square” is a little too boring for you, try using cookie cutters to make them into fun 

Coconut Cake Oatmeal Squares

Coconut Cake Oatmeal Squares

  I’m always looking for ways to take sugar out of recipes. Dried fruits like dates and raisins are sweet whole foods that offer vitamins, minerals, and proteins – all of which are stripped from processed sugars. Coconut palm sugar is the dried nectar of 

Sun-Power Bites

Sun-Power Bites

Sunflower seeds have long been known as a healthy snack – good for quick, sustainable energy. They’ve been popular in granola and as a salad topping, and even raw, where you have to bite into the hull and spit it out to enjoy the sunflower 

Sea Salt and Black Pepper Parsnip Chips

Sea Salt and Black Pepper Parsnip Chips

      Ever since I discovered sweet potato chips a few years ago, I’ve been experimenting with different roots to make chips. There’s the sunchoke chip, the beet chip, the carrot chip, and the turnip chip. I like parsnips because they’re easily available and 

shrimp fried rice

Shrimp Fried “Rice” I got the idea for “rice” made from cauliflower from Well Fed- my favorite new cookbook as of late. I was skeptical, as I’m sure most of you are, but after a short whirl in the food processor and a little stir 

Java Almond Butter

I tried my hand at macadamia nut butter last week. Don’t get me wrong, I polished it off in 2 days flat. But I came crawling back to the almond butter this week and the addiction is stronger than ever thanks to a tasty little