Holidays

Gingerbread Energy Bites‘Tis the season for all things sprinkled with cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves! These no-bake energy bites taste like gingerbread cookies and pumpkin pie had a baby and are great for meal prep and perfect size for lunchboxes.
Pecan Pie Bars (sweetened by coconut sugar)Need a last-minute Thanksgiving dessert? These bars are a lighter version of the classic pecan pie, and are vegan + gluten-free. This version is sweetened by coconut sugar and pure maple syrup, but we also have a version on our website that's sweetened by dates. They're so addicting that you'll have to do your best not to eat them all before Thanksgiving starts.
Apple Pie SmoothieNothing says autumn more than sweet apples and the warm flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves. 🥧 This smoothie comes together in minutes, contains nutritious apples and bananas, whole grain oats, and is naturally sweetened by dates!
Halloween Apple Slice “Donuts”These spiderweb apple slices look just like donuts but pack the nutrient content of an apple… win win for the kiddos! Did you know apples are a great source of vitamin C? (which is why an apple a day keeps the doctor away!)
Chocolate BOOnana PopsReady for a spooktacular Halloween treat? These chocolate bananas are made with just 3 ingredients and transform simple fruits into spooky ghosts and mummy ghosts.
Chocolate Bat PopsWith just 𝓉𝒽𝓇𝑒𝑒 ingredients, this spooky Halloween treat is easy to make and oh so delicious. We used vegan + gluten-free nut-butter stuffed sandwich cookies, and added mini white chocolate chips to our dye-free chocolate gem eyes for extra spooky night vision.
Ghost Pizza BagelsLet’s make an easy FOUR ingredient Halloween lunch together! These mini pizza bagels are great for school lunchboxes and cannot be easier to make.
Yogurt-Frosted Watermelon “Cake”This sweet + refreshing no-bake watermelon "cake" is a fun new take on a summery dessert. Frosted with a a tangy + sweet yogurt topping and covered in berries, this dessert is pleasing to even the pickiest of eaters (aka my toddler son!). We've served this for birthdays, the Fourth of July, and Memorial Day Weekend. Dress it up with any colored sprinkles you want (we use natural dye-free ones) and make it match the theme you want for any occasion!
Maple Smash Cake with Yogurt FrostingInspired by @yummytoddlerfood, we made this patriotic maple cake with yogurt frosting for my son’s first birthday cake smash, but it was so delicious that I now make it for special occasions and holidays. Made with simple clean ingredients, this cake can be made dairy-free (sub in coconut milk yogurt), and always yields a moist, deliciously sweet cake.