Posts Tagged: ‘Healthy’
Posted on September 26, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
Traditional zucchini bread has always seemed unnaturally high in oil to me, so early on, I worked to make a light, airy and not oily zucchini bread that I could enjoy without the guilt. I use fruit and sour cream (non-dairy) to compensate for the reduced fat and sugar, and the results are fantastic: moist, fluffy and crunchy on the top (my son’s favorite part!). I like to make this bread as mini-loaves or muffins so I can share the love with friends. They’ll want more, I promise!
Posted on June 29, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
Summer means pie. But if you’re one of those folks who shudders at the thought of making a gluten-free pie crust, I have great news for you: the latest “fashion” in pies is the “Rustic Crust,” which simply means that even for fruit pies, only one crust is necessary. No need to worry about rolling and transferring a top crust, which is what usually gives people the trouble. The end result is a home-style pie with a gorgeous free-formed crust that’s light and flaky, and totally un-fussy!
Posted on May 25, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
Light, not too sweet or sugary at all. Moist and perfect as-is, but oh my! With some summer berries, this could be even more divine. Oh, and it’s got some great dietary fiber, protein, minerals and B-vitamins too! I could be convinced to eat this for breakfast. Really.
Posted on October 25, 2010 - by Jules Shepard
Tweet Chips made from kale and sweet potatoes … without oil and fat … that taste really good? Jules talks with Rhythm Superfoods about their great new snacks!