Valentine’s Day is a big deal for candy lovers. And these chocolate covered LivBar valentines are a perfect way to celebrate sweet treats and love. While it’s easy enough to grab a package of processed Valentine’s candies like heart-shaped chocolate, we’d encourage you to make something homemade instead. That’s why these chocolate covered LivBar valentines are so quick and easy to make for the family and kids.
Stuffed with different flavors and textures, these sweet and savory dates are perfect for holiday appetizers! They’re quick and easy to put together and can be customized to meet your preferences. Large medjool dates are split open and stuffed with your favorite vegan cream cheese. Then, they’re topped with crumbled LivBar and a drizzle of honey. If you eat dairy, try them with goat cheese! And for a little extra spice, go for hot honey. Read Full Post Here
Apple pie meets oatmeal in this baked version of the two treats. This baked oatmeal is seasoned with apple pie spice and has grated apples in each bite. Kids and adults alike will love this simple dish: It’s sweet, spiced, moist, and delicious! Enjoy this baked apple pie oatmeal for breakfast, as a snack, or even dessert. It’s a simple mixture of oats and apples, plus maple syrup, nut butter, and dairy free milk. Read Full Post Here
These caramel apple nachos are just right for a Halloween treat. It’s a quick and easy party appetizer or snack for kids or adults! And you can easily top them with whatever sounds good to you: Pick your favorite sweet toppings and get creative with the tasty mess of apple slices. Read Full Post Here
Banana sushi is a great snack to get the kids involved in and get them excited about eating healthy foods. It’s simply ripe bananas, spread with your favorite nut or seed butter, and rolled in crumbled LivBar. Then, the bananas are frozen before being sliced and enjoyed like sushi. This snack is easy and customizable— just grab your LivBar and seed butter of choice for a protein-packed treat! Read Full Post Here
Rather than heading to a grocery store bakery, it might be a good idea to bake your own homemade goods. That means kicking that loaf of packaged zucchini bread to the curb — You know, that one with refined sugar listed as the main ingredient, followed by a laundry list of other unpronounceables? Instead, LivBar encourages you to aim for healthy home cooking. And we can help get you there thanks to this Lemon Turmeric Zucchini Bread! Read Full Post Here