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Chocolate Covered LivBar Valentines

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.

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Turmeric Popcorn With LivBar Bites

If you’ve never popped your own popcorn on the stove, what are you waiting for?! The light snack is a go-to for many healthy eaters and is so easy to prepare at home. Popcorn can be customized with whatever flavors you want: You can season it with sweet, salty, and savory flavors. While it’s traditionally slathered in butter and salt, this recipe relies on coconut oil, salt, and turmeric for an overall subtly sweet and salty flavor. Read Full Post Here

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Vegan Banana Pudding Cups

Did you know that November is National Banana Pudding Lovers Month? It's okay, we didn't either until recently, but we thought we would celebrate by creating our own version of classic banana pudding! These vegan banana pudding cups are so easy to put together, can easily be doubled if hosting for a crowd, and are most definitely kid-friendly. Read Full Post Here

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Homemade Halloween Candy for Kids

We know that Halloween is a time to indulge in those classic candies, but this year we thought it would be fun to get kids involved in making homemade Halloween candy to have at the house! Since Halloween is going to look a little different this year with trick or treating up in the air, this is a great way to do something fun with kids at home. Read Full Post Here

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Build Your Own Gluten Free Toast

Everyone loves toast, right? It's easy to make and is customizable so everyone can have exactly what they want. This is a simple go-to that is great for hosting brunch or simply switching things up at home for breakfast with the family. Making something as simple as toast is a great way to get kids involved with prepping food and educating them on whole food ingredients. Read Full Post Here

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