If you’ve never tried a sweet-and-tart salad dressing, this raspberry vinaigrette is a great place to start! It's slightly sweet from fresh raspberries and honey and a touch tart from the zest and juice of lemons. The vinaigrette is practically destined to drizzle atop a bed of mixed greens, but can be used in many other ways too. Get creative! There are several different uses for salad dressings, like as a dip for raw cut vegetables or to marinate protein before cooking.
In honor of Independence Day, we thought these mini trifles were the perfect little dessert! The Fourth of July is a great time to make fun themed treats and enjoy them with friends, family, and kids. And this dish reps the colors of the flag without unnecessary artificial colors or add-ins. White cake, whipped cream, and blue and red berries are all that’s needed to make a color-coded dessert. And bonus: You can use fresh, local berries in the Pacific Northwest since summer is berry season!
Crumbly, gooey, sweet, and delicious: Who doesn't love a good crisp? The classic dessert is one of our favorites to whip up in a snap thanks to its crumbly topping made with LivBar! A Raspberry Kale Maca LivBar is easily crumbled and incorporated into the crisp alongside almond flour and oat flour. The slight crunch in each bite is just right on top of a sweet-and-tart rhubarb raspberry filling: And the raspberry flavor comes through strong throughout.
We took a fun and healthy spin on the traditional potluck dessert with this Strawberry Pretzel Salad recipe. Crunchy, creamy, and full of comforting flavors, the classic dessert consists of a pretzel crust, cream cheese center, and jello topping. The dairy and gluten free version riffs off these ingredients with gluten free pretzels, dairy free cream cheese and whipped topping, and a berry-based compote.
Smoothies are such a tasty, refreshing way to enjoy a quick, filling snack. They’re also an easy vessel for consuming vitamins and nutrients found in spices, herbs, and produce like dark leafy greens. You can toss pretty much any powder or supplement into smoothie blends. This berry kale smoothie supplies needed nutrients in a hearty blend of frozen berries, kale, maca, and more.
This sweet, tangy, crunchy and hearty salad starts with a foundation of wild rice and kale leaves. Add sliced apples, pomegranate seeds, and a drizzle of honey dijon dressing, then finish it off with a crumble of our Ginger Lemon Turmeric LivBar. The simply refreshing vegetarian and gluten free dish can easily be enjoyed as a side, or made as a main character for lunch.
Whether you have a child with a nut allergy or simply struggling to figure out what to pack for lunches, we are so grateful for companies like SunButter who have created a nut-free butter that is processed in a nut-free facility, making it a safe alternative while still being able to enjoy everything nut butter has to offer.