This roasted squash and arugula greek salad is made with maple chili roasted winter squash, peppery arugula and is loaded up with fresh herbs, kalamata olives, red onion and feta cheese. So much flavor and veggies make this a winning flavor bomb of a salad!
Alright! I think it’s about time for a new blog post, don’t you?! This is a recipe I made a while ago, but haven’t had the time to polish and share. But here it is! Finally ready! And I’m so excited for you guys to try it because it’s so BOMB! Turns out that roasting squash + and loading it up with arugula all the fixings of a greek salad is a really really really good idea 😉
These chocolate coconut almond bliss balls are a crazy easy paleo friendly and vegan dessert made using only the yummiest + cleanest ingredients – chocolate, coconut, maple syrup and coconut oil are combined to make this decadent yet healthy treat!
I’m fairly sure I know exactly what you’re thinking – do we really need one more treat recipe? I’m going to go ahead and say that yes, when it’s a recipe for these chocolate coconut almond bliss balls, the answer is most definitely yes.
Because this is not your ordinary treat recipe. These little bliss balls are:
A) Dairy free
B) Naturally sweetened
C) Made with only 6 ingredients, two of which are vanilla extract and sea salt
D) Waaaaay easier to make than they seem (read: option to appear fancy AF at your next gathering without doing anything more difficult than making the easiest cookie recipe)
BOOM. So much more to offer than your ordinary truffle.
Before this recipe I didn’t even know it was possible to have paleo scones that tasted this good! Holy moly guys. They are something really special, and I’m so so excited to share the goodness of these paleo maple pecan scones with you!
Back a few years ago before I gave up gluten and made such a major lifestyle change, a maple pecan scone bakery shop score was life to me. They represent all the best things about a coffee date treat –> Tender, a little flaky, slightly crisp on the edges and brimming with nutty pecan maple flavor. YAAAS. Tell me you feel the same.
But then I gave up gluten (and waved farewell to my maple pecan loving scone days), because:
Health > Treats.
But what if I told you that you could have BOTH?! Yep.I think I’ve cracked the code. Health AND treats.
Specifically these deeee-licious paleo maple pecan scones. Because after 3 (maybe 4?) batches they are so ready for your grain free coffee dates + holiday gatherings.