Dr. Mark Hyman loves to kick up his morning coffee, and this creamy and frothy 5-minute recipe couldn’t be easier. The idea comes straight from his latest cookbook, “FOOD: What the Heck Should I Cook?” and combines healthy fats with medium-chain triglycerides for a nutritional boost to your morning cup. Cashew-Butter Coffee Yield: 1 serving ...
[schema description]Start your morning with a batch of tender Paleo muffins made with a gluten-free flour mix, rich cacao, toasted walnuts, and a splash of cold brew to get you buzzing. Tip: Freeze some for later so you’ll always have an easy grab-and-go breakfast on hand. [/schema]
[schema description]After the kids go to bed, spike your hot chocolate with some adult-approved ingredients. Start with red wine (‘nuff said), then whisk in a cacao powder made with cinnamon, cardamom, and superfood fungi. Each packet delivers 500 mg of dual-extracted, log-grown red Reishi mushrooms per serving, so you can enjoy a relaxing night. Cheers![/schema]
[schema description]Chocolate lava cake is a staple at fine dining establishments, and for good reason: it’s totally decadent. It’s also remarkably easy to adapt for Paleo tastes, since the original recipe doesn’t call for much flour. Here, almond flour gives the cake just enough structure while keeping the center molten.[/schema]
[schema description]Paleo granola: No, that’s not an oxymoron. To make the sweet, crunchy breakfast favorite grain-free, swap out the oats for a mixture of coconut, nuts, and seeds. Here, we’ve added cacao powder and nibs for a healthy morning treat chocoholics will love. [/schema]
For most who have ever sprinkled maca into a blender, the Junín Valley might as well be in outer space. But at the end of a treacherous, winding road 14,000 feet high up in the Andes, there’s this place, where maca survives harsh conditions.
A warm, gooey brownie topped with silky vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of hot fudge. Ugh, it’s so tempting you can barely stand it. And all that goodness begins with the bitter cacao bean, the powerful and potent South American plant that chocolate gets its name from. It’s eventually turned into cacao powder—but that’s ...
[schema description]Could roasted dandelion root tea actually mimic the flavor of coffee? With the addition of antioxidant-packed cacao nibs, yes! This caffeine-free latte not only helps detoxify your body, but also help you kick your Starbucks habit.[/schema]
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