No wheat? No problem. Baking without using all-purpose, whole-wheat, or white whole-wheat flour doesn’t have to cramp your baking style. Whether you’re gluten-free or not, these days it’s both fun and (relatively) straightforward to bake muffins, cakes, breads, and cookies with alternative flours. The secret to success? Understanding how these flours operate. Flours may have ...
This recipe appears in the Thrive Market cookbook, Healthy Living Made Easy. Get your copy here, and find the ingredients in this shopping list. [schema description]Spring forward with a breakfast you can prep the night before. Let’s face it, losing an hour of sleep might leave you a little disoriented come morning, so save yourself ...
[schema description]Start your keto morning off right with a lemony short stack. The batter blends gluten-free flours with rich ricotta cheese, lemon, and almond extract for a mellow, citrusy flavor. Make breakfast time even easier by mixing all the dry ingredients together the night before.[/schema]
[schema description]Bust out your butter knives for this winter-ready, gluten-free shortstack. Inspired by holiday gingerbread cake, spices like clove, nutmeg, and ginger give your first meal of the day a delicious seasonal spin. To get a jump start on your morning, whisk the dry ingredients the night before so there’s even less to do by ...
[schema description]If you crave a morning buzz to start your day, pour your cup of joe into pancake batter for the ultimate no-fuss breakfast. In this recipe, coffee replaces buttermilk so you can eat sans lactose, and the gluten-free, Paleo flour mix fuels your short stack with six grams of protein per serving.[/schema]
[schema description]Here’s a great way to start your day! These pancakes are filled with oats, apples, cinnamon, and chocolate protein powder to help keep you fueled until lunch. A homemade fig and date syrup combines two delectable fruits with zippy orange zest and a touch of salt for a delightfully unexpected way to top your ...
[schema description]Dutch baby pancakes (sometimes called German pancakes or Dutch puffs) are a puffy and slightly sweet alternative to classic flapjacks. And they’re so easy to make—just stick the batter in the oven, sprinkle some lemon zest on top, and dust lightly with confectioners’ sugar.[/schema]
Vegan food can sometimes get a bad wrap or be viewed as regular food’s inferior companion—but that’s certainly not the case.
Whether or not you have a nagging sweet tooth, you’ve probably heard a lot of talk about alternative sweeteners lately.
If you’re reading this, it’s too late.
Step inside Thrive HQ first thing in the morning and you’ll definitely hear the ferocious whir of a blender. There’s always a smoothie in the works—usually some combination of fruits, veggies, superfoods, and supplements. One popular go-to for this healthy breakfast club: Garden of Life’s Organic Plant Protein.
It’s there, tucked away in a dark, forgotten corner. Shoved to the back behind cartons of coconut milk, pouches of grass-fed beef jerky, and jars filled with raw macadamia nuts. Once, it was the star of every lazy Saturday morning breakfast. But in a Paleo pantry, where does pancake mix fit in?
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