AQ Wellness
spreading the health

Updates

Posts tagged gluten free vegan
Vegan, Gluten Free, Nut Free Energy Bars

Good quality energy bars are a great grab-and-go snack when you’re on the go!  Unfortunately for me, they’re usually laden with nuts, gluten and even soy if you check out the ingredients.  But luckily, these energy bars aren’t too difficult to make!  

Read More
The Easiest, Healthiest Jam You'll Ever Find

How do chia seeds pack so much nutrition in such a small little seed!  Thank god I am not allergic to this magical superfood!  They’re loaded in omega 3 fatty acids, fiber, antioxidants, and minerals such as calcium, phosphorous, magnesium and manganese, not to mention they’re packed with protein.

Read More
Gluten Free, Nut Free, Vegan Pancakes!

I’ve been craving pancakes.  Like really craving them (which is probably some bad sign of something somewhere). And really most gluten free recipes call for eggs and buttermilk and vegan recipes always call for nuts!  Such is my dilemma these days eating allergy free!

Read More
Easter Posole

Easter Sunday just snuck right up on us!  I could have sworn it was still January!  But when Easter is here, it means it’s spring so I couldn’t be more excited to see all of the exclusively spring veggies at the farmers market (green garlic, english peas, spring onions to name a few!)  

Read More
Spring Asparagus Salad with Hearts of Palm and Cherry Tomatoes

Spring is here!  That means it’s time for some spring salads!  This recipe makes a refreshing and flavorful spring asparagus salad!  This dressing is so versatile, you can adjust it to your taste and you can add any fresh herbs like basil!  Take this salad on a nice spring picnic in the park! 

Read More
Chocolate Covered Goji Berries

The one chocolate covered goji berry brand offered at my local Whole Foods and other smaller local grocery stores all contain soy lecithin. Unfortunately for me, I can’t eat these due to my food allergy.  So, next best option: make your own!

Read More
Super Bowl Brownies

It’s especially difficult to go to social gatherings when you have food allergies.  I definitely try my best to not be a hassle and have everyone go out of their way for me!  I always bring something that I can eat and I find it even better when I bring more than enough for everyone and the “allergen eaters” help themselves to seconds!

Read More