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Roasted Chickpeas Recipe

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  Make this roasted chickpeas recipe for a healthy snack for you and your little ones. It only takes few minute to prepare, even a 6-year old can do it by himself! In the video, my son Zayd and I show how to make the roasted chickpea recipe from my book, The Detox Way, Everyday… Read More

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Date Bars Recipe

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Date bars are super easy to make, contain no added or artificial sugars, a healthy snack for kids and grown ups, and can be adjusted to contain high quality proteins and healthy fats. In this video, my son and I show you how we make date bars. There are several ways you can modify this… Read More

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Black Bean Egg Bake Recipe

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Looking for a quick breakfast? This egg recipe is very easy to make and so satisfying to eat. It makes a great breakfast, brunch, or lunch. We made it for the first during Ramadan, and it was perfect for Suhur time when we don't want to stir-up a mess in the kitchen at 3:30 am… Read More

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Coconut Chocolate Chip Muffins Recipe

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In this post, I share a delicious coconut-based chocolate choc-chips muffins recipe. It's grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-free. Plus, why use coconut flour and tips for baking with it. Coconut flour is lower in carbohydrates than wheat and other grain flours, which helps balance blood sugar and improve satiety Coconut flour is higher in fiber… Read More

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Homemade Jello Recipe (Orange Strawberry Flavor) thumbnail

Today's post is a homemade jello recipe. Last time, I talked about the health benefits of collagen and gelatin and what you're missing on if you don't include gelatin in your diet. This recipe will show you easy it is to incorporate gelatin and make healthy treats. Growing up, I liked jello. I like the… Read More

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Gluten-Free Low FODMAP Banana Muffins thumbnail

These banana muffins were part of my experiments with gluten-free and low-FODMAP baking. I was surprised, it was my first time baking gluten-free and they were so yummy! Use frozen bananas since they will be very ripe and sweet, and you won't need to use as much sugar or any type of sweetener. All ingredients… Read More

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Nut and Cranberry Gluten-Free Granola Bars thumbnail

Two weeks ago, I tried a low FODMAPs diet. I've been having some GI issues and wanted to see what following the diet is like and if I'll find relief (and I did!). While I can't feel each client's exact physical pain, trying the diets I recommend helps me understand the daily challenges someone on… Read More

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Hearts of Palm and Olive Dip

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For dip enthusiasts who need a change from salsa or hummus, this hearts of palm dip is a must try. The addition of olives gives it a tangy tapenade feel--I actually debated whether I should call it a dip or tapenade. What's in a name anyways? I didn't want a baked cheesy greasy dip, I… Read More

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RecipeReDux: Arabic Lentils with Eggplants–Habbet Rummaneh thumbnail

It's this time of month again. It's the Recipe ReDux challenge... November's theme is: "Vintage Side Dishes"- Share the story of your favorite family side - or a tale about how you ReDuxed a recipe from an old cookbook or recipe card. Be it from the era of your great-grandmother, or your mom's kitchen experiments… Read More

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Green Fruit Smoothie

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I made this fruit smoothie with my son few days ago, and we both enjoying sipping it on a sunny afternoon. He just loves pouring and measuring, so after chopping the fruit, I let him measure the amount and dump it in the blender. The smoothie was a little sour because we used plain yogurt… Read More

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